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Last Call for CERT Training

Fayette police remind area residents that time is running short for those wishing to sign up to be trained as a volunteer emergency responder. Those who take the training become part of CERT ' … more

Friends of the Library to Hold Membership Event

The Friends of the Howard County Library annual membership meeting will be held Thursday at 7 p.m. in the library. Sarah Howard, children's librarian from the Daniel Boone Public Library, will share … more

Friends of the Library to Hold Membership Event

The Friends of the Howard County Library annual membership meeting will be held Thursday at 7 p.m. in the library. Sarah Howard, children's librarian from the Daniel Boone Public Library, will share … more

Easter Morn

(Staff Photo) Fayette's First Baptist Church was one of several Howard County congregations holding an Easter sunrise service Sunday morning. The day dawned bright and clear, but cold. Here, … more

Easter Morn

(Staff Photo) Fayette's First Baptist Church was one of several Howard County congregations holding an Easter sunrise service Sunday morning. The day dawned bright and clear, but cold. Here, … more

Howard County Jail Ribbon Cutting

Staff PhotoHoward County Sheriff Charlie Polson cuts the ceremonial ribbon Saturday morning to mark the official opening of the county?s new justice center and jail. Looking on from left: Architect … more

Howard County Jail Ribbon Cutting

Staff PhotoHoward County Sheriff Charlie Polson cuts the ceremonial ribbon Saturday morning to mark the official opening of the county?s new justice center and jail. Looking on from left: Architect … more

Now to Watch It Grow

(Staff Photo) The second annual 'free tree give-away' ' sponsored by the city of Fayette in cooperation with the Missouri Department of Conservation and the National Arbor Day Foundation ' took place … more

Now to Watch It Grow

(Staff Photo) The second annual 'free tree give-away' ' sponsored by the city of Fayette in cooperation with the Missouri Department of Conservation and the National Arbor Day Foundation ' took place … more

Dedication Day

Staff Photo Howard County Sheriff Polson had reason to smile Thursday evening as final preparations were made for the new $1.5 million Justice Center and Jail which was dedicated Saturday, April … more

Dedication Day

Staff Photo Howard County Sheriff Polson had reason to smile Thursday evening as final preparations were made for the new $1.5 million Justice Center and Jail which was dedicated Saturday, April … more

Council OK s Traffic Regs

Fayette's downtown square may be a bit more user-friendly with the approval of two measures recommended by the police department and city officials. For many years, U-turns on the square have been a … more

Council OK s Traffic Regs

Fayette's downtown square may be a bit more user-friendly with the approval of two measures recommended by the police department and city officials. For many years, U-turns on the square have been a … more

Gleam of Hope for MacMillan s

The sometimes strange saga of Fayette's most venerable watering hole, McMillan's Cafe (Mac's), took another unusual turn Friday. Real and personal property associated with the tavern was scheduled to … more

Gleam of Hope for MacMillan s

The sometimes strange saga of Fayette's most venerable watering hole, McMillan's Cafe (Mac's), took another unusual turn Friday. Real and personal property associated with the tavern was scheduled to … more

Natural Gas Users Get Relief

Natural gas users in Fayette and Armstrong will receive welcome news on their bills this month: A handsome credit based on refunds from pipeline companies. Missouri Gas Energy indicated the average … more

Natural Gas Users Get Relief

Natural gas users in Fayette and Armstrong will receive welcome news on their bills this month: A handsome credit based on refunds from pipeline companies. Missouri Gas Energy indicated the average … more

Howard County Prayer Breakfast Set for May 6

Ted House, formerly of Fayette and now an associate circuit judge in St. Charles County, will keynote a Howard County prayer breakfast on Thursday, May 6. House has served in both the Missouri Senate … more

Howard County Prayer Breakfast Set for May 6

Ted House, formerly of Fayette and now an associate circuit judge in St. Charles County, will keynote a Howard County prayer breakfast on Thursday, May 6. House has served in both the Missouri Senate … more

Weather Spotters Class Set for April 19

Local citizens wishing to receive training as an official severe weather spotter for the U.S. Weather Service may do so later this month. A Weather Spotters Class will be conducted at 7 p.m. Monday, … more
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