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Tuesday’s Lebanon R-3 School Board meeting included reflection on the past school year and plans for the next, with the district’s budget for the 2024-2025 school year being approved. The … more
The situation described at the fairgrounds Wednesday morning sounded grim: a fatal traffic accident and major chemical spill. Fortunately, the event was only a drill with first responders … more
The Lebanon Police Department on Thursday announced the launch of what was called the "Community Support Initiative," a program aimed at addressing homelessness, mental health, and addiction in the … more
The Laclede County Commission received a report from Laclede’s Conservation agents and learned about the highlights for the fall’s Agriconomy Week during their Tuesday meeting. Conservation … more
Sales tax revenue from the sale of marijuana in Lebanon will help fund efforts to prevent drug abuse. At its meeting Monday, the Lebanon City Council adopted an ordinance that sets aside 25% of … more
The City of Lebanon on Tuesday announced the official launch of its new customer service platform, Truman, following its public announcement at the City Council meeting Monday night. According to … more
The 2023-24 class of Leadership Lebanon, a collaboration of Lebanon Regional Economic Development, Inc. (Lebanon-REDI) and the University of Missouri Extension Service (MU Extension), was recognized … more
For Bill Wears and Eric Tudor, hosts of Nightmares on the Lost Highway, their podcast may cover unsettling topics, but at its core is the friends’ comradery. “It’s something we do for the … more
Members of the Laclede County Fair nonprofit spoke at the Thursday Rotary Club luncheon. The Laclede County Fair will take place from July 6 to 13 on the fairgrounds next to the Cowan Civic … more
Lebanon Police have arrested a suspect in an armed robbery in the early morning Thursday. According to a Lebanon Police Department press release, officers responded to an armed robbery on the 300 … more
Family members and supporters filled Judge Larry Winfrey’s courtroom Friday to celebrate the graduation of three community members from the county’s Treatment Court Program. At the start of … more
Saturday’s Route 66 Festival arrived with classic cars, food trucks, and community members in tow to greet incoming attendees. As more cars began to fill the car show lot, more people too began … more
Lebanon Pride celebrated Laclede County’s LGBTQ+ community for the fourth year in a row this Saturday. Attendees gathered at the Mills Center to enjoy community booths, food and more. “This is … more
One Lebanon summer tradition will be slightly delayed this year. The city said Thursday in a Facebook post that the Boswell Aquatic Center will not open this weekend as originally planned because … more
Missouri Route 64 near Lebanon is set to close in early June to replace the Goodwin Hollow Creek Bridge. Construction crews working with the Missouri Department of Transportation plan to close the … more
LHS students like incoming senior Cora Tapp are in the middle of national speech and debate competition season. In the recent National Catholic Forensic League Grand Tournament, which was Lebanon’s … more
A free evening concert by Branson’s Famous Baldknobbers will highlight Lebanon’s 17th Route 66 Festival on June 1, presented for the second year by Lake Regional Health System. The 6 p.m. concert … more
Laclede County residents once again gathered amid chuckwagons for food, fellowship and supporting veterans at Saturday’s Wagons for Warriors. Residents visited and ate with visitors like … more
The Mount Rose Memorial Park observed Memorial Day with a ceremony featuring honors for area veterans. The guest speaker was Melissa Schmidt, a Republican candidate for 141st district state … more
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