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Barton County 4-H participates in Relay for Life

Barton County 4-H participates in Relay for Life

Relay for Life in Barton County was held Saturday, Oct. 4, in the Lamar City Park. The event was opened with a welcome from ACS Director Amanda Johnson, followed by…

New food pantry opens in Lockwood

New food pantry opens in Lockwood

On Sunday, Sept. 28, at 2:30 p.m., a Rite of Dedication took place for the new food pantry at the Immanuel Lutheran Church parking lot facing 160 in Lockwood. Pastor…

October Yard of the Month

October Yard of the Month

Photos for Lamar Democrat courtesy of Diana Hopkins The Barton County Master Gardeners are pleased to announce the Yard of the Month for October belongs to Brian and Camma Griffith…

Johnsongrass, a pest with multiple weapons

Currently, Johnsongrass is the only grass listed on the Missouri Department of Agriculture’s noxious weeds list. This perennial grass can reach over six feet in height, is found throughout the…

Tin horns are subject at Dade County Commission meeting

By CAROLYN HEAD Dade County reporter GREENFIELD-The Dade County Commission met Monday, Sept. 8, 9 a.m. Those present were Randy Daniel, Dallas Maxwell, David Rusch and Melinda Wright. Contractor Dan…

Letter to editor

Dear Editor: On October 1, Proposed Amendment No. 3 printed in the Nevada paper. I advise everyone to read this, as I understand only part of the Amendment No. 3…

Letter to editor

Dear Editor: I noticed in a local paper where there are other people who are not afraid to express their opinion about term limits. The country would be better served…

Where does Barton County fit in with cost of living index?

Nearly everyone is familiar with the expression, “Compare apples to apples.” When delving into cost of living statistics released by MERIC, the research division of the Missouri Department of Economic…

A beautiful September, but short on moisture

By RICHARD COOPER Democrat staff writer LAMAR-September was ideal in temperature, providing a transition into autumn that was seamless and welcomed. The entire month lived up to its pleasant reputation.…

Empire District proposes lowering fuel adjustment charge

JEFFERSON CITY-The Empire District Electric Company has filed a request with the Missouri Public Service Commission to lower the fuel adjustment charge on the bills of its electric customers. Empire…