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Fayette band dominates Class 1 at CMU Band Day

The Fayette High School marching band won a pair of first place trophies at the Central Methodist University Band Day on Saturday. more

Two men sentenced to prison for DWI

Two area men are now in prison after they were sentenced to time in the Missouri Department of Corrections last week. more

City Council Discusses Fire Truck, Employee Cell Phones

The Fayette City Council met in regular session Tuesday, Oct. 2 at City Hall. Several guests were present to discuss naming changes, street closures, derelict/vacant housing, and the purchase of a … more

Fayette Area Community Trust Accepting Grant Applications

Applications are being accepted for grants to be awarded at the meeting of the Fayette Area Community Trust Advisory Board in early November. Any tax-exempt, not-for-profit organization in the … more

New Franklin Looks at Park Updates, Recaps Successful Santa Fe Trail Days

The New Franklin City Council met in regular session Monday. Guests from the New Franklin Park Board and the Santa Fe Trail Days committee were in attendance. more

Three Injured During Wreck While Stopped for School Bus on Hwy. 240

A car wreck sent three people to the hospital Thursday morning. The accident occurred on Highway 240, approximately one mile north of the junction of Highways 240 and 40 while traffic was stopped for … more

Bus Routes Dominate School Board Meeting

Members of the Fayette R-III School Board met in regular session Wednesday, Sept. 19 at the High School Media Center. Only one board member was absent. more

No Dance Team for New Franklin

The New Franklin School Board met in regular session Wednesday, Sept. 19 at 6 p.m. Continuing the topic of a school-sponsored dance team from the August meeting, the board had requested an in-house … more

Two dead after head-on crash on Hwy. 87

Two men were killed in a car crash on Highway 87 in Howard County yesterday afternoon (Tuesday). The crash occurred around 3:30 p.m. just north of Route K when a southbound 2004 Dodge Neon, driven by … more

Light Agenda for New Franklin City Council

The New Franklin City Council held a brief meeting Monday, with the meeting lasting little more than 10 minutes. After the opening Pledge of Allegiance and approval of the agenda, minutes from the … more

Health and Wellness Council Town Hall Monday

The Howard County Health and Wellness Council (HCHWC) has scheduled a Town-Hall meeting at 7 p.m. Monday at the Fayette First Christian Church. more

Fayette City Council Holds Busy Meeting

The Fayette City Council had a full agenda when it met in regular session Tuesday, Sept. 4. Topics covered included insurance, the city’s website, a Fire Department ordinance, propane bids, and … more

Hoagenson Pressures Hartzler on Debates

There is not a debate planned for Tuesday night at Central Methodist University, despite what a press release from Democrat hopeful Renee Hoagenson said. more

Hawgs & Heifers Donates Big to PAWS

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

Fayette Man Among Those Defrauded by Unregistered Agent

Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft’s Securities Division issued a consent order against John N. Cucinella and two affiliated companies who sold unregistered, non-exempt securities to two Missouri … more

Happy Birthday to The Fayette Advertiser

With this issue, The Fayette Advertiser begins its 179th year of operation. First published on September 3, 1840 in Glasgow, it is believed to be the second-oldest continuously published weekly … more

Newspaper Will Distribute County Wide October 3

The Fayette Advertiser will continue with the tradition of distributing the paper to all residents of Howard County. The next county-wide issue will be Wednesday, October 3. Nearly 5,000 … more

Armstrong Man Injured in ATV Rollover

A 35-year-old Armstrong man was taken to the hospital after rolling his all-terrain vehicle Sunday night on county road 241. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Kenneth J Fehling was … more

Governor Announces Emergency Water, Hay Access for Farmers

In response to worsening drought conditions throughout the state, Governor Parson announced the availability of water for family farms at 28 Department of Conservation areas and five Department of … more
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