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Louisiana state champion Gonzales Post 81 (Gauthier Amedee) will represent the Mid-South Region at the American Legion World Series in Shelby, N.C. [Read More]
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"Fly Girls" is the exhilarating true story of five women willing to risk their lives for the sport they loved. It is a soaring addition... [Read More]
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Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) employee Lyndon Ebker was hit by a car and killed nearly 2 1/2 years ago. [Read More]
There have been fewer calls for structure fires this summer compared to the same time last year. [Read More]
Friday is a day all Missouri high schools have been waiting for. [Read More]
Two city-owned buildings aren't likely to be standing for much longer. [Read More]
Grass can grow up to 10 inches in Union before it's considered a weed. [Read More]
Tags: Grass - Union - Weed
Röbller Vineyard has been named best winery in mid-Missouri by readers of Feast magazine in the publication's annual Feast 50 issue. [Read More]
The Washington Parks and Recreation department announced Tuesday the office will be moving this fall. [Read More]
Preparations for the 2018 fall sports season have been escalated this week with jamboree events. [Read More]
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Despite a rainy start to the school year, Superintendent Dr. John Mulford is calling the opening a "smooth" success. Students returned to the classroom Wednesday. [Read More]
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Former 109th House District candidate Bob Oreskovic has confirmed he is seeking a nomination to the Franklin County First District Commissioner seat. [Read More]
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Union aldermen moved forward with plans for the city's annual street work and agreed on how to spend savings from projects that came in under... [Read More]
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Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) employee Lyndon Ebker was hit by a car and killed nearly 2 1/2 years ago. [Read More]
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James Smith committed to walking across the country Monday, July 9, to prove to his kids that not all people are bad. He arrived in... [Read More]
Enrollment is holding steady and the start of the school year is being called a success by Meramec Valley R-III School District officials. [Read More]
On Monday, Aug. 20, the St. Clair Board of Aldermen meeting will start early due to a rezoning public hearing and a property tax rate... [Read More]
The Washington City Council will hold a slate of public hearings Monday — including one to set the city's tax levy. [Read More]
Hitting the field against another school for the first time, the East Central College soccer Falcons defeated Harris-Stowe State University on the road Wednesday, 2-0. [Read More]
After four seasons on the basketball court, Cason Suggs traded in his high tops for running shoes this spring on the track team at Washington. [Read More]
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