Area News

Pacific Man Charged After Police Pursuit - Wanted for Multiple Incidents
Missourian — Posted on Sunday January 26, 2020

A Pacific man is facing several charges after multiple run-ins with the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office.

Two Airlifted After I-44 Semi Crash
Missourian — Posted on Sunday January 26, 2020

Two people were flown by helicopters to St. Louis hospitals Wednesday afternoon after a fiery three-vehicle crash at mile marker 231.4 on Interstate 44 near Sullivan around 1:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Union Chamber Making Changes to DSA Banquet
Missourian — Posted on Sunday January 26, 2020

The Union Chamber of Commerce will be hosting an updated Distinguished Service Award Banquet this February.

Nearly 12 Percent Of Cases Dropped - In County Municipal Court
Missourian — Posted on Sunday January 26, 2020

The Franklin County Municipal Court processed 21,470 cases between 2016 and 2019 and 2,255 were dismissed.

Only Two Incumbents File For ECC Board of Trustees
Missourian — Posted on Sunday January 26, 2020

Only the two incumbents for the East Central College Board of Trustees have filed for the April 7 election.

City Reaches Deal With Union Softball Association
Missourian — Posted on Saturday January 25, 2020

The Union Girls Softball Association will have a cooperative agreement with the city of Union again this year.

Sullivan Woman Flees County Deputies, Charged
Missourian — Posted on Saturday January 25, 2020

A Franklin County Sheriff’s Office deputy was injured pursuing a fugitive.

City Staff Picks Trash Vendor for Washington - Council Could Award Contract Next Month
Missourian — Posted on Saturday January 25, 2020

Waste Connections has been selected by Washington staff to take over trash collection for city customers.

Filing Closed For School, City of Union Races
Missourian — Posted on Saturday January 25, 2020

There will be two competitive races for the Union Board of Aldermen on the ballot for the April 7 municipal elections.

United Way Allocates $1,025,000 - To 53 Agencies, Programs
Missourian — Posted on Saturday January 25, 2020

The Franklin County Area United Way will again disperse $1,025,000 to 53 agencies and programs this year.

Snow, Ice Forces District, Some Schools to Close
Missourian — Posted on Saturday January 25, 2020

The Washington School District was closed Thursday and Friday due to icy road conditions.

Four County Business Approved for Medical Pot Sales
Missourian — Posted on Friday January 24, 2020

Four Franklin County applicants were approved to sell medical marijuana.

Dispensary Licenses Are Issued - For Medical Pot
Missourian — Posted on Friday January 24, 2020

The state of Missouri has begun the process of awarding medical marijuana dispensary licenses.

Charities Benefit From Holiday Tree Event
Missourian — Posted on Friday January 24, 2020

Nearly $900 was raised for local charitable causes through the second annual Meramec Valley R-III Christmas Tree Forest operated by Pacific students and their teacher Genetta Tomnitz.

Race for Washington School Board Election
Missourian — Posted on Friday January 24, 2020

There will be a race for three open seats on the Washington School Board in the April election.

Museum Reports Very Strong 2019 - With New Volunteers, Members
Missourian — Posted on Friday January 24, 2020

The past year was one of the best for the Washington Historical Society Museum, according to Marc Houseman, museum director.

Washington Chamber Starts New Programs, Expands Others in 2019
Missourian — Posted on Friday January 24, 2020

The past year was a busy one for the Washington Area Chamber of Commerce which launched several new programs and expanded others.

Ullrich Joins Cornerstone Financial Consultants
Missourian — Posted on Friday January 24, 2020

Cornerstone Financial Consultants, a financial firm in Washington, has hired Sean Ullrich as a new financial adviser.

Contract With Waste Firm Is Renewed
Missourian — Posted on Friday January 24, 2020

By Arron Hustead

City Will Participate In Program - Highway Safety
Missourian — Posted on Thursday January 23, 2020

By Arron Hustead

Foundation Meeting Canceled
Missourian — Posted on Thursday January 23, 2020

The East Central College Foundation meeting has been canceled for Thursday night due to the weather.

Police Residency Bill Hearing Is Wednesday - In Jefferson City
Missourian — Posted on Thursday January 23, 2020

State lawmakers are taking the issue of public safety in St. Louis into their own hands.

No New Candidates for Washington City Offices
Missourian — Posted on Thursday January 23, 2020

No new candidates had filed for Washington city offices when The Missourian went to press Tuesday afternoon.

City Pleased With Airport Management
Missourian — Posted on Thursday January 23, 2020

The city of Washington’s first year managing the Washington Regional Airport was a success.

Augusta to Celebrate Historic Arts Venue
Missourian — Posted on Thursday January 23, 2020

Augusta will celebrate the signing and future purchase of the Harmonie-Verein building, a historic community arts venue, Saturday, March 14.


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