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AOK and Wildtree Foods work together to benefit the community

AOK and Wildtree Foods work together to benefit the community

Wildtree Foods offers the highest quality herbs, spices and culinary blends that are free of preservatives additives, fillers and promote a healthier lifestyle. Wildtree believes in the value of making…

Bomb squad called out, second time in six months

NEVADA-Traffic was stopped on Austin Blvd. in Nevada late Thursday as four Vernon County Sheriff’s Office vehicles and the Missouri State Highway Patrol Bomb Squad transported some explosives from an…

Dade County Health Department receives a Coover Regional Grant

Dade County Health Department receives a Coover Regional Grant

The Community Foundation of the Ozarks, in partnership with Commerce Trust Company, awarded $10,000 to the Dade County Health Department for the Tiger Power Pack program at the 2014 Coover…

Bourne enters not guilty plea, next court date March 17

LAMAR-Bobby Bourne waived his formal arraignment in Barton County Circuit Court, February 19, and entered a not guilty plea to all charges against him. He is charged with child kidnapping,…

Soil Health Workshop scheduled for March 5

The MU Extension Bradford Research Center with hold a Soil Health Workshop from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., in Lamar on Wednesday, March 5, at Thiebuad Auditorium. This workshop will…

A second look at the County Commissioners training session

By RICHARD COOPER Democrat staff writer   LAMAR-Following their return home from the annual training session of the County Commissioners Association of Missouri (CCAM), February 12-14, in Columbia, the Barton…

New bridge being installed

New bridge being installed

Lamar Democrat/Richard  Cooper  Ozark Crane of Springfield prepares to lift a precast portion of a new bridge being installed at 18th & Gulf. The new bridge is part of the…

Stolen firearms recovered, arrests made in burglary case

Stolen firearms recovered, arrests made in burglary case

Ten firearms have been recovered in a burglary the Vernon County Sheriff’s Office responded to Thursday afternoon, Feb. 13. According to Sheriff Jason Mosher, at least 18 firearms along with…

Safety in city park playgrounds main topic of council meeting

By RICHARD COOPER   Democrat staff writer   LAMAR-The park board met with the Lamar City Council, Monday night, to discuss ways of making the park’s playgrounds safer for children.…

Trula Cain Memorial Dog Park to open this spring

Trula Cain Memorial Dog Park to open this spring

Gene William Grounds, son of Gene and Becky Grounds, received his Eagle Scout award on January 27. To receive this award Gene had to complete several requirements, the last being…