Lake Regional Health Systems is making plans to expand its services in the city of Eldon.
Wins two national awards
Eldon Middle School (EMS) has won two national awards this month for taking steps to encourage increased physical activity at school.
Annie’s Project is scheduled from 6-9 p.m. Mondays, Oct. 19 through Nov. 23 in Eldon, with seats still available for this informational workshop.
Eldon is prepping up to Rock the Indians Friday, Oct. 2, when they play their 2015 Homecoming game against the Osage Indians.
Beef producers face calving challenges in the winter when there is cold weather. Reports from beef producers suggest that extreme cold weather interferes with the calving process.
The Save Blue Springs Stream Team will host a booth Saturday at the Eldon Turkey Festival.
Eldon High School FFA Officers Jayme Bittle, Holly Enowski, Shelby Bledsoe, Hayden Otto, Hattie Grisham, Kaya Wallis and Christian Potucek attended the Area 8 Officer Leadership Conference Sept. 15, which was held in California, Missouri.
The Eldon R-1 School District congratulates students who are featured on the Eldon High School Academic Wall of Fame.
Eldon South Elementary and Upper Elementary joined together to acknowledge the tragic events of Sept. 11, 2001, and honor emergency service workers in the school’s 13th annual Patriot Day.
Popularity mounts at one of the Lake Area’s most successful fall festivals
Attendees to the Eldon Turkey Festival Saturday, Sept. 26 will prepare to go “Back to the Future,” celebrating 30 years of one of the most popular fall events in the Lake Area.
As the Oak Ridge Boys celebrate their many successes in 2015, they continue to do what has led them to those important accolades in their career: performing their notable music to their fans. At 8 p.m. Saturday evening, they will return to Lake of the Ozarks to perform as part of a three-event Fall Fest Concert Series at Shawnee Bluff Vineyards in Eldon.
The public is invited to provide input at a Community Conversation meeting on creating a BMX Bike Track at 6 p.m. Monday at the Eldon Community Center.
Trail to connect to Rock Island Trail, making Eldon a place of destination
Eldon community members met two days last week with out-of-town consultants, envisioning and planning the potential of connecting Rock Island Trail in Eldon and making the city a destination, all made possible by a grant from the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Office of Sustainable Communities.
Other local entities review tax levies
The Miller County Commission and County Clerk Clinton Jenkins held a public hearing Aug. 28 to set the 2016 tax rate.
The Eldon Area Community Betterment Organization (EACBO) in partnership with the city of Eldon received a grant for two new storm sirens.