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Coyote Hill approved for nearly $500k in Neighborhood Assistance Program

Coyote Hill, a foster care organization working to end child abuse and neglect in this generation, has been approved to receive tax credits through the Neighborhood Assistance Program (NAP) in the … more

HEC’s Wiswall received Director Gold Credential certificate

Howard Electric Cooperative’s board secretary, Debbie Wiswall, recently received the Director Gold Credential certificate from the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA). An … more

Fayette man jailed, charged after allegedly breaking into house with gun

A Fayette man is in jail after he allegedly broke into a rural Howard County home while brandishing a handgun and injuring a woman inside late Wednesday night. Johnathon P. Allphin, 32, faces charges … more

Cub Scouts to hold recruiting event at City Park

All kids in grades Kindergarten through fourth are invited to check out Cub Scouts at Fayette City Park on Monday, September 12, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Archery, BB guns, and other games will be available … more

County-wide edition scheduled for October 19

The Fayette Advertiser will print a special county-wide edition of the newspaper that will be distributed for free to every residence in Howard County, along with those in Higbee and … more

C&R Market chain to be sold to Nebraska company

The chain of C&R Markets, including grocery stores in Fayette and Boonville, have reportedly been sold to B&R Stores, Inc. of Lincoln, Nebraska. C&R co-owner Mark Thomas told NEMOnews … more

Council OKs zoning changes for apartments

The owners of Eagle Landing Apartments on the corner of East Davis and Louisiana Ct. in Fayette were cleared to build a new complex by the Fayette city council during its most recent meeting on … more

Central wins enrollment trifecta

The fall semester is under way, and Central Methodist University is standing out among the leaders in the state’s colleges and universities in enrollment, athletics, and community … more

Blessed Nest hosts Grand Opening

Fayette’s newest business held a grand opening on Saturday. The Blessed Nest Boutique features upscale resale consignments along with and new items at its location at 100 East Morrison Street … more

Schwartze to be honored for heroic acts in Howard County house fire

Missouri Capitol Police chief Zim Schwartze will be presented with the Missouri Public Safety medal for heroic life-saving or extraordinary acts beyond the call of duty for her role in trying to save … more

City council approves after-hours answering service

The Fayette city council gave unanimous approval to hire an answering service to handle after-hours calls for emergencies such as power outages and water leaks. The decision came during the … more

CMU to host ribbon cutting of renovated baseball facility Sept. 10

Central Methodist University will host a ribbon cutting on Saturday, September 10 for the newly-renovated Estes Field. A multi-million project to renovate baseball field and Cox Softball Complex on … more

Head-on crash injures four, including two infants

A head-on crash sent a 29-year-old Fayette woman to the hospital in serious condition along with her two infants and a teenager from Harrisburg on Tuesday evening, August 23.  According to a … more

MAEDC announces departure of President Michael Bugalski

Moberly Area Economic Development Corporation (MAEDC) announces the departure of its president, Michael Bugalski, effective September 2, 2022. Bugalski will remain in the community as he pursues a … more

Fall show at Ashby-Hodge Gallery of American Art opens September 4

The fall 2022 exhibit at the Ashby-Hodge Gallery of American Art, on the campus of Central Methodist University, will open on September 4 and will feature a prominent classical abstractionist who … more

Howard Electric Cooperative donates to local food banks

Howard Electric Cooperative in Fayette recently made donations to foob banks in Fayette, Glasgow and New Franklin. The funding is part of the cooperative’s 2022 Sharing Success Program. Howard Electric employees Emily Bange and Jenny Vroman, along with board member George Frink, presented a $1,500 check to the Fayette Food Bank coordinator Emily Doolin to help fund the Food Bank and the Buddy Pack Program. Employee Tracy Neville presented a $1,000 check to Tammy Meyer with the Glasgow Food Bank Program. Bange also presented a $1,000 check to MaryBeth Sokolski with the New Franklin Food Bank Program. more

First-degree murder charge filed in shooting death of CMU football player

A charge of first-degree murder has been filed against a 23-year-old Memphis, Tennessee, man held in the shooting death of Central Methodist University football player Torrance … more

Enrollment up slightly as Fayette begins school year

Students in area schools, including those in Howard County, returned to classes on Tuesday. The Fayette R-III school district begins the fall semester with a primarily new administration, around a … more

New Franklin BOE approves budget, COVID-19 plan

The New Franklin Board of Education approved the latest tax rate, the district’s revised budget, and the district’s new COVID-19 response plan heading into the new school year at its … more

Fayette BOE discusses wrestling program

Fayette’s Board of Education tasked the district’s newest superintendent, Brent Doolin, with bringing further information to a future meeting regarding the proposal to add a wrestling … more
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