Login

You are not currently logged in.
Home » Archives by category » News (Page 24)

Barton County Sheriff Department reports

The following calls were made by the Barton County Sheriff’s Department: A search warrant was applied for and granted on Monday, Feb. 2, to search a home in the 1700…

Free “Legends” beginner program offered by BCSC

A free “Legends” beginner program will begin at the Barton County Strength Club (BCSC), beginning Monday, March 9, at 11 a.m. This free two week program is only for adults…

Fire destroys machine shed

Fire destroys machine shed

                                      Photos courtesy Steven Kaderly (Top) A huge pall of smoke marked…

LGL is indebted to many, believes Lamar is “a good place”

The Lamar Community Betterment (CB) meeting was called to order at 12 noon on Wednesday, Feb. 11, by Ron Hager, president. Following approval of last month’s amended minutes, Ginnie Keatts…

Edward Jones: Investors’ patience is often rewarded

For investors, 2014 was a good year: Markets were calm, and U.S. stock and bond returns were above average. Now, in early 2015,the Dow Jones Industrial Average hovers near 17,800,…

Metropolitan announces new Golden City banking center to open February 17

GOLDEN CITY-Metropolitan National Bank is pleased to announce the upcoming relocation of its Golden City banking center to 403 Main St., on Tuesday, Feb. 17. In alignment with Metropolitan’s mission…

ComForcare SWMO receives 2015 Best of Home Care® Leader in Excellence Award

CARTHAGE-ComForcare SWMO announced recently that they received the distinguished Best of Home Care® Leader in Excellence Award from Home Care Pulse, the leading firm in quality assurance for private duty…

Accident report

According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, a 1996 Cadillac being driven by Riccardo G Zanoni, 43, Stockton, was traveling northbound on MO 97, four miles north of Lockwood, when…

KCP&L Greater Missouri to increase fuel adjustment charge

JEFFERSON CITY-The Missouri Public Service Commission has approved a request from KCP&L Greater Missouri Operations Company (GMO) to increase the fuel adjustment charge on the monthly bills of its electric…

MU Extension program helps people deal with everyday stress

AVA-Stress can come in many different forms: too much to do in too little time, traffic jams, relationship problems, family demands and even money trouble. No matter the source of…