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Good Samaritan receives matching grant from Ozarks Food Harvest

Good Samaritan was recently awarded a matching grant from Ozarks Food Harvest to help provide emergency food assistance to community members in need in Barton County. The fundraising period began…

Trudell being held for various offenses

Trudell being held for various offenses

Beginning on January 21, the Barton County Sheriff’s Office started an investigation, referencing the crime of Statutory Sodomy 2nd Degree. The crime involved a 14 year old female. Through a…

“Living a Healthy Life with Chronic Conditions” class to be held in Greenfield

GREENFIELD-University of Missouri Extension will offer a free six-week session of “Living a Healthy Life with Chronic Conditions” for people suffering with arthritis and other chronic diseases. This weekly class is…

Warrants issued after pursuit, vehicle accident

Two warrants for the arrest of George P. Buhlinger, 34, Rockville, were issued by the 28th Judicial Circuit Court Wednesday afternoon for a D Felony charge of resisting arrest and…

HUD announces additional funding

JOPLIN- Jasper County Public Housing Agency, a division of Economic Security Corporation of Southwest Area (ESC) announces additional funding.  Are you looking for a warm safe place to call home?…

Rep. Mike Kelley welcomes local corn growers

Rep. Mike Kelley welcomes local corn growers

JEFFERSON CITY-Rep. Mike Kelley, R-Lamar, met with area farmers Adam Wolf, Kyle Kirby, Joe Meadows and Kerry Rose during their recent trip to Jefferson City. The men stopped by to visit…

PSC schedules an additional hearing on MGE rate application

JEFFERSON CITY-The Public Service Commission has scheduled an additional local public hearing in a rate increase application by Missouri Gas Energy (MGE). The hearing will be on February 26 in…

Accident report

According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol report, a two vehicle accident occurred at 10:27 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 4, on US 160 in Lockwood. The report stated that a 1998…

The area walking club with European roots

The area walking club with European roots

The Dogwood Trailblazers is a chapter of the American Volkssport Association (AVA). “What is volkssporting you ask?” Volkssporting translates from the German, as “the sport of the people”, and it…

January about average, but that’s bitterly cold

By RICHARD COOPER Democrat staff writer   LAMAR-People have become spoiled with Januarys being warmer than average over the last few years. They have forgotten just how fierce the first…