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As I was eating my breakfast Monday morning I heard the news that Sears was filing for bankruptcy.


A Franklin County woman accused of stealing the prescription pills from her former employer that caused her husband to overdose was handed probation Tuesday.

Four Pacific students participated in the 2018 American Legion Boys State of Missouri, held June 16-23.

Some builders will experience an easier permit and approval process if proposed code amendments are approved this week.

A historic home in Washington has been renovated into a B&B and hostel to host travelers on the Katy Trail and other guests.

A St. Clair High School student has been disciplined after district officials were notified of a “prank that went very badly,” according to Superintendent Kyle Kruse.

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Work on the traffic signal at Highway 100 concluded Friday afternoon marking the opening of Bluff Road to traffic.

The Gasconade County Historical Society will release a new book titled, “Over the Top Over Here and Over There,” Sunday, Nov. 11, the exact 100th anniversary of the end of World War I.


 The Franklin County Commission Tuesday voted to keep the county tax levy at the same rate as last year, but it will still collect more than $235,000 than last year.

When he was a child, Kirk Short was not like other 8-year-olds, he said, as he remembered busing tables at Lewis Cafe alongside his brother Chris.