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‘Great Gatsby’ is celebrated at New Frnaklin prom

New Franklin senior girls pose with a 1941 Packard at the prom held May 3. The car is a symbol of the prom theme “The Great Gatsby.” Jennifer Stutzer, Cheslea Newham, Erich Gerding and … more

Municipal Court report

Fayette Municipal Judge Susan Steele has reported the following fines were levied in June (court costs in parentheses): Dillon Alderson, Parkville, Mo., defective equipment, $500 ($22.50) Dillon Ray … more

Area news briefs

DAR selects Bishop for Good Citizen Award Rachael Bishop, daughter of Jeff and Jamie Bishop, is the recipient of the Daughters of American Revolution Good Citizens Award for Fayette High School. The … more

Howard County well represented at Farm Bureau convention

Just as members did nearly 100 years ago, leaders of the Howard County Farm Bureau attended the Missouri Farm Bureau annual meeting to discuss and approve legislative policies for the coming year. … more

1960 Fayette Map Project moves onward and upward

By Mike Mueller 1960 Fayette Map Coordinator The news is nearly all good. I made a pitch last week at a Fayette City Council meeting for some money for the map. Norma Mounter and Karen Schweighauser … more

Central Methodist recognizes distinguished alumni

Central Methodist University honored six of its top graduates at its 70th annual Alumni Awards banquet this past Saturday, May 7. The event was held in the Inman Student and Community Center on the … more

MSHP reports recent arrest

The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported the following recent arrest involving a Glasgow individual: On Aug. 7, 8:45 p.m., in Saline County, Jason D. McCabe, 29, of Glasgow, was arrested for … more

Christmas Holiday House kicks off 2016 campaign to benefit local families

The store shelves are filling up with Christmas items, and before you know it Christmas music will fill the air everywhere you go.  These signs indicate that the 2016 Christmas Holiday House … more

New Franklin School Board to purchase new school bus

The New Franklin School Board met in regular session Wednesday, March 21 and reviewed health insurance, chose to purchase a bus, discussed the 2018-19 budget and rescheduled the April board … more

Happy Birthday to The Fayette Advertiser

With this issue, The Fayette Advertiser begins its 179th year of operation. First published on September 3, 1840 in Glasgow, it is believed to be the second-oldest continuously published weekly … more

County Democrat caucuses cancelled

The Missouri Democrat Party has made changes to the proccess of selecting delegates for the upcoming Presidential Election. The Howard County Caucus or Mass Meeting scheduled for April 6, has been … more

District Retirees Will Be Honored April 25

Seven retiring Fayette R-III educators will be honored at a reception Sunday, April 25, in the FHS Commons from 2 to 4 p.m. Sponsored by the CTA, all former students, friends and families are … more

Franklin Preps for Spring Cleanup

At the Franklin City Council's May 13 meeting, cleanup of the city's yard waste and residents' large solid waste items dominated the agenda. The Missouri Department of Natural Resources contacted … more

Suspect Surrenders

A 30-year-old woman has surrendered on warrants alleging failure to appear in court and passing bad checks, Sheriff Charles Polson said. Kelly Butts, formerly of Fayette, turned herself in Wednesday, … more

Annual Relay celebrates life after cancer

Nearly 30 area cancer survivors and caregivers, at right, celebrate victory over the disease by participating in the seventh annual 2006 Howard County Relay for Life Friday evening and Saturday … more

Program at FHS will honor veterans

Fayette will honor its veterans Friday. Continuing a long-standing tradition, the Fayette American Legion and the Howard County DAR will join to sponsor the annual Veterans Day program starting at 10 … more

Fire temporarily closes 240 Creations

A small fire has forced the closure of Fayette's 240 Culinary Creations restaurant for most of this week. Owner Sonja Allen reported that sometime between 8:30 p.m. Tuesday and 8:30 a.m. Wednesday, a … more

Tis the season

LONGTIME FAYETTE UTILITY staffer Marvin Hilgedick, assisted by Mike Chew (not pictured), affixes Christmas decorations this week to street lights around the square and elsewhere. Preparations for the … more

Free tax service available through CMCA’s VITA program

With tax season under way, Central Missouri Community Action will again offer the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program (VITA) to low and moderate income workers.The VITA program, which began … more

Area news briefs

Hayes hears Missouri Supreme Court caseJudge Scott Hayes, presiding judge of the 14th Judicial Circuit (Howard and Randolph  Counties), sat Tuesday by special designation with the Supreme Court … more
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