Area News

3-6 Boys Basketball Camp
Sullivan Independent — Posted on Tuesday June 30, 2015

Spring Bluff R-XV will be hosting a Boys Basketball Camp free of charge on July 7, 8 & 9,from 6 – 8 p.m. The camp is open to all upcoming 3rd – 6th grade students who attend Spring Bluff School. Spring Bluff coaches are running the camp and will be focusing on the fundamentals needed […]

Taking applications for teachers and a cook
Sullivan Independent — Posted on Tuesday June 30, 2015

Taking applications for teachers and a cook. Call for qualifications or stop in and fill out application. Kids’ Village West, 36 Taylor St., Sullivan. 573-860-2900. ____________________ctfw-43

Maintenance Position
Sullivan Independent — Posted on Tuesday June 30, 2015

Maintenance Position: M-W, 20 hours a week. $8 per hour. 573-468-6687. ___________________cw8-11

Just For You Salon in Cuba now renting stations
Sullivan Independent — Posted on Tuesday June 30, 2015

Just For You Salon(formerly Xcentrix Salon and Spa in Cuba) is now renting stations to licensed cosmetologists and a massage therapist. Come join us in providing the public with excellent salon/spa services. Open Monday thur Saturday. Call Mechele Sims 573-205-1669.  pw6-9

Part-time help wanted
Sullivan Independent — Posted on Tuesday June 30, 2015

Part-time help wanted. MUST BE DEPENDABLE. Evenings, weekends and overnights available. Med license and CPR a plus, but we can help acquire. Must pass background screening. Duties include general cooking, cleaning and caring for residents. 314-608-5918 eoe. ____________________cw8-9

Wanting to purchase land
Sullivan Independent — Posted on Tuesday June 30, 2015

Wanting to purchase land. 10-200 Acres with pasture. Please contact fsh4vr64@yahoo.com. ____________________ctf-41

Mastin Rentals Sullivan Efficiency Apartment
Sullivan Independent — Posted on Tuesday June 30, 2015

Efficiency apt on Main St. stove, fridge, water, sewer, trash, cable TV included in rent. Security system. Laundry facilities. $350 month. 314-952-1559 ctf 9

For Rent Commerical Bulidings
Sullivan Independent — Posted on Tuesday June 30, 2015

Mastin Rentals Sullivan-Bourbon Retail, Office- space from  700 sq. ft. to 9,000 sq. ft. call 314-952-1559

For rent: 3 bdrm
Sullivan Independent — Posted on Tuesday June 30, 2015

For rent: 3 bdrm. HUD approved. Natural gas, C/A. $550 a month, $550 deposit. 573-225-4515. ___________________pw9-11

For rent: 3 bdrm., 1 bath home w laundry in Sullivan.
Sullivan Independent — Posted on Tuesday June 30, 2015

For rent: 3 bdrm., 1 bath home w laundry in Sullivan. New flooring and paint throughout home. $500 deposit, $575 a month. Call 636-742-1663 and leave a message. ___________________pw9-10

Pacific Man Dies in Highway 100 Crash
Missourian — Posted on Tuesday June 30, 2015

A Franklin County man died Monday afternoon when his vehicle crashed on Highway 100 east of Gray Summit.

St. Clair Man Dies in Friday Crash
Missourian — Posted on Monday June 29, 2015

A St. Clair man was killed on Friday morning when he was involved in a one-vehicle accident on Mill Hill Road east of the city.

Our Lady of Lourdes Church at Sunset
Missourian — Posted on Sunday June 28, 2015

This photo was taken Sunday evening, June 28, at Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Washington. 

Report Cards to Change for Two Grades
Missourian — Posted on Sunday June 28, 2015

A new report card will be issued this year for kindergarten and first-grade students in the Washington School District.

City Planning on Doing Own Asphalt Trench Work
Missourian — Posted on Sunday June 28, 2015

After bids for asphalt trench repairs came in higher than expected, the Washington City Council decided to do the work with city crews.

ECC Explores Offering Classes in Hermann Area
Missourian — Posted on Sunday June 28, 2015

East Central College officials are exploring offering classes in the Hermann community, ECC president Dr. Jon Bauer told trustees during the June board meeting.

County Permit Fee Hike Not Showing Revenue Spike
Missourian — Posted on Sunday June 28, 2015

Franklin County Building Department permit fee increases that took effect this year are not showing a clear revenue spike.

District Buying Electronic Resources for Curriculumn As It Moves to Digital Environment
Missourian — Posted on Saturday June 27, 2015

As the Washington School District transitions to a digital learning environment, more electronic resources are needed, officials said.

New Gastroenterologist Joins Mercy Clinic Four Rivers
Missourian — Posted on Saturday June 27, 2015

Sheetal Sharma, MBBS, has joined Mercy Clinic Gastroenterology in Washington.

Marthasville Denies Security Camera in Meeting Chambersn Mayor Casts Tie-Breaking Vote
Missourian — Posted on Saturday June 27, 2015

Marthasville Mayor David Lange broke a tie to prevent a video camera inside the city hall meeting room.

Bigfoot Plans to Move Headquarters to Pacific
Missourian — Posted on Saturday June 27, 2015

Bigfoot 4X4, the original monster truck, is moving its headquarters to Pacific.

Coolers, Picnic Baskets Now Allowed at Concerts
Missourian — Posted on Saturday June 27, 2015

After a light turnout for the first free Sunset on the Rails music concert in Pacific Station Plaza, organizers are rethinking their “no coolers” rule and encouraging music fans to bring an outdoor su

Area United Way Revises Mission, Vision Statements
Missourian — Posted on Saturday June 27, 2015

The Franklin County Area United Way long-range/strategic planning committee has revised the organization’s mission and vision statements, according to Kim Strubberg, executive director.

Woman Pleads Guilty to Stealing From Law Firm — To Be Sentenced in September
Missourian — Posted on Saturday June 27, 2015

A Franklin County woman has pleaded guilty to charges that she embezzled money while employed at a local law firm.

WIC Program Gets Additional Funds for Caseload Increase
Missourian — Posted on Saturday June 27, 2015

The federal Women, Infants and Children program offered through the Franklin County Health Department has seen an increased caseload, which has resulted in additional funding.

Plan Board Approves Comprehensive Plan
Missourian — Posted on Saturday June 27, 2015

The Pacific Planning and Zoning Commission Tuesday night approved the city’s new comprehensive plan even though the document still contained some errors and omissions, as well as a section that the ma

City Seeking New Bids for Security Camera Network
Missourian — Posted on Saturday June 27, 2015

Washington’s plans to create a citywide security camera network hit a snag recently.

School District Adopts Administrative Changes
Missourian — Posted on Saturday June 27, 2015

Instead of hiring a new chief financial officer, the Washington District is restructuring its administrative team and hiring a director of accounting.

Pro Bull Riding Returns to Fair
Missourian — Posted on Saturday June 27, 2015

Organizers are preparing for the third professional bull riding event in Union, and each year the event has grown.

Legion Riders Seek Support During Local Legacy Run Stop
Missourian — Posted on Saturday June 27, 2015

Area residents are encouraged to line Highway 30 on the east side of St. Clair as well as along West Gravois Road near and at the local American Legion Hall to welcome Legacy Run riders late Sunday mo