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Jack Stahl retires from post office

Jack Stahl retires from post office

Jack Stahl celebrated his retirement from the Lamar Post Office on Friday, Aug. 29, with a gathering of family and coworkers. Jack began his career with the postal service more…

Retirement party held for Mike Buchanan

Retirement party held for Mike Buchanan

A reception was held to honor Mike Buchanan on Monday, Aug. 25, at Metropolitan National Bank’s Barton County Banking Center in Lamar. Buchanan, Metropolitan Community Bank president, retired after 16…

Insect identification important in treatment decisions

LAMAR-Jill Scheidt, agronomy specialist with University of Missouri Extension in Barton County, scouted fields north of Lamar, near Irwin on September 10, for the MU Extension crop scouting program. Scheidt…

Dade County prosecuting attorney receives threats

By CAROLYN HEAD Dade County reporter GREENFIELD-Bob Kitsmiller met with the Dade County Commission on July 28, regarding forms he needed to have updated and corrected. The minutes from July…

Glenn feels Dade County is being inundated with chicken farms

By CAROLYN HEAD Dade County Reporter GREENFIELD-The Dade County Commission met Monday, July 21, at 9 a.m., with Randy Daniel, David Rusch, Dallas Maxwell and Melinda Wright present. Bob Glenn…

Socket honors local native

Socket, a Missouri-based telephone and Internet service provider, recently recognized Kenoma native James Hicks as the recipient of its monthly You-Make-The-Difference award. Each month Socket employees nominate co-workers for the…

Happy cooler September from OATS

By DORRIS MAYFIELD Happy cooler September! Southwest Region OATS continues the opportunity of providing transportation service for medical and personal needs to the Barton and Dade County communities. OATS is…

Accident report

The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported that a southbound 1997 Buick LeSabre being driven by Jozette A Bishop, 23, Lockwood, was totaled as she ran off the right side of…

Kemp Brothers’ Wild West Show

By LEON FAUBION During the early part of 1900, Walter J. Miller, an attorney who lived and practiced in Lamar, was the proprietor of a large farm west of the…

Golden City board adopts budget for fiscal 2014-15

GOLDEN CITY-The Golden City Board of Aldermen adopted a city budget for fiscal 2014-15 with estimated expenses of $592,633 at its meeting of September 2. A last minute expenditure for…