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A Lebanon man drowned while swimming in a private pond at 5:15 a.m. Saturday in Laclede County. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Tyler Wilbanks, 23, was attempting to swim, became … more
G3 Boats has suspended production because of the COVID-19 pandemic. G3 said it has paused production for one week to protect the health and safety of G3 workers as a result of the COVID-19 virus. … more
Editor’s note: This is a first in a series of Q and As with candidates in the upcoming municipal general election. Council candidates’ answers will be posted in separate stories before the … more
For more than three decades, local gospel group The New Horizons has been putting on Lebanon’s Gospel Music Spectacular. “We’ve been doing this for 35 years, and we’ve … more
The Lebanon High School Class of 2020 is making plans for a time capsule that will be buried in a city park and opened in 2100. Students heading up the project are Emily Lester and James … more
Micah Veanes, 15, was engaged in two of his favorite activities, fishing and FaceTiming with his girlfriend Jordan Denson, when he snagged his fishing line on a power line and was … more
The Lebanon City Council recently went on record saying it would not entertain an electric rate increase while electric reserve funds remained over 40 percent of the annual operating revenue. City … more
A Lebanon woman died in a single-vehicle crash at 4:45 p.m. Friday on Route B, four miles south of Missouri 32. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Cynthia L. Kuhn, 59, the driver of a … more
The Lebanon MFA suffered a huge blow with a fire more than a year ago, but things are looking up for the longtime agriculture supply business with a new building well underway. Max Stephans, MFA … more
Lebanon municipal elections will be held June 2 after being postponed from April because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Three candidates are running for the Ward1 council seat currently held by Gib … more
The Lebanon R-3 School District announced Monday that its schools will close Tuesday through March 27 because of concerns about the coronavirus. This time period includes the already scheduled … more
Three candidates are on the ballot for Lebanon City Council Ward 2. They are incumbent Sheila Mitchell, Dax Cogdill and Jeramy Vinson. The candidates were asked to fill out a questionnaire. … more
Following a day of inspections, the city is writing multiple warnings for fire, safety, property and nuisance violations found at Red Fox Motel on Thursday. According to the city, the city has … more
The City of Lebanon will abide by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines of limiting public events for groups of 50 or more through April 29 due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, … more
Two candidates are seeking the ward 3 council seat, the current council member is opposed by a former Lebanon mayor. The candidates were sent a questionnaire and provided the following responses. … more
Lee’s Summit City Manager Stephen Arbo will be speaking to the Downtown Business District Board about how his city revitalized its downtown. The Downtown Business District Board meeting … more
Incumbent Lebanon City Councilman Chuck Jordan is unopposed for re-election in Ward 4. Editor’s note: Although Councilman Jordan is running unopposed, the LCR wanted to give him a chance to … more
Two injury crashes were reported in Laclede County on Monday by the Missouri State Highway Patrol. A Lebanon man was injured in a 12:28 p.m. accident on Missouri 64, four miles west of … more
Filing concluded Tuesday for the April 7 city council and school board elections. Candidates for Lebanon mayor are incumbent Mayor Jared Carr, Vince Joubert III who works with L-LIFE Food Pantry … more
Board President Glen Raef was pleased with this year’s Laclede County Fair. However, it was not simply because of the numbers of attendees. “It was the biggest we’ve ever had. … more
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