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Z&P decides fate of existing game machines

The Lebanon Zoning and Planning Commission will allow existing gaming machines to remain in the city.The Commission voted Thursday to grant a conditional use for existing gaming machines. In the …

Parson signs congressional redistricting into law

Governor Mike Parson on Wednesday signed into law new boundaries for Missouri’s eight congressional districts. HB 2909 contains an emergency clause and went into effect immediately upon …

Defending her country and its citizens

Melissa Bradley was in the Navy for 15 years. The experience continued to shape her life long afterward by giving her another chance to serve in the Public Defender Office in Lebanon. Thanks to …

Z&P commission approves request to transform motel

The old OYO Motel at 1221 Millcreek will be converted into a multi-family residence. The Lebanon Zoning and Planning Commission has approved a conditional use request for the building at its …

Wagons for Warriors kicks off May 27

An annual event to support veterans and celebrate cowboy-style cooking will take place May 27 and 28 at the Lebanon fairgrounds. The 11th annual Wagons for Warriors includes more than 30 chuck …

County plans Sheriff's Office expansion

Laclede County officeholders are working on plans for a building addition that will provide more space for the Sheriff’s Office. Laclede County Sheriff David Millsap said the addition, to be …

Legendary rock’n’roll bands take Ozarks Amp stage

With the weather warming up and summer sneaking behind shortly, one of the perfect pastimes for entertainment is live music. Less than half an hour down Missouri 5 to Camdenton, the Ozarks …

Exhibitors prepare for 2022 fair

Hundreds flocked to the Laclede County Fairgrounds Saturday, May 14 for the market animal weigh-ins. “This is the first stage of the market animal show and sale,” explained Laclede County …

LHS seniors attend baccalaureate service Sunday

Photos courtesy of Eric Adams About 60 Lebanon High School seniors attended the Class of 2022 Baccalaureate Service Sunday at Lebanon Family Church. The multi-denominational service was themed …

Z&P to decide on gaming machines

The fate of gaming machines in Lebanon may be decided at Thursday’s Zoning and Planning Commission meeting. The Commission will decide whether to require businesses with existing gaming machines …

LCR welcomes new editor, Shelby Atkison

We are so excited to welcome Shelby Atkison to our team at the Laclede County Record. Shelby has been named our new managing editor taking the place of Fines Massey who is leaving to work …

Students accepted into Missouri Scholar Academy

Three students from Lebanon High School have been accepted into the Missouri Scholar’s Academy, but they need sponsorships to attend the prestigious program. Joseph Tietze, Mary Oberdiek and …

Help wanted!

The Lebanon R-3 School District has struggled this year, like many districts, to attract bus drivers and substitute teachers. Assistant Superintendent Brad Armstrong said getting bus drivers has …

City budget discussed at council work session

Traffic flow, improved code enforcement and maintaining city streets and buildings are among the priorities to be addressed in the City of Lebanon’s 2023 budget. The Lebanon City Council …

Cattle die in overturned hauler on Mo. 32

Multiple livestock were injured with at least 18 dead after a semi truck hauling 68 cattle ran off the roadway and overturned on Missouri 32 near Winnipeg Drive. “There were 18 head that expired …

Council votes on utilities increase

The Lebanon City Council at its meeting Monday night gave first reading approval to increased water and electric rates as well as a new board to oversee city utilities. The changes will take …

Here's to the night

The Lebanon High School Prom was held Saturday night at The Exchange at Wall Street Cattle Company. For more pictures of the event, see Wednesday's Laclede County Record.

Alumni Plaza gets new flag, cornerstone

The Lebanon Alumni Plaza received a flag and cornerstone in a ceremony held Saturday afternoon. The cornerstone laying ceremony was performed by local and state members of the Freemasons. The …

A Mother’s Worry, A Mother’s Love

While Mother's Day is a celebration of mothers, for the mothers themselves, it is a day of memories. They remember the moment when they discovered they were expecting and the moment the expectation …

Council considers utilities board

The Lebanon City Council will consider forming a board to operate the city’s utilities The Board of Public Works is allowed under state statutes and would be made up of four members serving …
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