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  • By Gregg Jones, Missourian Staff Writer
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A bump in pay for city of Washington employees is among the expenditures staff are recommending for excess funds from the last fiscal year budget.

  • By Pauline Masson, Pacific Missourian Editor
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Aldermen plan to discuss a 20-year Wastewater Master Plan report designed to meet the needs of the city sewer system at their Feb. 21 board meeting.

  • By Pauline Masson, Pacific Missourian Editor
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Meramec Valley R-III school libraries are emerging as media centers, combining printed books with technology that allows students to surf the Internet, read books on their laptops, compete in an array of reading games and make movies using the Pacific High School software Movie Maker.

  • By Susan Miller, Missourian Managing Editor
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The Washington Historical Society Museum will reopen Wednesday, March 1, following its annual winter hiatus in January and February.

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  • By Joe Barker, Missourian Staff Writer
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Bouts of unseasonably warm weather and a cooperative Missouri River have allowed significant progress to be made on the new Highway 47 bridge over the Missouri River.

  • By Karen Butterfield, Union Missourian Editor
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There were no public comments on the proposed rezoning of a parcel of land from R-3 multiple-family dwelling district to B-2 highway business district at the Union Board of Aldermen meeting last week.

  • By Sarah K. Hall St. Clair Missourian Editor
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St. Clair R-XIII Superintendent Kyle Kruse has been approved for a three-year contract with the district, but he asked the board not to increase his salary for at least one year.

  • By Sarah K. Hall St. Clair Missourian Editor
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A general contractor working for Attending Angels appeared before the St. Clair Board of Aldermen Monday night asking the city to reimburse the business for additional costs incurred for a water line because he claims the city gave him an incorrect location of the utility.

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  • By Gregg Jones, Missourian Staff Writer
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Crime was up last year, but not at an alarming rate as compared to the previous year, Franklin County Sheriff Steve Pelton noted in the annual report on crimes and other activities by the sheriff’s office.

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