Local bowling center idle for several years
As the area welcomes the fall season, local real estate office Jenni Cully and Associates is sharing a welcome of its own in the form of new agent, Mary Pearce.
The Stockton Area Chamber of Commerce has final plans laid out and will host its annual Halloween in the Park event 6-8 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 31, in Stockton City Park.
Eric Prentice, center, manager of Simple Simon’s Pizza of Stockton, serves the Cedar County Republican staff during lunch Thursday, Sept. 19. From left are Miles Brite, Stephen Buus, Prentice, Becky Jones and Melanie Chance. Look for the CCR staff to be out and about again sometime soon.
Sen. Sandy Crawford, R-Buffalo, and Rep. Warren Love, R-Osceola, were named 2019 Business Champions Wednesday, Sept. 11, by the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The designation recognizes state lawmakers who supported policies during the 2019 legislative session to grow the economy…
After about 15 years away from where she was born and raised, Emily (Thomas) Edwards is back home and starting to settle into her new job as a sales associate for J-S Realty, 500 South Street, Stockton.
Mary Ritter, acquisition manager for Phillips Media Group, left, finalizes a subscription sale to the Cedar County Republican to Julio Sandoval of Agapé Boarding School. Ritter sought new customers for the newspaper Wednesday, Sept. 4, at Woods Supermarket, Stockton.
In the spirit of hometown support and kicking off the weekend of National Tailgating Day, administrators and staff from Simmons Bank, Stockton, treated local Tiger football supporters and game-goers to drinks, chips, hot dogs and complimentary merchandise the evening of Friday, Sept. 6, befo…
With live music from Portia Corner and Friends, children’s entertainment featuring magic performances from Ron Alumbaugh, aka, The Great Ronaldo,” a catered barbecue meal by Hillbilly Express Smoked Meats and Catering and free ice cream from Hammons Emporium, Mid-Missouri Bank hosted its ann…
In an educational partnership with Missouri State University, Hammons Products Company played host to a group of international students on Friday, Aug. 23.
Bland-Brumback Funeral Home, Stockton, and Bland-Hackleman Funeral Home, El Dorado Springs, have graciously invested back into the community in order to promote the saving of lives.
Mid-Missouri Bank and Mid-Missouri Insurance Agency will host a community appreciation event celebrating Stockton from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 22, in the northeast portion of Stockton Square. Admission is free.
With a full agenda at hand and a busy summer ahead, the Stockton Area Chamber of Commerce hosted a well-attended July meeting at the Cedar County Library, Stockton.
Dr. Kristin Robidou is a physician specializing in family medicine and obstetrics and will join Dennis Boeke, D.O., Steven Butcher, D.O., D.J. Edwards, PA-C, and James Patton, PA-C, Thursday, Aug. 1, at Stockton Family Medical Center, 1521 S. Third St.
Cedar County Memorial Hospital is pleased to welcome general surgeon Leslie Landau, D.O. to our medical staff. Dr. Landau is now accepting appointments and will begin seeing patients Thursday, July 25. For an appointment please call (417) 876-3154.
The Stockton-Area Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a ribbon-cutting for local real estate company Stockton Lake Properties, LLC, 1 p.m., Friday, July 5, at 710 South St. — a property recently renovated and repurposed as a showcase property for the local realty company.
Stockton area realtor Ashley Buress recently took another step forward in her professional career by means of obtaining her real estate broker’s license as of last week.
Notice is hereby given that the Board of Directors of Cedar County Memorial Hospital will conduct a meeting at 11:30 a.m. on June 24, 2019, in the classroom at Cedar County Memorial Hospital, 1401 S. Park St. in El Dorado Springs, MO.
The Cedar County Democratic Committee will meet at 6 p.m. Thursday, June 6, at the Moore-Few Community room, 900 S. Ash, Nevada. They will join the Vernon County Democrats for a meet-and-greet with Elad Gross, Democratic candidate for state attorney general.
As the first business-to-business food challenge continues to heat up in tandem with the spring weather, this week’s business-to-business food challenge participant is Mppressions Salon, Stockton.
Chad Whitesell and Nathan Murry were sworn in as members of the El Dorado Springs R-II board of education during the board’s Thursday, April 11, meeting in the high school library.
A detailed presentation from top hospital officials outlining the purpose behind a property tax increase to benefit Cedar County Memorial Hospital and the county’s health services earned the support of the county’s Presiding Commissioner, Marlon Collins.
Recently licensed by the state of Missouri, Keri Barnes’ educational venture, Busy Bee Learning Academy, offers care to children from ages six weeks to 13 years old in Stockton.