Area News

Griesheimer Will Retire This Summer, Citing Mobility
Missourian — Posted on Thursday May 24, 2018

An emotional John Griesheimer announced Tuesday his last day as Franklin County presiding commissioner will be Friday, July 6.

Union Ward 2 Alderman Stepping Down
Missourian — Posted on Thursday May 24, 2018

Union Ward 2 Alderman Vicki Jo Hooper will step down from the board at the end of June.

Washington's City Pool to Open Saturday
Missourian — Posted on Thursday May 24, 2018

The Agnes Nolting Aquatics Complex’s 2018 season will kick off this Saturday, May 26.

Volunteers Sought For Bicentennial Float For Countywide Parade
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday May 23, 2018

With Franklin County’s Bicentennial right around the corner in January 2019, a committee is being formed to put together ideas and materials for a Washington float for the March 30, 2019, county parade.

St. Clair Man Charged In Burglary, Gun Theft
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday May 23, 2018

A St. Clair man suspected in a burglary and theft of firearms in Franklin County May 11 was charged Monday.

Big Driver Reopens After the Golf Ball Machine Repaired
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday May 23, 2018

Washington’s Big Driver Driving Range reopened Firday after a month of inactivity due to vandalism.

County Plan Board Changes Its Bylaws — Drops Robert’s Rules of Order
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday May 23, 2018

After months of debate about what to do with Robert’s Rules of Order, the Franklin County Planning and Zoning Commission reached a decision.

Garrett Named New Resource Officer at Washington High
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday May 23, 2018

Washington Police Officer Greg Garrett is the new school resource officer at Washington High School.

Woman Allegedly Broke Into Home, Shot Firearm
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday May 23, 2018

A Marthasville woman accused of burglarizing an ex-boyfriend’s home and shooting holes in bathroom wall was charged in the May 3 incident.

Narcan Revives Overdosed Woman
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday May 23, 2018

A woman was revived with the use of Narcan over the weekend in Washington.

Union Memorial Day Events Scheduled
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday May 23, 2018

American Legion Post 297 is gearing up for Memorial Day.

Union Pool to Open For Season Saturday
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday May 23, 2018

The unofficial start of summer will begin this Saturday, May 26, with the opening of the Union Splash-N-Swimplex.

Mission Group Will Become A Nonprofit; Area Doctors, Nurses, Volunteers Help Africa
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday May 23, 2018

What started out as a small mission group in New Haven, is now turning into a nonprofit organization with the purpose to help hospitals and villages in Africa.

Gym Owner Charged for Not Reporting Molestation Claims
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday May 23, 2018

The owner of the gym where alleged child molestations occurred has been charged with not reporting incidents that were brought to her attention.

St. Clair R-XIII Board Approves Athletic Trainer Services With Mercy Sports Medicine
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday May 23, 2018

St. Clair High School athletes will see a new trainer at sporting games and practices next school year.

Union Class of 2018 Celebrates Graduation
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday May 23, 2018

The Union High School senior class celebrated Thursday evening at the school’s graduation ceremony.

Phase Two of Jail/911 Consulting Approved — With $1.9 Million Price Tag
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday May 23, 2018

Before a shovel has even hit the dirt the contracts for the Franklin County jail/911 expansion and renovation are already in the millions.

Recycling Center Owner Seeking Compromise — To Operate Business
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday May 23, 2018

The owner of a recycling facility looking to open shop in a new location pleaded with city officials for a compromise that would allow him to operate the business and appease the neighbors.

Police Search for Suspect in Burglary
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday May 23, 2018

St. Clair police are searching for a white male suspect who allegedly burglarized a business Sunday night, May 20.

Camdenton Man Dies In Fatal Car Crash Monday
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday May 23, 2018

A Camdenton resident died in a car crash Monday, May 21, in Maries County.

Joe's Column: School Shootings
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday May 23, 2018

There was another school shooting last week.

Man Charged in Shooting of Driver, Passenger — Nonfatal Injuries
Missourian — Posted on Tuesday May 22, 2018

A Villa Ridge man who allegedly fired a shotgun at two people in a moving vehicle — and striking both — was charged Tuesday.

Meth Lab Located in Vehicle, Man Arrested At St. Clair Gas Station
Missourian — Posted on Sunday May 20, 2018

St. Clair police seized a meth lab in a vehicle at the FastLane gas station Wednesday morning, May 16, following reports that a man was slumped over a steering wheel.

Board Discusses Pacific Cemeteries
Missourian — Posted on Sunday May 20, 2018

Pacific officials took steps at the May 15 board of aldermen meeting to organize the affairs of the two city cemeteries.

Stipends, Pay Raises Approved By St. Clair School Board
Missourian — Posted on Sunday May 20, 2018

Stipends and an increase in the teacher base salary were approved at the St. Clair R-XIII board meeting Thursday.


— Posted on Wednesday December 31, 1969


— Posted on Wednesday December 31, 1969


— Posted on Wednesday December 31, 1969


— Posted on Wednesday December 31, 1969


— Posted on Wednesday December 31, 1969