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Group opposing change to four-day school week to meet Monday

A group calling itself “People For The 5 Day School Week” will host an open meeting at 7 p.m. Monday night in the Commercial Trust Co. Community Room. A news release from the group invites … more

Area Christmas closings

With the Christmas holiday fast approaching, area businesses and banks are adapting their schedules. Below is a list of known changes.• The Fayette Advertiser will publish as scheduled on December … more

From the Editor

I wish to personally give my thanks to all of our subscribers and advertisers who continue to support this newspaper. I took over as owner starting with the July 4 edition of The Fayette Advertiser. … more

Fayette school district to host public forums on four-day school weeks

The Fayette R-III School District has announced it will be hosting two community forums. The purpose of the forums is to gather community input about the proposed four-day school week.  more

Trial date for woman accused in suicide will be set in January

The state’s case against Harley Branham took a baby step forward Friday morning. Judge Hugh Craig Harvey scheduled January 18, 2019 as the date for trial setting. more

Lembke, Schafer publish children’s book

A new children’s book from a pair of Fayette authors hit the shelves last month. Author Linda Lembke and illustrator Ann Schafer debuted their new book, “A Home for the Winter,” just in time … more

MAEDC President leaving for new job

Moberly Area Economic Development Corporation (MAEDC) has announced that MAEDC President Corey Mehaffy is leaving his position effective December 31. He will be taking the job of Northeast Missouri … more

New bakery opens Thursday morning

Hungry patrons will have a new place to fill their bellies starting tomorrow. The Savory Bakery is opening its doors at 6 a.m. Thursday morning. Located in the old Mac’s building on South Main … more

City Council addresses downtown parking

The Fayette City Council met in regular session at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 4. Parking issues around the square were reviewed and guests discussed D.C. Rogers Lake, ambulance services, health insurance, … more


A magical season ended with Central Methodist raising the trophy they’ve dreamed of all season. For the first time in the history of Central Methodist University, a team has won a national … more

See Santa after the parade Saturday

Santa Claus will take time out of his extremely busy Christmas schedule to hear children’s requests Saturday evening in the Howard County Courthouse. more

Fayette City Park Sparkles

Friends of the Historic Fayette Memorial Pool welcomed Santa and area visitors to their inaugural “Sparkle in the Park” on Saturday. The historic swimming pool, right, was decked inside and out … more

Candidate filing opens Tuesday

It may be only four weeks since the November election, but the filing period for municipal and school board April elections opens next week. The filing period begins Tuesday, Dec. 11. The last day to … more

Savory Bakery will open for Christmas Parade

Fayette’s newest culinary offering will open its doors in time for Saturday’s Christmas parade. The Savory Bakery, located on south main, will serve wassell and hot soup, along with coffee and … more

Sparkle in the Park kicks off Christmas in Fayette

The Christmas Season was ushered in over the weekend with shopping and snow. This weekend provides more opportunities to share in the mood of the season. more

New Dollar General store will be larger

The Dollar General store in Fayette is getting a makeover and a new location. It is hard not to notice the activity taking place on South Church Street/Highway 240 across from C&R Supermarket. … more

Snow Day

Howard County residents spent much of Monday morning digging themselves out of the snow after a blizzard blanked the midwest with snow. Fayette received around four inches of the white stuff. more

Hutchinson named VP for Advancement at Lyon College

David Hutchison has been announced as the new vice president for advancement at Lyon College, in Batesville, Arkansas. He will start January 10, 2019. more

Breadeaux Pizza closing its doors today

The Fayette courthouse square is about to have another empty storefront. Breadeaux Pizza in Fayette is closing its doors. Word came down on Monday from owners Tom and Leigh Hilderbrand that business … more

Cana Conrow honored with award as Howard County’s Entrepreneur of the Year

Fayette native Cana Rogers Conrow has been honored by the Missouri Women’s Business Center as “Entrepreneur of the Year” for Howard County. The center is a program of Central Missouri Community … more
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