Area News

Council Approves Request For Proposed Pharmacy
Missourian — Posted on Monday July 16, 2018

The consolidation of two lots and a fence to be used for screening was approved Monday at the site of a proposed pharmacy.

Group Frustrated By Lack of Progress - On Dog Park Improvement
Missourian — Posted on Monday July 16, 2018

Washington dog park group members may be barking up the wrong tree when it comes to expecting progress at the South Point Bark Park.

Washington Council To Meet Monday
Missourian — Posted on Monday July 16, 2018

The Washington City Council will meet Monday, July 16, to review several recommendations from the city’s planning board.

Sheriff Says Deputies at All Schools Costly – Estimates $1.5 Million
Missourian — Posted on Sunday July 15, 2018

Posting a school resource officer (SRO) at every campus in incorporated Franklin County is not financially feasible.

County Man With Violent Past Accused of Assault – Arrested in Gray Summit
Missourian — Posted on Sunday July 15, 2018

Authorities Tuesday arrested a man with a violent criminal past who is accused of assaulting a woman and holding her at a Sullivan area home against her will.

Planning Commission OKs Preliminary Plat
Missourian — Posted on Sunday July 15, 2018

A preliminary plat of Highland Meadows, located west of High Street and south of Highway 100, was approved Monday by the Washington Planning and Zoning Commission.

Man Charged With Kidnapping, Assault – Accused of Throwing Woman Down Stairs
Missourian — Posted on Sunday July 15, 2018

A man accused of throwing a woman down a flight of stairs and forcing her into a vehicle was charged this week with felony kidnapping and domestic assault.

Contested County Positions Come With Big Paychecks – Twelve Offices on Primary Ballot
Missourian — Posted on Sunday July 15, 2018

To the winners go the spoils. In the case of county offices, those spoils are in the form of salaries all paid by taxpayers.

Lions Lake Fountain To Be Installed Soon
Missourian — Posted on Sunday July 15, 2018

The Washington Parks and Recreation Department is getting ready to install a new fountain at Lions Lake.

SWAT Team Assists in Arrests at St. Clair Home
Missourian — Posted on Saturday July 14, 2018

There were three arrests made Wednesday during efforts to arrest a St. Clair man wanted on a felony arrest warrant.

Man Given Probation for Assault, Endangerment
Missourian — Posted on Saturday July 14, 2018

A county man accused of striking a woman while she held a child earlier this year was sentenced to serve probation Tuesday.

Man Charged With Kidnapping, Assault
Missourian — Posted on Saturday July 14, 2018

A man accused of throwing a woman down a flight of stairs and forcing her into a vehicle was charged this week with felony kidnapping and domestic assault.

Priority Fitness Opens New Gym Location in St. Clair
Missourian — Posted on Saturday July 14, 2018

Priority Fitness recently opened its newest location that accommodates more equipment and members.

Washington Middle School Registration August 6-7
Missourian — Posted on Saturday July 14, 2018

Washington Middle School registration will be held Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 6-7.

St. Clair Woman Charged With Unlawful Use of Weapon
Missourian — Posted on Saturday July 14, 2018

A St. Clair woman was charged with the unlawful use of a weapon after she allegedly threatened a man with a knife.

R-XI, Sheriff Strike Deal For Beaufort
Missourian — Posted on Saturday July 14, 2018

Beaufort Elementary will be getting a boost in security due to a first-of-its-kind agreement between the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department and Union R-XI.

Woman Hid in Bushes for Hours After Shoplifting
Missourian — Posted on Saturday July 14, 2018

A woman was arrested by Washington Police for possession of controlled substances after allegedly stealing from the Washington Walmart.

Door: Commission Appointments Unclear
Missourian — Posted on Saturday July 14, 2018

Franklin County Clerk Debbie Door says the possibility of two gubernatorial appointments being made to the Franklin County Commission in coming weeks has caused her some concern.

Police Station Safe Zone – For Buyers, Sellers of Goods
Missourian — Posted on Saturday July 14, 2018

Buyers and sellers of goods looking for a safe place to conduct their business need to look no further than the Washington Police station.

Mountain Lions May Be Found in Area – Utilizing River Corridor for Travel
Missourian — Posted on Saturday July 14, 2018

State wildlife officials say recent black bear spottings in Marthasville could just be the beginning of a migration of other species not normally seen in Franklin and Warren counties.

Man Charged With Weed, Crystal Meth Possession
Missourian — Posted on Friday July 13, 2018

A Sullivan man recently was charged with possession of crystal methamphetamine and marijuana.

City to Resume Softening Water — After Repairs Are Made
Missourian — Posted on Friday July 13, 2018

Pacific residents who have been concerned about the hardness of city water will soon see improvement, according to Public Works Commissioner Robert Brueggemann.

Official: City Facing Explosive Growth
Missourian — Posted on Friday July 13, 2018

Building Commissioner Shawn Seymour says the city of Pacific faces explosive growth in the near future and should get ready for it.

Church Picnic July 22
Missourian — Posted on Friday July 13, 2018

The annual picnic at St. Francis of Assisi Parish in Luebbering, will be Sunday, July 22, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

United Way to Hold Kickoff Breakfast – Will Announce 2018 Goal
Missourian — Posted on Friday July 13, 2018

The Franklin County Area United Way will announce its 2018 fundraising goal later this month at a special kickoff breakfast for corporate contributors.


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