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Longtime Lebanon businessman and community leader Michael L. “Mike’’ Davis died July 21. He was 67. Davis was born Dec. 2, 1953, in Mount Ayr, Iowa, to Joe L. and Coral Haas Davis. He … more
Gov. Mike Parson stopped at the Lebanon-Laclede County Library and Route 66 Museum Tuesday as part of a tour celebrating Missouri’s bicentennial. Parson talked about the state’s history and … more
Voters in the Laclede County Public Water Supply District 1 will cast ballots next Tuesday on a bond issue for maintenance and system improvements. The Laclede County PWSD #1 Board of Directors … more
A Camdenton man faces four counts of felony sexual misconduct in the first degree involving a child under 15 after an incident last Wednesday at the Lebanon YMCA. Gordon Bruce Mitchell, 74, of … more
By night he is Fines Massey, husband, father of three and owner-operator of Massey’s Comics on Jefferson. By day he becomes Lebanon Publishing Company’s editorial “superhero” … more
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson is scheduled to visit the Lebanon-Laclede County Library at 2:15 p.m. Tuesday. The visit, which is open to the public and will take place in the Dan and Joan True rooms, … more
The Laclede County Health Department on Wednesday reported five additional COVID-19 related deaths. This brings the total number of COVID-19 deaths in the county to 81. “One behalf of the … more
Laclede County is now considered a “hotspot” for COVID-19 cases, according to the Missouri Department of Health and Human Services (DMHSS). The Laclede County Health Department said in a … more
Some Lebanon streets are getting resurfaced as the city continues its regular maintenance of roadways. Asphalting took place on portions of Bennett, Madison and Seventh streets Monday. … more
Lebanon High School graduate Jim Bohannon will finally get honored by the Missouri Broadcasters Association this year after last year’s Hall of Fame ceremony was canceled due to the global … more
A new storm shelter and renovations at Maplecrest Elementary School have been completed and came in under budget. At Tuesday’s Lebanon School Board meeting, SAPP Design architect, Steve … more
A young black bear has been seen multiple times roaming the streets of Lebanon this past week. Lebanon Police said several people reported seeing the animal Tuesday night and Wednesday in … more
Local filmmaker and businessman Nathaniel Maddux combined his passion for the outdoors with his love of the region to create his latest business venture, Niangua Coffee.Maddux, who graduated from … more
  Shania McBride was headed to work Wednesday morning when she spotted a black bear running down Commercial Street near Madison Street Grill. McBride captured footage of the bear at about … more
Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe served up pancakes to visitors at Bennett Spring State Park Tuesday morning. Kehoe visited the park’s campgrounds as part of his Flapjack Tour of Missouri parks. “It’s … more
The Laclede County Fair enjoyed a big resurgence in attendance this year. Fair Board President Glenn Raef said more people came to last week’s fair as concerns about COVID-19 lessened … more
In just the first 12 days of July, Laclede County has reported nearly 200 new COVID-19 cases. The Laclede County Health Department reported Monday that Laclede County is now up to 194 cases in … more
The Lebanon City Council has approved a possible study to help bring a new hotel to town. At its regular meeting Monday night, the Council agreed to enter into an agreement to pursue a hotel … more
After four years at the Laclede County Fair, the Ranch Rodeo is proving to be a crowd favorite for fairgoers, involving fast paced action with cowboys and cowgirls on horseback handling cattle using … more
The Lebanon Downtown Business District Advisory Board is looking for a new executive director after the impending resignation of Ashton Light. Light announced her departure from the position on … more
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