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Glasgow police chief sues city over pay reduction

The Chief of Police in Glasgow filed suit last month against the city and two city council members. Chief Tyler Polson alleges city council member Renna Bean and former alderwoman Susan Freese … more

MAEDC Pres. Asbury to retire in December

Randy Asbury, president of the Moberly Area Economic Development Corporation (MAEDC), announced his impending retirement, effective December 15. The announcement came during the September 19 MAEDC … more

Former Glasgow Mayor, County Commissioner Howard McMillan dies

Howard McMillan, who served as Mayor of Glasgow and Howard County Commissioner passed away on Wednesday, September 20. A veteran of the United States Navy, McMillan worked as a lineman for … more

Time Capsule entries due October 8

Those wishing to place items into the 2073 Time Capsule are asked by the Bicentennial Committee to do so by October 8. Although, the committee would prefer to have as many entries turned in by … more

Fayette R-III approved for SAC grant

The Fayette school district last week received approval for a School Age Community (SAC) grant, which funds the Monday and after-school Falcon Club program.   This is the second time … more

Falcons sweep Carrollton Band Day

The Fayette High School marching band secured high marks again this year at Carrollton Band Day on Saturday. The event traditionally kicks off the marching band competition season. Fayette took … more

CMU Conservatory Singers to host fall concert Sunday

The Central Methodist University Conservatory Singers will host their first concert of the year on Sunday. The 2023 Fall Concert Program, titled “With a Voice of Singing,” will begin at … more

Thies Family named Howard County Farm Family

Mike and Paula Thies and family of Armstrong were among the families honored during the 66th annual Missouri Farm Family Day, on August 14, at the Missouri State Fair. The Thies family was … more

Harrisburg Homecoming 2023

CROWNED HARRISBURG HOMECOMING QUEEN AND KING Friday night were seniors Trinity Braden and Hayven Samuels. Braden is the daughter of Jessica and Jerry Young. Samuels is the son of Stephanie Hall and … more

Dimond named Assistant to the Mayor

The City of Fayette has hired former Main Street Executive Director Michael Dimond to serve as Assistant to the Mayor. Dimond was hired for the position, which is similar to a city administrator, … more

Santa Fe Trail Days

Early crowds were slightly thinner than usual on Saturday morning at the annual Santa Fe Trail Days held in downtown New Franklin. Rain and cloudy skies, along with packed schedules around the area … more

Conrow named Rotary Business Leader of the Year

The Fayette Rotary Club honored Cana Conrow as the club’s Business Leader of the Year for 2023 at its regular meeting on September 13 in the Central Methodist University Student Center. The … more

Water rates in Fayette to increase

The price of water will increase for Fayette customers in the coming months. The Howard County Regional Water Commission is preparing to build a second clear well, as mandated by the Missouri … more

FHS Class of 1973 Reunites

Members of the Fayette High School Class of 1973 gathered Saturday for their 50 th reunion. This was the largest class in FHS history, starting with 103 members as freshmen, before graduating with … more

Library Lines - September 2023

Hello from the Howard County Library! It is almost officially fall, and the weather is starting to reflect the season with cooler temperatures and shorter days. What a great time to come and visit … more

Mayor signs Constitution Week Proclamation

Mayor Jeremy Dawson signed a proclamation from the City of Fayette signifying Constitution Week will be recognized here from September 17-23. The proclamation was signed during the city … more

MoDOT drops I-70 bridge into Missouri River

The old steel Interstate 70 bridge crossing the Missouri River at Rocheport is no more. Crews detonated charges Sunday morning, dropping the truss of the 63-year-old bridge into the river. … more

Santa Fe Trail Days this weekend in New Franklin

Santa Fe Trail Days returns to downtown New Franklin on Friday and Saturday. Festivities open at 6 p.m. Friday with Bingo, bounce houses, and a beer garden. A teen dance starts at 8 p.m. with a burn … more

Encore Street Dance returns to downtown Fayette Saturday night

Fayette Main Street, Inc. is bringing back a popular Street Dance for an encore performance Saturday night. The organization held the dance on North Main Street on July 22, which packed in quite a … more

Remedy owners buy Miknan’s building

Fayette has a new restaurant coming to town. The owners of Remedy have purchased a building on the east side of the Fayette square that, for the last decade, housed Miknan’s Main Street Pub. … more
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