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Physical therapy department honored

Physical therapy department honored

On October 29, the Barton County Health Department/Home Health Agency honored their physical therapy department with a luncheon. The BCHD Home Health Physical Therapy Department has one full time physical…

Hartzler schedules listening post for Barton County

A quarterly listening post has been scheduled by Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler for Monday, Nov. 10, in the Mary K. Finley in Lamar. The host will be Cole Karr from Hartzler’s…

Lamar PD prepares for eighth annual “Shop With A Cop”

By LT. JOHN DAVIS Lamar Police Department The officers at the Lamar Police Department and their spouses are preparing for the eighth annual Lamar Police Department “Shop With A Cop”.…

Beware of phone scam

By RONALD E. HAGER Lamar Chief of Police Beware of the scam! Recently the Lamar Police Department received calls from citizens of the community relating that they had received a…

Dade County Commission questions health department food ordinances

GREENFIELD-Presiding Commissioner Randy Daniel called the Dade County Commission to order at 9 a.m. on September 29. Others in attendance were Eastern Commissioner Dallas Maxwell, Western Commissioner David Rusch and…

A night on the town

A night on the town

JOPLIN-The staff and families of the Lamar Democrat, a veteran colleague from the Greenfield Vedette, and two representatives from the corporation that owns both newspapers, enjoyed an evening together, October…

Truck, train crash west of Lockwood

Truck, train crash west of Lockwood

By CLETIS MCCONNELL Greenfield Vedette reporter A 66-year-old Lockwood man was seriously injured at 10:30 a.m., Monday, Oct. 27, in a train-truck crash on County Road 41, one mile west…

Lamar excels at MCB Conference

Lamar excels at MCB Conference

Nineteen communities and 17 individuals were honored at the Missouri Community Betterment (MCB) Conference held October 20, in Columbia. The awards banquet was the highlight of the 51st annual conference,…

Construction continues on 1st Street bridge

Construction continues on 1st Street bridge

Photos for Lamar Democrat by Michael O’Sullivan The heavy rains that were received several weeks ago, combined with “somewhat” less than ideal fill dirt, caused ramp construction delays at the…

Lamar Heights supports work ready status for Barton County

LAMAR HEIGHTS-The Lamar Heights Board of Aldermen listened to John Adams, CDC economic development director, describe the need for Barton County to become a work ready community. Adams spoke at…