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Christian artists to perform at Resound Fest music festival

Christian artists will perform at a free outdoor festival near Bethany next month. Artists will perform on two stages at the Resound Fest at the Miracle Hills Ranch on June 10th and 11th. Artists scheduled to perform that Friday, starting at 3 o’clock in the afternoon, include Josiah Gardiner, Brendyn,...
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Savannah Man Arrested on Two Outstanding Warrants in Andrew County Tuesday

A Savannah man was arrested on two outstanding warrants in Andrew County Tuesday. Just before 7:45 A.M. the Missouri State Highway Patrol arrested 37-year-old Christopher R. French on two misdemeanor traffic warrants originally out of Andrew County. French was booked into the Andrew County Sheriff’s Office where he awaits bond....

Bethany man sentenced to eight years in prison on sodomy charges

A Bethany man was sentenced in Harrison County on May 26th on two felony counts of second-degree statutory sodomy. Twenty-four-year-old Ethan Lamberson withdrew his plea of not guilty and entered a plea of guilty. Lamberson was sentenced to four years in the Department of Corrections on each count. The sentences are to run concurrently with each other and concurrently with a sentence imposed in a case from Tennessee Eastern District Federal Court.

Bethany Man Sentenced to Prison on Sodomy Charges

BETHANY, MO – A Bethany man convicted for transporting child pornography in federal court will not serve additional prison time on state sodomy charges. Twenty-four year old Ethan Matthew Lamberson entered a guilty plea to two counts of sodomy in Harrison County on Thursday. The Court sentenced Lamberson to four year in prison on each charge to run at the same time as his federal prison sentence.

Jameson Community Betterment Association to hold fish fry

The Jameson Community Betterment Association will hold a fish fry fundraiser for the association next week. Serving will start at the Jameson City Park on June 4th at 4:30 p.m. with a menu that will include fish, coleslaw, baked beans, cornbread, and desserts. Those attending may eat and pay what...

NCMC and Ketcham Closed on Monday

North Central Missouri College and the Ketcham Community Center will be closed on Monday, May 30 in observance of Memorial Day. This closing includes all buildings and offices at Main, Barton, North Belt, Maryville, and Bethany locations and no classes will be held. NCMC and the Ketcham Center will reopen...

Bethany Pool Opening Slightly Delayed

Flooding experienced on Wednesday evening will force a delay of the Bethany City Pool’s opening. The pumps are being serviced, but the pool will not be opening for the weekend. The pool will open as soon as possible.

Preparation inside, outside classroom helps Bock toward career goals

Jon Bock arrived at Northwest Missouri State University with a goal of preparing himself to enter medical school, and he achieved that goal this spring with the completion of his undergraduate degree. Bock graduated May 6 with his bachelor’s degree in biochemistry and begins work in a Boston lab as...

Andrews, Hegeman discuss legislative session

MARYVILLE, Mo. — Local legislators were in Maryville last week to recap their final legislative session at the Greater Maryville Chamber of Commerce’s Legislative Coffee event. Rep. Allen Andrews, R-Grant City, and Sen. Dan Hegeman, R-Cosby — both term-limited in their chambers and exiting the General Assembly this...

Lowell Littrell built a legacy in his community

Bethany, MO: Lowell Littrell left many marks on his adopted hometown ever since moving to Bethany from Iowa in 1973. Lowell and his wife Marlene, and more recently his son Michael, built the Bethany Building Center into one of the most prominent independent lumberyards in the region. Their business prospered at a time when the big box stores like Home Depot, Lowe’s and Menards drove many small town stores out of business.