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The Lebanon City Council will consider a stay-at-home order for the city. At Thursday’s coronavirus briefing with area government and other agencies, Mayor Jared Carr announced a special city … more
A Tunas man was injured in a two-vehicle crash at 1:20 p.m. Sunday on Missouri 64, just west of Mo. 64A, 10 miles west of Lebanon. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Trevor L. Moon, … more
With commissioners saying they did not want to create additional anxiety as they deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, the Laclede County Commission has decided against supporting a … more
A Laclede County Jail inmate was discovered dead of an apparent suicide in his solitary cell Monday night, according to the Laclede County Sheriff’s Office. The inmate, William J. Binns, 22, of … more
Local food pantries are feeling the effect of the novel coronavirus and some say they are running low on supplies. Salvation Army Director Sue Watson said their pantry is still open to one person … more
All Laclede County school districts will remain closed through at least April 30. The announcement was made in a join press release Tuesday from Gasconade C-4, Laclede County C-5 (Joel E. Barber), … more
A local restaurant is helping provide a needed hygiene item during the novel coronavirus pandemic. Tina Fears-Akers, owner of T’s Redneck Steakhouse, said they were given permission to use their … more
The Lebanon City Council recently went on record saying it would not entertain an electric rate increase while electric reserve funds remained over 40 percent of the annual operating revenue. City … more
The Lebanon High School Class of 2020 is making plans for a time capsule that will be buried in a city park and opened in 2100. Students heading up the project are Emily Lester and James … more
G3 Boats has suspended production because of the COVID-19 pandemic. G3 said it has paused production for one week to protect the health and safety of G3 workers as a result of the COVID-19 virus. … more
Fire destroyed a home at 517 Murphy in Lebanon early Wednesday morning. Lebanon Fire Chief Sam Schneider said the call came in at 5:19 a.m. A family of three lived in the house. No one was … more
The Laclede County Health Department reported Thursday it was still waiting on the results of eight tests for COVD-19. As of Friday morning, no cases of the virus had been reported in Laclede … more
Area school districts and local groups are trying to keep kids fed while school is out of session due to spring break and the COVID-19 pandemic. The Lebanon School District is providing free meals … more
During this difficult time, it's important for citizens to help and support small businesses. They need us now more than ever! These local businesses have remained open to serve you. This list is … more
The Lebanon Parks Department will be closing restrooms and playgrounds at City parks through at least April 6 due to the COVID-19 crisis. The parks department will be keeping trails and ball … more
Monday night’s Lebanon City Council proceeded as scheduled, but with some modifications because of the ongoing coronavirus concerns. Attendance at the meeting was limited and it was streamed … more
Brunswick Corporation is suspending production at its Lowe Boats plant in Lebanon, in response to the impact of COVID-19. Lee Gordon, director of Brunswick Marine Public Relations, said Monday the … more
Sport fishing and daily trout tag permit requirements are being waived at Bennett Spring State Park. The Missouri Department of Conservation is temporarily waiving the requirements for Missouri … more
A Pulaski County person with COVID-19 was at the Lebanon Mercy Hospital radiology department March 13, according to information released Monday by the Pulaski County Health Department. Four cases … more
Ben Havens, hatchery manager at Bennett Spring State Park, got a surprise March 19. “The Weather Service called for a half inch of rain when I went to bed last night (March 18). That’s what … more
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