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Former students among new CMU faculty

Central Methodist University has welcomed several new members of the faculty ahead of the start of classes on August 21, all eager to get started connecting with students. Multiple new professors are … more

City council discusses parking issues

Parking was the main topic of discussion for the Fayette Board of Aldermen Tuesday night. Council members voted to ban parking on a portion of Oaklawn Avenue, discussed current restrictions on Spring … more

Auditions for FACT musical ‘Oakwood’ Aug. 25-27

The Fayette Area Community Theater (FACT) is holding auditions for the upcoming musical production of “Oakwood” on August 25-27 at Tricky Fish Community Room in downtown Fayette. … more

2023 Festival of the Arts Youth Art Show Winners

Judge’s Best of Show and People’s Choice - “Asa” by Leah Lembke Elementary School Awards Acrylic Painting 1 st Place - "House" by Raylan Mae Stone Acrylic … more

New Franklin schools begin classes August 22, 2023

School officials at New Franklin R-1 Schools are preparing for the opening of the 2023-2024 school year. The first day of classes for all students will be Tuesday, August 22, 2023, with elementary … more

The Joseph Shepard/Joseph Davis House

The Joseph Shepard/Joseph Davis House is located at 208 South Main Street and is reputed to be the oldest brick residence in Fayette, having been built in approximately 1828. The Elisha Witt Tavern … more

MSHP: Watch for students returning to school

August has arrived and with it the 2023-2024 school year. The Missouri State Highway Patrol would like to encourage parents to include conversations about safety when preparing their student for … more

Celebrating 200 years

The Missouri legislature officially recognized Fayette’s Bicentennial on Saturday afternoon during a presentation at the Fayette Festival of the Arts. Representative Tim Taylor, R-48, presented … more

CMU enters historic partnership with American University of Nigeria

Central Methodist University entered into a historic partnership this week, signing an international memorandum of understanding with the American University of Nigeria on Wednesday afternoon. … more

Adult Art Show Awards

2023 Fayette Festival of the Arts Adult Art Show Awards The Adult Art Show displayed its artworks at the Ashby Hodge Gallery of American Art on Central Methodist University's campus. The youth … more

Bicentennial Poster Winners

The winners of the Fayette Bicentennial Poster Contest were announced during the Fayette Festival of the Arts on Saturday. The posters are on display in the front windows of a building on the south … more

CMU football coach optimistic about coaching debut

Exactly 30 days before the opening of the 2023 season, CMU’s newest head football coach, Dave Brown, said that how quickly his team can compete in the Heart will be determined by how fast his … more

Fayette Festival of the Arts Saturday

The Fayette Festival of the Arts returns to the downtown courthouse square and CMU campus on Saturday for its 13th season. The event has become a draw for art and music lovers from across the state. … more

BTC Bank donates $5k for FHS game livestreams

BTC Bank in Fayette pledged an ongoing donation in the amount of $5,000 to help the Fayette Athletic Boosters purchase a subscription to the sports application HUDL for the purpose of live-streaming … more

Council mulls parking restrictions on Oaklawn Ave.

The Fayette city council is considering the restriction of parking on all, or at least a portion of, Watts Avenue. Jocelyn Hutchinson, a resident of the street, asked the city council to address … more

Council approves fee increases at city pound

The City of Fayette has increased charges made for stray dogs that are picked up and sheltered in the dog pound. City Marshal David Ford initially presented increases at the city council’s … more

CMU basketball camps a success

The Central Methodist University summer basketball camps were another huge success for the men’s basketball program this year. Around 80 kids attended the June camp, with approximately 60 at … more

City council votes to put Humvee up for bid

The City of Fayette is selling its Humvee. The all-terrain military vehicle was acquired in 2012 by then City Marshal Jeff Oswald under a Department of Defense (DOD) program that decommissions … more

PSC Approves Change In Evergy Missouri Metro DSIM Charge

The Missouri Public Service Commission has approved a request filed by Evergy Metro, Inc. d/b/a Evergy Missouri Metro to adjust the Demand Side Programs Investment Mechanism (DSIM) charge on customer … more
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