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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
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
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
Until May 4, local gyms were closed as non-essential businesses. Lebanon’s gym rats had to find other ways to stay in shape. However, with the beginning of Gov. Mike Parson’s phase one of … more
“Let’s Play Ball” is the theme for the grand opening of Nelson Park at 5 p.m. May 29. The ceremony will include remarks from Mayor Jared Carr with the invocation given by Pastor Kelly … more
Two people were injured in a 4:13 p.m. accident Monday on Interstate 44 at the 140 westbound mile marker. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported that Merixa L. Kunjal, 22, of Baltimore, Md., … more
A longtime icon in Lebanon aviation celebrated his 85th birthday last Wednesday. Fred Mayes has been flying since age 17 and has spent decades training other aviators. Mayor Jared Carr … more
A Lebanon man is accused of choking and hitting a child because he believed the child had stolen money from him. Joshua Lee Cox, 33, of Lebanon, has been charged with abuse or neglect of a child, … 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 last day to request an absentee ballot by mail in Laclede County for the June 2 general election is 4 p.m. May 20.  Absentee voting will continue through June 1 with curbside voting and … more
Laclede County’s weekly COVID-19 briefings are ending for now. At last Thursday’s briefing, Laclede County Office of Emergency Management Director Randy Rowe said this would be the final … more
The impact of COVID-19 on the local economy was the topic for last Thursday’s Lebanon Rotary Club meeting. The meeting was held by via Zoom and included a presentation from Brian Thompson, CEO … more
Linemen working to restore power to Lebanon last week took a break Friday for lunch at the Civic Center. Providing lunch or dinner were First State Community Bank, the fire union, Lebanon Ready … more
COVID-19 has closed schools and put an end to many social activities, but students still need to learn. So teachers in the Lebanon R-3 School District have continued to instruct students, using … more
For many, 1920 was an auspicious year. It saw the passage of the 19th Amendment that gave women the right to vote and the establishment of the League of Nations. For the Coates family, a more … more
The Laclede County Health Department was notified of the first two positive laboratory confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the county last week. The first case is travel-related and due to close … more
The City of Lebanon Public Works Department had a busy week after storms caused an estimated $803,000 in damage to the city electrical system Monday of last week. Public Works Director Richard … more
The Lebanon City Council Monday night approved $12 million in financing for some major capital projects, including improvements and repairs to the Cowan Civic Center, the wastewater treatment plant … more
The Laclede County Health Department has been notified of the first positive laboratory confirmed case of COVID-19 in the county. The case is travel-related and due to close contact with a … more
Crews are still working to restore power to area homes after Monday’s storm, which caused extensive damage in Laclede County. In the City of Lebanon, as of Wednesday morning, there are 875 … more
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