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Missouri Aeronautical Chart is now available

The 2022-2023 Missouri Aeronautical Chart has been updated and is now available to pilots and other aviation enthusiasts. A planning tool for pilots and users of Missouri’s aviation system, … more

Driver examination stations close statewide for Juneteenth

The Missouri State Highway Patrol would like to remind the public that driver examination stations throughout the state will be closed on the following date: Monday, June 20, 2022, in observance … more

Arrow Rock Celebrates the 50th Anniversary of ‘Tom Sawyer’

On this Fourth of July, Arrow Rock, Missouri will host a spectacular three-day 50th anniversary celebration of an American literary and film musical classic, Tom Sawyer. In the Summer of 1972, … more

Kids Market opens

The popular Kids Market kicked off its summer season on the west side of the courthouse square on Saturday morning.  More than a dozen booths were open with young entrepreneurs from around … more

Juneteenth names five Grand Marshalls

This year St. Paul United Methodist Church and the Juneteenth Celebration Committee are proud to honor five special individuals as grand marshals for the 2022 celebration. The annual Juneteenth … more

Monthly trash rate to increase by $1 next month

The charge for trash pickup will rise by one dollar next month for Fayette residents. The increase was included in the contract signed last year by the City of Fayette and RTS Waste Services, … more

Optimist Power Pull turns 50

The annual Fayette Power Pull returns this month for its golden anniversary. Presented yearly by the Fayette Optimist Club, the popular event kicks off on Saturday, June 18 at the Howard County … more

Farm Bureau Strawberry Festival June 14

Howard County Farm Bureau will host its annual Strawberry Festival at the Fayette City Park on Tuesday, June 14. The event will feature local, county, and state elected officials who will each be … more

Howard County Fair to run June 21-26

The annual Howard County Fair will kick off on Tuesday, June 21 and continue through Sunday, June 26 at the Howard County Fairgrounds. The carnival will return this year beginning at 6 p.m. on … more

Route 40 bridge replacement began this week

The replacement of the U.S. Route 40 bridge over Salt Creek and the Katy Trail began on Monday, June 6.  The 80-year-old bridge, that crosses Salt Creek west of Highway 240 and east of New … more

Rotary donates to Fayette’s Holiday House

The Fayette Rotary Club made a donation in the amount of $100 to Fayette’s Christmas Holiday House. The Christmas Holiday House project distributes toys, games, art supplies, books, hats, … more

MoDOT reveals massive transportation spending plan, focuses on maintenance

Despite a historic increase in revenue, Missouri has only enough money to maintain its transportation infrastructure while making modest, or desperately needed, improvements. The Missouri … more

Isle of Capri donates to PAWS

The Isle of Capri recently donated $728 to PAWS (Pet Adoption and Welfare Service). PAWS Co-Chair Nancy Shepherd and her adorable dog "China" accepted the donation on May 4th.  more

Besgrove awarded Quilt of Valor

Fayette resident and U.S. Navy veteran Kirk Besgrove was awarded a Quilt of Valor by the Peacemakers Quilters for his 25-year career in service to this nation. Serendipitously, at the same time … more

City to pursue Public Safety Tax

The City of Fayette will place the issue of adding a public sales tax before voters during the upcoming midterm election in November. If approved, the city sales tax would increase from one cent, to … more

Four days of celebration planned for Fayette’s 22nd Juneteenth

St. Paul United Methodist Church and the Juneteenth Celebration Committee are making final plans to host the 22nd-annual Juneteenth celebration. This year’s celebration will extend to four days … more

City hires former county clerk to help with ARPA accounting

The City of Fayette has hired former Howard County Clerk Kathyrne Harper to help the city account for ARPA funding.  The city received around $495,000 from the $1.9 trillion American Rescue … more

Kids Market returns Saturday

The Kids Market returns this weekend to Fayette’s downtown square. Presented by Fayette Main Street, Inc., the popular event will be held on the first two Saturdays of June, July, and … more

Rotary ‘Happy Can’ monies go to pool passes, fireworks

Fayette Rotary President Glenn Ludtke (left) presented two “Happy Can” checks to Fayette City Clerk Tara Kunze (right) toward the annual Independence Day fireworks display, and for two … more

City closes CMU pistol rage at DC Rogers

The pistol range at DC Rogers Lake has been closed until further notice. The range was recently built by Central Methodist for the university’s Eagle Elite pistol competition team. The problem … more
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