Local restaurant damaged by fire Fire Chief: A Taste of Andy’s received minor damage in late night Wednesday fire

A fire at A Taste of Andy’s restaurant Wednesday night caused only minor damage, according to Lebanon Fire Chief Sam Schneider.

The fire department received the call to 12225 Millcreek Road at about 11:30 p.m. Schneider said the fire was discovered by some citizens who had stopped to check in at the hotel next door and firefighters arrived minutes later.

Gun show coming to CCC

Gun collectors and hunting enthusiasts have an event to look forward to this weekend.

The R.K Gun and Knife show will be held Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Exhibition Hall at the Cowan Civic Center. Event officials say this event is a must for collectors and hunters due to the amount of items they have available to purchase.

Falcon man hurt in wreck

A Falcon man was injured in a one-vehicle crash at 2:45 p.m. Feb. 17 on Missouri 32, 4 miles east of Lebanon.

According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Russell E. Dyal, 57, the driver of an eastbound 2007 Chevrolet Monte Carlo traveled off the right side of the roadway, overcorrected, and then traveled off the left side of the roadway where he struck a tree, concrete block and overturned.

Dyal sought his own treatment. The Highway Patrol reported his injuries as minor.

The driver was reportedly wearing a seat belt.

Barber to decide on 4-day week

The Joel Barber C-5 School Board will vote next week on whether to continue with a four-day school week.

The board is set to decide March 9 on next year’s school calendar and whether the four-day schedule will continue for the 2016-2017 school year.

A survey by the school district found 86 percent of the 181 parents responding supported the new schedule.

New LDR website will launch on Monday

The Lebanon Daily Record is excited to announce that it will soon have a new, modern and updated website.

Readers who are familiar with the old website may be happy to hear that our IP address (URL) will remain the same at

“We’re very excited for our readers to see our new modern and easier-to-use website. We love the new sleek design, and we hope our readers do too,” said Lebanon Daily Record Interim Editor Fines Massey.

Last call for Brown Derby The liquor store will close its doors for good Saturday after 40 years

Brown Derby has been a part of Lebanon’s retail landscape for 40 years, but on Saturday the liquor store will close its doors for good.

Brown Derby shift leader Jonathan Grafsky said that the Lebanon location has been doing well in terms of business and is not in trouble with the law, but the company is “downsizing.”

“There’s 17 stores all together, and we’re just one outside of Springfield, and they’re just going to liquidize the store,” he said.

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