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Wonder Wieners, a specialty hot dog stand, that initially sought permits to locate on a corner of the Null and Crossbones property at 2165 W. Osage, is now looking for a different location.

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At age 94 and now a resident of Pacific Care Center, the city’s No. 1 history buff, Neil Brennan, is still fielding questions about the early days in Pacific.

A 4-year-old girl from St. Albans suffered minor injuries after the vehicle she was in struck a bridge on St. Albans Road at 1 p.m. Saturday.

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A man accused of throwing a woman down a flight of stairs and forcing her into a vehicle was charged this week with felony kidnapping and domestic assault.

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Beaufort Elementary will be getting a boost in security due to a first-of-its-kind agreement between the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department and Union R-XI.

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Franklin County Clerk Debbie Door says the possibility of two gubernatorial appointments being made to the Franklin County Commission in coming weeks has caused her some concern.

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Building Commissioner Shawn Seymour says the city of Pacific faces explosive growth in the near future and should get ready for it.

The annual picnic at St. Francis of Assisi Parish in Luebbering, will be Sunday, July 22, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

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A recommendation from East Central College’s new shared governance council proposes closing the college down completely during spring break.

Two Hillsboro residents and one Lonedell child were injured in a car crash in Jefferson County Saturday, July 7.