Neighbors United Undoing Racism, a nonprofit organization that provides opportunities for communication and education, will sponsor Vacation Culture School at Peace Lutheran Church, 5 Scenic Drive in Washington, the week of June 19-23.

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  • By Karen Cernich, Missourian Staff Writer
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The friendliness of the people here is one of the things that has most impressed Marbach am Neckar Mayor Jan Trost on his first visit to Washington.

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  • By Chris Stuckenschneider, Missourian Staff Writer
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Washington City officials, host families and their German guests, and members of the public gathered Monday at the red caboose on Front Street for the unveiling and dedication of a bench signifying the 25th anniversary of the Sister City Partnership between Washington and Marbach am Neckar.

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  • By Joe Barker And Adam Rollins, Missourian Staff Writers
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Marthasville Police Chief Eugene Jenkins was finishing out his shift Sunday afternoon when he was handed a letter not only ending his employment, but eliminating the entire Marthasville Police Department.

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  • By Monte Miller, Missourian Staff Writer
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As the dust settles on the 2017 legislative regular session, State Rep. Justin Alferman, R-Hermann, feels positive about what was accomplished.

  • By Pauline Masson, Missourian Staff Writer
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Pacific officials have accepted an offer from the Franklin County Cemetery Society to repair the gravestones vandalized in the City Cemetery March 29.

  • By Karen Butterfield, Missourian Staff Writer
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The Union, New Haven and Gerald/Rosebud fire departments, as well as the Washington Fire District, all assisted the Beaufort/Leslie Fire Department at a two-alarm structure fire in the 100 block of Holy Family Church Road, New Haven, Wednesday morning.

  • Brynn Mechem, Missourian Intern
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A new ice cream shop that sells homemade wares while maintaining a vintage theme opened in Union May 1.