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Spire Missouri customers to see change in gas rates

Spire Missouri, Inc. customers will see rates change under a filing that took effect on October 1. The change reflects a change in the Weather Normalization Adjustment Rider (WNAR) which authorizes … more

Optimist Club to hold blood drive Oct. 15

The Fayette Optimist will host a Red Cross Blood Drive from 1:30 to 6 p.m. on October 15 at the St. Joseph Catholic Church Hall in Fayette. Everyone is encouraged to come and help someone that … more

High School Rodeo returns to Fayette this weekend

The Missouri Junior High and High School Rodeo takes place this weekend, October 1-3, at the Howard County Fairgrounds. The annual event kicks off Friday night with an Open 4D barrel race at 7 … more

Appeals court rules coroner knowingly violated Missouri Sunshine Law

The Missouri Western District Court of Appeals in a ruling announced on Tuesday, September 21, largely sided with the Glasgow School District in its 2017 lawsuit against the office of the Howard … more

Fayette marching band wins Sweepstakes trophy at Carrollton

The Fayette High School marching band returned to competition in top form Saturday at the annual Carrollton Band Day. The Falcons took first place in the street and field competitions and second … more

CMU, Fitzgibbon to host COVID-19 booster clinic Oct. 13

Fitzgibbon Hospital and Clinics will hold a COVID-19 booster shot clinic at the Central Methodist University Recreation Center from 8 a.m. until noon, and from 1 to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, October 13. … more

The Fayette High School class of 1956 held their 65th class reunion

The Fayette High School class of 1956 held their 65th class reunion on Saturday, September 25, with a noon luncheon at Emmet’s Kitchen & Tap. Nine class members and several guests were … more

Central renews agreement with MCC

Central Methodist University has renewed and reenergized its longstanding articulation agreement with Metropolitan Community College in Kansas City. Representatives from the two institutions … more

Five singers selected for Honor Choir

Five students from the Fayette High School choir were selected to be a part of the Northeast District Honor Choir. For the audition process, students sang a prepared solo, … more

Optimist Club celebrates Clark Middle School Students of the Month for September

The Fayette Optimist Club on Friday welcomed Clark Middle School Students of the Month for September, 2021. more

Daly Elementary Students of the Month

The theme for September 2021 Student of the Month awards at Daly Elementary School is "respect." more

Howard Electric donates to PAWS

Howard Electric Cooperative donated $500 to PAWS (Pet Adoption and Welfare Service) on Sept. 24. PAWS is extremely grateful for Howard Electric Cooperative’s generosity and will use the funds … more

Optimist club to host blood drive October 15

The Fayette Optimist Club will host a Red Cross Blood Drive next month at the St. Joseph Catholic Church hall.  The Optimist Club encourages anyone and everyone who can participate to go … more

Emergency blood and platelet shortage

The American Red Cross is experiencing an emergency blood and platelet shortage and must collect 10,000 additional blood products each week over the next month for the blood supply to recover and … more

Missouri State Parks reminds visitors to Leave No Trace

With increased visitation at Missouri state parks and historic sites, it’s important for visitors to remember to assist park staff in protecting and preserving the state’s natural … more

Celebrating 200 years of the Santa Fe Trail

Large crowds were on hand in New Franklin over the weekend for the annual Santa Fe Trail Days. This year marked the 200th anniversary of the Santa Fe Trail, which began in Franklin, Missouri.  more

Council expected to adopt new parking rules around downtown

The Fayette city council last week gave approval to a suggestion by City Marshal David Ford to do away with three-hour parking ordinances. The affected streets will see new overnight parking … more

Pedestrian struck by car dies from injuries

A pedestrian who was struck by a car died on Thursday as a result of his injuries. David N. Moore, 67, of Fayette, was hit while walking in the roadway near where Lucky and Vine Streets intersect on … more

False alarm causes lockdown of Fayette school district

The Fayette school district went on lockdown for a brief period on Friday afternoon in response to a purported threat on social media. Central Methodist University, Fayette City Hall, and local banks … more

NF School Board reports low COVID enrollment impact

During the regular meeting of The New Franklin Board of Education on September 15, Superintendent Brian Cordel reported that the impact of the COVID-19 virus on enrollment for the fall semester has … more
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