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Council raises water rates

The cost of water for Fayette customers went up again and will increase by at least 5% every year hereafter. Fayette’s Board of Aldermen voted for a $1 increase per 1,000 gallons of water … more

Ministerial Alliance plans for MLK Day celebrations

“Living the Dream: It Starts With Me   Spreading Hope, Courage and Unity” On Sunday, Jan. 14, Fayette will come together to celebrate the life and legacy of the late … more

Local Scout Leland Schnieders spearheads Eagle Project, builds community hammock village

In a remarkable display of leadership and community spirit, local Scouts BSA Troop 62 member Leland Schnieders recently completed an ambitious Eagle Scout project that has added a new dimension to … more

Howard County Regional Museum in the works

A new organization formed in Fayette is in the early stages of developing a Howard Country Regional Historical Museum. Its focus will be to preserve and to interpret the area of Howard County, past … more

City issues new policy in wake of police scandal

The City of Fayette and the Fayette Police Department announced Thursday morning sweeping changes to its policy regarding the destruction of evidence. The changes come in the wake of a scandal within … more

City issues new policy in wake of police scandal

The City of Fayette and the Fayette Police Department announced Thursday morning sweeping changes to its policy regarding the destruction of evidence. The changes come in the wake of a scandal within … more

Fayette PD under pressure after drug evidence found disposed in dumpster

The Fayette Police Department is facing intense scrutiny after drugs in evidence bags from old case files were discarded into a dumpster. The cases allegedly dated back to the early 2000s, and … more

Council votes to annex land south of town

The City of Fayette grew in size last week, by just a little bit. The city council on Tuesday, December 13 voted 5-1 to annex around 20 acres of land that are planned for development. The land … more

Business community honors Asbury at retirement reception

Dozens of business members from Moberly and Howard counties said their goodbyes during a retirement reception for Randy Asbury, President of the Moberly Area Economic Development Corporation. The … more

Two fatal crashes Sat. on Howard County roads

The people were killed in separate single-car crashes on Howard County roadways on Saturday. A Moberly man was arrested after an early-morning car crash on MO 124 in Howard County left his … more

Area churches to hold Christmas services

With the holiday season in full swing, many local parishioners are wondering where they can attend Christmas worship services this season. The following is a list of churches that have announced … more

Santa Claus Cleared to Spread Christmas Cheer

Director of Agriculture Chris Chinn and Missouri State Veterinarian Dr. Steve Strubberg have approved livestock movement papers for nine reindeer. Mr. Santa Claus from The North Pole applied for the … more

Stidham files for Mayor of Fayette

Former Fayette Mayor Greg Stidham wants to give it another go. He made his candidacy official on the first day of the filing period that opened on December 5. Current Fayette Mayor Jeremy Dawson … more

Burton named Higbee District Superintendent

High School principal Tanner Burton has been named the new superintendent of the Higbee School District. Current superintendent Tyler Walker announced last month he will leave his post after … more

Community Christmas Dinner December 25

The Fayette First Christian Church will once again host a free Christmas Day community dinner. Meals will be served for dine-in and carry-out, from 4 to 6 p.m. on December 25 at the church, … more

Brenda Dougherty Joins BTC Bank as Vice President and Loan Officer in Fayette

BTC Bank last week announced the addition of Brenda Dougherty as Vice President, Loan Officer at its Fayette location. With more than 25 years of banking experience, Dougherty brings a wealth of … more

Making a Difference

Members of Howard County’s American Legion Post 273 in Fayette and Post 211 in Glasgow recently joined together to serve families staying at Harry S. Truman Memorial Veterans’ … more

Letters to Santa

Dear Santa, My name is Marshall Chipley. I have been a good boy this year. I would like a fishing pole box (red), new red chair, WildKrats with creature power discs, red fishing pole. Please … more

CMU winter band concert Sunday in Linn UMC

The outstanding Central Methodist University concert band will perform its annual winter concert at 3 p.m. on Sunday in Linn Memorial Church. Interim Director of Bands, Dr. Dori Waggoner, will … more

Festival of Lights brings huge crowds to downtown Fayette

The rain didn’t hamper the cheer of Christmas revelers during a wet parade during the Fayette Festival of Lights on Saturday. Downtown Fayette was jam packed. Retail stores reported strong … more
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