Area News

Resolution Race Set For New Year’s Day in St. Clair
Missourian — Posted on Thursday December 13, 2018

The 40th annual St. Clair Resolution Run will be Tuesday, Jan. 1.

Jumpstart Group Votes to Disband; Remaining Funds to Be Donated
Missourian — Posted on Thursday December 13, 2018

An organization in St. Clair will no longer meet due to a lack of community involvement.

Developer Seeks Annexation — For New Apartment Complex
Missourian — Posted on Thursday December 13, 2018

An annexation request for 19.5 acres just west of Washington was given the green light by the city’s planning commission Monday.

U.S. Bank to Close Branch in Washington — 14th Street Location
Missourian — Posted on Thursday December 13, 2018

The U.S. Bank branch at 550 E. 14th St. in Washington will close permanently in March, according to a letter sent out to customers from Mary Forest, district manager.

Oesterly First to File for Washington School Board
Missourian — Posted on Thursday December 13, 2018

Jason Oesterly of Washington is the first person to file for one of two open Washington School Board seats.

Big Crowds for Event - Parade, Santa, Bonfires
Missourian — Posted on Thursday December 13, 2018

Several hundred people made their way to Pacific Station Plaza following the electric light parade through downtown last Saturday evening, Dec. 8, for the Pacific Partnership’s annual Christmas on the Plaza celebration.

Manpower, Wages Top Concerns for MoDOT — Not Ready for Statewide Storm
Missourian — Posted on Thursday December 13, 2018

The Missouri Department of Transportation has put out the “help wanted” sign.

City to Buy Computers
Missourian — Posted on Thursday December 13, 2018

The Washington City Council Monday, Dec. 3, approved the purchase of 30 new Micro Form Factor Computers from SHI International Corp.

Incumbents File for City Office
Missourian — Posted on Thursday December 13, 2018

Three incumbent Washington City Council members Tuesday filed for re-election.

Sports Groups, Park Board Discuss Fees
Missourian — Posted on Thursday December 13, 2018

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New Dog Shelter Is Now in Service - Old Pound Closed
Missourian — Posted on Thursday December 13, 2018

The new city dog shelter set up in a corner of the city maintenance compound on Cedar Field Drive is now in full service.

Attorney for Former Coach Says Client Not Part of Settlement
Missourian — Posted on Thursday December 13, 2018

The defendant in a criminal case involving alleged sexual misconduct was not involved in a recent civil settlement.

Input to Be Sought on New Pool — Public Forum In January
Missourian — Posted on Thursday December 13, 2018

The city of Washington’s pool consultant, Counsilman-Hunsaker, will begin seeking public input on the proposed new aquatics complex in January.

Union to Reapply For STP Grant For Porterford Road
Missourian — Posted on Thursday December 13, 2018

The city of Union will again seek federal funding for Porterford Road improvements.

Homicides Up, Overall Deaths Down in County for 2017 — Medical Examiner Releases Report
Missourian — Posted on Thursday December 13, 2018

According to a report released Monday by the regional medical examiner Dr. Mary Case, there were 755 deaths in Franklin County last year.

Area Wineries to Be Honored by Governor — For Award-Winning Wines
Missourian — Posted on Thursday December 13, 2018

Several Missouri wineries will be honored at the Missouri Governor’s Mansion Tuesday, Dec. 18.

Route 66 May Become Part Of Trail System - Mayor: Game Changer for Pacific
Missourian — Posted on Thursday December 13, 2018

The U.S. Congress is looking to add Route 66 to the National Historic Trails System.

Former Building Owner Accused of Burglary
Missourian — Posted on Thursday December 13, 2018

Washington police say the former owner of a building in the Schulze Industrial Park broke into the structure to retrieve what he believes is his property estimated at over $5,000.

Police Seize Child Porn Images, Arrest Man
Missourian — Posted on Thursday December 13, 2018

A Washington man was charged with possession of child pornography after police seized numerous electronic devices and printed photos of children from his home.

St. Clair Planning, Zoning Director Announces His Resignation
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday December 12, 2018

The St. Clair Planning and Zoning director announced his resignation at Monday’s meeting.

City Will Replace Oak Street Sidewalk
Missourian — Posted on Wednesday December 12, 2018

The city of Union has come up with a solution to a sidewalk problem.

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.


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