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Daffodils are showing signs of spring!

By DORRIS MAYFIELD Be happy, daffodils are showing signs of spring! Southwest Region OATS continues the opportunity of providing transportation services for medical and personal needs to the Barton and…

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…

Joseph Stephen Peters

Joseph Stephen Peters

Levi and Amy Peters, Carthage, announce the birth of their first child, a son. Joseph Stephen Peters was born on Thursday, Jan. 9, 2014, at 10:53 a.m. Joe weighed seven…

Marriage license application

The following have filed a marriage license application with the Barton County Recorder’s Office: Timothy Alexander Splitter, 21, Liberal and Kayley Breanna Johnston, 19, Liberal.  …

4-H City Clovers

4-H City Clovers

By LEXI PHIPPS Reporter   The 4-H City Clovers met on January 12 at the LUMC. The members met at the food pantry to help pack up backpack snack food…

Lamar Country Club Winter Bridge

Betty Weston was the hostess Tuesday, Feb. 18. The winner was Betty Gilkey, with second going to Joann Jones. The hostess February 25 is scheduled to be Imogene Williams. Betty…

Liberal author releases newest fiction novel nationwide

LIBERAL- Author Rebecca R. Brown is proud to announce the release of her new fiction novel, “Death Has No Hold: An Unbroken Circle.” Queen Lucienda Vaneesia Lamont’s hunger for power…

22nd annual collectors association show scheduled

CARTHAGE-The 22nd Annual Spring Barton-Jasper County Collectors Association show will be held Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 22 and 23, at Memorial Hall in Carthage. The show will include coins, stamps,…

Pastor’s note

By MARK TURNBOUGH Lamar United Methodist Church   Baseball season is here! One spring began uncustomarily. In 1894 the Baltimore Orioles came to Boston to play a routine baseball game.…

Pastor’s note

By MARK TURNBOUGH Lamar United Methodist Church   Recently, scammers have broken into debit/credit card accounts, stealing our numbers and  our merchandise. We’ve all been warned. However, I am grateful…