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Nothing screams summer like a busy show schedule at a county fair. With the Laclede County Fair coming up just next week, many families in the county are preparing their entries and dreaming of … more
Fireworks season is here as people celebrate the 4th of July, but exploding devices are not allowed everywhere. According to city laws, fireworks are not allowed to be used in the City of Lebanon … more
The Lebanon R-3 School Board has approved a more than $2 million pay increase for staff. The Board voted 5-0 to approve the fiscal year 2022-23 budget at a board retreat held Wednesday. The … more
The Community Cares Program is accepting grant applications now until August 31, 2022, for 2023 grants.  In order to qualify as a member agency, your organization must be a not-for-profit … more
Governor Mike Parson on Wednesday signed a bill which will require Missourians to present photo IDs when they vote, beginning with the Nov. 2 general election. The new law says all registered … more
 The MFA Oil Foundation has awarded a grant of $2,000 to the New Life Project of Lebanon to assist with purchasing a burglar alarm and security system.  more
New Life House is accepting donations and making plans for their biggest fundraiser of the year – their annual Yard Sale.  New Life House offers a “new life” for women … more
Wednesday, July 6 is the deadline to register to vote for the Aug. 2 Primary Election. If you can’t make it to one of the registration sites, you may register online at the link provided on the … more
Shane Patrick Norman, of Eldridge, pleaded guilty to the charge of 2nd degree murder Friday. Norman was arrested in March of last year after an extensive investigation into the murder and … more
The Lebanon Parks Department has reached a resolution after facing scrutiny involving a player with physical limitations last week. The incident occurred during a 12U recreational game at Atchley … more
After dealing with supply chain issues and the pandemic, firework sales are back to making a big bang this year. Local fireworks store operators said sales are going well as people prepare for the … more
A Lebanon woman was killed in a two-vehicle wreck at 10 a.m. Sunday on Missouri 5, six miles north of Lebanon. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, the wreck occurred when Dennis A. … more
It may just be due to the sweet smell of summer heat in the air, but I’ve been finding myself down at Bennett Spring quite a lot lately. My two favorite destinations as a kid were Bass Pro … more
The Ozarks have always been known as a region for Ozark Mountain music, bluegrass. For decades, folks have flocked to Missouri for picking and grinning at some of the finest modern bluegrass venues. High … more
What if a freight train derailed and released dangerous chemicals in Lebanon? Laclede County’s emergency responders had a chance to explore what they would do in the event of a catastrophe at a … more
The Laclede County Commission meeting Tuesday included discussion of contracting with a design firm for the sheriff’s office addition to the courthouse. The commission has decided on Pragon out of … more
A Long Lane area man is charged with shooting his son in the head Saturday morning. Dallas County Deputies responded to Cedar Ridge Road in the Long lane area of Dallas County at about 1 a.m. … more
LHS sophomore Alia Barker has become the Lebanon School District’s first State Medalist in Speech and Debate since 1999. Barker placed 3rd in the State speech and debate Storytelling … more
In the 15th year of its existence, the Lebanon Route 66 Festival is still bringing people to Lebanon just as “the Mother Road” did for decades thanks to the Lebanon-Laclede Route 66 … more
Ryne Emerick has found a scientific formula that works well at Lebanon High School. Through the LHS Research Lab, he has given his students the opportunity to fully immerse themselves in their … more
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