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Community meeting planned for July 9

Fayette Main Street, Inc. has recently reorganized and elected new officers. Officers and directors are:  Pamela Huttsell, President, Robert Wiegers, Vice-President, John Flanders, Secretary, … more

Fayette Main Street to host state officials Sept. 10

The Fayette Main Street Association will host Missouri Main Street Association officials Sept. 10, 7 p.m., at the St. Joseph Catholic Church Hall. The public is invited and encouraged to attend. Pam … more

Fayette License Office management contract is up for bids

The Missouri Office of Administration is now accepting management contract bids for the Fayette License Office. Interested individuals and groups must submit their bids to operate the Fayette License … more

Fayette city discusses change in dog pound policy

By Kim Thompson Staff Writer Meeting in regular session on Tuesday, Fayette council members discussed protocol for retrieving dogs from the dog pound. They also approved giving away six family passes … more

Higbee man arrested for property damage

A Higbee man is in the Randolph County Justice Center after damaging property at a Casey’s and at a post office. Brian Sumpter, 49, of Higbee, is charged with property damage, burglary and … more

Area news briefs

Community invited to decorate for Fayette High School Homecoming Fayette High School will celebrate Homecoming the week of Sept. 15 through 19. The FHS student council invites the community to … more

Disc golf raises $2,000 for food bank

At the First Annual Throw Off Hunger Disc Golf Tournament held Sunday at the Fayette City Park, $2,023 was raised for the Fayette Ministerial Alliance Food Pantry. more

Eaton’s service honored at retirement reception

George Frink (center) and Danny Drane (right) were among about 100 people who came to congratulate Howard County Presiding Commissioner Lowell Eaton on his soon-coming retirement at a reception held … more

Fayette Ministerial Alliance to host Chili Cook-Off on February 28

The public is invited to the Fayette Ministerial Alliance second annual Chili Cook-Off on Sunday, Feb. 28, at the Clark Middle School in Fayette. All proceeds will support the FMA Food Pantry and the … more

Peacemakers Quilt Show shares beauty of ‘In the Garden’

Show generates “sizable” check to Fayette Ministerial Alliance Food Pantry. BY LINDA LEMBKE PEACEMAKERS QUILTER Visitors to the Peacemakers Quilt Show “In the Garden” were … more

Endless Options breaks ground for new recycling center on Furr Street

It was a festive atmosphere as about 25 people came to help Endless Options celebrate the ground breaking for their new recycling center on Furr Street in Fayette. Endless Options Chief Operating … more

2018 Election Series

As part of its election series, the Fayette Advertiser is providing candidate profiles of contested races that voters will decide on April 3. Below are profiles of the Fayette and New Franklin … more

Hawgs & Heifers Donates Big to PAWS

Hawgs and Heifers made a donation of $604.76 to PAWS (Pet Adoption and Welfare Service).  more

City council hires temporary city administrator

Interim City Administrator Jeff Hancock (left) and Fayette Mayor Greg Stidgham wrestled through stacks and stacks of paperwork Wednesday at City … … 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

Reunion time for FHS alumni

The Great Fayette Freeze Off isn't the only thing happening this Saturday. Fayette High School alumni from near and far ' and of all ages 'will converge on the community for the annual all schools … more

Harper Problems in office more than imagined

Kathyrne Harper Speaking Monday to the noon luncheon meeting of the Fayette Area Community Betterment Group, Howard County Clerk Kathyrne Harper said problems besetting the clerk's office were … more

Getting ready for opening Tuesday

This 1 to 1' size scale model (maquette) of Sabra Tull Meyer's full-sized Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Monument, dedicated in Jefferson City last June, is among works of art which will be on display … more

Board tackles varied agenda

Meeting in regular session Wednesday evening, members of the Fayette R-III school board received updates on a number of matters taking part in the district, but otherwise took action on what was … more
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