Month: February 2019

Three people injured in Gentry Road crash

LEBANON, Missouri According to a report by the Missouri State Highway Patrol, three Lebanon residents were injured Sunday afternoon in a crash on the 18000 block of Gentry Road. Donald Jennings, 50, a passenger in the vehicle suffered minor injuries and was treated at Mercy Hospital in Lebanon. Nora Jennings, 45, who was driving had minor injuries, as did another passenger listed as Gilligan Lawson, 48. All were wearing seat belts at the time of the crash. Troopers say the 2004 Ford Expidition failed to negotiate a curve, leaving the roadway and then struck a tree. Trooper Sloan responded...

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Obituary for Nora L. Blackburn (Lebanon)

Obituary for Nora L. Blackburn (Lebanon) Nora died Sunday as a result of a fire in her home as well as her Yorkie, Gus. Visitation FEB 27. 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM Holman-Howe Funeral Homes Lebanon 320 S. Adams Ave Lebanon, MO, 65536 Service FEB 27. 2:00 PM Holman-Howe Funeral Homes Lebanon 320 S. Adams Ave Lebanon, MO,...

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GoFundMe account established to aid MFA employees after fire

LEBANON, Missouri- A GoFundMe account has been set up by Jansen Cheek to aid the employees of MFA after a fire gutted their Lebanon location Friday night. A goal of $1,000.00 was listed. “On February 22nd 2019 at around 930pm the Missouri Farmers Association (M.F.A.) Agri Services Building (225. S. Jefferson Ave. Lebanon, MO.) was on Fire and burned for several hours while our brave fight-fighters battled the massive blaze, which ultimately destroyed & shutdown operations at the building. This store is a landmark and cornerstone of the Lebanon Community and very important to our local Farmers and Ranchers....

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City asks public to avoid MFA area, downtown businesses delay open until noon

LEBANON, Missouri- The City of Lebanon is asking the public to avoid downtown Lebanon this morning and for business owners to delay opening until noon today due to a fire that destroyed Lebanon’s MFA building last night. “As the fire continues to smolder, smoke is still an issue on the south side of Lebanon. The Fire department has excavation equipment in route in order to help dig out the hot spots and further eliminate smoke,” the city said. We asked the Lebanon City Fire Department if there is any concern for air quality following the fire. “With any fire...

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Frigid search continues for 9 year-old girl who walked away from SD children’s home “If anyone has seen or had contact with Serenity Dennard, please contact the Pennington County Sheriff’s Office at (605) 394-6115.” RAPID CITY, South Dakota- The Pennington County Sheriff’s Office is asking hunters to review footage from trail cameras on the third day since a 9 year-old girl walked away from a Rockerville group home. They say more than 100 people and and at least four dogs continue searching the area around the Children’s Home including Pennington County Deputies, Pennington County Search and Rescue, Custer County Search and Rescue, Rapid City Police Department, Rockerville Volunteer Fire Department, Rapid City...

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