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February and early March best time to prune fruit trees

PINEVILLE-From February to early March is an excellent time to prune fruit trees according to John Hobbs, an agriculture and rural development specialist with University of Missouri Extension. “Sometimes, we…

Ordinance committee recommends no change in street parking

LAMAR-At the beginning of the city council meeting of January 19, Ione Chancellor addressed the council about a frustrating situation across the street from her residence at 509 Broadway. A…

Rural Hospital Group hired as consultants to BCMH

A meeting of the Barton County Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees was called to order by Chairperson Karen Wegener on Friday, Jan. 23. Other members in attendance were Tom Shaw,…

Reviewing industrial prospects in 2014

LAMAR-The Community Development Corporation of Barton County (CDC) is a member of the Missouri Partnership and the Joplin Regional Partnership. Both of these organizations keep in close touch with projected…

Foot care clinic scheduled at senior center

A monthly care clinic will be offered at the Barton County Senior Citizens Center. This clinic is sponsored by the Region X Area Agency on Aging and is funded in…

T.A.T.S. fundraiser to be held February 9

A bean and cornbread feed will be held as a T.A.T.S. fundraiser on Monday, Feb. 9, 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., at Thiebaud Auditorium in Lamar. All wishing to help…

Area youth team up to beautify city park

Area youth team up to beautify city park

By ALLIE SCHILTZ Barton County Teen Leaders and the City Clovers and Learn A Do 4-H clubs, along with Lamar FFA, are excited to announce their partnership with the Lamar…

Lamar Police Department report

The following calls were made by the Lamar Police Department during the month of December: * A truancy report was taken December 17 and forwarded to the juvenile authorities involving…

OATS Transportation Inc. receives Walmart donation

OATS Transportation Inc. receives Walmart donation

In December, 2014, Walmart Supercenter in Lamar donated $500 to OATS Transportation, Inc. Featured from left to right are, Craig Hackney, OATS bus driver, formerly of Liberal and presently from…

Breakdown of cost at BCSC

By JEREMY “JAY” AUGUSTA The biggest objection as to why somebody has not joined the Barton County Strength Club (BCSC) is often the price. Let’s do some math. If you…