Lebanon, MOLaclede Record

Digital gaming business shut down by city

The City of Lebanon has ordered a business operating as place to play chance “sweepstake” games to close but not because of the gambling machines. According to a letter the city sent to the Game Room at 935 Buffalo Road, the site had been approved for use as a cleanup shop, but had not received approval for any other type of business. Lebanon Code Administrator Joe Berkich said the city was also looking into gambling machines found in local convenience stores and other businesses in town. For more on this story see Wednesday's LCR.
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Fort Leonard Wood COVID-19 clinic opens at PX

General Leonard Wood Army Community Hospital leaders have partnered with the Army and Air Force Exchange Service to offer a new, convenient location to receive the COVID-19 vaccination. Located inside the Post Exchange, the clinic — which opened Tuesday — is adjacent to the satellite pharmacy and next to the...
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Confrontation at gas station leads to murder charges

PULASKI COUNTY — Authorities say three Waynesville men are being charged with first-degree murder and armed criminal action after a confrontation at a convenience store in October led to a shooting. According to court records, about 10:30 p.m. October 16, 2020, Joseph Danielson and Steven Allison went to Mobil on...
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Montreal woman injured after vehicle becomes airborne, strikes tree

A Montreal woman was injured Monday afternoon when her vehicle struck a tree on Route A in Camden County, just west of Lowell Williams Road. Emily Percival, 18, was driving east in a 2004 Honda CRV when the incident occurred, according to a Missouri State Highway Patrol report. She traveled off the right side of the roadway and crossed over Lowell Williams Road, returned to Route A and crossed the center of the road to the left side, struck a driveway and became airborne and finally struck a tree before her vehicle came to a rest on its top.
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Helen L. Sassman (June 28, 1945 - June 18, 2021)

Helen L. Sassman, age 77, of Montreal, Missouri, departed this life on Friday, June 18, 2021. She was born June 28, 1945 to Carl O and Armelde M Henke in St. Louis, Missouri. On November 27, 1976, she was united in marriage to Charles A Sassmann. One child was born to this marriage, Bethany L Bowen (Curtis) of Montreal, who survives the home.
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Jail demolition could cost up to $78K

The Laclede County Commission has received four bids for the demolition of the old jail that sits in front of the Government Center. The bids were opened at Tuesday’s Commission meeting and ranged from $34,000 to $78,000. Presiding Commissioner Randy Angst said the Commission planned to review the bids at Thursday’s work session and may make a final decision at next Tuesday’s meeting. The bidders were Premier Demolition of St. Louis with a bid of $34,200 for demolition only; Cahills Construction of Rolla with a bid of $37,000 for demolition, removal and fill; Fulkerson Excavating of Lebanon with a bid of $52,500 for demolition and removal and Steve’s Hauling and Excavating of Oak Ridge with a bid of $78,500. For more on this story see Wednesday's LCR.
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BOBBY RAY WATTS II

Bobby Ray Watts II, 50, of Lebanon, died Saturday, June 19, 2021. He is survived by his children, Amber Watts, Britney Burgess, Tanner Watts, and Aspen Gammage. Arrangements for Bobby Ray Watts II are incomplete at this time and will be announced by Holman-Howe Funeral Home of Lebanon. For more...
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Community celebrates Route 66

Classic cars from all over the area and even surrounding states cruised into Lebanon Friday night to kick off the two-day Lebanon Route 66 Festival. The society’s 14th festival featured two days of fun and activities, starting Friday night in Downtown Lebanon and ending Saturday evening with a celebration at the Munger Moss, which turned 75 this year. This is the fifth year in a row that the festival, which started in 2001 and has not been held each year, has been held during Father’s Day weekend. Festival Chairman Jessica Rodden said she was pleased with this year’s event. “We were very excited about the turn out at the festival this year, especially having downtown be involved,” she said. “They are already planning for next year’s event.” For more on this story see Wednesday's LCR.
Lebanon, MOLaclede Record

‘Jackets named to All-State baseball team

It was an excellent year for the Lebanon High School baseball program. The team finished 18-8 on the season and pulled out some big wins over teams including Nixa, Ozark, Glendale, and Aurora. Senior John Greenwood and junior Zack Stewart were two vital parts in the success of the Yellowjackets this spring, and their work paid off. Greenwood was named second-team All-State for Class 6 as an outfielder, while Stewart was named first-team All-State as an infielder. Stewart also earned the Ozark Conference Player of the Year award, while Greenwood was named first-team All-OC as an outfielder and pitcher. For more on this story see Wednesday's LCR.
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