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What was that loud boom?
A loud boom noise that reportedly rattled local homes and buildings at around 3:40 p.m. Friday, Sept. 10, created a puzzling question in the community: “What was that?” Immediately …
Stockton aldermen address concern about possible police department
The Stockton Board of Aldermen addressed a citizen’s concern regarding the city’s current exploration of a possible police department and granted a request from Stockton R-I …
Stockton teen injured in wreck
A 16-year-old Stockton boy was injured in a single-vehicle wreck in Cedar County on Monday, Sept. 6. According to a Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report, the juvenile — who is not …
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Sept. Baker and Taylor books

The following books from the Baker and Taylor lease program will be arriving at the Stockton Branch of the Cedar County Library throughout the month September. •“The Christmas Wedding …

City recycling center winter hours start Oct. 1

Stockton City Recycling Center is open Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, closed Federal holidays and during bad weather. Winter hours go into effect Friday, Oct. 1.  Winter hours: October …

Parson condemns Biden administration's vaccine mandate

Governor Mike Parson announced on Friday, Sept. 10, that his administration will reject the Biden administration's attempt to enforce a federal vaccine mandate for Missourians and private …

Debra Jo Turner

Debra Jo Turner was born March 6, 1953, in Lisbon, North Dakota, to William and Lila Jean House. She passed away Saturday, Sept. 4, in Lake Stockton Health Care.  She retired from Universal …

Howard Lee Coambes

Howard was born February 11, 1944, in Fort Scott, Kansas, to Joe and Naomi Coambes, and passed away July 16, 2021.  Howard worked for the USDA-HRCS from 1966 until he retired in 2003. He …
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