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Accident report

According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, a 2001 Ford Explorer, being driven by Douglas L Meister, 53, Lamar, was traveling northbound on I49, just north of Jasper, when he…

Tripp isn’t the only athlete in the Tucker family

Tripp isn’t the only athlete in the Tucker family

Everyone knows that Tripp Tucker is an amazing athlete. He plays multiple sports and excels at them all! But what many people may not realize is there is a reason…

MAC continues to seek legislative assistance for county needs

By RICHARD COOPER Democrat staff writer JEFFERSON CITY-When county officials met at Tan-Tar-A resort in Osage Beach, November 23-25 for the annual conclave of the Missouri Association of Counties (MAC),…

Interest shown in old Stemmons law firm building

By CAROLYN HEAD Dade County reporter GREENFIELD-The Dade County Commission met Monday, Oct. 10, at 9 a.m. Those present were Randy Daniel, David Rusch, Dallas Maxwell and Melinda Wright. A…

County considering purchase of multi-use Geographical Information System

By RICHARD COOPER Democrat staff writer LAMAR-A demonstration by a vendor on December 1 has seemingly convinced the Barton County Commission of the need for equipment that can produce multi-layered…

Veterans’ Day program held at Maple Senior Living

Veterans’ Day program held at Maple Senior Living

Wayne Johnston with the Lamar Elks Club presented certificates to six veterans during a special Veterans’ Day recognition ceremony held at Maple Senior Living. Mycah Reed sang the National Anthem,…

Mitchem sworn in as Lamar postmaster

Mitchem sworn in as Lamar postmaster

Lamar Democrat/Melissa Little A special swearing in ceremony, complete with refreshments for those attending, was held for Lamar Postmaster Heather Mitchem on Wednesday morning, Nov. 19, at the Lamar Post…

Lamar native awarded international medal

Lamar native awarded international medal

Stephen Nutt, AIA, NCARB, CAE, Sr. Architect and Advisor to the CEO at the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards was awarded the Consejo Nacional de Registro de la Certificacion…

Property owners, beware of scam!

LAMAR-If you received a document through the mail titled, RECORDED DEED NOTICE, you are the target of a scam. It seems many property owners in Barton County received a large…

National Council on Aging banishes many myths about falls

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Many people think falls are a normal part of aging. The truth is they are not. Most falls can be prevented by learning a few steps to…