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Rotary donates Happy Can funds to area organizations

The guest speaker at the Fayette Rotary meeting on April 26 was Gary Moreau, Executive Director of Mobility Worldwide MO – Columbia.  Howard County Collector of Revenue Jinger Felten … more

Parisi to deliver Missouri Valley commencement address

Dr. Joseph Parisi, former vice president of enrollment management at Central Methodist University, will deliver the commencement address for Missouri Valley College on Saturday, May 6 on the MVC … more

Second bivalent COVID-19 vaccine available for 65+ and immunocompromised

Older adults and immunocompromised persons are now able to receive a second bivalent mRNA vaccine dose against COVID-19. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently … more

Harrisburg to fill new time chest May 13

The Harrisburg Lions Club will dedicate a new time chest next weekend. The club has elected to create a chest rather than a time capsule. When the last 50-year capsule was unearthed in August 2021 … more

Sweet Sounds performed the National Anthem

Sweet Sounds youth choir performed the National Anthem at Glasgow High School’s home baseball game on Tuesday, April 25. The choir practices weekly after school under the direction of Lacey … more

Higbee native graduates academy, New graduate assigned to Troop F

Six new troopers graduated from the Missouri State Highway Patrol Law Enforcement Academy   on Friday, April 14, including Dustin W. Harrison of Higbee.   He will be assigned to Troop B, … more

Kelly, Sunderland crowned FHS Prom King and Queen

FAYETTE HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS Haden Kelly and Preslee Sunderland were crowned King and Queen of the 2023 Prom Saturday night. The dance was held at Tricky Fish Community Hall in downtown Fayette. … more

MAEDC hosts public forums in Fayette, New Franklin, Glasgow

The Moberly Area Economic Development Corporation (MAEDC) on Friday held public forums in New Franklin, Fayette, and Glasgow to garner input regarding the economic development needs of those Howard … more

Meet Fayette’s new Postmaster

The Fayette branch of the United States Post Office has a new Postmaster. Jordan Benny succeeded Judy Kirschman at the end of March. Mr. Benny has been with the USPS for 15 years. He began as a … more

‘Innovative’ Othello coming to CMU stage

The Little Theatre, on the campus of Central Methodist University, will soon present a unique take on a William Shakespeare classic. Othello, the Moor of Venice will be open from April 27-30, … more

Boonville teen charged with lighting hay, grass fires

A Boonville teenager is in the Howard County jail after setting hay and grass fires in rural Howard County earlier this month. Michael Joseph Walters, 19, faces one count of knowingly burning or … more

Light agenda greets newest city council

Fayette City Clerk Judy Thompson swore in three incumbents and one new member to the Board of Aldermen at the council’s most recent meeting last week on Tuesday, April 11. The new council … more

Vandelicht, Hudson re-elected to school board leadership

The Fayette Board of Education will remain almost identical to last year’s board following the April 4 school board elections. All three incumbents ran without opposition, and the board … more


THE NEW CMU BUILDING under construction the west side of the downtown Fayette square is taking shape. The two cinderblock pillars on either side will house stairwells and an elevator. Steel beams … more

CMU’s Ashby-Hodge Gallery celebrates 30 years with new show

Thirty years ago, the Ashby-Hodge Gallery of American Art opened its doors in the lower level of Smiley Library, on the campus of then Central Methodist College. After three years of work, from … more

Main St. project adds new benches, trashcans to courthouse square

The downtown courthouse square is now a more comfortable place to enjoy the warm spring weather, thanks to Fayette Main Street, Inc. With the help of a group of Central Methodist University students … more

Golden Study Club sends three students to annual Sophomore Pilgrimage

Three Howard County high school students were chosen to join hundreds from across Missouri for the annual sophomore pilgrimage. Thomas Elliott from Fayette, Alayna Witte from Glasgow, and Alexander … more

Now Open: Fayette Dairy Queen relaunched Friday

Dairy Queen in Fayette has officially re-opened. The restaurant closed in July of last year after numerous management and facility issues and has since undergone a half-million-dollar renovation … more

School and water bond issues, pot taxes win voter approval in April 4 elections

Four of six taxes on the ballot for Tuesday’s municipal and school board elections passed, according to official results. A no-tax-increase bond issue for the Fayette R-III School District was … more

Conrow named Main St. Executive Director

Fayette Main Street, Inc., on Friday, announced that local business owner and Chamber president, Cana Conrow, will serve as the organization’s next Executive Director.  Mrs. Conrow owns … more
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