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Quilt/Trunk show May 17

The Fayette Country Quilters invite all to attend a  Quilt Trunk show at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, May 17 at Schnell Hall. The show will be presented by Dawn Heese. A  1986 graduate of Fayette … more

Katy Trail bridge between Rocheport, New Franklin officially opens

Missouri State Parks held a ribbon-cutting on Friday to reopen the Salt Creek Bridge on the Katy Trail in Howard County between Rocheport and New Franklin. In 2019, the bridge was washed off its … more

White-Bell American Legion Post announces high school scholarship selectees

The White Bell American Legion Post 273 has selected the American Legion high-school scholarships to be donated in 2022.  Three high school seniors from our area are each the recipient of a … more

Fayette Rotary presents Happy Can checks

Fayette Rotary President Glenn Ludtke presented two “Happy Can” checks to organizations this month.  The club presented Fayette High School band director Liz Betts and Fayette … more

Upgrades to Paige-Liberty Park underway

Parks Commission member Regina Powell updated the city’s Board of Aldermen during its regular meeting on April 26 about upgrades taking place at Paige-Liberty Park in Fayette. Powell and … more

Fishing club hopes to earn grant for D.C. Rogers

Two members of Mexico BassMasters, Inc., a bass fishing club based in nearby Columbia, pitched a plan to the Fayette city council to help restore a handicapped access ramp at D.C. Rogers … more

Rocheport couple charged with rape, child endangerment

Two people are in custody at the Howard County Jail charged with rape and child endangerment. Jeremy James Cudney, 32, and Cassandra Elaine Cudney, 32, both of Rocheport, were arrested on Monday, … more

July 4 fireworks display will cost more this year

The cost for the city to put on the annual Independence Day fireworks display has gone up. The city council voted last week to pay an additional $700 for the same display as last year. Record high … more

Local delegates named to 2022 Boys State

One junior from Fayette High School and one junior from New Franklin High School have been selected for this year’s American Legion Boys State of Missouri, which will be held at Lindenwood … more

McMillans celebrate 65th Wedding Anniversary

Howard and Joann (Fuemmeler) McMillan will celebrate their 65th Wedding Anniversary with an open house in their honor from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. on Sunday, May 8 at the Knights Of Columbus Hall in … more

Ribbon-cutting for Katy Trail bridge Friday

Missouri State Parks invites the public to a ribbon-cutting for the new Salt Creek Bridge on the Katy Trail at 2 p.m. on Friday, May 6. The old bridge was washed off its piling during a 2019 flood of … more

CMU invited to participate in second chance Pell experiment

Central Methodist University has been selected by the U.S. Department of Education to help incarcerated individuals access educational programs as part of federal efforts to support reentry, empower … more

Central Partners with Rockhurst for OTD

Fayette, Mo. – Thanks to a new articulation agreement between institutions, occupational therapy assistant (OTA) students at Central Methodist University will now have the chance to be … more

FHS musicians compete in State Music Festival

Six Fayette High School individual music students, and three ensembles took home top honors from the State Music Festival held last week at the University of Missouri.  Five soloists and two … more

Apply for MDC elk and bear permits online

Apply May 1-31 online at mdc.mo.gov/buypermits. JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) encourages Missouri hunters to apply for elk-hunting and bear-hunting … more

City closes bridge on Spring St. near elementary school

A bridge on Spring Street next to Daly Elementary school is closed until further notice. Erosion discovered near a new sewer pipe has compromised the integrity of the bridge. “It’s … more

Walking route for Endless Options block party

Those who would like to participate in the walk for the Endless Options block party this weekend are encouraged to meet at the bandstand on the Fayette courthouse square at 10 a.m. … more

Final demolitions prepare for new CMU building

Final demolitions took place last week in preparation for the new three-story building that will go up on the west side of the square. Two buildings were torn down on the north side of West Morrison … more

On the Move: The Attic will re-open in new location next week

The Attic, which has served customers for several years from its storefront at 110 W. Morrison on the square in Fayette, is on the move.  The thrift boutique is scheduled for a soft opening … more

Survey: most parents approve of four-day school week

A recent survey of parents of students in the Fayette school district showed that most hold a positive view of the four-day school week. The positivity rate increases at higher grade levels. An … more
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