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 NFIB Small Business Optimism Index continued its historic 23-month positive trend with a reading of 107.9 in September — the third highest in the survey’s 45-year history.
An agreement between the city of Washington and its IT provider will supply Wi-Fi access to Downtown Washington and several city parks.
Stone Hill Winery, Hermann, will partner with the Saint Louis Zoo to bring awareness to the endangered hellbender.
A Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED) program designed to offset training costs for the state’s manufacturing industry is benefitting local business.
As of 2012, there are 1,841 farms in Franklin County which send $64,055,000 of agricultural products to market each year.
As communities impacted by Hurricane Florence continue to recover from the disaster, Ameren Corporation is providing assistance through a $25,000 donation to the American Red Cross for relief efforts.
Schnuck Markets Inc. and the American Red Cross of Missouri and Arkansas announced that Schnucks customers and the company donated a total of $160,000 to the American Red Cross’ Hurricane Florence Disaster Relief Fund.
Dr. Hailey DeVries, DVM, practitioner at Homestead Veterinary Hospital, Villa Ridge, attended the Missouri Veterinary Medical Association’s (MVMA) Fall Equine Dentistry Lecture and Wet Lab in Union.
Mercy Corporate Partners, a giving society comprised of local business leaders and corporate donors, has donated resources to the Mercy Health Foundation for the third year in a row.
The Washington Area Chamber of Commerce Monday recognized its sixth class of Outstanding Young Professionals (OYP) at its annual member luncheon.
Williams Brothers Meat Market is voluntarily recalling cured/smoked ready to eat whole ham, ham steaks, and sandwich ham products packaged between May 25 and June 1 due to the potential contamination of E. coli.
Representatives for the Elijah McLean restaurant were denied approval Monday for a proposed backlit sign by the Washington Historic Preservation Committee.
The Washington School District’s CAPS global business classes visited the Washington Historical Society Sept. 11 and Downtown Washington Inc. Sept. 13.
A profile on Downtown Washington will soon be featured on Main Street America’s website as an example of a great Main Street success story.
Schnuck Markets Inc. and the American Red Cross of Missouri and Arkansas announced that now through Sept. 22, Schnucks customers will be able to ‘Round Up at the Register’ to support those affected by Hurricane Florence.
East Central College President Dr. Jon Bauer said this week that changes to a neighboring college’s service area shouldn’t have a big effect on ECC’s enrollment.
Grey Eagle Distributors, the largest Anheuser-Busch wholesaler in Missouri and one of the largest in the Midwest, has acquired Soaring Eagle Distributing, which services St. Francois, Ste. Genevieve, Washington, Madison and Iron counties in southeastern Missouri.
A joint effort between the city of Washington and Washington Area Chamber of Commerce sparked interest for a group to present the city as a place crawling with employment opportunities for young professionals.
The Washington Area Chamber of Commerce will hold its Member Luncheon Monday, Sept. 24, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Washington Knights of Columbus, upper level.
Demko Orthodontics, which has had an office in Washington at 904 S. Jefferson St. since November 1976, is celebrating a 100-year family legacy in 2018.
Hermann Wurst Haus owners Mike and Lynette Sloan were awarded several awards for their handcrafted smoked meats and sausages at the 2018 Missouri State Fair in Sedalia.
When proponents of a statewide ballot issue select Washington and The Missourian as a site for the kickoff of their campaign, it is noteworthy. It happened Wednesday when key leaders for Amendment 1 visited The Missourian to kick off their statewide campaign.
The University of Missouri - Columbia has bounced back from the disruption over racial issues a couple of years ago, and the new leadership appears to have the university back on track on a successful ride to higher heights.
Cedar Creek Hotel and Event Center is progressing on the renovation of 31 rooms in Cedar Lodge, one of several lodging options offered at the 200-acre enclave located near New Haven.
It may not be exactly a David-Goliath battle, but proponents of Amendment 1, which will be on the November ballot, are the little people up against wealthy lobbyists and many legislators in pushing for major reforms in state government.
The Washington Area Chamber of Commerce and Washington Missourian are seeking nominations for its Outstanding Young Professionals (OYP) Class of the 2018.