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Paige-Liberty Park re-dedicated during Juneteenth Celebration

Paige-Liberty Park was re-dedicated during a ceremony Saturday afternoon during Fayette’s 22nd Annual Juneteenth Celebration. Originally named Liberty Park, the City of Fayette in 1998 … more

New Franklin City Council to seek new engineering firm

The New Franklin City Council discussed the city’s plan to address water and sewer needs, and voted to restart the process of seeking bids from engineering firms. Members Lesley Lyons and … more

New Franklin School Board sets food service prices in last meeting for Cordel

The New Franklin Board of Education bid farewell to outgoing superintendent Brian Cordel at its regular monthly meeting on Wednesday June 15. “I just wanted to thank you for the last four … more

Fuemmelers Celebrate Golden Anniversary

Jerome and Sally Fuemmeler of Armstrong will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary this July.   Jerome Fuemmeler and Sally Nanneman were married at St. Mary’s of the Angels … more

Library Lines

June Greetings from the Howard County Public Library!  Summer does not officially arrive until Tuesday, the 21st, but it is in full swing at the library! We have now had two sessions of our … more

New book teaches children about the life-cycle of monarch butterflies

Ellen Dalzell loves Monarch butterflies. She loves them so much that she raised and released 57 of them last year during their generational southern migration. But it was her special care of three of … more

Glasgow student attends Missouri Electric Youth Tour to D.C.

 Evann Witte, from Glasgow, was one of 93 high school students who participated in Missouri’s 59th annual Missouri Electric Youth Tour to Washington, D.C. from June 13 through June 19. … more

City council votes to ban Jake brakes in town

The Fayette city council gave unanimous approval to adopt a new city-wide ordinance that bans Jake brakes in town. The measure was adopted at the council’s regular meeting held on Tuesday, June … more

Rotary donates Happy Can money to scouts

Fayette Boy Scouts Christopher Schaefer, Mason Gouge, Ben Gouge, and Wesley Norris accepted a check in the amount of $100 from Fayette Rotary President Glenn Ludtke at the club's meeting on June 16 … more

Valencia handed suspended sentence, 10 days shock in son’s death

The Fayette man who in April pleaded guilty to first-degree involuntary manslaughter in the February 2021 shooting death of his 15-year-old son will spend 10 days in the county jail and five years on … more

Rural electric co-op members asked to conserve electricity

Due to unseasonably high temperatures, members of Howard Electric Cooperative have been asked to safely conserve electricity as the three-tiered system of electric cooperatives continues to do … more

Storm drops plum-sized hail on Fayette

Areas in and around Fayette were battered with large hail during the early morning hours on Wednesday, June 8. The skies opened up around 2 a.m. with hailstones as large as plums and accompanied by … more

Surprise gift funds mother and child reading room for Howard County Public Library

The Fayette Howard County Public Library in Fayette has an all new mother’s reading room, compliments of a surprise gift. In January the library received notice from an attorney in Kansas City … more

Contestants needed for Fair Queen, Teen

Contestants are being sought for this year’s Queen and Teen contests at the Howard County Fair. The annual competition is scheduled to take place at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, June 22 at the Howard … more

Perry inducted into South Dakota Hall of Fame

Fayette native Dr. Robert T. “Tad” Perry is among 10 new inductees into the South Dakota Hall of Fame.  The Class of 2022 will be celebrated across the state in the coming months. … more

Howard County Fair will feature new ATV Rodeo

A new addition to this year’s Howard County Fair will an ATV Rodeo. The competition will kick off at 7 p.m. on Thursday, June 23. The new event will feature barrels, bow tie, and pole … more

Big weekend planned in Fayette

Major plans are in place for a bevy of activities in and around Fayette this weekend. Events kickoff Thursday with the start of the annual Juneteenth celebration. Starting at 5:30 p.m. there will … more

Overnight lane closures this week on I-70 Rocheport bridge

 Contractors for the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) will be closing one lane of westbound Interstate 70 overnights this week near the Lance Corporal Leon Deraps I-70 Missouri … more

Local students top Dean's Lists at CMU and across state

CMU Spring 2022 Dean’s List The office of Central Methodist University Provost Rita Gulstad has announced the students included on the Spring 2022 Dean’s List. More than 900 … more

Missouri Aeronautical Chart is now available

The 2022-2023 Missouri Aeronautical Chart has been updated and is now available to pilots and other aviation enthusiasts. A planning tool for pilots and users of Missouri’s aviation system, … more
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