A felony forgery case involving former county highway supervisor Jeff Thurmond will now be reviewed by Presiding Judge Gael Wood.
A judge was assigned Tuesday in the case against a Gerald man who allegedly harassed the Hermann Police Chief and his daughters.
The village of Oak Grove Village will receive more county transportation money in 2017 than any of the other 10 entities on the county-wide committee.
Mayor Jeff Palmore questioned the delay in dealing with motorist visibility at the intersection of South First and Orleans streets saying it’s time for the city to take action.
The Washington School District will not only be in session Monday, Aug. 21, the day of the Total Solar Eclipse, but learning activities that center around the event are being developed at each building.
A story first reported by The Missourian two weeks ago, has now circled the globe and shed light on a little known virus and one of its first victims.
The Missouri Department of Transportation has announced several work zones and lane closures in Franklin County for this weekend and the first part of next week.
The number of building permits issued by the city’s building department was up slightly from last year at the same time, with a total of 135 permits this June, compared to 128 in June 2016.
The Union R-XI administration team is looking to tighten up security measures at some of the district schools this summer through several projects, including a possible electronic sign-in system.
The 22nd annual Washington Town and Country Fair run/walk will take place Saturday, July 29, at 7 a.m. beginning at the North Lakeshore Drive Pavilion on Veterans Drive, behind the Main Stage.
Washington in Bloom officials are feeling confident after a visit from two professional volunteer judges from the America in Bloom (AIB) national awards program.
The board of aldermen, city staff and youth sports associations have agreed to work together to create updated contracts and outline how concession stand proceeds will be handled moving forward.
Franklin County Prosecutor Bob Parks expressed frustration after a woman who authorities say was assaulted, sodomized and held against her will has filed a motion to suppress her testimony.
While it was supposed to be temporary, a homemade device created to cut down odors at the Washington’s wastewater treatment plant will turn three years old this fall.
Bank of Franklin County invites educators, community members, parents and students to nominate outstanding educators in their communities.
For this year’s “Running Across America with Coach Martin” trip, St. Clair High cross-country students went to Vermont and New Hampshire.
Schools were one of Gov. Eric Greitens’ talking points at the Nixa Early Childhood Center in early February, when he announced his proposed, and now approved, fiscal budget for the state.
The Washington City Council Monday rejected the bid to purchase a city property that included razing a condemned structure on the 6,880-square-foot property.
An ordinance allowing for a conditional use permit to operate a convenience store off Highway 100 will be presented next month to the Washington City Council.