Area News

Washington School Board Filing Opens December 17
Missourian — Posted on Sunday December 08, 2019

Filing for three open seats on the Washington School Board will begin Tuesday, Dec. 17, at 8 a.m. and close Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2020, at 5 p.m.

City of Washington Eyes Bridge Rock Removal
Missourian — Posted on Sunday December 08, 2019

Vehicle Strikes Truck, Man Hurt
Missourian — Posted on Sunday December 08, 2019

A Labadie man was seriously injured Wednesday, Dec. 4, when the truck he was driving struck the rear of a dump truck.

Lonedell Man Dies in Car Crash
Missourian — Posted on Sunday December 08, 2019

A Lonedell man died in a car crash Saturday afternoon, Dec. 7, after traveling off the road.

Stafford Street House Fire
Missourian — Posted on Sunday December 08, 2019

Washington firefighters and police are on the scene of a house fire Sunday about 1 p,m. on Stafford Street.

Upgrades Are Not Needed for St. John's Road
Missourian — Posted on Sunday December 08, 2019

Cranmer Earns Registered Play Therapy Credential
Missourian — Posted on Sunday December 08, 2019

Kati Cranmer, MS, LPC, of Union, earned the prestigious Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor (RPT-S) credential conferred by the Association for Play Therapy (APT), according to its CEO Kathryn Lebby.

Council, Attorney Filing Opens December 17
Missourian — Posted on Sunday December 08, 2019

The filing season for four Washington City Council seats and the city attorney seat will begin Tuesday, Dec. 17.

St. Clair Man Sentenced to Prison For Assault, Trafficking
Missourian — Posted on Saturday December 07, 2019

A St. Clair man was sentenced to 10 years in prison for his role in a September assault and robbery at a Washington motel.

Synthetic Urine Ban Back in the Spotlight
Missourian — Posted on Saturday December 07, 2019

Meetings on Farm Bill Updates Tuesday
Missourian — Posted on Saturday December 07, 2019

The MU Extension will host two meetings on updates to the 2018 Farm Bill Tuesday, Dec. 10, at the East Central College Training Center, Building No. 7, in room 114.

Recycling, Trash Bids Reviewed
Missourian — Posted on Saturday December 07, 2019

April Election Filing Opens December 17
Missourian — Posted on Saturday December 07, 2019

Filing for the April 7, 2020, municipal election opens this month in Union.

Augusta Elementary Forms House Groups - To Promote Positive Behavior
Missourian — Posted on Saturday December 07, 2019

Augusta Elementary has divided staff and students into four separate groups, which they call “houses,” to help build relationships and camaraderie.

Washington Woman Hurt in Crash
Missourian — Posted on Saturday December 07, 2019

A Washington woman was hurt Wednesday, Dec. 5, when the car she was driving was struck by a pickup.

Grace’s Place Is Now At 59 Percent of Goal
Missourian — Posted on Saturday December 07, 2019

Grace’s Place, an emergency shelter for children in Washington, is now at 59 percent of its 2019 annual giving goal of $86,866.

Pacific to Back Union Project
Missourian — Posted on Saturday December 07, 2019

The Union transportation committee didn’t have enough members show up Wednesday to have an official meeting, but City Administrator Russell Rost still shared some news.

Gasoline Tax, Police, Utility One Call Bills - Top Issues for Griesheimer
Missourian — Posted on Saturday December 07, 2019

Since Monday, nearly 400 bills have already been prefiled in the Missouri House of Representatives for the 2020 legislative session.

Stone Hill Winery Wins Jefferson Cup - Third Time for Its Cream Sherry
Missourian — Posted on Saturday December 07, 2019

The Jefferson Cup Wine Invitational, often referred to as the “Olympics” of wine competitions, celebrated its 20th year and Stone Hill Winery in Hermann took top honors.

Council Hires Airport Consultant
Missourian — Posted on Saturday December 07, 2019

The Washington City Council Monday, Dec. 2, approved a new agreement with Crawford, Murphy & Tilly (CMT) Inc for airport consulting work.

Tourism Board Reappointments
Missourian — Posted on Saturday December 07, 2019

The Washington City Council approved one appointment and two reappointments to the Washington Tourism Commission.

Tickets Still Available For Holiday House Tour
Missourian — Posted on Friday December 06, 2019

Tickets are still available for the 37th annual Holiday House Tour set for this Sunday from 4 to 7 p.m.

Polar Plunge Will Benefit Special Olympics Missouri - Register Now for February 29 Event
Missourian — Posted on Friday December 06, 2019

lar Plunge will take place Saturday, Feb. 29. Brave men and women from around the area will don costumes and swimwear and take “polar” dips into Creve Coeur Lake to support the athletes of Special Olympics Missouri.

SWAT, Task Force Seize Meth, Fentanyl
Missourian — Posted on Friday December 06, 2019

Two people were taken into custody Friday at a home where authorities seized opiates and two grams of meth.

Authorities Seize Fentanyl, Meth at Union Area Home
Missourian — Posted on Friday December 06, 2019

Two people were taken into custody Friday at a home where authorities seized opiates and two grams of meth.


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