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Area wrestlers claimed 15 medals Saturday at the MSHSAA Wrestling Championships at Mizzou Arena. [Read More]
City officials are reviewing possible roadway improvement projects to submit for a Surface Transportation Project (STP) grant through the East-West Gateway Council of Governments. [Read More]
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The city's planning commission is recommending approval of a special use permit to permanently remove a flag from a disguised cell tower. [Read More]
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Early results of a new blower at the city's wastewater treatment plant have been positive so far. [Read More]
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The Missouri House is advancing a bill that would ban marriages of children ages 14 years old or younger. Under current law, children ages 15-17... [Read More]
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Pacific Planning and Zoning (P&Z) commissioners say the city should take advantage of the current interest in developing subdivisions in the city to increase rooftops,... [Read More]
In her final two races, Borgia's Emily Reuwer has a chance to make history. [Read More]
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Swimmers from Borgia and Washington competed Thursday, Feb. 15, in the Class 1 preliminary qualifying races at the St. Peters Rec-Plex. [Read More]
One of the primary responsibilities of government is to provide protection for people in its jurisdiction. We have taken "protection" for granted. That no longer... [Read More]
Most of the area's wrestlers were able to survive during the first day of the MSHSAA Championships at Mizzou Arena Thursday. [Read More]
A Pacific area man is scheduled to present his plans for a market and multifamily development at the next Franklin County Planning and Zoning meeting. [Read More]
State Rep. Nate Tate, R-St. Clair, has garnered support from prosecutors and other groups for his bill banning synthetic human urine. [Read More]
Marthasville Community Ambulance Chief Ann Cleavelin said if voters approve a 10-cent property tax increase, the ambulance district will use the funds to purchase one... [Read More]
Aug. 1, 2015, is a date David Heeb will remember for the rest of his life. [Read More]
Dutzow residents have until the end of the month to identify a new property to keep a U.S. Post Office in town. [Read More]
For Washington Police Chief Ed Menefee, something needs to be done to stop the stream of officers leaving his department. [Read More]
Party like it's 1982. [Read More]
St. Clair will send five wrestlers back to Columbia for the state tournament this year. [Read More]
In the wake of another shooting that left 17 dead at a Florida high school Wednesday, local educators say they're doing many things to keep... [Read More]
Even if you got a flu shot this year, there is a 64 percent chance you'll still get the flu. [Read More]
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