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A storm with high winds knocked out power and damaged businesses and homes in Lebanon Monday afternoon. The winds, estimated at 80 miles-per-hour, hit in the early afternoon and damaged power … more
After closing back in March, many Laclede County businesses reopened this week. Salons and barber shops opened their doors to clients who had gone two months without professional hair treatment. … more
A pickup truck drove into newly poured concrete at Morgan Road in Lebanon on Friday. Lebanon Police received a report of a truck stuck in the concrete at the roundabout. A city street department … more
Joel E. Barber School staff members escaped unharmed Monday when a storm hit the school building causing extensive damage. About eight staff members were in the building but were able to make it … more
Two people from St. Louis were injured in a single-vehicle accident at 2:30 p.m. Monday on Interstate 44 at the 125 westbound mile marker. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Gary R. … more
Cedarhurst of Lebanon residents last week enjoyed special music from the famous Mr. B, also known as Don Brenton. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, he performed outside the building for residents who … more
Lebanon High School graduate Justin Britt has been released from the Seattle Seahawks after a six-year run with the NFL team. The Seahawks announced the move on Monday with a post on Facebook, … more
With businesses set to begin reopening throughout the state May 4, local officials met with business owners Tuesday afternoon to discuss how the process will work. Laclede County Health Department … more
We realize that during these uncertain times, seniors and their families are looking for reassurance if they are considering making a move. We can help.     Proactive, Preventive … more
The Laclede County Health Department has reported no positive test results for COVID-19, according to figures released by the Missouri Department of Health and Human Services. As of Monday, the … more
A Lebanon family did not let the threat of COVID-19 prevent a birthday surprise for a 90-year-old woman. Billie Kaffenburger celebrated 90 years last Wednesday watching a parade of family members … more
A man was arrested after a stabbing at the Cedar Gate Apartments in the 200 block of Ruby Street, in Conway last week. Laclede County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to the apartment complex … more
Mayor Jared Carr will be advancing a request to transfer $50,000 from City of Lebanon electric reserves to Missouri Ozarks Community Action Program, or MOCA, to help provide relief to qualifying … more
With the recent stay-at-home order by Missouri Governor Mike Parson concerning the COVID-19 pandemic, it is not the first time in history that Lebanon and Laclede County has experienced a … more
A critical milestone was achieved last week for local redevelopment project, Allen Lofts, when it received an allocation of historic tax credits to support the renovation of the former Rice-Stix/HD … more
People can help cheer up nursing home residents with cards by participating in a new program. The “From a Distance Program” is designed to help senior citizens who are isolated without … more
The Lebanon City Council approved an agreement for renovation of the Cowan Civic Center Monday at a meeting with some council members taking part with Zoom and the pubic invited to watch on … more
The onset of COVID-19 and social distancing has limited opportunities for outdoor entertainment and physical activity, but Gov. Mike Parson has specifically allowed golf to continue. Beneficiaries … more
Funds 4 Food, a community-wide fundraising campaign administered by Lebanon Area Foundation, will launch this Monday. The goal is to raise a minimum of $15,000 by May 30 to help stock Lebanon food … more
The Lebanon R-3 School District has announced some changes related to the COVID-19 pandemic and its effect on schools. School buildings are closed to students, but learning is continuing over the … more
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