The Missouri SkillUp Program got its start at East Central College in October 2018. Now the college is working to get everyone involved.
Hodges Badge is the second Washington business this month to flip the switch on a solar power system to not only save operating costs, but to make an investment in and for the future.
After 30 years of serving as the MU Extension field specialist in 4-H youth development, Dave Hileman is passing the torch to recent University of Missouri-Columbia graduate Tanner Adkins.
If you’ve been to Lake of the Ozarks or traveled on Highways 44 or 70 in the past 50 years you’ve seen the billboards and probably stopped at one of the Ozarkland destinations.
Seven years ago Megan Meyer and Katie Dickman developed a friendship through their teaching careers. Two years ago they decided to start a gift box company together. Two weeks ago The Giving Sprout was made into a reality.
At first it was a homestead and then it operated as different restaurants. Now under new ownership, it’s Elijah McLean’s Estate River Vineyard and Event Center.
Matthew Rahrig, MD, recently joined Mercy Clinic Four Rivers, and will see patients at Mercy Pain Management in Washington, a service of Mercy Hospital Washington.
Schnuck Markets Inc. has announced the Schnucks Rewards app is making shopping easier than ever with the addition of two new features — shopping lists and a wellness guide.
The Washington School District’s Pathways for Teachers team visited the Affton School District earlier this month to learn more about its programs and focus areas.
Casey Zastrow, an American Family Insurance agency owner in Washington, has been recognized for providing an outstanding customer experience under the American Star Excellence in Customer Experience Certification Program.
Purchasing agent and former chief deputy county clerk Kathy Hardeman is retiring after nearly 40 years of service to Franklin County, but she is not severing ties completely.
Leaders of the Marthasville Fire Protection District said a proposed bond issue will give broader rescue capability to its volunteer firefighters and replace a station that is becoming outdated.
Ginger Vaughn opened Serendipity Beyond Design in 2006. She started the business out of her home, but that only lasted a year.
Hope Ranch of Missouri will kick off its “Restored With Hope” building campaign with a ribbon-cutting ceremony this Saturday, March 23, on its future building site in Stanton.
Rob Vossbrink, an American Family Insurance agency owner in Washington, has been recognized for providing an outstanding customer experience under the American Star Excellence in Customer Experience Certification Program.
Despite the overall number of building permits applied for being the same in January and February, the number of single-family dwelling permits dropped last month and is nearly 20 less than in 2018.
Billy Busch and family of the William K. Busch Brewing Company will donate $5,000 to the Missouri Conservation Heritage Foundation (MCHF) in order to support conservation and youth education statewide.
Tom Holdmeier, an American Family Insurance agency owner in Washington, has been recognized for providing an outstanding customer experience under the American Star Excellence in Customer Experience Certification Program.
Schicker Chrysler Dodge, Jeep, Ram, Washington, has achieved the highest level of customer experience recognition in the program’s five core areas: Customer Treatment, Employee Engagement, Processes, Training Certification and Facility.
The East Central College Scholar Bowl team was one of only 24 teams to be invited to the National Academic Quiz Tournaments (NAQT) Community College Championship Tournament in Orlando, Fla., in March.
The Hermann Wurst Haus won nine prestigious awards for its artisan, handcrafted smoked sausages and smoked meats at the Missouri Association of Meat Processors 80th annual convention held March 2 in Columbia.
The Washington Building Department issued 74 permits in February with a total estimated construction cost of $7,517,680.
The nation’s largest health insurer is expanding a program that passes rebates from drugmakers directly to the people that use their medications, the Associated Press reported.
National aluminum fabrication firm Gateway Extrusions, headquartered in Union, recently completed a major redesign of its corporate website www.gwextrusions.com, describing its broad capabilities and services, and showcasing its equipment.
Toolco, Inc., Union, received a 2018 Gold Boeing Performance Excellence Award. The Boeing Company issues the award annually to recognize suppliers that have achieved superior performance.
In 1970, Linda and Ron Roetemeyer found out they were expecting their second child. Filled with joy and excitement, they couldn’t wait to meet their bundle of joy.
Röbller Vineyard in New Haven will unveil its Franklin County commemorative bicentennial wine — the 1818 Franklin County Reserve — at the Franklin County Bicentennial opening ceremony, to be held at East Central College this Saturday, March 9, at 2 p.m.
Schnucks Delivers customers wanting to enjoy a bottle of wine with their dinner or a beer while watching the game can now have it delivered directly to their door in as little as an hour.
McCloud Services, a leading pest management company headquartered in South Elgin, Ill., announced that Josh Rose, area manager of St. Louis and Kansas City, has been named the 2018 Copesan Operations Champion of the Year for his commitment to customer service and business growth.
On the 20th anniversary of New Haven Shamrocks’ 1997 historic basketball state championship, the team, coaching staff, managers, family and friends gathered in Columbia March 11, 2017, to remember the event during half time of the Class 1A championship game.
The Archdiocese of St. Louis said it fully supports Pope Francis in his call for action following the Vatican Summit for the Protection of Minors.