Area News

St. Clair Youth Center Has Closed Its Doors; Last Day Was December 1
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday December 12, 2018

The after school youth center on Main Street in St. Clair has officially closed its doors.

Prop Wildcat Projects Are Moving Forward
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday December 12, 2018

One Prop Wildcats project has officially started and others are getting close.

Horn Selected to Design City Hall
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday December 12, 2018

After listening to presentations from three companies, Horn Architects was selected to be the design firm for the Union city hall project.

Joe's Column: December Graduation
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday December 12, 2018

I know exactly where I was 10 years ago on Dec. 13.

Pacific JROTC Kicks Off Guns ’N Hoses
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday December 12, 2018

The Pacific High School JROTC cadets helped kick off the Guns ’n Hoses event Nov. 21 at the Enterprise Center, St. Louis.

One Seat Open On Water Board
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday December 12, 2018

Filing for the Water District No. 3 board of directors election in April opened Tuesday, Dec. 11.

Filing Now Open for Ambulance District
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday December 12, 2018

Filing for the Meramec Ambulance District April 2, 2019, election opened Tuesday at 8 a.m.

Union Candidates File On Opening Day
Missourian — Posted on Tuesday December 11, 2018

Tuesday marked the opening of filing for the April 2, 2019, municipal election.

College Receives Clean Report Audit — Cash Operating Reserve Strong
Missourian — Posted on Tuesday December 11, 2018

East Central College received a clean audit report Monday, Dec. 3, during the Board of Trustees meeting. The board voted to approve the report.

Archaeological Survey for Trail Project to Begin Soon
Missourian — Posted on Tuesday December 11, 2018

An archaeological survey required by the state before Washington can move forward with a Busch Creek Greenway should begin soon.

United Way to Host Victory Celebration — Agency Allocations to Be Announced Soon
Missourian — Posted on Tuesday December 11, 2018

The Franklin County Area United Way will celebrate its successful campaign at a special reception Tuesday, Dec. 11, at 5 p.m. at Jesuit Hall in Washington.

ECC Will Be Charged for Use of Fairgrounds Stage — For Its Annual Pop Concert
Missourian — Posted on Monday December 10, 2018

The Washington Park Board has declined East Central College Music Department’s request to waive the fee for use of the main stage at the fairgrounds for its annual Pops Concert.

River Clean Stream Team Offers Reward — For Info About Oil Spill
Missourian — Posted on Monday December 10, 2018

Bourbeuse River Clean Stream Team No. 3 is offering a $1,000 reward to find the person responsible for dumping oil into the river.

St. Clair Parade, Main Street Event Deemed Successful
Missourian — Posted on Monday December 10, 2018

The number of attendees at the Lighted Christmas Parade was the largest turnout than in years past, according to St. Clair Park Board president Dana Collins-Messex.

Missourian Accepting Clergy Notes
Missourian — Posted on Monday December 10, 2018

As in years past, The Missourian will feature Christmas messages from area clergy in the Dec. 22-23 weekend issue.

Director Criticizes Process — In Sentencing of Driver in Fatal Crash
Missourian — Posted on Sunday December 09, 2018

The death of Missouri Department of Transportation employee Lyndon Ebker, New Haven, more than two years ago is still fresh in the minds of his co-workers, friends and transportation leaders in the state of Missouri.

Filing Opens Tuesday - For City Offices
Missourian — Posted on Sunday December 09, 2018

Filing for the board of aldermen for the April 2019 election will open Tuesday, Dec. 11, at 8 a.m.

City Will Enforce No Parking on Highway 47 — Signs Will Be Posted
Missourian — Posted on Sunday December 09, 2018

The Washington Police Department will begin ticketing and eventually towing cars parked on Highway 47 near Washington High School.

City Will Apply for Flood Buyout Grant - Property Owners Must Indicate Interest
Missourian — Posted on Sunday December 09, 2018

The city wants to buy and demolish seven additional homes that were damaged in the 2016 and 2017 floods.

Health Insurance Open Enrollment Ends Next Week
Missourian — Posted on Sunday December 09, 2018

The Missouri Department of Insurance reminds consumers that the enrollment period for individual health insurance plans sold on the federal marketplace or directly by an insurance company ends Saturday, Dec. 15.

College Is Addressing Deficiencies
Missourian — Posted on Sunday December 09, 2018

A positive update regarding East Central College’s accreditation progress was given Monday, Dec. 3, during the Board of Trustees meeting.

City to Seek Two Sales Tax Increases - Both Half-Cent Proposals
Missourian — Posted on Sunday December 09, 2018

Officials plan to ask voters to approve two sales tax proposals in the April municipal election.

City Council Gives Nod to New Food Truck Ordinance — Includes Fire Safety Requirements
Missourian — Posted on Sunday December 09, 2018

A revised ordinance for motorized food trucks — including requirements recommended by fire officials — was approved Monday by the Washington City Council.

Board to Meet Potential City Hall Design Firms
Missourian — Posted on Saturday December 08, 2018

Candidates to design a new city hall will meet with the Union Board of Aldermen Monday night.

Man Charged With Killing Grandfather — Called 911, Waited For Deputies
Missourian — Posted on Saturday December 08, 2018

The Washington area man accused of killing his grandfather at his breakfast table Wednesday morning was known to law enforcement.


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