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Letters to the Editor
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Clarification on request for inquest transcript

To the Editor: This is in response to the article that was in the Fayette Advertiser on Wed., Aug. 5th concerning the Howard County Coroner, Frank Flaspohler, and the Glasgow School District. I … more

Facts, Opinions, and Medicaid Expansion

To the Editor: Readers of the July 29th Fayette Advertiser were presented opinions published as facts in “County Clerk predicts 65% voter turnout” content related to Constitutional … more

Thanks with helping to change coronor law

To the Editor: To pass a new law is incredibly difficult. The passing of the law to reform the coroner’s system was a collaborative effort of many individuals. We wish to express our … more

Disagrees with school mask policy

To the Editor: Well, it finally happened! Trump has decided to push for people to actually wear masks! Then what happens? The New Franklin School Board decides … more

Subscribe to read the newspaper

Each week as we promote the Fayette Advertiser’s news articles on social media websites such as Facebook, we continue to see demands from non-subscribers to read our stories at no charge. This … more

Local economic development raises living standards

Having graduated from Fayette High School, I have enjoyed the opportunity to return to Howard County in my current position as Director of Business Development for the Moberly Area Economic … more

Fayette is fortunate to have weekly newspaper

To the Editor: How fortunate we are in Fayette to have a weekly newspaper with wide-ranging information and essential, helpful services for the community! I look forward to the paper’s … more

Thank you from Miss Jane

Thank you to the Fayette R-III School board, Jill Wiseman, Superintendent and Cheri Huster, Daly Elementary principal, for making me a Distinguished Person of the Year. There are so many other … more

Nation has lost its senses

To the Editor: Our nation has officially taken leave of whatever senses ever possessed.  As I sit at home, in the coronavirus sequester, I hear the following: 1) our president calls this a … more

Mayor, city council didn't do their jobs

To the Editor: Mr. Mayor and council, You was elect by the people for the people to over see the City of Fayette. You didn’t do your job. If you had this with Robin wouldn’t happen. … more

Present times test our resolve for liberty

To the Editor: Imagine the headlines that would follow if the United States Congress, in response to a national disaster, decided to suspend the right to bear arms and started taking away the guns … more

Foreign ownership of U.S. farmland

To the Editor: Who will own America’s farmland when the crystal ball drops in Times Square on New Year’s Eve of 2099?  Will the grandchildren of today’s farming families … more

Community demise by a thousand clerical errors

To the Editor: The juxtaposition of lead articles above (“City fined $151,000”)  and below (“City pulls plug on Ricketts-Graham project grant”) the fold of the front … more

Invites taxpayers to stand up against four-day school week

To the Editor:I recently learned that the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) is tracking the academic performance, ACT, scores of  4 day school week schools compared to … more

People for the 5 Day School Week

To the Editor:A movement of “People for the 5 Day School Week” (PF5DSW) is being promoted in a public meeting at the Commercial Trust Bank meeting room down stairs in Fayette on Monday, January … more
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