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Plan approved for Spring St. bridge repair

A preliminary plan is ready, and construction can start as soon as school lets out. That was the statement from Don Jenkins of MECO Engineering Co. regarding the repair of the Spring Street bridge. … more

Young Howard County farmers attend leadership conference

Approximately a dozen young Howard County farmers joined more than 600 from the across the state February 10-12 at Margaritaville Resort at the Lake of the Ozarks for Missouri Farm Bureau's (MOFB) … more

Work progressing on Hwy. 40 Bridge over Salt Creek

A bridge replacement on Highway 40 in southern Howard County is moving along steadily. Work began in June to replace the 80-year-old bridge over Salt Creek and the Katy Trail. The project is among … more

Five Glasgow city council candidates disqualified after failure to file with state ethics commission

The names of five candidates running for three seats on Glasgow’s Board of Aldermen will not appear on April 4 ballot after the Missouri Ethics Commission found they did not file financial … more

Fayette senior earns full-tuition CMU scholarship

Fayette High School student Wesley Miner was one of two Missouri seniors to win a full-tuition scholarship to attend Central Methodist University starting next fall. The scholarships are estimated at … more

CMU AT wins state Quiz Bowl, moves on to district round in Omaha

A team of three Central Methodist University athletic training students has earned the honor of representing the state of Missouri in the Mid-America Athletic Trainers’ Association (MAATA) … more

Library Lines - February 2023

Happy February from the Howard County Public Library! February is in full swing and we are having a busy month here! Friday, February 3, was Block Day, as is the first Friday of every month, and we … more

Sheltered Services Board opens grand application cycle

Along with 66 other Missouri counties, and since 1984 de-institutionalization, the Howard County Sheltered Services Board (SB40 Tax Levy Board) has granted funds to meet otherwise unfunded health, … more

Bee’s Knees Taproom brings craft beer, service, and food to Fayette

Fayette beer enthusiasts are abuzz with anticipation about a new restaurant and taproom downtown. Bee’s Knees Taproom at the Nest opened on Tuesday, February 7, on South Main Street, half a … more

MAEDC announces new Director of Business Development

Moberly Area Economic Development Corporation (MAEDC) announces the addition of Kaylee Paffrath as the Director of Business Development. In her role, she will work to support business retention and … more

Fayette Rotary Club gives dictionaries to 3rd graders

One of the Fayette Rotary club’s favorite projects is the Third Grade Dictionary program. Every year, the club purchases and distributes hard-cover illustrated dictionaries to each … more

Grey Willows closes after almost 10 years

A Fayette antique store has permanently closed. Grey Willows announced on Friday that it will not reopen following its annual January break. Owner Cathy Thogmorton opened the store on September … more

Free children’s dental screening February 15

A free dental screening for infants through preschool-aged children will be held from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, February 15, at the Play Center located in the lower level of Fayette High School … more

Fayette Sharks swimming lessons begin March 7

The Fayette Sharks swim team will host swimming lessons for kids starting on Tuesday, March 7, at the Central Methodist University Recreation Center located at the corner of Mulberry and Corprew … more

‘A Taste of Blackness’ to feature soul food, performance from the ‘talking sax’

As part of a monthlong celebration of Black History Month, “A Taste of Blackness” will feature a performance by Eugene “The Talking Sax” Peebles, a soul food dinner, and a few … more

Trivia night rakes in $2,400 for music boosters

The annual trivia night fundraiser for the Fayette Music Boosters brought in $2,234 Saturday night, besting last year’s haul of $2,074.  The winning team was Lucky #7, which won after a … more

Chinese spy balloon spotted over mid-Missouri

A pale white dot against a cloudless winter sky was apparently a Chinese spy balloon. It was spotted moving over central Missouri in the early afternoon of Friday, February 3. The Chinese … more

Anheuser-Busch announces the birth of four new Budweiser Clydesdale foals at Warm Springs Ranch

Warm Springs Ranch, the 300-plus-acre breeding and training facility for the Budweiser Clydesdales in Boonville, Missouri, has four new members of the herd! The four colts (male) were recently born … more

New backup generator installed at Keller

A new generator at the county’s Keller Building will provide standby power and replace the old equipment that has been in place since 1961. The generator and new transfer switch was … more

City Council approves water rate increase

The Fayette Board of Aldermen approved an ordinance to increase water rates for the city’s residential and business customers. The 5-0 vote came during the council’s regular meeting on … more
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