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Peacemakers seek entries for annual quilt show

Members of the Peacemakers Quilting Group will honor Fayette’s Bicentennial during their annual quilt show in August. “Granny’s Attic: 200 Years of Quilts” will be presented … more

Spayde to receive July 4 Quilt of Valor

Staff Sergeant Theodore L. Spayde U.S. Air Force Ted signed up for delayed enlistment in the Air Force on December 14, 1970. He went on active duty and started six weeks of basic training … more

Full slate for July 4 Party in the Park

The Fayette July 4 Party in the Park is right around the corner, and a full day of events is planned in celebration of our nation’s independence. Tristin Head has taken over the planning … more

FACT presents The Little Mermaid Jr.

The Fayette Area Community Theater will present this year’s summer youth musical, The Little Mermaid Jr. , next weekend at Central Methodist University’s Little Theater. The story … more

Spring St. bridge replacement begins

Demolition of the bridge on Spring Street near Daly Elementary School began on Monday. Crews will replace the bridge, culvert, sidewalk, and fencing. The city council in early June approved a … more

2 Queen contestants, 5 teens compete for fair crowns

Kaylea is the 17-year-old daughter of Tory and Jinger Felten. She will be a senior at Fayette High School this fall. After high school, she plans to attend State Fair Community College to major in AG … more

City threatens no parking for CMU on N. Church St. if trees cut down

The discussion over Central Methodist University’s plan to cut down around a dozen trees along North Church Street in order to widen sidewalks and improve parking has reached a fever pitch. … more

Boricua’s South Street cuts ribbon at grand opening

Fayette’s newest restaurant opened last week. On Saturday, owners, staff, and family officially cut the ribbon at the grand opening of The Boricua’s South Street Family Restaurant, a … more

City to impose $500 fines for ‘disorderly’ properties

The Fayette Board of Aldermen passed a new ordinance Tuesday giving the city power to regulate and prohibit disorderly houses and other nuisances by issuing steep fines. Only four of the six … more

Clark Middle School

Whitlee Allphin Sawyer Asbury Camryn Ballew David Barber Adriaunna Barney Jayden Barnhill Jordan Barnhill Mason Bartlett Blakely Baylor Josie Bentley … more

Central Methodist University Dean’s List

The office of Central Methodist University Provost Rita Gulstad announced recently the students included on the Spring 2023 Dean’s List. Almost 900 students across all campuses and online … more

Named to Westminster College Dean’s List

Maddie Marrero of Rocheport, a junior at Westminster College in Fulton, was named to the Spring 2023 Dean’s List for exemplary academic performance this past semester. A student must … more

Fayette R-III bus fleet earns 100% approval by MSHP

Fayette school district’s buses once again received perfect scores after the most recent inspection by the Missouri State Highway Patrol. All 10 buses were approved by the patrol, earning the … more

City applies for grant to replace aging N. Mulberry St. bridge

The City of Fayette is applying for grant funding through the Missouri Regional Bridge Program to replace a bridge on North Mulberry Street. The bridge crosses a creek between the Central Methodist … more

Jacobs family, Louis Williams named Juneteenth Grand Marshals

The Juneteenth Celebration Committee is proud to honor several Grand Marshals this year. For the first time in the history of the celebration, the committee will recognize an entire family, the … more

51st Optimist Power Pull Saturday at Fairgrounds

The annual Fayette Optimists Power Pull will take place this Saturday, June 17, at the Howard County Fairgrounds in Fayette. Gates open at 2 p.m. and the event starts at 6:30 p.m. The event … more

City seeking donations for fireworks display

The City of Fayette is once again seeking donations to help pay for the annual Independence Day fireworks display at the Fayette City Park. The cost of this year’s show totals $4,200, the … more

Race around the square Saturday

The Howard County Health and Wellness Council is sponsoring a Race Around the Square, in conjunction with this week’s Fayette Juneteenth celebration. Young runners up to fifth grade will … more

Planning underway for July 4 Party in the Park

Planning for Fayette’s annual July 4 Party in the Park is under new leadership this year. Tristan Head is spearheading the family-friendly event held at the Fayette City Park on Independence … more

Howard County Fair Opens Monday

Monday, June 19 4:30 p.m.: Entering & Judging of 4-H/FFA projects 4:30 p.m.: Ham and Bacon Check-in Tuesday, June 20 4 p.m.: Poultry Check-in 5 p.m.: Poultry Show … more
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