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Three injury accidents were reported Monday in Laclede County by the Missouri State Highway Patrol. n A Lebanon man was hurt in a single vehicle wreck at 6:25 a.m. on Interstate 44 at the 120 … more
Laclede County had more reports of COVID-19 infections in the first two weeks of January than it has had in any other two-week period since the pandemic started. The Laclede County Health … more
Some Lebanon High School students and teachers helped celebrate the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. Monday in Springfield. The group of 17 students and four English, art and social studies … more
The Joel E. Barber School District has cancelled classes for the rest of the week. In a Facebook announcement, the district said classes for Jan. 19, 20 and 21 will not be held because of illness. … more
The Lebanon Lion's Club along with the Marshfield Lion’s Club joined in celebrating the 90th anniversary of both clubs recently at a banquet in Marshfield. According to Lion Debbie Cantrell, who … more
The Lebanon R-3 School Board has modified its COVID-19 policies. The Board voted 6-0 Tuesday to approve changes to the District’s Safe Return To In-Person Instruction and Continuity of Services … more
After more than 30 years, Cathy Dame is saying good-bye to the Lebanon-Laclede County Library. The longtime library director has announced her resignation effective Feb. 7. Library Board of … more
A local group is preparing to conduct its second count of homeless people in Laclede County. The Point in Time Count is an initiative to count the homeless population throughout the 101 counties … more
Patrons of the Lebanon-Laclede County Library are noticing a new addition at the front of the building that will make it easier to pick up items. The library used CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief … more
Longtime Lebanon R-III School Superintendent Dr. Victor B. Slaughter died Friday in Benton House Assisted Living in Olathe, Kan. He was 88. He was born May 23, 1933, in Kennett, Mo. to Rudie … more
The Missouri Department of Transportation and BNSF Railway are in discussions about the recently repaired railroad crossing on Jefferson Avenue near Downtown Lebanon. Jefferson Avenue was closed … more
The Lebanon City Council Monday night extended the contract of City Administrator Michael Schumacher through June 30, 2025. Mayor Jared Carr said the new agreement adds two years to Schumacher’s … more
In just a little over a week’s time, the Laclede County Health Department has received reports of 254 new positive COVID-19 cases. The LCHD announced Monday afternoon that over the period of … more
Missouri Masonic Home and Lodge 83 has donated $30,000 to the Shepherds Pack program. Susan Atteberry, Shepherd’s Pack director, said the program was started about 15 years ago. “I think … more
A new nonprofit organization has been formed to take charge of Lebanon Downtown revitalization efforts. The Downtown Business District announced Monday that the new organization, Lebanon Missouri … more
When Dewayne Baker retired from nearly 30 years of working mostly in construction, he turned his attention to building things of a smaller scale. Baker said he’s always built things out of … more
Lebanon city employees are getting a pay raise. The Lebanon City Council discussed the decision at a work session Thursday. Mayor Jared Carr said it has been difficult for the city to compete … more
Inclement weather Thursday led to three injury accidents reported by the Missouri State Highway Patrol. Two people from Chicago, Ill. were hurt in a wreck that involved two vehicles at 9:57 a.m. … more
First State Community Bank is offering a Downtown lot to the City of Lebanon as a possible park location. The lot is located between Larry’s Barber Shop and the CenturyLink building in the 100 … more
The Missouri General Assembly began a new session this week and redistricting is one of the top issues on the agenda The legislature is expected to act on new boundaries for Missouri’s eight … more
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