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Juneteenth 2021 Grand Marshals Announced

With the 2021 Juneteenth celebration approaching in just over a week, the St. Paul United Methodist Church and the Juneteenth Celebration Committee have announce the Grand Marshals for this … more

Fayette Optimist Power Pull returns

The popular Fayette Power Pull, presented by the Fayette Optimist Club, is returning this year. After cancellation a year ago due to the pandemic, the popular event is coming back to the Howard … more

Howard County farmer directs $2,500 to Fayette FFA

 RG and Marilyn Kirby recently directed a $2,500 Bayer Fund America’s Farmers Grow Communities donation to the Fayette FFA Chapter. The agriculture department will use the funds to make … more

Plans forming for July 4 Party in the Park

Plans are moving forward for this year’s Independence Day Party in the Park. Since July 4 falls on a Sunday this year, events are expected to begin later in the afternoon in the Fayette City … more

Attic and EO back open

The Attic in Fayette is back open to full capacity on the south side of the downtown Fayette square.  The retail arm of Endless Options, Inc., in Fayette, the Attic sells second-hand clothing … more

Awarded Optimist Club scholarships

The Fayette Optimist Club announced the winners of its annual scholarships awarded to graduating Fayette seniors. Breanna Estes (center) and Jonathan Ebbesmeyer (right) were each awarded a … more

Peacemakers present Quilt of Valor to USMC veteran

Fayette’s Memorial Day service made a triumphant return before an appreciative crowd on Sunday afternoon. Participants delivered heartfelt messages of appreciation and remembrance for those men … more

Kids Market opens June 5

The first-ever Kids Market in Fayette is set to open up shop on Saturday. Young entrepreneurs from around Howard County will be on the courthouse square from 9 to 11 a.m. to sell a multitude of items … more

Howard County Fair is on for 2021

The Howard County Fair is a go for 2021. The annual event is set to run as normal from June 21 through 27 at the Howard County Fairgrounds. The only major change this year will be made to the fair … more

Juneteenth celebration ‘In This Together’ set for June 18-20

St. Paul United Methodist Church and the Juneteenth Celebration Committee are making final preparations for Fayette’s 21st Juneteenth celebration, June 18 through 20. This year’s theme is … more

Drug task force arrests two in Fayette

Law enforcement officers from the East Central Drug Task Force made two separate arrests related to drug trafficking in Fayette on Thursday, May 27.  Shortly before 9 a.m. task force members, … more

Fayette and Harrisburg to square off at Busch Stadium

The Fayette Falcons and Harrisburg Bulldogs baseball teams, along with the St. Louis Cardinals, have announced their participation in the Cardinal’s Amateur Game program. On select dates … more

Fayette Graduates 42

Forty of 42 Fayette High School’s graduating seniors walked across the stage and received their diplomas during the annual commencement ceremony on Sunday afternoon. The event marked a return … more

Miknan’s owner named Rotary Business Leader of the Year

Leremie Shaffer, owner of Miknan’s Main Street Pub in Fayette, has been named the Fayette Rotary Club’s Business Leader of the Year.  Jamie Page, chair of the selection … more

Fayette BOE approves teacher raises

The Fayette R-III Board of Education approved a raise to the base salary for teachers during its regular meeting on Wednesday, May 19. The board was handed two proposals, a raise of $1,000 or a … more

City signs deal with new trash service

The City of Fayette has entered into a contract with a new trash service company. RTS Waste Services LLC, of rural Slater, will begin collecting trash in Fayette on June 1. The decision to change … more

Juneteenth 2021: “In This Together”

St. Paul United Methodist Church and the Juneteenth Celebration Committee are finalizing plans for the 21st Juneteenth celebration, which will take place from June 18 through 20. The theme this year … more

Santa Fe Trail display now open in New Franklin

A brand-new exhibit featuring Women of the Santa Fe Trail, Santa Fe Traders, Santa Fe Trail, Forts, and Franklin is on display at the South Howard County Historical Society Museum in New Franklin. … more

Teen jailed after leading police on high-speed chases

A Fayette teenager is in custody in the Howard County Jail on a $20,000 cash-only bond after he allegedly led police on two high-speed chases. Levi Jordan Richerson, 18, faces charges of first-degree … more

Gov. Parson applauds Howard County’s ACT Work Ready certification

Howard County has taken a major step forward in attracting business here with a certification as an ACT Work Ready Community. The county reached the status in April. The Work Ready initiative is an … more
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