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Intern has interesting family tree

Intern has interesting family tree

Liam Detwiller, has been an intern at the Lewis County Press corporation office in LaGrange during the summer. Liam is 22 years old and will be a senior at Georgetown…

RESULTS OF TUESDAY’S PRIMARY ELECTION

RESULTS OF TUESDAY’S PRIMARY ELECTION (For contested offices only)   Barton County Republican U.S. Representative, Dist. 4 Hartzler . . . . . . .1378 Webb . . . .…

LCP acquires The Vedette of Greenfield from New Media Investment Group

LAGRANGE and GREENFIELD-Lewis County Press, LLC, announces the acquisition of The Vedette of Greenfield, Missouri, a paid-weekly newspaper, and The Lake Stockton Shopper. Both publications serve Dade County in southwestern…

Workers waiting for pre-fab sections

Workers waiting for pre-fab sections

Photo for Lamar Democrat courtesy of Michael O’Sullivan Workers are awaiting another semi for the pre-fab sections of the box culvert that will channel water under the bridge’s ramps and…

Track-hoe prepares for bridge’s center support

Track-hoe prepares for bridge’s center support

Photo for Lamar Democrat courtesy of Michael O’Sullivan This track-hoe in the I-49 median, is beginning to prepare for the center support of the bridge at 1st Street. Excavation was…

Free movie sponsored by First Baptist Church of Lamar

The First Baptist Church of Lamar will host the movie, “God’s Not Dead”, at the Plaza Theatre during the Lamar Free Fair. The entire community is invited to see how…

Seasoned Army physician now practicing in Lockwood

Seasoned Army physician now practicing in Lockwood

LOCKWOOD-When it comes to medical experience, Dr. Travis Hawks has been on the front lines, so his homecoming is very fitting. The seasoned U.S. Army family physician has begun practicing…

2014 Fair Guide

July 30, 2014: Fair Guide-PDF Version…

Polymer-Wood Technologies pays taxes

By RICHARD COOPER Democrat staff writer LAMAR-Many months ago, Lamar Mayor Keith Divine observed that surely Polymer-Wood Technologies of Texas is coming to Lamar to start up operations in the…

CART money goes to townships for road maintenance

By RICHARD COOPER Democrat staff writer LAMAR-The Barton County Commission authorized the distribution of CART funds to the county’s townships at its meeting of August 4. CART funds (County Aid…