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Holly Trustees Election Set for April 5

Holly Trustees Election Set for April 5

  The Town of Holly will hold a municipal election for Trustees and Mayor on April 5th of this year.  Current Trustees, Marty Campbell and Larry Stitts are up for re-election and Holly residents, Josh Reinert and Corey Stephans are making a bid for a seat on the Trustee’s board.  Jerry Jones, who has become […]

Thank You Hospice Volunteers

Thank You Hospice Volunteers

Lamar Area Hospice would like to end Volunteer Week by thanking our volunteers for all of their hard work & time spent helping our organization grow! Last week we were honored to have Mayor Stagner & his wife, Leslie, along with our volunteers, at the office to celebrate with a brunch. While he was here, […]

Veterans Honored at Flag Retirement Ceremony

Veterans Honored at Flag Retirement Ceremony

  Click on a picture to enter the slideshow. Monday, November 12, 2012, is the official observance of Veteran’s Day, but local veterans were honored in several ways prior to the national holiday. Both the Lamar Elks Lodge and Eagles Aerie provided a free meal this past weekend to those men and women who have […]

Lamar Downtown Branding Project Moves Forward

Lamar Downtown Branding Project Moves Forward

The Lamar City Council held a brief meeting this past Monday, September 24, during which time, a new police officer, Vince Dravecky, was given his oath of office by Mayor Roger Stagner. City Administrator, John Sutherland provided a calendar update on future events relating to city and community activities. Sutherland mentioned Lamar Community College will […]

Letter to the Editor, Re:  Riverside Cemetery

Letter to the Editor, Re: Riverside Cemetery

To Whom It May Concern: I am writing this letter because I am concerned with the choice that the City of Lamar has made to neglect Riverside Cemetery. On Mother’s Day the weeds were grown up around all of the headstones and when complaints were made about the condition of the cemetery people were told […]

Lamar City Administrator Search Narrows

Lamar City Administrator Search Narrows

    The Lamar City Council is conducting in-person interviews of the three remaining candidates for the city administrator position today, June 17. All three attended the meet and greet session held Thursday night at the city’s Cultural Events Center, and offered introductory remarks about their careers and what they can offer the city of […]

Town of Holly Bans Fireworks

Town of Holly Bans Fireworks

Press Release from Marsha Willhite, Town Administrator In a rare occurrence, on Thursday, June 16, 2011, Holly Mayor Viola Melcher signed Emergency Order 2011-1 declaring that an emergency exists within the corporate limits of the Town of Holly due to the threatening danger of fire. This is the only emergency order to come out of […]

Willow Creek Park Draws a Crowd

Willow Creek Park Draws a Crowd

Click on pictures for larger view. A carnival, BBQ booths, vendors and exhibits, a car and motorcycle show, dancers, pony rides, horses and wagons, a pie auction, and the mayor with his yo-yo attracted young and old to Willow Creek Park this past Saturday. The park was packed. From the Crabtree Carnival just south of […]

Mayor Stagner Issues Proclamation for National Nurses Week

Mayor Stagner Issues Proclamation for National Nurses Week

  Prowers Medical Center in Lamar joins other communities with the observance of National Nurses Week celebrated annually in honor of Florence Nightingale, founder of Nursing as a modern profession, and the millions of people who have followed in her footsteps. “Nurses Trusted to Care” is the American Nurses Association’s (ANA) theme for National Nurses […]