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Lamar Heights receives MoDOT refund, visits with CDC developer

By RICHARD COOPER Democrat staff writer LAMAR HEIGHTS-Lamar Heights has received a refund of $5,250.61 from the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) as its share of the interest earned on…

4-H teens present anti bullying books to Lamar school libraries

4-H teens present anti bullying books to Lamar school libraries

Barton County teens presented copies of Marshall The Miracle Dog to the Lamar Middle School and Lamar West Elementary libraries. The book is an excellent read and will carry an…

4-H teens continue with spring planting

4-H teens continue with spring planting

4-H members of the City Clovers 4-H Club took some time to fill flower beds at the Rick Mammen Memorial Sidewalk Project, located on the Historic Lamar Constitution Square. 4-H…

AOK youth and 4-H Teen Leaders partner on spring project

AOK youth and 4-H Teen Leaders partner on spring project

The AOK teens and the 4-H Teen Leaders partnered for a Spring Clean Up project, tending to the flower beds at Nathan’s Place. The teens recently took a walking tour…

Wilson Farms Greenhouse & Produce to observe customer appreciation day

Wilson Farms Greenhouse & Produce to observe customer appreciation day

Wilson Farms Greenhouse & Produce will hold its 8th Annual Customer Appreciation Day on Saturday, April 18. Free food will be served throughout the day, along with drawings for hanging…

Lamar Bank & Trust set to celebrate 90th anniversary

Lamar Bank & Trust Company will celebrate its 90th anniversary on Friday, May 1, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., with cake and punch served in the lobby. Lamar Bank…

10th St. Farmers’ Market to celebrate Earth Day

The 10th Street Community Farmers’ Market will celebrate Earth Day on Saturday, April 25, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Moore Pavilion, 10th and Poplar in Lamar. This is…

BCMH Proposition 1 and Lamar’s mayoral race highlight election

By RICHARD COOPER Democrat staff writer It is not uncommon to see voter turnout for the April Municipal Elections at less than 25 percent. However, a hospital levy issue and…

Lamar is now home to licensed CrossFit facility

Lamar is now home to licensed CrossFit facility

As people age certain truths are made obvious, such as there is no tooth fairy. There isn’t an Easter bunny who delivers candy and, sadly, there is no magic pill…

Spring greetings from OATS Transportation Service

By DORRIS MAYFIELD Spring greetings to everyone! Southwest Region OATS continues the opportunity of providing transportation service for medical and personal needs to the Barton and Dade county communities. OATS…