Gary Nation 1963-2019

Gary Nation 1963-2019 Howard County resident, Gary Nation, 56, passed away as the result of a motor vehicle accident on July 10, 2019. Gary Dean Nation was born January 6, 1963, in Boonville, Missouri, a son of the late George R. and Barbara C. (Elam) Nation. He graduated from Glasgow High School in 1981, where…

Read More

Branham pleads guilty to role in teen’s suicide

A Fayette woman on Friday pleaded guilty to third-degree assault for her role in events that let to the 2016 suicide death of rural Glasgow teenager Kenneth Suttner. The plea before Judge Hugh Craig Harvey in the Howard County courtroom, came just 17 days before her trial was to begin.

Read More

Citywide garage sale August 10

The annual Fayette Citywide Garage Sale has been slated for August 10. To have your ad included with the publication list of sales, please send it to advertising@fayettenews.com or personally bring it to the newspaper office.  Submissions will not be accepted over the phone. The cost to include your sale is $8.

Read More

Dorothy (Jean) Fuemmeler 1936-2019

Dorothy (Jean) Fuemmeler 1936-2019 Dorothy Jean Fuemmeler, 83, of Glasgow passed away Tuesday, July 16, 2019 at Boone Hospital Center in Columbia. Funeral arrangements were pending at Friemonth-Freese Funeral Home in Glasgow as this newspaper went to press. A complete obituary will be posted on the Advertiser website immediately as it becomes available — www.fayettenewspapers.com.

Read More

Howard County left off disaster declaration

Hartzler and US Senator Roy Blunt praised last week’s disaster declaration for several counties in Missouri. President Trump signed the declaration following recent tornado and flooding activity. But Howard County was not among those listed.

Read More

Ralph Jaynes 1940-2019

Ralph Jaynes 1940-201 Rural Fayette resident Ralph H. Jaynes, presiding circuit judge of Missouri’s 14th Judicial Circuit from 2000 to 2007, died at his home Thursday (July 11, 2019) following a courageous battle with colon cancer. He was 78. His legal career spanned more than 50 years including service as a judge, prosecuting attorney, and…

Read More

BREAKING: Branham pleads guilty related Suttner Suicide

BREAKING NEWS: Harley Branham plead guilty this morning to third-degree assault related to the suicide death of rural Glasgow teenager Kenneth Suttner. The plea before Judge Hugh Craig Harvey in the Howard County courtroom, came just 17 days before her trial was to begin. She was handed a suspended sentence of 180 days in the…

Read More

James W. (Bill) Davis 1928-2019

James W. (Bill) Davis 1928-2019 James W. (Bill) Davis, 90, went home to be with his Lord and Savior, Thursday, June 20, 2019 in Tulsa, OK. Bill was born on Aug. 15, 1928 in Howard County, MO to Elliot and Opal (Duren) Davis. Bill married Shirley Routh on November 27, 1958.  They met in Kansas…

Read More

Howard County celebrates Independence Day

The Independence Day Party in the Park on July 4 started on par with a hot, muggy morning. A dog show kicked things off, followed by a parade through the park. The aromas of Bar-Be Que and kettle corn enticed event-goers enjoying a bounce house and baseball throw. But heavy rains that began around noon…

Read More