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Mayor signs Juneteenth proclamation

Fayette Mayor Jeremy Dawson signed a proclamation last week signifying the annual Juneteenth celebration in Fayette. The proclamation, signed during the May 10 regular meeting of the Fayette Board of … more

Memorial Day celebration May 29 on courthouse lawn

Fayette’s Memorial Day celebration will take place at 2 p.m. on Sunday, May 29 on the south side of the Fayette courthouse lawn. The annual event recognizes the service of American veterans, … more

Rocheport student tapped for Omicron Delta Kappa

Madeline Marrero, a native of Rocheport, was recently initiated into the Westminster College Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa, the National Leadership Honor Society. The Society welcomed 1,971 new … more

Howard County DAR recognizes area Kindergartners for learning Pledge

Kindergartners across the county were awarded flags and certificates from the Howard County chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Students earn the flags by learning the Pledge of … more

Howard Electric donates to Fayette youth football

Howard Electric Cooperative in Fayette, with the help of Howard County Community Foundation, made a donation in the amount of $1,500 toward Fayette Optimist Youth Football programs in Fayette. The … more

Rotary donates to Health & Wellness Council

The Fayette Rotary Club donated $100 from proceeds of its Happy Can contributions to the Howard County Health and Wellness Council. Fayette Rotarians collect money in the Happy Can each … more

Summer art show to feature Mid-Mo. artist

This summer’s show at the Ashby-Hodge Gallery of American Art on the campus of Central Methodist University will feature “A Missouri Perspective” with works by local artist Vivian … more

CMU renews agreement with Jefferson College JC

A longstanding articulation agreement between Central Methodist University and Jefferson College (JC) was renewed on April 27, allowing for a continued partnership between the schools. With the … more

Bagby named Distinguished Citizen of the Year

Sara Bagby was honored Friday night as the Distinguished Citizen of the Year by the Fayette school district’s Board of Education. Fifth-grade teacher Wayne Duran was named the 2022 Lincoln … more

Fayette All-Schools Reunion Returns

The Fayette All-Schools reunion is back. After two years of cancellations due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the normally-annual event will return on Saturday, July 30, coinciding with the Fayette … more

Accused rapist denied bond

The rural Rocheport man charged with four counts of rape was denied bond last week. Jeremy James Cudney, 32, remains behind bars in the Howard County Jail. He was arrested on April 25 and charged … more

CMU to graduate 275 Saturday

Commencement at Central Methodist University is in sight for the class of 2022, as the Fayette graduation ceremony is scheduled for Saturday, May 14. Former Missouri judge, legislator, and Central … more

Lincoln Public School Fish Fry Saturday

The annual Lincoln Public School fish fry will take place Saturday in the parking lot of C&R Market in Fayette. The event raises funds for the Lincoln Public School Committee’s annual … more

Vote for Fayette in Missouri Humanities’ Small Town Showcase

Fayette, Glasgow, and Rocheport are among 41 small towns across Missouri that have been nominated to be voted on for the 2023 Small Town Showcase presented by Missouri Humanities. Of those 41, the … more

Howard Electric donates $500 for summer pool passes

Howard Electric Cooperative in Fayette made a donation in the amount of $500 to the City of Fayette toward the purchase of pool passes this summer. The contribution is a part of Howard … more

Fuhlage earns MFA scholarship

Fayette High School graduating senior Laci Elizabeth Fuhlage, has won a $2,000 MFA Foundation scholarship. The scholarship was awarded at the school’s Graduation Ceremonies on Saturday, May … more

Blood drive in Fayette May 18

The school year is almost over, and it’s about time for afternoons at the pool and family road trips. While summer means fun for many of us, it’s business as usual in hospitals across the … more

New Franklin City Council swears in new members

The New Franklin City Council swore in two new members at its regular meeting on Monday May 9 at 7 p.m. Both new members, Rachael Brown-Hammers and Rick Newell, represent Ward 1 and were sworn in by … more

Community-wide book reads to begin at Juneteenth

Everyone in the Fayette area is invited to join together for community-wide book reads called, “Fayette Reads Together,” beginning in June. There will be several opportunities to discuss … more

Rhorer Returns to CGES Office

After four years away to start a family, Maile Rhorer has returned to Central Methodist University to take over the role of Director for CGES Admissions. She began her second stint with the College … more
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