City’s Administrative Committee recommends staying with current...
By RICHARD COOPER Democrat staff writer LAMAR-The Lamar City Council’s Administrative Committee has chosen to stay with Anthem, the current provider of health care...

Legacy Farm and Lawn celebrates 60 years

VFW Post 3691 of Lamar in danger of losing charter
By THOMAS REED Quartermaster This is a notice to VFW Post 3691 of Lamar. We are looking for help at the post to fill the required positions to maintain our charter. We...

RANDY BRUNDIGE
IRWIN-Services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at Daniel Funeral Home for Randy Ray Brundige, 56, Irwin, who died unexpectedly on Friday, May 20,...

OLIVER “BUD” CAMPBELL
LAMAR-Services will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday, at Konantz Warden Funeral Home for Oliver Willard “Bud” Campbell, 86, who died Sunday, May 22,...

LLOYD R. MILLER
CARTHAGE-Services will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday at Ulmer Funeral Home for Lloyd R. Miller, 77, Carthage, who died at his home on Monday, May 23,...

Liberal Area Civic Group concentrates on Prairie Days
The Liberal Area Civic Group gathered on Tuesday, May 17, in the Barton Community Room. Fifteen members and one guest were present when President Mary Toney called the...

Discover Your Treasure at In God We Trust Day 2016
MINDENMINES-A nationally known antique appraiser is slated to appear at an event at Border Town Auction House, 611 Main, Mindenmines, on In God We Trust Day 2016, Saturday,...

John Royer, front tire changer on the No. 20 Matt Kenseth NASCAR Sprint Cup Race Team recently visited Kluhsman Machine, where many of the parts found on pit row are made. Royer, left, is pictured with Mel Kluhsman, CEO of Kluhsman Machine and KRC Racing, center and Matt Osborn, engineer for Joe Gibbs Racing, right. Lockwood business to be featured by Fox Business News
Kluhsman Machine, KRC Racing and their sister company, Lightning Ammo, will be featured on Fox Business News Network, Wednesday, May 25, 8:30 a.m....