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$5.5 million sewer project has officially begun

The long-awaited sewer project in Fayette is now underway. The Fayette City Council granted unanimous approval to an agreement between the city and Missouri Public Utilities Commission and authorized … more

Fayette couple working to improve baby-care products

A new Fayette company is setting out to introduce better and more environmentally-friendly products to the baby care industry. Tiny Tot Innovations, founded by Cortney and John Pettit of Fayette, … more

Governor Parson launches ‘MO VIP’ campaign

(JEFFERSON CITY, MO) –On Wednesday, June 21, during a press conference at the State Capitol, Governor Mike Parson announced the launch of a statewide COVID-19 vaccination incentive program, MO … more

Fayette Rotary donates to 3 local organizations

The Fayette Rotary made donations of in the amounts of $100 each to three local organizations. Checks were given to to the Fayette Music Boosters, the Fayette Athletic Boosters, and the Scouts of … more

Bicentennial Quilt will be on display at Peacemakers Quilt Show on Saturday

The Peacemakers Quilters Group encourage everyone to attend the annual Quilt Show on Saturday, July 31, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the sanctuary of Linn Memorial United Methodist Church on the campus … more

Backpack giveaway at Paige-Liberty Park

The 12th annual Memorial Day Weekend celebration was postponed this year due to COVID-19. It will be held instead on July 31, from 4 to 6 p.m. at Paige-Liberty Park. Proceeds go to the Terry L. Bush … more

Former church gives back to community

It’s the end of an era for the New Franklin Disciples of Christ Christian Church, but not the end of its place in the community and local history. The church held a decommissioning service on … more

Muntzel upcoming book signings

David Muntzel, known in this area for having served as 48th District Missouri House State Representative over the past eight years, has released his book, “Light Side.” Muntzel’s … more

School supply tax holiday August 6-8

The State of Missouri will hold its annual sales tax holiday for school supplies August 6-8 this year.  Purchases that qualify for the tax holiday include clothing, school supplies, computers … more

‘Temporary’ roof could last another 5 years

A downtown Fayette eyesore will not be fixed anytime soon. According to the building’s owner, Dan Ruether, of Columbia, the “temporary” roof installed over 114 and 116 North Church … more

Citywide Garage Sale August 14

The annual Fayette Citywide Garage Sale has been will be held on Saturday, August 14. To have your ad included with the publication list of sales, email it to: advertising@fayettenews.com or … more

Alexander receives President’s Medal

Central Methodist University honored a man without whom the college might not exist, and presented him with its highest honor Thursday evening. During a celebration recognizing the contributions of … more

Fayette grad awarded Howard Electric lineman scholarship

A recent Fayette High School graduate has earned a scholarship from Howard Electric, to help pay for training to become a lineman. Cody Hilgedick was awarded the $1,000 Howard Electric Lineman … more

Workshop to energize teachers for fall

Fayette, Mo. – K-12 teachers across the state have a golden opportunity to prepare for the fall with a Teacher Energizer Workshop held on Thursday, August 5 in Trenton, Missouri. The … more

Still no action on demand for yard waste pickup

The issue of yard waste collection was again put before the city council at its regular meeting on July 13. The city recently entered into an agreement with a new trash collection company, RTS Waste … more

City moves forward on tree trimming

Local students named to CMU Dean’s List

Central Methodist University provost Dr. Rita Gulstad announced recently the students included on the Spring 2021 Dean's List. Nearly 1,000 students across all campuses and online learning met the … more

CMU art gallery hosting deaccession sale

The Ashby-Hodge Gallery of American Art at Central Methodist University is hosting its first-ever deaccession sale next week, July 30, 31, and August 1. The gallery is selling some of its collection … more

New Franklin Mayor Resigns

The Mayor of New Franklin has resigned. Newt Arbogast announced at the regular meeting of the city council on Monday, July 12, that he will step down effective July 30. Ward 2 Alderman and Mayor Pro … more

Courthouse sustains water damage during abnormally wet spring

A forensic engineer flew a drone over The Howard County Courthouse in downtown Fayette last week to examine water damage that occurred in May. Water entered the northwest tower of the 137-year-old … more
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