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At 5:41 p.m. on Jan. 21, Lebanon City Fire and Lebanon Rural Fire departments responded to a residential structure fire at 128 Cedar Crest Drive. “There was no one home at the time of the … more
The Laclede County R-3 School Board has voted extend the contract of Superintendent Dr. David Schmitz for one year. In closed session at last week’s board meeting, the Board voted 6-0 to … more
Lebanon R-3 School District officials opened two water-damaged time capsules this week. They found reminders of a past era, a little the worse for more than 100 years of wear, but some were still … more
Former Lebanon Mayor Josh Ray filed Friday to run for the City Council seat currently held by Councilwoman LeAnn Mather. Ray served as mayor for more than a year, from his election in April 2016 … more
Some big changes are coming to Lebanon’s Cowan Civic Center. The city is planning to add an indoor walking track, sound dampening coverings in the exhibition center and a visitor’s … more
Former Lebanon Daily Record publisher R.B. “Bob’’ Smith III died Thursday in Lebanon. He was 80. Smith was publisher here from 1988 to 1994. He was born March 19, 1939, and … more
Two Stoutland men were killed in a two-vehicle collision at 8 a.m. Monday on Route JJ, two miles east of Sleeper. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Kenneth J. Mosier, 27, the … more
A traffic analysis will be conducted for Lebanon’s west loop, including Beck Lane, Missouri 32 to Fourth Street and Missouri 5. The Lebanon City Council  approved a Traffic … more
A groundbreaking Monday celebrated the construction of a new gymnasium and expanded cafeteria at Maplecrest Elementary School. Maplecrest Principal Bryan Campbell welcomed guests and thanked … more
A Phillipsburg woman drowned over the weekend while attempting to cross a low water crossing on the Osage Fork of the Gasconade River on Auburn Road, a mile and a half north of Rader in Laclede … more
The Lebanon City Council is considering a a lodging facility ordinance city officials say would help resolve any issues with motels in town. City Code Administrator Joe Berkich presented the … more
Lebanon’s dog park is getting some new equipment with the help of a $10,000 donation. At Wednesday’s Lebanon Park Board meeting, the board passed a resolution to accept a bid for the … more
A Laclede County woman who hid her son while in a custody dispute with the father was sentenced Wednesday to five years of supervised probation Aubrey Ferguson, 31, received five years of … more
A 40-year old Phillipsburg man is charged with first degree burglary  in connection with an incident that occurred in the 22000 block of Keepsake Drive on Jan. 8. According to Laclede … more
Three people were hurt in a two-vehicle crash at 10:17 a.m. Friday on Missouri  5, a mile south of Lebanon. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Brittany J. Lander, 30, of … more
Three time capsules have been found at the Lebanon Junior High demolition site. On Thursday, Tanner Hunt and Jeff Stokes of the Laclede County Mason Lodge assisted the Lebanon R-3 School … more
Lebanon residents have about two months to say complete saying goodbye to some well known and remembered landmarks in the city. The old Junior High campus buildings at 500 North Adams are now … more
Work started Tuesday to demolish the Wallace, Rainey and Industrial Arts buildings at the old Lebanon Junior High School campus. A crew from Gerken Environmental began dismantling the Industrial … more
The City of Lebanon is seeking bids for an emergency medical services facility in Lebanon. Proposals will be accepted until 2 p.m. Tuesday Jan. 21, according to a legal notice from the city. … more
Four people from Elkland were injured in a two-vehicle wreck at 7:35 a.m. Tuesday on Missouri 32, four miles west of Lebanon. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported that Phillippe L. … more
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