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New Franklin facing water, sewer crises

The regular meeting of the New Franklin City Council on Monday April 11 was dominated by discussion of imminent problems with the city’s water and sewer systems.  Mayor Robbey Harvey … more

Local students attend Sophomore Pilgrimage

Three local high school sophomores attended the Sophomore Pilgrimage in Jefferson City recently. Kay Sullivan from Fayette, Olivia Haskamp from Glasgow, and Sophia Held from New Franklin were … more

CMS students attend Honor Choir

Seventh- and eighth-grade choir students from Clark Middle School attended the Honor Choir held at Central Methodist University on Monday, April 11. Kylie Wells, Ella Doolin, Clara Gose, Lainey … more

Pollinator garden installed at sanctuary

Two faculty members at Central Methodist University are spearheading a community garden installation at Central’s Besgrove Hodge Nature Sanctuary. When finished, the garden will not only serve … more

Fayette FFA students attend Youth Leadership Day

Five Fayette High School students were among those from 58 counties to attend the Missouri Farm Bureau Youth Leadership Day in Jefferson City on April 7 to learn about our political system. With the … more

Hartzler staff to hold office hours in Fayette

Vicky Hartzler, U.S. Congresswoman from Missouri’s Fourth Congressional District, announced that a member of her staff will visit Fayette next Wednesday, April 27 to meet with residents and … more

VU makes surprise $50k donation to Paige-Liberty Park

A group working to implement improvements at Paige-Liberty Park in Fayette was surprised with the presentation of a check in the amount of $50,000 from The Veterans United Foundation. The … more

Big turnout for Easter Egg Hunt

More than 200 area youngsters joined in the fun at the annual Lions Club Easter Egg Hunt held Saturday morning at the Fayette City Park. Kids in five age groups captured around 2,000 plastic eggs … more

Walker-Winter Insurances changes name to ‘Heritage’

Walker-Winter Insurance, a full-service insurance agency located on South Main Street in Fayette, announced Friday that it has changed its name to “Heritage.” Owner Caleb Walker said the … more

Write-in candidates dominate ballots in Fayette, New Franklin

Tuesday’s municipal and school board elections were unconventional as seven races were decided by write-in votes. Some of those candidates had certified themselves as write-ins, some had not. … more

Endless Options party set for April 30

Endless Options, Inc. will hold a community stroll and block party on Saturday April 30 from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m., at the EO Recycles building, 200 Furr Street in Fayette.  The event will … more

Local Rotary club helps fund international polio eradication project this April

The Fayette Rotary Club will join Rotary clubs around the world from April 24 to 30 to observe World Immunization Week.  Club members will have the opportunity to donate money to Polio-Plus, … more

Local Easter services

Spring is officially here and with it the season of Lent. As we near Easter, community members may be wondering where they can attend Resurrection Weekend worship services. The following is a list … more

CMS singers take part in honors choir

Eight students from Clark Middle School attended the Northeast District Sixth-Grade Honors Choir Clinic and Concert held on Monday, April 4 at the Moberly Area Community College Activities Center. … more

Perry Lecture Addresses Faith and Science

Fayette, Mo. – The Thomas A. Perry Faith and Science Lecture was held on campus at Central Methodist University on Thursday for the first time since 2019, as Central welcomed Dr. Paula Findlen … more

New film from New Franklin native to hit local theaters in April, May

A locally-produced comedy feature film has received recent critical success and can be seen in mid-Missouri cinemas beginning April 15. The Soul Graffiti, written and directed by native Missouri … more

Central partners with Windsor High School for dual credit courses

Central Methodist University will be partnering with Henry County R-1 Windsor High School to offer dual credit courses for students planning to enter the education field. The partnership is being … more

Partnership will facilitate transfers from Ozark Tech. to Central Methodist

Central Methodist University and Ozarks Technical College (OTC) have signed an articulation agreement which will assist OTC students to seamlessly transfer from an associate of occupational therapy … more

Huster, Stornello crowned FHS Prom Royalty

Chloe Huster and Matthew Stornello were crowned 2022 Prom Queen and King at the Fayette High School prom at Linn Memorial United Methodist Church at Central Methodist University on Saturday … more

Delegates named for Girls State

Three juniors from Fayette High School were selected for this year’s American Legion Auxiliary Missouri Girls State, which will be held at Lindenwood University in St. Charles on June 11-18. … more
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