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Waggoner selected as first recipient of President’s Medal

Central Methodist University last week presented the first-ever President’s Medal to one of its most talented and committed alums, J.B. Waggoner ’91. Dr. Roger Drake surprised Waggoner … more

Exchange Bank ranked top Missouri bank

Exchange Bank of Missouri in Fayette has been recognized as the highest performing bank in Missouri, and the 11th best in the nation, by St. Louis analytics firm Banker’s Caddy. The ratings … more

Oakley selected for 2021 Missouri Girls State

The 2021 American Legion Auxiliary Missouri Girls State is being held on the campus of the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg this week, June 20-26. Alexis Oakley, a senior from Fayette … more

Teen held in connection to car break-ins

Fayette Police Chief David Ford asks the public to lock automobiles when parked. A rash of burglaries has been reported over the last four weeks, mostly in the northern section of town. One person … more

Fayette city administrator takes 3-week leave of absence

Fayette City Administrator Tyler Griffith has taken a three-week leave of absence. He made the announcement through a letter addressed to Fayette Community Members, printed on City of Fayette … more

Sheep Dog Creations celebrates first anniversary with grand opening of new location

Sheep Dog Creations is preparing to celebrate its one-year anniversary with a grand opening at its newest location in the Keller Building. The custom T-shirt shop will feature door prizes, drawings, … more

Public ire over abandoned, junked properties reaches breaking point

The public’s patience with the city regarding abandoned and problem properties throughout town reached a boiling point Tuesday, June 8, during the city council’s regular meeting. Several … more

City council to explore options to revive yard waste pickup

The Fayette City Council will seek a solution to reinstate yard waste collection. The move came after the council heard a litany of objections from several citizens during its regular meeting on … more

Endless Options earns 8th straight CERF Accreditation

Endless Options in Fayette has earned its eighth consecutive accreditation from CARF International. The three-year accreditation was awarded in the areas of Employment Support and Job Development … more

Big weekend kicks off busy time in Fayette

DAR rededicates Santa Fe Trail monument

In May 1909, the Santa Fe Trail monument, known commonly as “the rock,” in downtown New Franklin was dedicated by the Missouri Daughters of the American Revolution. That same group … more

New Franklin to crack down on nuisance properties

The City of New Franklin is taking aim at nuisance properties. City employees will begin identifying problem residences and the city will send out warning letters to property owners. At their … more

Local Delta Kappa Gamma chapter plans upcoming programs

The Alpha Lambda Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society International met Saturday, June 5, in Fayette to plan the programs for 2021-2022. The chapter includes women involved in any field of education … more

CID donates to Juneteenth

The Historical Fayette Downtown Commercial Community Improvement District (Fayette CID) made a donation in the amount of $250 towards the Fayette Juneteenth Celebration. Fayette Main Street, Inc. … more

New concession stand donated to fairgrounds rodeo arena

The rodeo arena at the Howard County Fairgrounds has a new concession stand, thanks to the family of the late Dr. Richard F. Taylor.  The new stand is equipped with hot and cold water, … more

HoCo Fair to welcome new carnival

The Howard County Fair will have a new, bigger carnival at this year’s event. The carnival will run from Wednesday, June 23, to Saturday, June 26. It will feature more rides that cater to teens and … more

Minor injuries in rollover accident

A Fayette woman escaped with minor injuries after the SUV in which she was riding overturned during a crash on Wednesday, June 9, in rural Howard County south of Glasgow. According to the Missouri … more

City of Fayette may sponsor new police officers

Kids Market a success

The inaugural Kids Market in downtown Fayette on Saturday was a success. Presented by Fayette Main Street, Inc., the event gave young entrepreneurs from all over Howard County the opportunity to put … more

Juneteenth 2021 Grand Marshals Announced

With the 2021 Juneteenth celebration approaching in just over a week, the St. Paul United Methodist Church and the Juneteenth Celebration Committee have announce the Grand Marshals for this … more
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