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A Bit of Americana

(Staff Photo)Dr. Keith House directs the Fayette Star Cornet Band Saturday afternoon from the Howard County Memorial Bandstand in Fayette. Ceremonies at the beginning of the concert were in memory of … more

New County Staffers

(Staff Photo)New Howard County employees Raymond Kopp and Sheila Wallace, R.N., were introduced Tuesday morning at the monthly staff meeting of county employees. Wallace is the new county health … more

New County Staffers

(Staff Photo)New Howard County employees Raymond Kopp and Sheila Wallace, R.N., were introduced Tuesday morning at the monthly staff meeting of county employees. Wallace is the new county health … more

Proclaim Jury Appreciation Week

(Staff Photo)Howard County Presiding Commissioner Lowell Eaton signs a proclamation Tuesday morning officially designating the week of May 3 through 7 as ?Missouri Juror Appreciation Week? in the … more

Proclaim Jury Appreciation Week

(Staff Photo)Howard County Presiding Commissioner Lowell Eaton signs a proclamation Tuesday morning officially designating the week of May 3 through 7 as ?Missouri Juror Appreciation Week? in the … more

Ex Coach Thompson Pleads Guilty

Former Fayette High School Boys Basketball Coach and teacher Kenneth R. Thompson pled guilty Tuesday to first degree sexual misconduct. Associate Circuit Judge Gary Sprick sentenced Thompson to one … more

Ex Coach Thompson Pleads Guilty

Former Fayette High School Boys Basketball Coach and teacher Kenneth R. Thompson pled guilty Tuesday to first degree sexual misconduct. Associate Circuit Judge Gary Sprick sentenced Thompson to one … more

Onward and Upward

(Staff Photo)Workers for MECO Engineering and the city of Fayette put the finishing touches Thursday on sidewalk work around city hall on south Main Street. Replacement of sidewalks at a number of … more

Onward and Upward

(Staff Photo)Workers for MECO Engineering and the city of Fayette put the finishing touches Thursday on sidewalk work around city hall on south Main Street. Replacement of sidewalks at a number of … more

Serving Fayette Schools

Members of the Fayette R-III Board of Education took time out to pose for the camera April 21 following the annual reorganization of the board after the April election. Gary Bagby, standing right, … more

Serving Fayette Schools

Members of the Fayette R-III Board of Education took time out to pose for the camera April 21 following the annual reorganization of the board after the April election. Gary Bagby, standing right, … more

Personnel Issues Top Board Agenda

The Fayette school board set sail on a new year April 21 and in doing so re-elected veteran Fayette businessman Gary Bagby as board president. Earlier, Bagby had been returned to his seat on the … more

Personnel Issues Top Board Agenda

The Fayette school board set sail on a new year April 21 and in doing so re-elected veteran Fayette businessman Gary Bagby as board president. Earlier, Bagby had been returned to his seat on the … more

Record High Gas Prices Take Control at the Gas Pump

Industry analysts say the nation's record high gas prices are likely to climb even higher and everyone is either driving around in circles to find the lowest price or just griping about them. But, … more

Record High Gas Prices Take Control at the Gas Pump

Industry analysts say the nation's record high gas prices are likely to climb even higher and everyone is either driving around in circles to find the lowest price or just griping about them. But, … more

Unity Award Applications Due Friday

Applications for the annual FHS-CMC Unity Award Scholarships are due in the office of the superintendent of schools by the close of business Friday, May 8. First conferred two years ago, the Unity … more

Unity Award Applications Due Friday

Applications for the annual FHS-CMC Unity Award Scholarships are due in the office of the superintendent of schools by the close of business Friday, May 8. First conferred two years ago, the Unity … more

Building Inspector Resigns

Blake Spry, a Harrisburg resident who has served as Fayette's building inspector since last October, has resigned. It was not immediately known what triggered the resignation or when it might take … more

Building Inspector Resigns

Blake Spry, a Harrisburg resident who has served as Fayette's building inspector since last October, has resigned. It was not immediately known what triggered the resignation or when it might take … more

FAHA to Hold Membership Event Friday

A major membership push and revitalization effort for the Fayette Area Heritage Association (FAHA) will kickoff Friday evening, April 30. All interested persons are invited to gather at 6:30 p.m. in … more
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