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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.

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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.

After continuous attacks by the president and a segment of the public, a poll just out has some good news for the media.

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.

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.

With the two former advisers to President Donald Trump convicted of criminal charges, it doesn’t help the image of POTUS, even though he wasn’t included in any of the charges.

Mark Noelke and Sunshine Hommes from Altemueller Jewelry store in Washington and other top jewelers from around the country recently attended the 2018 Retail Jewelers Organization (RJO) Summer Buying Show in Minneapolis, Minn.

Ameren Missouri natural gas crews are replacing aging pipe with new gas mains and services as part of a $13 million investment to upgrade infrastructure and increase the reliability of the natural gas system in central Missouri.

The Historic Washington Foundation (HWF) in partnership with its sister organization, Downtown Washington Inc., announces an incentive package for the city of Washington owned property at 320 Lafayette St.

East Central College recently announced the college has been awarded an Arts Engagement in American Communities (AEAC) grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.

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Cathy Mikeworth wants to provide an outlet for people to take their dogs to if they were going to be gone all day. That’s why she created Happy Dog Doggie Daycare.

The Washington City Council Monday approved a special use permit for a short-term rental to be operated at a home at 312 Cedar St.

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