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The Fireplace & More Store coming to Lamar

The Fireplace & More Store by Schnelle Sheet Metal will be holding a grand opening on Saturday, March 14, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at 1105 Cherry in Lamar. The…

MGE customers see a drop in natural gas rates

JEFFERSON CITY-To reflect estimated changes in the wholesale cost of natural gas, Missouri Gas Energy (MGE) customers have seen natural gas rates drop under a filing that became effective on…

Redman honored for 25 years of service

Redman honored for 25 years of service

              Melissa Little/Lamar Democrat Terry Redman was honored on Tuesday, Feb. 24, for 25 years with the United States Postal Service. Since beginning on…

Public invited to judge online interior design competition

“If you enjoy looking through interior design magazines, this is for you,” says Jane Moyer, owner of Decorating Den Interiors in Lamar. “You can be part of the online judging…

AOK Dining to Donate scheduled for March 18

Dining to Donate, a monthly event held to support AOK, will be held Wednesday, March 18, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Nathan’s Place, 1005 Gulf St., in Lamar. The…

Tiger fans gather for Tigerfest 2015

Tiger fans gather for Tigerfest 2015

              Photo for Lamar Democrat by Jon Brisbin Legacy Farm & Lawn donated a six-month lease on a zero-turn mower at the Tigerfest Dinner…

CHIPS to offer free oil changes for single moms and widows

As a service to the community, Church for Imperfect People (CHIPS) will be offering a free oil change to single moms and widows on Saturday, April 4, 8 a.m. to…

Business Expo draws crowd despite chilly conditions

Business Expo draws crowd despite chilly conditions

Lamar Democrat/Richard Cooper The annual Business Expo, held in Memorial Hall on Friday, drew a slightly larger number of visitors this year than last, but was hampered by cold weather…

Barton County Commission attends annual training session

COLUMBIA-Commissioners from all 114 Missouri counties met at the Holiday Inn Executive Center, February 11-13, for the annual training session, which is required by law. The County Commissioners Association of…

Storm spotters attend class

Storm spotters attend class

Lamar Democrat/Richard Cooper The most severe thunderstorm prone months of April and May are closer than most people realize. The National Weather Service (NWS) started storm spotter classes, February 19,…