Area News

Bourbon High School Class of 2015
Sullivan Independent — Posted on Tuesday June 02, 2015

Sullivan Primary School
Sullivan Independent — Posted on Tuesday June 02, 2015

Sullivan Elementary 4th Grade Students
Sullivan Independent — Posted on Tuesday June 02, 2015

Sullivan Elementary School
Sullivan Independent — Posted on Tuesday June 02, 2015

Summer School Please take note that they will only have summer school Monday through Thursday this year. Students coming into Kindergarten will have the hours of 7:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. There is no transportation at the 12:45 time. June 1-25. If you have questions, please contact the Primary office at 573-468-5446. Change In Times […]

Spring Bluff School
Sullivan Independent — Posted on Tuesday June 02, 2015

Spring Bluff Kindergarten Graduation
Sullivan Independent — Posted on Tuesday June 02, 2015

Spring Bluff 8th Grade Graduation
Sullivan Independent — Posted on Tuesday June 02, 2015

Spring Bluff Heritage Day
Sullivan Independent — Posted on Tuesday June 02, 2015

By Sandy Koppelmann The annual Spring Bluff Heritage Day is scheduled, rain or shine, Sat., June 6 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the relaxing atmosphere of the Spring Bluff Camp/Retreat Center on Highway AC just west of Spring Bluff Highway 185 North of Sullivan and South of Beaufort. Bring your lawn chairs, come […]

Summer Blood Drive Monday June 8 At Sullivan Community Center
Sullivan Independent — Posted on Tuesday June 02, 2015

The Sullivan Community Blood Drive will be held on Mon., June 8, at the Sullivan Community Center, located at 730 West Main in Sullivan from 1 p.m. – 6 p.m. This event is open to the public, appointments are available and walk-ins are certainly welcome. The blood drive is sponsored by Missouri Baptist Hospital- Sullivan […]

Sullivan Senior Center
Sullivan Independent — Posted on Tuesday June 02, 2015

Menus June 3- June 9 Wed. – Parmesan baked chicken, baked potato(with bar), spinach, cinnamon applesauce, dinner roll. Thurs. – Lemon baked fish with brown rice pilaf, sugar snap peas, Capri vegetables, fruit ambrosia, bread. Fri. -Chicken salad, minestrone soup, 3-bean salad, spiced apples, bread (2 slices), crackers. Mon. – Pork bratwurst with sauerkraut, mashed […]

Seek Help Finding Missing Washington Man
Missourian — Posted on Monday June 01, 2015

Washington police are asking for the public’s help in locating a man who was reported missing Sunday morning.

Sheriff’s Office Reminds People to Lock Vehicles — Keep Garage Doors Closed
Missourian — Posted on Sunday May 31, 2015

The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office is reminding residents to keep their cars locked to prevent thefts.

Says Concrete Plant Not Detrimental to Area
Missourian — Posted on Sunday May 31, 2015

A woman says her husband’s plan to build a concrete plant in Gray Summit has been unfairly portrayed by critics and media.

Nixon ‘Very Close’ to Appointment
Missourian — Posted on Saturday May 30, 2015

Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon is getting “very close” to appointing someone to fill a vacant seat on the Franklin County Commission, a spokesman said Thursday.

Police Invite Citizens to Informal Chat Sessions
Missourian — Posted on Saturday May 30, 2015

Members of the public are invited to an informal meeting with Pacific Police officers in a community program designed to create relationships between citizens and cops.

Plan Board Awards CUP To Grading Business
Missourian — Posted on Saturday May 30, 2015

A conditional use permit was awarded to a grading and excavating business near Pacific that is planning on expanding.

Student Wins State Essay Contest
Missourian — Posted on Saturday May 30, 2015

A Robertsville Elementary fifth-grader turned in the top essay in the state showing that she understands how to invest money in the stock market.

UP Completes Improvementsn At Pacific Crossing
Missourian — Posted on Saturday May 30, 2015

A major rail infrastructure improvement project brought Union Pacific Railroad (UP) crews to Pacific last week.

Disabled Will Get Job Experience With New Employment Program
Missourian — Posted on Saturday May 30, 2015

A new program to help prepare high school students with disabilities for the workforce will be offered this summer in Franklin County.

Struckhoff Is Named Outstanding Educatorn In Washington School District
Missourian — Posted on Saturday May 30, 2015

Described as the “ultimate advocate” for students, Washington Middle School guidance counselor Shelly Struckhoff was honored Thursday morning as the 2015 Outstanding Educator of the Year in the Washin

Senior Center to Serve As Red Cross Shelter
Missourian — Posted on Saturday May 30, 2015

Area residents displaced by a disaster will soon have a no-cost temporary shelter with all the benefits of home in Pacific.

Group Lobbies to Save Historic Home
Missourian — Posted on Saturday May 30, 2015

Proponents of preserving a historic Washington home are expected to pack the city council chambers Monday night in an effort to convince council members to not raze it for parking around the city hall

Memorial to Honor All Disabled Veterans
Missourian — Posted on Saturday May 30, 2015

Plans to honor disabled veterans call for an all encompassing memorial for all branches and all communities in the area.

Governor’s Veto of Jobless Bill Stands — Previous Article Corrected
Missourian — Posted on Saturday May 30, 2015

A story in the Wednesday edition of The Missourian about a bill dealing with unemployment benefits incorrectly stated that the Legislature overrode Gov. Jay Nixon’s veto of the bill.

Alferman Does Not Want Legislature Seen as Frat House — Supports Ethics Reform to Limit Lobbyists’ Gifts
Missourian — Posted on Saturday May 30, 2015

State Rep. Justin Alferman, R-Hermann, said he’s probably not speaking out of turn by saying “the public’s general conception of the General Assembly is that you know it’s just kind of like a frat hou

Trail Day Is Wednesday
Missourian — Posted on Saturday May 30, 2015

Reservations for the 11th annual Riverfront Trail Day to be held Wednesday, June 3, at Lions Lake and the swine pavilion at the Washington Fairgrounds for seniors and anyone else who has a physical di

Summer Numbers Up in R-XIII
Missourian — Posted on Saturday May 30, 2015

More than 1,000 students, or roughly half of the district’s youth population, have signed up to attend summer school starting Monday in the St. Clair R-XIII School District.

All St. Clair School Staff Get Pay Hike
Missourian — Posted on Saturday May 30, 2015

Every St. Clair R-XIII School District employee will receive a raise for the 2015-16 academic year.

Four Businesses in City Do Not Have Renewed License
Missourian — Posted on Saturday May 30, 2015

Mayor Ron Blum said this year’s list of delinquent business license renewals is the shortest it has been in some time.

Fire Destroys Ed’s Drilling Building
Missourian — Posted on Friday May 29, 2015

A building owned by Ed’s Drilling and Blasting is a “total loss” after a Tuesday night fire.