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New Franklin BOE votes to up para pay

The New Franklin Board of Education voted unanimously to increase the wage schedule for the district’s paraprofessionals at its regular monthly meeting on Wednesday, November 17. “We … more

Winter commencement Dec. 4

The Central Methodist University winter commencement ceremony on December 4 will mark the end of a long and challenging journey for the 300-plus students eligible to take part. The ceremony will … more

Named to All-State Choir

On Saturday November 6, Fayette senior Gracie Doolin was selected for the 2022 Missouri All-State Choir as a first alternate soprano.   Doolin is the daughter of Brent and Emily … more

Optimist Club honors students of the month

The Fayette Optimist Club recognized November students of the month at Clark Middle School at its recent meeting. more

60th Anniversary

Jack and Fannie Chipley are celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary today, November 24. The family is requesting cards be sent to the couple in honor of this special occasion. more

Bicentennial Quilt Exhibition to Continue

The State Historical Society of Missouri is extending the exhibition of the Missouri Bicentennial Quilt through the fall of 2022. The quilt, featuring blocks from all 114 Missouri counties and the … more

Local blood drives to aid in blood and platelet shortage

As many prepare to celebrate Thanksgiving and look ahead at a busy holiday season, the American Red Cross encourages eligible donors across the country to harness their humanity by giving blood or … more

Donates to food pantry

The Lincoln Public School Committee in Fayette on Saturday donated more than 100 food items to the Fayette Food Pantry. Items were collected by members of the committee. Accepting the donation was … more


The Fayette High School football team defeated Sweet Springs 46-6 to win the Class 1 District 5 championship at home on Friday. Fayette now moves on to face L&C Conference rival Marceline in the … more

Council votes to authorize demolition permit for downtown redevelopment

The Fayette City Council passed a resolution to authorize a demolition permit for nearly a block of buildings on the west side of the downtown square. The action came during its regular meeting on … more

Changes to ordinance aimed to curb parking issues

One possible solution to downtown parking woes is now on the books. At its regular meeting on Tuesday, November 9, the Fayette Board of Aldermen gave unanimous passage to an amendment to parking … more

City council adopts trashcan ordinance

Twenty-two weeks after voting to create a new ordinance that limits times when trash receptacles may be placed in front of homes, the Fayette city council passed the new law. Effective immediately, … more

Christmas parade Dec. 4

The annual Christmas parade in downtown Fayette is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, December 4. Presented by Fayette Main Street, Inc., the Lighted Christmas Parade invites entries from … more

Main St. to host Turkey Trot 5k on Nov. 27

Those of us who overeat on Thanksgiving will have a chance to burn off those extra calories. Fayette Main Street will host a Turkey Trot 5k downtown Fayette on the morning of Saturday, November 27. … more

Library Lines

The holidays are rapidly approaching and most people are very busy this time of year with shopping, baking and re-uniting with friends and family, especially this year as we are emerging from the … more

CMU Chorale Tour takes off November 18

For the first time under the direction of Dr. Patrick Dill, the Central Methodist University Chorale singers will soon set off for a tour of Missouri churches and high schools. The Chorale will set … more

OATS under federal face covering law

OATS Transit is open for regular transportation service. OATS Transit follows Federal Transit Administration requirements, which means face masks must be worn on public transit due to COVID-19 … more

Higbee Lions Club spaghetti fundraiser November 27

The Higbee Lions Club will hold a fundraiser on Saturday, November 27, at Cooper’s Oak Winery/ Skullsplitter Spirits Distillery in Higbee. A dinner will be served starting at 4:30 p.m. … more

Annual OJO community Thanksgiving dinner Nov. 20

The Ordinary Jane Organization will host its annual community Thanksgiving dinner on Saturday, November 20 at Schnell Hall in Fayette.  Members of the community are invited to dine in … more
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