Login

You are not currently logged in.
Home » Archives by category » News (Page 78)

East outer road to be closed at First Street

The east outer road at First Street in Lamar will be closed beginning Tuesday, July 29 and will last through mid-November, the Missouri Department of Transportation said. The road is…

New benches placed around Greenfield square

By CAROLYN HEAD Dade County Reporter GREENFIELD-The Greenfield City Council was called to order by Mayor Evans on July 3, at 7 p.m. The Pledge of Allegiance was given by…

Memorial car show to be held

The 2nd Annual Memorial Car and Bike Show and Burnout Competition will be held Saturday, July 26, with the car show beginning at 10 a.m. Judging will be held at…

Lamar R-I board fills vacancy, hears facility update

Lamar R-I board fills vacancy, hears facility update

LAMAR-One late resignation and filling that vacancy were among the items on the agenda of the July 17 meeting of the Lamar R-I Board of Education. The resignation came from…

Pursuit sends driver to jail after spike strips were deployed

Pursuit sends driver to jail after spike strips were deployed

A Bronaugh resident is behind bars after he allegedly tried outrunning Vernon County Sheriff’s Deputies in a mini-van late Friday night. According to a press release from sheriff’s office, on…

In God We Trust LLC marks 75th monthly coin auction

MINDENMINES-On the second Tuesday in August, a local business will celebrate a milestone anniversary. The event of the evening of August 12 will mark the 75th time that In God…

It’s the end of the world as we know it…

By MELODY METZGER Lamar Democrat The words to this popular REM song played in our heads here at the Democrat office on Thursday, July 17, when the world seemed to…

Moyer competes in cook-off at Angus show

Moyer competes in cook-off at Angus show

During the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), pop culture characters were seen milling around the exhibition hall. The Golden Girls and Justin Bieber mingled with Olympian Shaun White and some…

BNSF expresses interest in land for tank car refurbishing

By RICHARD COOPER Democrat staff writer LAMAR-A vendor of services to the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad was in Lamar, June 13, to look at land west of Walmart and…

Mary Probert awarded much deserved Golden Harvest Days Person of the Year

Mary Probert awarded much deserved Golden Harvest Days Person of the Year

By MELODY METZGER Lamar Democrat GOLDEN CITY-One couldn’t have asked for better weather on Wednesday, July 16, as Golden City kicked off its Golden Harvest Days. In fact, it was…