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House, Vandelicht portraits to hang outside of band room

The Swinney Conservatory at Central Methodist University added two more portraits to the entranceway to the band room on Saturday. Students will now pass by Professors Keith House and Skip … more

New Bicentennial Time Capsule Dedicated

The Fayette Bicentennial Committee formally dedicated the new time capsules shortly after the CMU Homecoming parade on Saturday morning. In addition, around two dozen time capsule ambassadors were … more

Falcon Pride Band sweeps marching season

The Fayette Falcon Pride Marching Band has done it again. Fayette won every possible award at the Macon Marching Festival on Saturday, including the coveted Class 1-3 Sweepstakes trophy.   … more

City awarded Conservation Dept. Cost Share/TRIM grant

The City of Fayette will have help paying for its extensive tree projects. The city found out last week it was awarded $10,000 for the Missouri Department of Conservation 2023 Cost Share/TRIM grant. … more

New doctors at Fitzgibbon Clinic

Fitzgibbon Hospital in Marshall has announced the re-location of several of its physicians within outlying medical clinics, including Fayette.   The secondary location for Lorenzo Romney, … more

The Fayette Area Community Theater (FACT) will debut an original musical this weekend. “Oakwood, the Musical” was written by Janet and Bridget Hussey. It will be performed at Tricky Fish … more

Harrisburg man dies in early morning crash

One Harrisburg man is dead, and another is in serious condition following a crash in rural Boone County early Saturday morning.   According to a report filed by the Missouri State Highway … more

City to dedicate cemetery stone November 3

A dedication of a memorial stone placed at the Fayette City Cemetery acknowledging several unmarked graves in the area will take place at 3 p.m. on Friday, November 3. The dedication was originally … more

Commissioners join the Missouri Crunch Off

The Howard County Commission joins schools, preschools, nonprofits, and local food enthusiasts in celebrating Farm to School Month by competing in an eight-state Crunch Off competition. Missouri is … more

Linn Memorial’s Pumpkin Fest promises three times the Halloween fun

Pumpkin Fest is back. The Halloween-themed event, hosted by Rev. Bill O’Neal and Linn Memorial United Methodist Church at the church’s parsonage on Spring Street, will be three times … more

CMU Homecoming 2023

CENTRAL METHODIST UNIVERSITY crowned a new Homecoming King and Queen, and Prince and Princess during halftime of the football game on Saturday. Back row from left: Queen and King Karli Wolfe and … more

CMU Homecoming Saturday

Central Methodist University will honor President Roger Drake and his wife, Judy, for 10 years of leadership during this year’s Homecoming weekend. The Drakes will be honored during a … more

State Marching Champions

The Fayette High School marching band won the Class 2 State Championship in Mokane on Saturday. The championship adds to the Fayette band’s ever-growing trophy case. “Our kids showed … more

Fayette PD to host 2nd annual benefit for Holiday House

For the second year in a row, the Fayette Police Department will be selling pork steaks to benefit the Fayette Holiday House. Officers will serve pork steak dinners from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on … more

Rotary tree transplanted from courthouse to park

A tree planted in 2017 by the Fayette Rotary Club on the lawn of the Howard County Courthouse was transplanted Thursday morning to the Fayette City Park. County commissioners feared the red oak tree … more

Nine Central alums will be honored at special awards brunch Sunday

The Central Methodist University Alumni Board of Directors invites the public to register for the 2023 Alumni Awards Brunch as part of this year’s Homecoming festivities on October 29. … more

FAHA to host Laura Ingalls Wilder presentation

Anyone who has enjoyed the adventurers of Laura and her family and friends in the Little House book series will be interested in the presentation at the Fayette Area Heritage Association annual … more

Council discusses one-way traffic around square

The conductor of a new parking study discussed the option of making traffic one way around the downtown square. John Huss, from OWN, Inc., the engineering firm that performed the analysis, spoke with … more

Morrison Observatory opening to public for guided sessions

Central Missouri residents are invited to view the universe at any of several guided sessions on Thursday evenings at the historic Morrison Observatory operated by Central Methodist University in … more

City, P&Z to consider land annexation

The City of Fayette is considering the annexation of a tract of land along County Road 401 south of town. The property owners wish to develop the land, potentially adding between 12 and 20 … more
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