Former Fox 2 news anchor John W. Brown spoke with the Farmington Press about the recent release of the second edition of his book, “Missouri Legends: Famous People from The Show Me State.” in recognition of last year’s Missouri Bicentennial.
Farmington City Administrator Greg Beavers took a look back at the city’s accomplishments in 2021 and then spent some time looking ahead to projects on the board for 2022.
The modern version of this little instrument is still a big help to people who are trying to perform a certain task in the kitchen. Do you know what it is? If you think you know the answer, send an email with your guess to Editor Kevin Jenkins at email@example.com or post yo…
That annual, friendly rivalry between North County School District and Farmington School District is getting ready to reignite next week, as high school students prepare for their big fundraising push to benefit the American Heart Association (AHA).
The Help the Hungry Committee handed out checks last week to the Ministerial Alliance Food Pantry and St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry, both located in Farmington. The food pantries received their share of the $137,000 raised this year by the committee. The money was raised through the Help t…
Drivers on Nelson Street near Liberty Street might have found the road a bit icy on the morning of Friday, Jan. 21, the remnants of a residential fire that broke out earlier at a single-family dwelling.
Mineral Area Council on the Arts will be presenting The Wires in concert at 7 p.m. Feb. 18, at Long Memorial Hall, 110 W. Columbia St. in Farmington.
Parkland Health Center recently launched its DAISY Award Program as a way to recognize the impact its nursing staff makes on the patients in our community.
The Mineral Area College Dean’s List has been announced for the fall 2021 semester. Students at the Park Hills-based community college who are so honored must 1) earn no grade below a "C” or have any incomplete grades; 2) be enrolled in at least 12 hours of two-year degree credit, and 3) hav…
It’s surprising where you can unearth a childhood memory, as vivid and complete as when it happened. Sometimes, you can hear background noises: a voice or a laugh, and even catch a whiff of the threads of long-forgotten scents.
Parkland Health Center has announced that Stephen Price was selected as the Our BJC Values Employee for the month of January. Stephen is a Staff RN in the Geriatric Psychiatry unit at Parkland Health Center and has been employed at the hospital for 10 years.
The following materials were added to the Farmington Public Library during the month of January 2022. *Updated Jan. 17
Two cats at the Farmington Pound; five cats at the Park Hills Pound; a dog and two cats at the Bonne Terre Pound; and four cats at the Fredericktown Pound are seeking their owners or new homes where they can be loved and cared for.
God gives a special gift to every woman who becomes a mother-in-law.
“I know that you have but little power, and yet you have kept My word and have not denied My name.” Revelation 3:8b (ESV)
Americans launched the workweek honoring the vision, leadership and courage of civil rights activist, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. With his faith-based approach to attain justice for Black Americans, Dr. King accomplished more in his short 39 years than almost any other contemporary leader. I …
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Alison Griffith, of Farmington, a full-time undergraduate student majoring in dietetics at Fontbonne University in St. Louis, was named to the fall 2021 dean's list.