St. Clair firefighters responded to a vehicle fire at Mobil Gas Station Sunday, Dec. 24. At 11:20 a.m., crews were dispatched to the Mobil Gas Station off Main Street in regard to a vehicle fire. The engine of the vehicle caught fire, according to Fire Capt. Dan Cooley. Although the vehicle …
A total of $15,000 has been donated over the course of five years to local charities and organizations thanks to the Professional Firefighters of St. Clair Local 2665 Community Outreach Fund.
Union students are set for another summer of cash incentives after school board approval on bringing the Summer Journey program back for a second summer.
Litigants agreed to a mediated settlement in the lawsuit involving ownership of cemetery records but Pacific Mayor Jeff Palmore said the issue is far from settled.
East Central College is bracing for another year of state budget reductions after reports that Gov. Eric Greitens hopes to cut $300 million from the state coffers.
The Missouri Senate Thursday confirmed the appointment of a St. Albans resident to the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission.
Helping students achieve success in class work, prepare for college and develop strong social skills are the goals of school counselors, according to the program evaluation presented to school board members Jan. 17.
Drug arrests, overdoses and stealing reports increased in 2017 in St. Clair. Domestic assaults and motor vehicle accident reports were down.
Washington officials are revising a letter of nonsupport for a countywide sales tax proposition due to disagreements in revenue disbursements and other factors.
The first official step toward Proposition P becoming a reality in Franklin County was taken Tuesday by the county commission.
A pair of brothers who entered the used auto sales business seven years ago when the housing slump ate into their dump truck hauling service have restored a flood-damaged structure in downtown Pacific.
A free dinning experience for senior residents called Choice Access will be Tuesday, Feb. 6, starting at 10:30 a.m. at Frick’s Market in Union.
A highlight for the tourism office in 2017 was the total solar eclipse viewing party at the city fairgrounds in August, according to Washington Tourism Director Mary Beth Rettke.
Money earned by civic groups, schools and churches which worked the gates, parking lots and concession stands at the 2017 Washington Town and Country Fair totaled $146,870 — a new record.
There is much at stake for small municipal police forces in Franklin County who are handcuffed by tight budgets and the officers being lured to large departments.
After more than 31 years, the highest ranking female in the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department is hanging up her cuffs.
With the approval of a commission order officially placing Proposition P on the April ballot, the Franklin County Commission breathed a short sigh of relief before the next phase of referendum passage begins.
February marks the annual observance of Black History in the U.S. The Missourian wants to take this opportunity to spotlight some of the institutions and individuals who are part of Pacific’s history.
A water pipe break, a stipend, capital projects and more were discussed during the St. Clair R-XIII School Board meeting Thursday, Jan. 11.
In a change from tradition, the Washington Town & Country Fair has made its first entertainment announcement for 2018 — a Red Dirt triple feature on Friday night.
A planned complex to house a technology and sewage facility construction firm that could bring 300 new jobs to Pacific will be discussed at a public hearing Tuesday, Jan. 23.
Among the freshmen class at St. Clair High School, there has been a significant decrease in the number of failing grades compared to this time last year due to the school’s Intensive Care Unit for academics program.