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Potosi 34, Pacific 13
Work has begun on Apache Drive in Osage Hills subdivision and work will soon start to replace the worst slabs on Candlewick Lane, according to…
Pacific residents are facing new rules for cutting the grass on the public right of way in front of their homes.
Members of a Pacific Girl Scout troop want to plant flowers in Blackburn Park to earn their bronze award.
Liberty Field was a sea of pop-up tents and youngsters clad in brightly colored T-shirts and knee socks Aug. 23-24 when the Pacific Soccer Ass…
Mayor Jeff Palmore called for the resignation of Alderman Mike Pigg following a report in The Missourian of a telephone conversation between t…
Six weeks after the former city administrator left the job as part of the transition to a new mayor, no appointment for a replacement has been made.
A Pacific alderman who offered an employee a raise should resign from the board, according to resident BJ Lawrence.
Mayor Jeff Palmore wants the city to revamp its ordinance establishing qualifications for serving on the city tourism commission.
Pacific 28, De Soto 20
Beginning in January 2015, local businesses will have an opportunity to learn more about products and services that are produced by fellow Cha…
The Pacific Area Chamber of Commerce is focusing its spotlight on Continental Products at 6 Midwest Drive.
As kids are heading back to school, one young local athlete is heading to the batting cages.
Officials are looking at best strategies for repairing deteriorating streets in the city, following complaints by citizens and reminders from …
Bathed in a misty drizzle for most of the afternoon, scores of people from across the country joined hundreds of area residents Aug. 17 for th…
The Route 66 Association of Missouri will host its 25th annual Motor Tour Sept. 5, 6 and 7.
A Pacific man has been charged with multiple counts of stealing and property damage after several cars were broken into at an apartment comple…
A High Ridge-based artist and fabric designer for the craft, gift and home markets is opening an artist’s cottage studio in Pacific.
Two Franklin County men were charged with burglary following two church break-ins in Pacific last year.
The Eureka EMA, Eureka Fire District and Eureka Police Department will present a CERT training program that teaches basic community emergency …