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Coalition meets to organize opposition to Amendment 3

LAMAR-The Coalition to Protect Local Schools held its first meeting, September 30, to organize a campaign against Amendment 3, which will be on the November 4 ballot. The coalition plans…

Missouri Corn announces new leadership

JEFFERSON CITY-With a record harvest underway, the Missouri Corn Merchandising Council (MCMC) and the Missouri Corn Growers Association (MCGA) are kicking off a new fiscal year with new leadership and…

Dade County Commission checks on road complaint

GREENFIELD-Presiding Commissioner Randy Daniel called the meeting of the Dade County Commission to order at 9 a.m. on September 3. Others in attendance were Eastern Commissioner Dallas Maxwell, Western Commissioner…

BCMH to observe 65th anniversary with open house

The Barton County Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees meeting was called to order on September 23, by Chairperson Karen Wegener. Other members present were Tom Shaw, Mike Buchanan, Jill Purinton…

Man flees from accident, arrested hours later during manhunt

NEVADA-A Vernon County resident was taken into custody Saturday afternoon, Sept. 27, following a lengthy foot pursuit. According to a press release from the Vernon County Sheriff’s Office, a male…

Fall brings attention to region’s land for sale

LAMAR-Fall is in the air and the cooler temperatures mean a rise in the attention given to local farm land for sale according to local pro Jeff Quade. Autumn is…

Tax information available

LAMAR-As real estate and personal tax paying season approaches, a number of questions about procedures and tax statements are appearing, especially from new residents. As a service to all taxpayers,…

Numerous arrests made in alleged manufacture of methamphetamine

At around 3 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 26, the Barton County Sheriff’s Department executed a search warrant at 509 NW 30th Lane in Barton County, after receiving information that the…

Calton receives individual achievement award from Missouri Public Utility Alliance

Calton receives individual achievement award from Missouri Public Utility Alliance

By RICHARD COOPER Democrat staff writer COLUMBIA-His many years of long service as a member of the Missouri Public Utility Alliance have won recognition for Lamar City Administrator Lynn Calton…

Fourth Thursday draws crowd

Fourth Thursday draws crowd

Lamar Democrat/Melody Metzger The Barton County Chamber of Commerce held its 4th Thursday on the Square on September 25, with musical entertainment by Kathryn Ferguson from Osceola.      …