Area News

Union Snowplow Crews Assist in Clearing Roads
Missourian — Posted on Saturday November 17, 2018

As Wednesday turned into Thursday snow kept falling on the city of Union.

Scouts to Pick Up Bags
Missourian — Posted on Friday November 16, 2018

The Boy Scouts will return this Saturday, Nov. 17, to pick up the bags filled with donated items for the 34th annual “Scouting for Food” drive.

Presentation Will Focus On Social Media, Gaming — To Keep Children Safe
Missourian — Posted on Friday November 16, 2018

A public forum slated for later this month will be presented to help keep children safe from predators on social media and gaming platforms.

Craft, Gift Expo Saturday At City Park Auditorium
Missourian — Posted on Friday November 16, 2018

The fourth annual Craft & Gift Expo will be held Saturday, Nov. 17, at the Washington City Auditorium, 211 High St.

Blu Room Offers Free Session for Military Persons
Missourian — Posted on Friday November 16, 2018

The Blu Room Wellness Center will celebrate Veterans Day the whole month of November by offering one free Blu Room session to all active and nonactive military persons and their spouses.

Online, Credit Card Payments Under Review - Who Pays Transaction Fee?
Missourian — Posted on Friday November 16, 2018

By Pauline Masson

Clerk Warns of Misleading Online Voter Registrations
Missourian — Posted on Friday November 16, 2018

Investigations are underway after reports of incomplete voter registrations surfaced on Election Day in Franklin County.

City Pool Motor May Have Been Too Small
Missourian — Posted on Friday November 16, 2018

The pool motor may have been too small for the size of pool it was powering, explaining the complications the motor has caused for the Agnes Nolting Aquatics Complex.

Area Scouts Burn Over 200 American Flags - Valuable Life Lesson
Missourian — Posted on Friday November 16, 2018

A large crowd, seated in rows of folding chairs, watched in awed silence as three area Boy Scout groups burned more than 200 American flags that had been brought to them for retirement.

City Asking Residents For Email Addresses — Could Save Them Money
Missourian — Posted on Friday November 16, 2018

The city of Washington wants to make it easier to alert residents to potential costly water leaks in their homes.

ECC Adjunct Instructor Receives Statewide Award
Missourian — Posted on Friday November 16, 2018

Connie Lutz, East Central College adjunct instructor, has been named the Missouri Community College Association Outstanding Adjunct Faculty member for 2018.

Parcels Can Be Targets For Thieves
Missourian — Posted on Friday November 16, 2018

Holiday shopping has already begun for many, and that means packages are being delivered to porches and at doorsteps.

Board Considers Future Of Subdivision Pond - For Fishing or Storm Detention
Missourian — Posted on Friday November 16, 2018

While a discussion on a small water hole adjacent to the Hawthorne subdivision ended in no action in this budget year, Mayor Steve Myers said he has plans to improve the stormwater retention pond and sometime fishing pond as a…

Tickets on Sale for Holiday House Tour
Missourian — Posted on Friday November 16, 2018

Downtown Washington Inc. will present the 37th annual Holiday House Tour Sunday, Dec. 9, from 4 to 7 p.m.

Parking Lot Will Be Altered With Bridge Project
Missourian — Posted on Friday November 16, 2018

When the new Christina Avenue bridge is built, a city parking lot will be altered.

City Proposes Limiting Lindsey Drive Parking
Missourian — Posted on Thursday November 15, 2018

Street parking may be eliminated on a portion of Lindsey Drive.

Classes Dismissed Early Monday
Missourian — Posted on Thursday November 15, 2018

Due to a weather advisory indicating falling temperatures and precipitation causing potential travel concerns on the roads, the Washington School District dismissed classes early Monday.

St. Clair Principals Share Curriculum Data
Missourian — Posted on Thursday November 15, 2018

First quarter assessment data has been collected and reviewed for math and reading subjects for St. Clair public elementary schools and at the junior high.

Holiday Bell Ringers Are Needed
Missourian — Posted on Thursday November 15, 2018

Salvation Army volunteers are needed to sign up to ring bells from Friday, Nov. 23, through Monday, Dec. 24.

Bids for Bridge Project Are Due Thursday
Missourian — Posted on Thursday November 15, 2018

A major bridge project is now out for bid.

Orscheln Partners With Wreaths Across America
Missourian — Posted on Thursday November 15, 2018

Orscheln Farm & Home, along with other vendor partners, has joined Wreaths Across America by providing a trailer to join the organization’s Wreath Across America Honor Fleet.

Planned Subdivision Review Process Must Start Over
Missourian — Posted on Thursday November 15, 2018

A subdivision, first proposed for South Highway N two months ago, must renew the plan review process in front of the planning and zoning commission after it failed to meet the deadline for a performance surety guarantee.

Park Officials Meet With League Representatives — Concerning Facility Fees
Missourian — Posted on Thursday November 15, 2018

A city committee met with youth sport representatives last week, resurrecting discussions regarding the fees to use park facilities.

POW/MIA Designation Given — First County in the Nation
Missourian — Posted on Thursday November 15, 2018

Just two days after America honored its veterans, Franklin County has been designated the first POW/MIA county in the nation.

Countywide Coat Drive Ends This Wednesday
Missourian — Posted on Thursday November 15, 2018

The annual Warners’ Warm-Up coat drive in Franklin County ends this Wednesday.


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