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A group of four friends started a tradition in 1973. Gerald Newman, Bob Manuel, Ron Rude and Tom Paul began camping at Bennett Spring State Park a day or two before the March 1 buzzer sounded and … more
The local Housing Coalition has taken its first step toward addressing the homeless problem in the community. The group and other local organizations last month conducted a count of homeless … more
Mayor Jared Carr offered a rebuke at Monday night’s Council meeting to what he called “bizarre and unfounded” claims made by a candidate for mayor about changes to the the city’s trash … more
If the long range forecasts that Ben Havens, hatchery manager at Bennett Spring State Park, heard are correct, anglers will be very happy on March 1, the opening day of trout season. Havens spoke … more
Candidate filing began Tuesday for the Aug. 4 primary election in Laclede County. Candidates as of Tuesday morning were all running in the Republican primary. Those filing were, Assessor: … more
A City of Lebanon notice seeking bids for trash service is drawing criticism from a candidate for mayor. City officials disputed claims by candidate Jim White, a former city councilman, that … more
Laclede County Deputy Matt Frederick is spiffying up his new office. As the newly assigned deputy to the Conway area, he will share the Conway City Hall building where his office is in the … more
Law enforcement officers seized methamphetamine in two separate incidents Wednesday. Officers from Lake Area Narcotics Enforcement Group (LANEG), Missouri Highway Patrol’s DDDC Team 9, Laclede … more
State Wrestling Day 2 [Photo gallery]
Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) maintenance crews will replace four culvert pipes on Route OO in Laclede and Dallas counties next week. The work between Route 64-A in Laclede County … more
LCR photo/Fines Massey Demolition of the Lebanon Junior High School nears completion with only the rubble left to be cleaned up. See page A11 of Wednesday's LCR for a pictorial timeline of the … more
Despite cuts announced last week by its owner, the Emerson Climate Technologies plant in Lebanon has no plans to eliminate jobs, according to Keith Calhoun, plant manager. Emerson announced a … more
Lebanon native Josh Ketcham, who is a government contract worker in China, left Wuhan, just before the coronavirus breakout made international headlines. Upon his return, Ketcham spent 15 days … more
Slate and Glass Media of the Eldridge area has received the National Wild Turkey Federation’s Tom Kelly Communicator of the Year Award for its work with the series “Undivided.” Nathanial … more
A Lebanon teenager was killed and three others were injured in a single-vehicle crash at 12:25 p.m. Saturday on Rockwell Drive, north of Evanston Road in Laclede County. According to the Missouri … more
Acts of courage, selflessness, and compassion will be recognize at this year’s Laclede County Hometown Heroes breakfast April 23. Two Laclede County citizens and two nonprofit organizations … more
The Lebanon Planning and Zoning Commission has approved plans to plat land for the city’s new emergency services building. The action came at the commission’s meeting Thursday night. For … more
Lebanon High School students got a lesson in local government and a new sidewalk for the high school area to Breaktime as a result of a recent initiative. The City Council on Monday approved … more
The construction of a new gym at Maplecrest could be delayed by 30 to 60 days. At the Feb. 12 meeting of the Lebanon R-3 School Board, the board learned of the delay from Kristi Beattie with Sapp … more
Lebanon’s new Nelson Park sports complex is on schedule for an April opening, Park Director John Shelton said at Wednesday’s Park Board meeting. Shelton told the board the outfield grass is … more
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