Area News

Council to Review Ordinance for Landfill Annexation — Will Meet Be Monday
Missourian — Posted on Sunday November 17, 2019

The Washington City Council Monday, Nov. 18, is poised to approve the annexation of 1.54 acres near the Struckhoff Landfill.

Firm to Meet With Board
Missourian — Posted on Sunday November 17, 2019

The Washington School District’s newly hired project management firm to assist with upcoming construction work will provide an update to school board members Wednesday night, Nov. 20.

St. Clair Fire District Considers Bids For Quick Response Trucks
Missourian — Posted on Saturday November 16, 2019

The St. Clair Fire Protection District is looking to purchase one, possibly two, new quick response truck as the board unveiled two bids at Tuesday night’s meeting.

Service Industry Job Fair Tuesday
Missourian — Posted on Saturday November 16, 2019

The Washington Area Chamber of Commerce and the city of Washington will host a job fair Tuesday, Nov. 19, from 4 to 7 p.m. at the city auditorium.

Businesses to Raise Funds For Alec Ingram Family
Missourian — Posted on Saturday November 16, 2019

To show their support for the family of Alec Ingram, who passed away last Thursday from osteosarcoma cancer, many Downtown Washington merchants and other local businesses will donate a portion of their sales Sunday to the family.

Leslie Man Jailed On Assault Charge
Missourian — Posted on Saturday November 16, 2019

A 24-year-old Leslie man is accused of pinning a woman to a bed and choking her.

Mitchell Named Humane Society Shelter Manager - Attends Midwest Animal Conference
Missourian — Posted on Saturday November 16, 2019

Allison Mitchell is the new shelter manager for the Franklin County Humane Society (FCHS).

Residents Oppose Zoning Plan — County Commission Has Final Say
Missourian — Posted on Saturday November 16, 2019

Testimony of 28 county residents was heard Thursday during a public hearing on the proposed changes to the overall zoning of Franklin County, which has been a work in progress for nearly two years.

Sullivan Man Is Given 12-Year Prison Term
Missourian — Posted on Saturday November 16, 2019

A 27-year-old Sullivan man was sentenced to 12 years in prison to run concurrent with a prison term he is now serving.

PTK Inducts New Members
Missourian — Posted on Saturday November 16, 2019

New members of Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) were inducted into the Chi Delta chapter during its annual fall induction ceremony at East Central College. PTK is the international honor society for two-year colleges.

Teens Seriously Hurt in Crash
Missourian — Posted on Saturday November 16, 2019

Five people, including four teens, were injured in a three-vehicle crash on eastbound Highway 100 at Highway M at 6:15 Thursday evening.

County Man Charged With Three Counts of Assault — Trial Scheduled for Previous Charge
Missourian — Posted on Saturday November 16, 2019

A St. Clair area man was charged with three counts of felony domestic assault for two incidents in the past four months.

City Working To Repair Leaking Water Line
Missourian — Posted on Saturday November 16, 2019

A leaky water line prompted an emergency repair and further investigation from the city of Union.

Thousands of Cars Expected for Teen’s Funeral Procession — Alec Ingram’s Final Wish
Missourian — Posted on Saturday November 16, 2019

Washington officials are expecting an influx of sports cars, exotic super cars, motorcycles and other vehicles to help grant the final wish of a boy who bravely fought cancer.

College to Celebrate Annual International Day This Saturday
Missourian — Posted on Saturday November 16, 2019

East Central College will host its annual International Day Festival this Saturday, Nov. 16, from 10 a.m. to noon in the Donald Shook Student Center Cafeteria.

Scouts Will Collect Food Bags Saturday
Missourian — Posted on Saturday November 16, 2019

Scouts will collect the Scouting for Food bags Saturday, Nov. 16, starting at 9 a.m.

ECC to Celebrate International Day November 16
Missourian — Posted on Friday November 15, 2019

East Central College will host its annual International Day Festival this Saturday, Nov. 16, from 10 a.m. to noon in the Donald Shook Student Center Cafeteria.

Holiday Parade of Lights November 29 — In Downtown Washington
Missourian — Posted on Friday November 15, 2019

After a rainout last year, Downtown Washington Inc. is making plans for its annual Holiday Parade of Lights — traditionally held the day after Thanksgiving.

Borgia Wins State Title In Volleyball
Missourian — Posted on Friday November 15, 2019

For the 11th time in program history, the St. Francis Borgia Regional volleyball Lady Knights raised a state volleyball championship trophy.

Parkway Church Packs Gifts for Needy Children Worldwide
Missourian — Posted on Friday November 15, 2019

Several members of Parkway Church of Nazarene packed 145 shoeboxes for the Operation Christmas Child program Sunday evening, Nov. 10.

Over 1,300 Coats Collected in Drive — In 10th Annual Warners’ Warm-Up
Missourian — Posted on Friday November 15, 2019

A total of 1,317 coats were collected in this year’s Warners’ Warm-Up Coat Drive.

Impact Statements Presented in Court — Daughter, Friend of Ken Allen
Missourian — Posted on Friday November 15, 2019

The victim’s impact statement from the daughter of a slain drug counselor was both a glowing commentary on her father’s character, and an indictment of the person found guilty of killing him.

Auxiliary of Year Award for Mercy — Honored at Health Association Convention
Missourian — Posted on Friday November 15, 2019

Mercy Hospital Washington’s auxiliary was named a 2019 Auxiliary of the Year by the Missouri Association of Hospital Auxiliaries during the Missouri Hospital Association’s 97th Annual Convention & Trade Show, held Nov. 7 in Osage Beach.

City Staff Reviewing Consultant Proposals — For Third Street Overlay Project
Missourian — Posted on Friday November 15, 2019

City staff is reviewing consultant qualifications for a future Third Street overlay project.

Ameren, United Way Partner to Help Veterans - Providing Utility Assistance
Missourian — Posted on Friday November 15, 2019

For a second year, Ameren Missouri and United Way, in partnership with statewide Energy Assistance Agencies, will support active military families and veterans to help pay their utility bills.


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