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Study to focus on Spring River watershed

By RICHARD COOPER   Democrat staff writer    The Spring River watershed covers over 2,000 square miles in Missouri, Kansas, and Oklahoma. It is considered an impaired waterway due to…

Lamar R-1 School Board discuss final plans for Phase II

By Sharie Voorhees   Democrat staff writer   sharievoorhees@lamardemocrat.com   Todd Bolin with H-Design was present Thursday evening, July 18, at the meeting of the Lamar R-1 School Board to…

Two-vehicle accident

Two-vehicle accident

Lamar Democrat/Richard Cooper There were no injuries but considerable damage to a van in a two-vehicle accident at 12th and Heagon at about 5 p.m., July 22. Edith Troyer was…

Youth programs discussed at Dade County Commission meeting

By CAROLYN HEAD Dade County reporter   GREENFIELD-The Dade County Commission met Monday, July 8. They traveled to check on the progress being made on the N. Dade 21 culvert,…

CAFO is main topic of meeting

By CAROLYN HEAD   Dade County reporter   GREENFIELD-Dade County Commissioner Randy Daniel called the CAFO hearing meeting of the Dade County Health Ordinance to order at 6:30 p.m. on…

Labor bid awarded to Dan Long Construction

By CAROLYN HEAD   Dade County reporter   GREENFIELD- Presiding Commissioner Randy Daniel opened the Dade County Commission at 9 a.m. on July 15. Others present were Eastern Commissioner David…

PSC approves merger of Laclede Gas and Missouri Gas Energy

JEFFERSON CITY-The Missouri Public Service Commission (PSC) has unanimously approved an agreement that authorizes Laclede Gas Company to purchase the natural gas operations of Missouri Gas Energy (MGE). Laclede has…

Employment numbers mixed as labor force expands

By RICHARD COOPER   Democrat staff writer   JEFFERSON CITY-June employment figures from Barton County and the four adjoining Missouri counties were decidedly mixed. All five counties saw the size…

Polymer-Wood Technologies stays on course

Polymer-Wood Technologies stays on course

By RICHARD COOPER   Democrat staff writer   LAMAR-The CEO of Polymer-Wood Technologies, Evan Daniels, and his colleagues have been following a busy schedule meeting with major industrial door manufacturers…

Progress report on new runway

Progress report on new runway

Lamar Democrat/Richard Cooper A worker drives a stake to mark what will become the center line of Lamar Municipal Airport’s new 4,000 foot runway. The contractor for the project is…