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Syferd wins County Clerk race by three votes

Teresa Syferd will be the next Howard County Circuit 14 Clerk Ex-Officio Recorder of Deeds. In a close race between Mrs. Syferd and Angie Nelson, only three votes separated the two Republicans … more

Flaspohler enters race for county prosecutor

Fayette attorney Frank Robert Flaspohler will run for Howard County Prosecuting Attorney as an Independent. He will take on Republican incumbent Deborah Riekhof in the general election on November … more

Higbee fair to celebrate town’s sesquicentennial

The town of Higbee will celebrate 150 years of history at the 2022 Higbee Fall Fair next weekend. From Thursday, August 18, through Saturday, August 20, fairgoers can enjoy a slew of events, … more

Fayette Citywide Garage Sales Saturday, August 13

1. Greg and Shirley Stidham  Friday and Saturday, 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 500 Park Road. Some of everything - furniture, pictures, girl’s clothing and toys, women’s and men’s … more

Fayette Main St. awards State Farm facade improvement grant

Fayette Main Street, Inc., on Monday presented a check in the amount of $2,000 to Landon Ball, agent and owner of State Farm Insurance on North Main Street. The money was from the organizations … more

Fishing tournament fundraiser a success

A fishing tournament and a fish fry benefitting Solo’s Dream Catcher last weekend raised around $7,800 for the pet welfare charity. Shelley Day, who launched Solo’s Dream Catcher last … more

Minor injuries in motorcycle crash

A 19-year-old Boonville man suffered minor injuries in a motorcycle accident in rural Howard County on Sunday.  According to a report by the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Riley T. … more

CMU awards five Gulstad Scholarships

Five students from Missouri community colleges have been named Gulstad Achievement Scholarship recipients from Central Methodist University this summer. The scholarship is awarded each semester to as … more

Syferd wins Circuit Clerk race after Nelson conceeds

Teresa Syferd will be the next Howard County Circuit 14 Clerk and Recorder of Deeds. In a close race between Mrs. Syferd and Angie Nelson, only three votes separated the two Republicans following … more

Too close to call: Race for Howard County Circuit Clerk to face recount

The race for Howard County Circuit 14 Clerk and Recorder of Deeds is too close to call, and a recount is imminent following the August 2 primary election. With all precincts reporting, only three … more

Merchants & Farmers Bank agrees to buyout by BTC Bank

Merchants and Farmers Bank, based in Salisbury with a branch in Fayette, will be sold to BTC Bank of Bethany, Missouri. Merchants & Farmers owners Ron and Becky Schepker broke the news to the … more

Owners of Eagle Landing Apartments to construct second building

The owners of Eagle Landing Apartments on the corner of East Davis and Louisiana Ct. in Fayette are planning to build a second apartment building across the street. Debbie and Marty Shaw from Mos … more

Quilt show inspired awe

“Incredible,” “awesome,” “amazing,” and just plain “wow” were just some of the reactions of visitors to the Peacemakers Quilt Show on Saturday, July … more

Glasgow student earns degree from MSU

Brynna Hosmer of Glasgow graduated from Missouri State University in the spring with a bachelor’s degree in animal science. The university awarded 2,878 degrees to students in spring … more

Missouri dairy producers have their eyes on the ongoing drought

COLUMBIA, Mo. – Northern Missouri has received plenty of rain, and dairy producers there are hopeful about making a silage pile, while those in the state’s southern counties are looking … more

PAWS receives donations at Art Fest

Dozens of fairgoers visited the PAWS (Pet Adoption and Welfare Service) tent Saturday during the Fayette Festival of the Arts. Youngsters enjoyed interacting with pets that are available for … more

City Pool closes for summer due to bad pump motor

The Fayette City Pool is closed for the summer because of a faulty pump motor. Danny Dougherty, the city’s director of public works, said Monday that the pump motor, which was new when … more

Fayette Festival of the Arts returns Saturday

The Fayette Festival of the Arts returns Saturday after a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Many of the traditional attractions return with a few new features added to this year’s … more

Peacemakers Quilt Show will feature Christmas, Halloween themes

The sanctuary of Linn Memorial United Methodist Church on the campus of Central Methodist College will once again be turned into a quilter’s paradise on Saturday, July 30. More than 150 quilts … more

Splash Park Opens

The new splash park adjacent to the pool at the Fayette City Park officially opened on Friday, July 22, to an excited crowd amid soaring summer temperatures. The splash park was designed and built at … more
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