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Cedar County First-Responders and the Stockton Volunteer Fire Department spent the evening of Wednesday, June 19, participating in a joint training endeavor as part of the Cedar County area’s mutual-aid practice wherein different emergency departments utilize one another’s equipment, personn…

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The El Dorado Springs R-II school board wrapped up the 2019 fiscal year and began 2020 by approving budgets for both years during a special meeting Monday, June 24, in the high school library.

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Beginning Monday, July 1, deer hunters can apply online through the Missouri Department of Conservation’s website for a shot at more than 100 managed deer hunts throughout the state for archery, muzzle-loading, and modern firearms from mid-September through mid-January at conservation areas,…

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The city of El Dorado Springs, along with area businesses and sponsors, present a new tradition. The first Friday Night at the Ballpark is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Friday, June 28, at the city ballparks on the west of Fields Boulevard in El Dorado Springs.

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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.

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Cedar County Extension will host the next workshop for painted barn quilts from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. June 29, at the First Christian Church in El Dorado Springs, 300 S. Main.

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Stockton Assembly of God is providing free meals for children ages 3-18 as part of a program called Nourish to Flourish. The meals will be served Wednesday nights from 6-7 p.m. at the church at 1505 E. Third St. There are no income requirements to eligible to receive a meal, only the age lim…

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The Union Hall 4-H club met Wednesday, June 12, at the Land-O-Lakes fairgrounds. The meeting was called to order by president Avery Schiereck. Pledges were led by Kameron Parish. There was no roll call or secretary’s report. Vice-president Reese Schiereck gave the treasurer’s report.

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The El Dorado Christian School celebrated kindergarten and eighth grade graduation Tuesday, May 14. ECS principal Kelly Bryson welcomed everyone and opened the ceremony with prayer. 

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The Cedar County Republican is happy to help local groups publicize their upcoming events and announcements. Please send your submissions to news@cedarrepublican.com. The deadline for consideration is noon Monday for the Wednesday edition.

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The Shady Hill Club met Wednesday, June 12, at Carolyn Mershon's home. We enjoyed a delicious lunch of baked chicken thighs, macaroni and cheese, pasta salad with bacon and ham, corn, green beans and several other yummy dishes. We also had deserts like cake, cookies and pies, homemade by Dix…

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The Cedar County Missionary Baptist Fifth Sunday meeting will be Friday-Sunday, June 28-30, at the Stockton Missionary Baptist Church, 200 South St.

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St. Andrew Lutheran Church will have a lakeside worship service at 9:30 a.m. Sunday, June 23, at the Stockton Lake North Shelter picnic area off of Mo. 215. A fish fry and potluck dinner will be served at 11 a.m. Those attending should bring a covered dish, drinks and table service. Casual d…

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Additional volunteers are needed for parking assistance and various other duties during the 50 Summers on Stockton Lake festival July 5-6. A schedule showing times and activities where volunteers are needed is posted at Woody's Fast Stop, Stockton. If you are interested in helping out, conta…

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Stockton Christian Church is excited to invite the community to Vacation Bible School. The theme is Egyptian Expedition, looking into the amazing life of Joseph. VBS is for children going into preschool through sixth grade. Hours are 6-8 p.m. Sunday-Wednesday, June 23-26, at 703 West St., Stockton.

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El Dorado Springs and Cedar County Crime Stoppers, combined with citizen donations, is offering $2,500 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the assault against Stockton resident Kevin Costello.

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The El Dorado Springs Chamber of Commerce held a busy and informative monthly luncheon Thursday, June 13, at the chamber office located at the intersection of US 54 and Mo. 32.

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One of Cedar County’s major annual events gets underway as the 2019 Cedar County Youth Fair opens today, Wednesday, June 19, at the Ray H. Zumwalt Expo Center off RB Road in Stockton.

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The city if El Dorado Springs, along with area businesses and sponsors, present a new tradition. The first Friday Night at the Ballpark is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Friday, June 28, at the city ballparks on the west of Fields Boulevard in El Dorado Springs.

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More weeds are invading our pastures and reducing available acres for cattle to graze. This can lead to reduced pasture utilization and reduced profit potential of the cattle operation. “Reducing weeds in pastures increases grazable acres for cattle which should improve pasture utilization a…

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Ty Davis of El Dorado Springs was named Player of the Year as the Ozark Mountain Conference released its initial all-conference baseball team.

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The Stockton Busy Bee Club met Tuesday, May 28. We were treated to more slides of flowering plants in our area. Many plants attracting bees are flowering now. Swarms and after-swarms also were discussed.

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Marilyn Dresch of the El Dorado Springs Twilight Gardener’s Garden Club presented first and second place awards to the 2019 Smokey Bear/Woodsey Owl poster winners. 

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Stockton Christian Church is excited to invite the community to Vacation Bible School. The theme is Egyptian Expedition, looking into the amazing life of Joseph. VBS is for children going into preschool through sixth grade. Hours are 6-8 p.m. Sunday-Wednesday, June 23-26, at 703 West St., Stockton.

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Stockton TOPS and KOPS members share a smiling moment during one of its celebratory gatherings in the month of May, marking the chapter’s 30th year in Stockton. In keeping with the groups’ tradition, only first names are used when sharing member information.

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El Dorado Christian School principal Kelly Bryson, center in glasses, rewarded 117 students for a demerit-free fourth quarter with a silly-string fight. ECS’s Merit Rewards Program identifies students who strive to be positive influences not only in their classrooms, but in everything they d…

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In a joint effort between the Cedar County Republican and area veterans organizations, CCR staff would like to encourage the greater Stockton area to bring any retired American flags to the newspaper office between 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday, 26 Public Square, Stockton, from 11 a.m.-7 p.m.…

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Missouri State University recently awarded scholarships to incoming students for the 2019-20 academic year. These students were selected from those who applied based on their American College Test scores, grade point average, standing in graduating class and leadership shown in community and…

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The Cedar County Republican is happy to help local groups publicize their upcoming events and announcements. Please send your submissions to news@cedarrepublican.com. The deadline for consideration is noon Monday for the Wednesday edition.

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More preparations for this year’s annual picnic were made as the El Dorado Springs City Council approved joining a grant request for a new Kaysinger Basin economic developer and heard more discussion on unkept properties during its Monday, June 3, meeting.