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DISTRICT CHAMPS

The Fayette Falcon football team defeated Sweet Springs 44-6 at home Friday night to win the Class 1 District 5 Championship. Fayette moves on to the Class 1 quarterfinals against Lewis & Clark … more

Johnmeyer defeats Stroupe for Presiding Commissioner

Howell wins three-way race for Howard County ClerkHayes will remain Circuit 14 Presiding JudgeHoward County trends with state voters - approves medical marijuana, rejects fuel taxVoters in Howard … more

City Council presented with petition, amends nuisance code

Along with covering a significant amount of business, the Fayette City Council made preparations for the upcoming holiday season during the regular meeting November 6. more

Major General Ken Staten dead at 79

Staten was pioneer in military aircraft stealth technologyEnjoyed raising Polled Herefords in Howard CountyKenneth Staten, retired Major General in the United States Air Force, died suddenly at his … more

Johnmeyer is new Howard County Presiding Commissioner, Howell elected clerk

Jeremiah Johnmeyer defeated Sam Stroupe for Howard County Presiding Commissioner during Tuesday's midterm election. Shelly Howell won a three-way race for county clerk. Both will be sworn in December … more

Schools, businesses to commemorate Veterans Day

Veterans Day is Nov. 11 and area schools, businesses, and churches will honor those men and women who have served or are serving in our nation’s armed forces. more

Health Dept. giving flu shots Mondays and Wednesdays

Missouri Governor Mike Parson is one of eight governors nationwide to have received his flu shot publicly so far this year. Not only that, but the Governor also collaborated with the Missouri … more

Chiropractor opens clinic in Fayette

A new chiropractor has set up shop in Fayette. Keystone Chiropractic opened a clinic today in the Keller building. Dr. Aaron Cunningham decided to open a satellite office in Fayette to better … more

Quilts of Valor to be presented at Veterans Day Program

Local veterans Roger Allison, David Carskadon, and Donald Kirkham will be presented with Quilts of Valor at the Veterans Day Program to be held at 10 a.m. Friday at Fayette High School. The … more

2018 Election Series

Presiding 14th District Circuit Judge of Howard and Randolph Counties Republican candidate Gillis Leonard, and incumbent Democratic candidate Judge Scott Hayes. The following are their … more

Howard County Ambulance Service votes to update fleet

The Howard County Ambulance Service has been on a mission to upgrade its ambulance fleet. Multiple roadblocks have delayed the acquisition of a new ambulance for almost a year. more

Howard County Clerk predicts 54% turnout

Howard County Clerk Kathyrne Harper is predicting a 54 percent turnout for the upcoming General Election on November 6. Harper states the prediction is in line with midterm elections, with recent … more

2018 Election Series

The office of Howard County Presiding Commissioner is up for election this year. Republican Jerimiah Johnmeyer will run against incumbent Presiding Commissioner Sam Stroupe, a democrat.There is a … more

Fayette R-III Board of Education Considers four-day schedule

Fayette Superintendant Dr. Tamara Kimball introduced discussion on a proposal to take the Fayette schools from a five-day school week to a four-day school week during Wednesday’s Board of Education … more

Fayette R-III Board of Education Votes to amend controversial bus route

In a surprise move during its regular meeting Wednesday, the Fayette R-III Board of Education voted to extend a controversial bus route. The route has been a subject of much debate since the … more

Fayette re-names lake, supplies employee phones

The Fayette City Council met in regular session October 16, covering quite a bit of business in a somewhat shorter meeting. more

Ways to have a safe, fun Halloween

It’s that time of year again. Within this next week, expect to see little ghosts and goblins seeking sweet treats. There are many opportunities for trick-or-treaters to have a fun and safe … more

New look, same paper

The Fayette Advertiser has received a face lift. Beginning with this issue, we are streamlining the size of the pages to fit with more modern standards. more

Sen. Blunt inspects MO River at Glasgow

United States Senator Roy Blunt made a stop in Glasgow to inspect river levels Friday afternoon. The river level crested just below 32 feet on October 12. The cutoff between “moderate” and … more

Halloween parade will include pumpkin contest

The GFWC Golden Study Club will host its 66th Annual Halloween Parade and Costume Contest on Saturday, October 27th on the Fayette Courthouse lawn. more
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