A woman sought police help after receiving numerous threatening text messages from the father of her two children.
Students who depend on the school cafeteria for two meals per day sometimes struggle in the summer, but when summer school starts on Wednesday, they will once again be sure of getting a meal.
Amidst a national debate about public restrooms, an overwhelming majority of Lebanon Daily Record readers have voiced strong opposition to allowing transgender people to use the facilities of the gender with which they identify.
A Seymour man was injured in a one-vehicle accident at 5 a.m. Wednesday on Interstate 44 at the 118 mile marker.
Lebanon residents may have noticed that demolition work began on the St. Bernard Market last week — and then stopped.
Just like athletes need to spend some time in the gym to grow their muscles, everyone need to spend some time in the library to grow their brains.
Next week a longtime Lebanon businessman will be handing his company over to a Camdenton colleague, and he is leaving the industry with his head held high.