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Foster parent classes begin in March

The 28th Circuit Children’s Division announces the beginning of foster parent training classes this March. Foster parents provide a temporary placement for youth who are in need of a safe…

Five vehicle accident occurs on Hwy. 160

According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, a five car accident occurred on Hwy. 160, inside the Lamar City Limits. The report stated that the accident happened at 3:20 p.m.…

Forage meeting set

STOCKTON- A forage meeting will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 11, at the Stockton Christian Church, 703 W Street. “This meeting is designed to educate farmers on strategies…

Budget requests reviewed by Dade County Commission

GREENFIELD-Presiding Commissioner Randy Daniel called the Dade County Commission to order at 9 a.m. on January 8. Also in attendance were Eastern Commissioner Dallas Maxwell and Western Commissioner David Rusch.…

Local schools could possibly get additional monies

Could local area schools get additional monies from the 2015 Missouri budget? According to Governor Jay Nixon, during his State of the State address, the answer is yes. The Governor’s…

Lamar License Office contract up for bid

JEFFERSON CITY-The Missouri Office of Administration is now accepting management contract bids for the Lamar License Office. Interested individuals and groups must submit their bids to operate the Lamar License…

Right to Life rally draws large crowd

Right to Life rally draws large crowd

By RICHARD COOPER Democrat staff writer   LAMAR-Approximately 120 pro-life supporters attended the annual Right to Life rally, January 26, at Memorial Hall. Featured speaker was Danelle Howard, staff member…

Currency expert to teach seminar at mid-Missouri coin show

OSAGE BEACH-Steve Carr, a nationally known expert in Large Cents and Kansas National Bank Notes, will present a free seminar on “First Names on National Bank Notes” at the Mid-Missouri…

Final filings for city offices and county boards

By RICHARD COOPER   Democrat staff writer   There appears to be plenty of competition for city elective offices in the forthcoming April 8 elections in Barton County and surrounding…

Candidates for area boards of education

By RICHARD COOPER   Democrat staff writer   This is the year that three seats become vacant on seven-member boards of education in Missouri. That, alone, adds to the number…