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Mezel is big winner at Westco

Mezel is big winner at Westco

Lamar Democrat/Melissa Little Pattie Mezel of Lamar was the lucky recipient recently of $7300 awarded by Westco in observance of their 70th anniversary. Area Wescto’s held a drawing, with each…

Take the $10 challenge

Guided grocery store tours will be offered by the University of Missouri Extension on Wednesdays, Dec. 3 and 10, 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., in an effort to help individuals…

Belcher recognized by Barton County Strength Club

Belcher recognized by Barton County Strength Club

Some people wish they could have greatness and others decide to fight for it. That is exactly what Michelle Belcher does each and every day; she fights for greatness. At…

PSC approves rate increase for renewable energy standard for KCP&L-GMO

JEFFERSON CITY-The Missouri Public Commission (PSC) has approved an agreement which will establish a renewable energy standard charge on the bills of electric customers of KCP&L-Greater Missouri Operations (KCP&L-GMO). The…

Fatality accident occurs in Greenfield

According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol report, a one vehicle fatality accident occurred at 10:25 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 9, three miles north of Greenfield on Missouri Hwy. 39.…

Soybeans: assessing freeze damage

A late maturing season and freezing temperatures have raised some concerns on effect on soybean yield. Generally, temperatures dropping below 30 degrees F for any length of time will kill…

Roadhog Saloon donates to Breast Cancer Foundation of the Ozarks

Roadhog Saloon donates to Breast Cancer Foundation of the Ozarks

Lamar Democrat/Melissa Little The Roadhog Saloon on Monkey Island in Afton, Okla. raised a whopping $6506 at their Brats and Bras Breast Cancer Rally held October 26. The event consisted…

In Barton County, it was all about amendments

By RICHARD COOPER Democrat staff writer LAMAR-With only two races on the ballot, it would seem to be an election that most prospective voters in Barton County would pass up.…

Practical nutrient guidelines to fuel your exercise

Active adults and competitive athletes are often concerned about nutrient needs in relation to performance, body weight and body composition goals. Concerns range from specific needs for performance goals in…

Greenfield 4th of July celebration scheduled for 2015

GREENFIELD-Mayor Evans opened the Greenfield City Council meeting on September 2. The Pledge of Allegiance was repeated and roll call was taken. Those present were Jack Pugh, Cathy Harrington, Kelly…