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There is no “All Clear” signal

By RICHARD COOPER   Democrat staff writer   LAMAR-When the Barton County Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) met, May 8, one of the topics for discussion was the use of…

AOK and Wildtree team up again

About Our Kids (AOK) and Wildtree are pleased to announce that they are stepping outside the usual fundraising box. Rather than selling the usual array of candy, popcorn, gift wrap…

Robertson receives much deserved honor

Robertson receives much deserved honor

By MELODY METZGER   Lamar Democrat   A very special person was honored on Monday, May 5, when the nature trail behind the Lamar High School was dedicated to former…

Come visit Prairie Mercantile in Lockwood

Come visit Prairie Mercantile in Lockwood

LOCKWOOD-Prairie Mountain Screening of Lockwood offers imprinted sportswear for many different national parks, resorts and souvenir shops across the nation. Due to a large supply of discontinued items, overruns, samples…

Two Cities One Heart connects God, people, purpose and hope

Two Cities One Heart connects God, people, purpose and hope

By MELODY METZGER   Lamar Democrat   A special event took place in Lamar on May 1-4, connecting God, people, purpose and hope. Mark and Kenda Garfield, who had served…

Hughes earns certification

MADISON, Wisconsin-Eric Hughes, an American Family Insurance agent in Lamar, Missouri, has been recognized for providing outstanding customer experience under the American Star Excellence in Customer Experience Certification. Hughes joins…

Lamar Police Department report

The following calls were made by the Lamar Police Department:   * Officers noticed an individual in a vehicle on May 1 that had an active Lamar municipal warrant. The…

Treat waterhemp now for effective herbicide control

LAMAR-Two-inch tall waterhemp and sedge grass are starting to show up in area corn fields according to Jill Scheidt, agronomy specialist with University of Missouri Extension. That means now is…

“May hay is okay” says extension specialist

MT. VERNON-Cool season grass hay cut in the month of May can be of exceptional quality when harvested in the boot to early heading stage according to Eldon Cole, a…

Pursuit leads to multiple agency manhunt, most wanted still at large

Pursuit leads to multiple agency manhunt, most wanted still at large

Vernon County authorities say a wanted felon remains at large after a lengthy pursuit Tuesday evening. May 6. According to a press release from the Vernon County Sheriff’s Office, Dillon…