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Veterans interested in farming can get help from MU Extension

COLUMBIA-University of Missouri Extension and the AgrAbility Project are reaching out to returning veterans who have an interest in farming. Karen Funkenbusch, MU Extension safety specialist, said the second in…

Are you a safe walker or bike rider?

By RONALD E. HAGER Chief of Police Lamar Police Department I have, for the past several months of this year, began to enjoy the pleasures of walking about the community…

Historical society to accept book submissions through September

Although materials received through the July 31 final deadline for the upcoming Barton County Missouri History and Families Book have been submitted to the publisher, the book’s sponsor says that…

Utilities committee recommends streets for resurfacing

By RICHARD COOPER Democrat staff writer LAMAR-The Lamar City Council’s Utilities Committee has exercised a new policy in recommending streets for annual asphalt overlay. Previously, Public Works Director Norman Schipul…

Six parcels sold at annual tax sale

By RICHARD COOPER Democrat staff writer LAMAR-Eleven parcels of property were offered for sale at the annual delinquent tax sale, August 25, at the Barton County Courthouse. Three were in…

Bids for bridge on Southwest 90th Road far exceed estimated cost

LAMAR-When the Barton County Commission opened bids, August 25, for construction of a replacement bridge on Southwest 90th Road, commissioners were both surprised and disappointed. All three bids were substantially…

Investigation leads to stolen guns, cash, over half a pound of crystal meth

Investigation leads to stolen guns, cash, over half a pound of crystal meth

NEVADA-Thousands of dollars, explosives, stolen property, over a half pound of crystal meth and more than 40 guns were seized during a large scale investigation involving two search warrants in…

Lamar Fair parade participant is classic example of benefits of exercise

Lamar Fair parade participant is classic example of benefits of exercise

By RICHARD COOPER Democrat staff writer LAMAR-She calls herself an “exercise freak,” walks several blocks each day, and uses a stationary bike in her apartment. June French loves horses and…

Fatality accident occurs on county road

According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, a 1993 Ford Crown Victoria being driven by Clara C. Hobson, 92, Jasper, was traveling southbound on County Road 20, eight miles south…

Dade County Commission travels to check on various road conditions

GREENFIELD-Presiding Commissioner Randy Daniel called the Dade County Commission meeting to order at 9 a.m. on August 11. Also in attendance besides Daniel were Eastern Commissioner Dallas Maxwell, Western Commissioner…