Area News

Fayette’s Insurance Service Office rating may drop

The city of Fayette recently underwent a Building Code Effectiveness Grading Schedule survey (BCEGS). Insurance Services Office, Inc. had a surveyor conduct an unscheduled review of several different areas, offices, procedures, plans, and policies. Insurance Services Office (ISO) is the leading supplier of information to the property/casualty insurance industry in the United States. Classifications determined…

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Area Christmas closings

With the Christmas holiday fast approaching, area businesses and banks are adapting their schedules. Below is a list of known changes. • The Fayette Advertiser will publish as scheduled on December 26 and January 2. • C&R Supermarkets will be open until 6 p.m. on Dec. 24 and will close all day on Dec. 25. …

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From the Editor

I wish to personally give my thanks to all of our subscribers and advertisers who continue to support this newspaper. I took over as owner starting with the July 4 edition of The Fayette Advertiser. Since then, there has been no shortage of good wishes to me, my family, and the newspaper staff. I couldn’t…

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MAEDC President leaving for new job

Moberly Area Economic Development Corporation (MAEDC) has announced that MAEDC President Corey Mehaffy is leaving his position effective December 31. He will be taking the job of Northeast Missouri Economic Development Council Executive Director.

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New bakery opens Thursday morning

Hungry patrons will have a new place to fill their bellies starting tomorrow. The Savory Bakery is opening its doors at 6 a.m. Thursday morning. Located in the old Mac’s building on South Main Street in Fayette, the restaurant will offer breakfast items, soups, teas and coffee.

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City Council addresses downtown parking

The Fayette City Council met in regular session at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 4. Parking issues around the square were reviewed and guests discussed D.C. Rogers Lake, ambulance services, health insurance, and a sewer waiver. Other topics included the city website, a public safety tax, and the CID worksession.

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NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

A magical season ended with Central Methodist raising the trophy they’ve dreamed of all season. For the first time in the history of Central Methodist University, a team has won a national championship, as the men’s soccer team defeated Missouri Valley in penalty kicks to capture the title on Saturday night.

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