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Dade County Commission explains changes in SEMA and FEMA funding

By CAROLYN HEAD Dade County reporter   GREENFIELD-The Dade County Commission met at 9 a.m. on September 30. Present were Presiding Commissioner Randy Daniel, Eastern Commissioner Dallas Maxwell and Western…

Madhatterr Toys & Games joins Barton County Chamber of Commerce

Madhatterr Toys & Games joins Barton County Chamber of Commerce

Madhatterr Toys & Games is proud to join the Barton County Chamber of Commerce. Madhatterr Toys carries a full line of toys and games for kids of all ages, from…

Lady Tigers team up with BCMH to raise money for HOPE4U

Lady Tigers team up with BCMH to raise money for HOPE4U

The Lamar Lady Tiger volleyball team teamed up with Barton County Memorial Hospital last week to raise money for BCMH’s HOPE4U, a program that provides financial assistance for mammograms. The Lady…

Greenfield Police Department report for August

August 1: S. Main St. for a speak with; 911 center picking up papers; at courthouse dropping off reports; person came into office and had questions about a civil case;…

Accident report

According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, a 2012 Chevrolet Cruz being driven by Brandi M Steeves, 41, Jasper, was heading north on Hwy. 97, two miles south of Lockwood,…

Barton County Chamber presents Lamar School District with Tiger Pride sign

Barton County Chamber presents Lamar School District with Tiger Pride sign

The Barton County Chamber of Commerce is proud to present the Lamar School District with a Tiger Pride Community sign that is located at the corner of Maple and Highway…

Greenfield City Council accepts bids for mowing

GREENFIELD- Mayor Wynes called the Greenfield City Council meeting to order on September 17, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance. The clerk took roll call. Those present were Jack Pugh,…

Lamar couple file suit against Arkansas hospital

A lawsuit has been filed in U.S. District Court in Little Rock, Ark. by Mark and Chelle Gardner of Lamar on behalf of their daughter, Jillian, alleging permanent eye damage…

Salary commission tables COLA issue, to meet again in two weeks

By RICHARD COOPER Democrat staff writer   LAMAR-The Barton County Salary Commission met, October 4, to review and set salaries for the elected public officials of county government. All 11…

September’s song was warm and dry

By RICHARD COOPER Democrat staff writer   LAMAR-September across southwest Missouri was devoid of any kind of record setting weather. It was its usual pleasant self, a bit dry, but…