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10th Street Community Farmers’ Market Salsa Showdown winners

10th Street Community Farmers’ Market Salsa Showdown winners

The 10th Street Community Farmers’ Market held a Salsa Showdown Saturday, July 26. The winners were, left to right, Glenda Epple, first place and Nancy Johnson, second.…

10th Street Community Farmers’ Market holds gladiola contest

10th Street Community Farmers’ Market holds gladiola contest

                                                Willis Strong won the gladiola contest…

Pediatric crash cart donated to BCMH

Pediatric crash cart donated to BCMH

Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals recently donated a pediatric crash cart to Barton County Memorial Hospital’s Surgery Department. Pictured are, left to right, BCMH Operating Room Supervisor Pat Daniel, Children’s Miracle…

Area 4-H’ers compete at Ozark Empire Fair

Area 4-H’ers compete at Ozark Empire Fair

Southwest Regional 4-H families had an exciting day July 28, at the Ozark Empire Fair. 4-H Youth County Achievement Day winners converged on the OEF fairgrounds to participate in a…

Stolen car results in charges being filed

GREENFIELD-Twenty-six year old Christopher Peebles is currently in the Dade County Jail on a $50,000 cash bond, following the theft of a vehicle that was reported taken at 6:24 a.m.…

Consultant to be hired to assist BCMH

The Barton County Memorial Hospital Board of Directors met July 28, with the meeting being called to order by Chairperson Karen Wegener. Other members present were Tom Shaw, Mike Buchanan…

August Yard of the Month

August Yard of the Month

The Barton County Master Gardener’s are pleased to announce that the “Southside Ladies” at the Scottsdale Apartments on Lexington Street received the Yard of the Month for August. Sharon Anderst…

Utility committee recommends increasing water and sewer rates

LAMAR-Facing an annual loss of just over $55,500 in water billings, the Lamar City Council’s Utility Committee will recommend to the full council a two-year phase-in of higher rates. Water…

MGE seeks to add system replacement surcharge to bills

JEFFERSON CITY-Missouri Gas Energy (MGE) has filed an application with the Missouri Public Service Commission seeking to add an infrastructure system surcharge to the bills of its natural gas customers.…

Lamar Police Department report

The following calls were made during the month of July by the Lamar Police Department. * An off duty officer traveling across the Lamar square on July 1 witnessed a…