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Accident reports

According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol report, a westbound 1993 Ford Thunderbird being driven by Denny A. Jeffries, 22, Lamar, failed to stop at a stop sign, running off…

Dade County to start work next spring on two BRO bridge projects

By CAROLYN HEAD Dade County reporter GREENFIELD-Presiding Commissioner Randy Daniel called the Dade County Commission to order at 9 a.m. on September 15. Others in attendance were Eastern Commissioner Dallas…

Steep topped cupola roof repaired at UMC

Steep topped cupola roof repaired at UMC

Lamar Democrat/Richard Cooper Ever wonder how roofs are repaired on steep topped cupolas? Now you know. Tim Brooks is doing the work on the cupola of the United Methodist Church.…

Contract awarded, Gilkey building soon to come down

By RICHARD COOPER Democrat staff writer LAMAR-A public hearing before the Lamar City Council, October 20, removed the last requirement that had to be met before the Gilkey building, on…

Kelley presents plaque to In God We Trust

Kelley presents plaque to In God We Trust

Lamar Democrat/Melissa Little Dave Sorrick of In God We Trust, left, is presented a plaque for his business by 127th District Representative Mike Kelley. The plaques are provided by donation…

Kelley presents plaque to Barton County Chamber of Commerce

Kelley presents plaque to Barton County Chamber of Commerce

127th District State Representative Mike Kelley recently presented a plaque to the Barton County Chamber of Commerce. Pictured are, left to right, are Amy Willhite, DeAnna Ross, Astra Ferris and…

National TV holds raffle

National TV holds raffle

National TV Sales and Rentals in Lamar recently held a raffle, with proceeds to benefit East Primary School. Pictured are, Ed Gettys, store manager, left, with Kevin White, winner of…

Southwest Commissioners Association meets in Springfield

SPRINGFIELD-County commissioners from across southwest Missouri met, October 15, in the Bass Pro banquet room to discuss issues of concern. High on the list of topics discussed was the annual…

Spring River watershed pollution reduction plan unveiled

By RICHARD COOPER Democrat staff writer LAMAR-A 20-year plan for reduction of pollutants in the Spring River watershed was unveiled, October 16, in a meeting at the University of Missouri…

Accident report

According to a Missouri State Highway Patrol report, a two vehicle accident occurred at 8:35 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 18, three miles east of US 160, when a northbound 2009…