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The Laclede County Commission on Tuesday approved an agreement with the City of Lebanon to provide Office of Emergency Management (OEM) services. At Tuesday’s Commission meeting, Presiding … more
Five more Wall of Honor recipients had their plaques added to the Lebanon Wall of Honor at the Cowan Civic Center for the November 7 ceremony. Beverly Miller Keltner, Glenda Mott and Tom … more
A jury  on Thursday found former Lebanon certified public accountant Doug Richardson guilty of four counts of wire fraud and six counts of money laundering. He was accused of a $7 million scheme … more
Lebanon R-3 schools have received about $23,000 in grant funds from the Lebanon Education Foundation. The grants were awarded in a ceremony held Wednesday at the Laclede County License Bureau. … more
Lebanon voters said yes Tuesday to a 1/2 cent public safety sales tax for the city. The tax passed with 56 percent of the vote or a total of 508 votes, according to the unofficial results from … more
The Lebanon R-3 Board of Education has voted to approve bids for the construction of a gymnasium at Maplecrest Elementary School at a cost of $4.5 million. The vote came at a Board work session … more
Lebanon’s new Police Chief took office Monday in front of more than 100 people in a packed City Council chamber. Bryan Arnold was sworn in by  Assistant City Administrator/City Clerk … more
The Lebanon Police Department is investigating a Saturday night assault that ended with two local men being taken to a hospital to be treated for multiple stab wounds. Police were called out to … more
Lebanon Middle School students will present the musical “Aladdin Jr.” at 7 p.m. Nov. 7, 8 and 9 at the Middle School. The cast includes 47 7th and 8th grade students in a … more
A 3-year-old Lebanon boy died after an ATV wreck in Newton County Tuesday. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Christopher McDougald, 46, of Lebanon was driving a 2013 Polaris RZR … more
Laclede County’s Old Glory Fund raised $8,843 to replace the vandalized large American flag for the courthouse. Two new flags were purchased and the more than $4,000 remaining was … more
Lebanon voters will go to the polls Tuesday to decide the fate of a proposed 1/2 cent sales tax for public safety. City officials say the tax funds would be used for public safety needs, … more
Lebanon’s friendly neighborhood Spider-Man is on the lookout for kids that need to smile their way to better days. Like the popular Spider-Man of comic books and movies, he shows up … more
A Conway High School student was taken into custody Sunday night in connection with a threatening social media post. Laclede County R-1 School Superintendent Mark Hedger said this incident had … more
Sustainable Ozarks Partnership officials have asked the City of Lebanon to renew its membership for for a third year. At Monday’s City Council meeting, SOP Executive Director Dorsey … more
Lebanon’s new Nelson Park is taking shape and is still on track to open in April of next year. Parks Director John Shelton said the project needs a few days of good weather to continue the … more
Final reservations are being accepted through Friday, Nov. 1, for the 19th Annual Wall of Honor Banquet which will be held on Thursday, Nov. 7, at the Cowan Civic Center Grand Foyer. Social Hour … more
Lebanon voters will decide Nov. 5  if the city should have a Public safety sales tax 1/2 of one percent. City officials say the tax is needed to pay for increasing law enforcement, fire and … more
Thanks to an enhanced nuisance code and its enforcement, the city of Lebanon is looking better. More lawns and yards are being mowed and kept free of junk. Consequently, neighborhoods are … more
The Lebanon Family YMCA’s big fundraiser of the year is coming. The third annual Chili Cook-off and Auction is from 5 until 8 p.m. Friday. YMCA Executive Director Brandi Prock said … more
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