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New Franklin Police Report

The New Franklin Police Department reported the following law enforcement responses from Jan. 11 through Feb. 8: Incidents/no report: 63 Traffic stops: 21 Assisting school/juvenile issues: 21 … more

Commercial Trust Co. gives to PAWS

Julie McAnelly (left) of Commercial Trust Co. presents a check for $50 to Kim Thompson, co-chair of PAWS (Pet Adoption and Welfare Service) on Friday in front of the Commercial Trust Co. building in … more

Gevelinger sues Howard County, sheriff, deputy for ‘malicious prosecution’

BY KIM THOMPSON STAFF WRITER Ryan Gevelinger, 62, of Branson, Missouri, and Patricia Baldridge, of Arizona, have sued Howard County, Sheriff Mike Neal and Deputy Russell Harrison in federal court … more

Road work taking place in Howard County

The Missouri Department of Transportation is conducting road maintenance work in Howard County during daylight hours at the following times and locations: • Highway 87 between Highway 5 and … more

Man arrested at New Franklin School

New Franklin Police report the Friday arrest of a man with addresses in Fayette, Boonville, and Columbia. Friday afternoon, an unknown man was noticed loitering in the teacher’s parking lot … more

Howard County Dems choose Biden, GOP sticks with Trump

Joe Biden was the overwhelming favorite chosen by Howard County Democrats during Tuesday’s statewide Presidential Preference Primary, according to unofficial results released by the Howard … more

Springtime at The Courthouse

Staff PhotoWith flags waving on a breezy spring afternoon, the Howard County Courthouse takes on new freshness with budding trees and green grass. This is a view of the south side looking north. more

New Franklin Teachers Staff to See Pay Increase

The New Franklin School Board met May 12. Topping discussion were salary increases for teachers and other school staff for the 2004-05 academic year. Unexpected funds received from the state, … more

Good Morning Fayette

(Staff photo)Fayette's new street sweeper makes a pass around the square just after dawn Friday, with the First Baptist Church in the background. City streets have been notably cleaner since the … more

Heat continues

Howard Countians have sweltered in near record-breaking heat during recent days ' along with much of the rest of the nation. Here, the Commercial Trust Time and Temperature sign reads 106 degrees … more

Veterans Day

The actual date of Veterans Day 2006 is Saturday and this date will be observed by the post office. There will be no mail delivery or counter service. This week's Democrat-Leader will be printed a … more

Jameson Island chute project will not resume until agreement is reached

It was about a year ago when excavation work on Jameson Island by the U.S. Corps of Engineers caught the attention of locals and made headlines in media outlets, including the Fayette newspapers. The … more

A dose of spring storms

STRONG WINDS uprooted this tree on the Central Methodist campus in front of Brannock Hall between 4 and 6 a.m. Sunday. The crushed truck (lower right) belongs to the parents of graduating CMU student … more

That time of year

ANY NUMBER OF HOWARD COUNTIANS have taken to the fields following the opening of firearms deer season last Saturday. The season's final day will be next Tuesday. Here, Emmett Rogers of Fayette … more

Area news briefs

Stouffer named to transportation work groupState Sen. Bill Stouffer (R-Napton) has been named to head the Transportation Work Group to evaluate and select the best of an estimated 500 suggestions … more

Central Methodist to host Leadership Institute

Central Methodist University will host its third annual Leadership Institute for United Methodist Church leaders and lay persons Tuesday. More than 100 participants are expected to attend the one-day … more

Library Lines: Books are great material for blockbusters

By Jeri and Kelcie MattsonGuest WritersWhen we think of favorite movies, there are several titles that immediately spring to mind: The Lord of the Rings, To Kill A Mockingbird, The Shawshank … more

Masonic program set to give away bicycles

As the 2010-11 school year gets underway, Masonic Cooper Lodge #36 is again gearing up for its third “Bikes for Books” program. The event was first organized in 2008 by Roy Cary of Cooper Lodge … more

Municipal court fines

Fayette Municipal Judge Susan Steele has reported the following fines were levied in January. (Court costs in parentheses): Holly Adams, Chesterfield, parked at 2:52 a.m., in No Parking 2-6 a.m. … more

CMU students raise money for food pantry

Students In Free Enterprise (SIFE) and C&R Supermarket together donated several hundred dollars worth of food and monetary donations to the Fayette Ministerial Alliance Food Pantry Monday at the … more
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