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While work at Boswell Park has recently been slow, Lebanon Parks Director John Shelton says the playground portion of the park is nearly finished. "If... [Read More]
Back in 1988, county residents who are part of the Lebanon Rural Fire Department's service area approved a tax levy to provide funding for the... [Read More]
Firefighters say a tractor trailer rolled over in an accident in Lebanon, Illinois and is leaking hydraulic fluid. [Read More]
Inspirational, global and unsung Hometown Heroes all received recognition Thursday morning. The annual Hometown Heroes breakfast at Cowan Civic Center honored inspirational hero Donna Caffey,... [Read More]
In their first game of the First State Community Bank Wood Bat tournament, the Lebanon High School baseball team won dramatically, defeating Neosho 4-3 on... [Read More]
Playing at a neutral site, the East Central College softball Falcons continued their recent successful swing Friday with a sweep of North Arkansas. [Read More]
Lebanon will still honor local Purple Heart recipients as planned, but thanks to a logistical glitch, the ceremony will take place in a different location... [Read More]
The City of Lebanon has received the 2019 Innovation Award for a Medium Sized City for the city's fire department's smoke detector program. [Read More]
Maurice Dwight York, 85, of Lebanon, died Friday, Oct. 31, 2014, in Lebanon. He was born on Jan. 15, 1929, in Waynesville, Mo., to Pete... [Read More]
Bob Garner is Lebanon's councilman for Ward 4 because of two salesmen and an opportunity. Charlie Brown and then Mayor Lyle Anderson approached Garner about... [Read More]
A dog died in a house fire in Lebanon, Oregon, and investigators say it might have been caused by a clogged lint trap. [Read More]
Wehner's Bakery has a sign on the door saying it is closed. [Read More]
It was a historic day in the Lebanon High School boys' golf program as senior Cooper Hess set a new school record for individual wins... [Read More]
Lebanon Mayor Lyle Anderson flips the switch on one of the new streets lights downtown while Downtown Business District Chairman Brian Hobbs, right, looks up. [Read More]
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