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A new building products wholesaler, Assured Building Products LLC., has opened 77 Hi Line Drive between Washington and Union.
Monday will mark the 60th anniversary of KLPW-AM 1220’s first broadcast on the air.
The Franklin County Planning and Zoning Commission is expected to decide on a rezoning request at Tuesday’s meeting.
Mad Buffalo Distillery, Union, has officially changed its name to Coulter & Payne Farm Distillery.
A retirement celebration for William “Bill” Dawson took place Saturday, Aug. 10, at the Elks Lodge in Washington.
A consultant reviewing Washington’s zoning and subdivision codes will be directed to review the possible impact of solar panels being installed on buildings.
Vic Pauwels, the former owner of Pauwels Transformers, one of Washington’s largest industries, died Aug. 1, 2014, at his home in Belgium.
The Franklin County Health Department is making good pace in terms of getting restaurants inspected this year, an official said.
Donna Klott, vice president of Citizens Bank, recently graduated from the Graduate School of Banking at Colorado (GSBC), a 25-month banking school which provides senior management and leadership education for community-banking professionals.
The Washington School Board last Wednesday authorized Superintendent Dr. Lori VanLeer to finalize negotiations with Laclede Gas which wants to build a natural gas distribution facility on district property.