Area News

Citizen’s Tip Leads To Recovery of Boat, Stealing Charges
Missourian — Posted on Sunday October 21, 2018

A citizen’s tip led authorities to the recovery of a johnboat allegedly stolen by two St. Clair men.

City Issues Apology in Fence Dispute
Missourian — Posted on Sunday October 21, 2018

The city apologized to a man who complained that he was treated unfairly in a dispute over his fence and set a new policy for future noncompliance action.

County Man Charged With Assault, Threatened Victim
Missourian — Posted on Sunday October 21, 2018

A 24-year-old Leslie man is charged with domestic violence after allegations that he struck a woman, and continually threatened her while driving excessive speeds to Mercy Hospital.

Hall of Fame Grows by ThreenPhotojournalists Honored in Columbia
Missourian — Posted on Sunday October 21, 2018

The Missouri Photojournalism Hall of Fame inducted its 14th class Thursday afternoon.

Aldermen Debate Park Smoking Rules — Will Pursue Ordinance
Missourian — Posted on Sunday October 21, 2018

Union aldermen soon will vote on an ordinance limiting smoking at city parks.

McCaskill: Kavanaugh Fight Shouldn’t Hurt Democratsn At Polls in November
Missourian — Posted on Sunday October 21, 2018

Despite the most bitter and polarizing U.S. Supreme Court confirmation processes in history, causing the political party divisions to grow deeper, Sen. Claire McCaskill says it should be out of voters’ minds before Election Day.

Brick Color Chosen For New School
Missourian — Posted on Sunday October 21, 2018

The bricks at the new Union elementary school will not be red.

Clothing Store Now Open in New Haven - Country Cottage Boutique
Missourian — Posted on Sunday October 21, 2018

After Peggy King found “buttery, smooth” leggings her passion for the pant began and eventually led her to open the Country Cottage Boutique in New Haven.

South Point Future to Be Discussed — Meeting Wednesday
Missourian — Posted on Sunday October 21, 2018

Structural concerns with the South Point Elementary building will be discussed Wednesday night at the Washington School Board meeting.

City Agrees to Energy Contract
Missourian — Posted on Sunday October 21, 2018

The city of Washington is estimated to save nearly $789,602 in energy costs over the next 15 years under a contract signed Monday

Church Fest Is Sunday
Missourian — Posted on Saturday October 20, 2018

St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church’s fall festival is Sunday, Oct. 21, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

McCaskill: Negative Ads False
Missourian — Posted on Saturday October 20, 2018

If you are sick of seeing negative political ads, you aren’t alone.

Hearing Is Tuesday in Allen Case — Daughter ‘Not Done Fighting’
Missourian — Posted on Saturday October 20, 2018

The clock is ticking for the daughter of a Franklin County man slain nearly two years ago who is seeking stiffer penalties for the three suspects charged with the crime.

Prop D Has Roots in Franklin County
Missourian — Posted on Saturday October 20, 2018

In less than two weeks, Missouri voters will be asked to approve Prop D, a gasoline tax increase that is estimated to generate millions of new dollars for the maintenance of the state’s roads and bridges.

Adult Day Center Now Accepting New Clientele in St. Clair
Missourian — Posted on Saturday October 20, 2018

When a client walks into Attending Angels Adult Center, they are greeted by tall animatronic characters along with spooky decorations for Halloween.

Union Board Debates Park Smoking Restrictions
Missourian — Posted on Saturday October 20, 2018

Union aldermen soon will vote on an ordinance limiting smoking at city parks.

Possible Solution Found for Stained Plaques in Park - Cleaning, Rather Than Replacing
Missourian — Posted on Saturday October 20, 2018

When the city sought suppliers to replace the granite plaques in the Liberty Field outside walking museum, Alderman Carol Johnson turned to Sexton Alan Bruns, who operates a granite monument company in the city.

Woman Allegedly Assaults Police Officer With Vehicle
Missourian — Posted on Saturday October 20, 2018

A Franklin County woman who allegedly struck her husband and assaulted a police officer was charged Monday.

Borgia High School to Hold Open House - Tours, Demonstrations
Missourian — Posted on Saturday October 20, 2018

St. Francis Borgia Regional High School will hold an open house Sunday, Oct. 28, from noon to 2 p.m.

Council Approves Administrator Salary, Rate for Counselor
Missourian — Posted on Saturday October 20, 2018

The Washington City Council approved the salary of the city administrator, and hourly rate of the city counselor.

Flood Mitigation Study Presented - Details Challenges, Solutions
Missourian — Posted on Saturday October 20, 2018

FEMA is coming up with a new 100-year base flood elevation, which is 9 inches lower than the current 100-year flood value and 15 inches lower than the 2015 base flood elevation, said Chad Mason, HR Green engineer.

St. Clair Aldermen Approve Site Plan for Manufacturing Plant
Missourian — Posted on Friday October 19, 2018

The St. Clair Board of Aldermen approved a manufacturing plant site plan during Monday’s meeting.

Man Who Broke Into Home, Showered, Charged With Felony
Missourian — Posted on Friday October 19, 2018

The man who allegedly broke into a Sullivan area home Tuesday and was held at gunpoint by the owner was charged.

Annual Murder Mystery Dinner Is November 9
Missourian — Posted on Friday October 19, 2018

Downtown Washington Inc. will present its annual Murder Mystery Dinner Friday, Nov. 9, at the historic Busch Brewery. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m.

Gerald Man Breaks Into Relative’s Home, Charged With Crimes
Missourian — Posted on Friday October 19, 2018

A Gerald man who allegedly stayed at a relatives’ home while she was away was charged with burglarizing the Washington residence.


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