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The Lodge expands, opens new building

The Lodge, an assisted living facility located just south of Fayette on State Route DD, opened a new building on October 1. The new structure increases The Lodge’s residential capacity by … more

MDC reminds deer hunters of CWD mandatory sampling Nov. 13-14

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reminds deer hunters that it will be holding mandatory CWD sampling during opening weekend of the November portion of firearms season, Nov. 13 and 14, … more

Last day to sign up for Holiday House this weekend

The Christmas Holiday House registration wraps up its sign-ups for families who wish to participate this season, with a final registration session at the First Baptist Church education building in … more

Saturday: trivia night

The Fayette Rotary Club will hold its annual trivia night this Saturday, November 13 at the St. Joseph’s Catholic Church Hall. The event will help raise funds to help fund several of the … more

Trick-or-Treaters pack Main Street

The annual Trunk-or-Treat downtown Fayette returned in grand fashion Sunday. A year after it was limited to only a drive-thru style event due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the popular gathering drew more … more

NF schools honor roll released for first quarter

The following students were named to New Franklin Schools’ honor roll for the first quarter of the 2021-22 school year. Students are listed under the teacher’s name, beginning with … more

Unmarked grave found while digging new sewer

Crews working on the city’s current sewer replacement project received a macabre surprise when they located an unmarked grave near the Fayette City Cemetery. Work was briefly halted on Tuesday, … more

Glasgow man dies on car crash

A Glasgow man is dead following a crash in rural Howard County on Friday afternoon.  According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Gary L. Fuemmeler, 64, was westbound on State Route V, one … more

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Property tax forms have been mailed out

Howard County Collector Jinger Felten has mailed out 2021 Howard County Real Estate and Personal Property tax statements along with any delinquent tax due. Anyone who has bought, sold, or owns real … more

Daylight saving ends Sunday

 Daylight saving time officially ends at 2 a.m. Sunday, November 7, which means everyone who is diurnal (not nocturnal) will get an extra hour to sleep. Don’t forget to “fall … more

Temporary benefit increase for Missouri WIC participants

Missouri WIC is temporarily increasing the Cash Value Benefit for Fruit and Vegetable Purchases (CVB) during November and December to $24 per month for children, $43 per month for pregnant and … more

Calving clinics set for November 9 and 11

University of Missouri Extension will hold calving clinics on Nov 9 in Salisbury and Nov. 11 in Clark. MU Extension livestock specialist Heather Conrow says the clinics include classroom sessions … more

Halloween costume contest

The annual Halloween Costume Contest presented by the GFWC Golden Study Club made a big return Sunday afternoon. The event, which has been a tradition in Fayette since 1954, was canceled a year ago … more

Dinner to benefit Will Beaman and family this Saturday at St. Joseph’s

The local 4-H clubs and  Fayette FFA, along with friends and family of Will Beaman, are sponsoring a benefit dinner this Saturday evening.  The benefit will help raise funds to support … more

Cold weather rule now in effect

The Missouri Public Service Commission’s Cold Weather Rule, designed to help customers with heat-related utility bills, began on November 1. The rule will remain in effect through March 31, … more

Optimists honor October students of the month

The Optimist Club honored students of the month from Clark Middle School this October.  more

Demolition of overpass to temporarily close lanes of Interstate 70

The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) is advising Interstate 70 travelers to be prepared for slower travel west of Columbia next weekend as demolition of the Sorrels Overpass Drive bridge … more

Redevelopment planned for square’s west side

Major plans have been announced regarding the redevelopment of nearly a block of buildings on the west side of the downtown square in Fayette. Central Methodist University President Roger Drake … more

CMU Homecoming returns this weekend

Central Methodist University Homecoming is making its return in a big way this weekend, with more than 20 events on the schedule. A year after the limited festivities were held online, Central alumni … more
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