• By Joe Barker, Missourian Staff Writer
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A Gray Summit car dealer is appealing a decision that stripped him of his ability to sell vehicles at one of his locations.

Becky Zanin, a kindergarten teacher at Clearview Elementary School in the Washington School District, has received the Emerson Electric Excellence in Teaching Award.

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  • By Pauline Masson, Pacific Missourian Editor
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Humor was the tone of the day as St. Louis Archbishop Robert Carlson came to help St. Bridget of Kildare celebrate the 175th anniversary of the parish this past Sunday.

  • By Karen Butterfield, Missourian Staff Writer
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Area residents might know the Marthasville Thierbach family by the taste of their farm-grown peaches, their pick-your-own apple and berry orchards and market in Marthasville, or from the Washington Farmers’ Market where they sell their farm produce.

  • By Karen Butterfield, Missourian Staff Writer
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Franklin County residents Tom Kent, Pacific, and Justin Hall, Union, will put their more than 25 years of combined food service experience to work with the opening of Tilted Skillet, a casual American dining restaurant.

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  • By Karen Butterfield, Missourian Staff Writer
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With fewer than 80 days left in office, Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon said this week that economic development will continue to be a top priority in his final months as a public servant.

The University of Missouri Extension Franklin County Business Development Program and East Central College Business and Industry Program will offer a seminar for manufacturers Tuesday, Oct. 25, from 8 to 10:30 a.m. at ECC’s new business and industry center, located at 42 Prairie Dell Plaza, Union.

Mercy Clinic Women’s Health-Washington has been certified by the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists through the Safety Certification in Outpatient Excellence (SCOPE) for Women’s Health program.

  • By Karen Butterfield, Missourian Staff Writer
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The East Central College Board of Trustees Monday night authorized executing documents related to the college’s $1 million USDA loan, which will offset costs associated with renovations to the business and industry center.

  • By Karen Butterfield, Missourian Staff Writer
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Labadie-based business Sport Court St. Louis recently had the opportunity to help the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) and Great Rivers Greenway with a new community park in Wellston.

  • By Karen Butterfield, Missourian Staff Writer
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Nestled between Old Dutch Restaurant and Office Supply and Equipment, at 223 Elm St. in Downtown Washington, is a new vintage “shabby chic” shop.

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