A Hermann woman was killed and two Pacific children seriously injured Saturday, Oct. 20, when a bus used as a trolley in Hermann crashed into an SUV on Highway 100 in Gasconade County.
When the city sought suppliers to replace the granite plaques in the Liberty Field outside walking museum, Alderman Carol Johnson turned to Sexton Alan Bruns, who operates a granite monument company in the city.
FEMA is coming up with a new 100-year base flood elevation, which is 9 inches lower than the current 100-year flood value and 15 inches lower than the 2015 base flood elevation, said Chad Mason, HR Green engineer.
A warrant was issued for the arrest of a St. Clair area man who missed the start of a jury trial on 2015 drug charges of growing marijuana.
The well-oiled Franklin County clerk’s election machine is in a bit of a holding pattern right now, awaiting guidance from the Missouri Secretary of State’s office.
Insurance costs are reaching a point that the city of Pacific may no longer be able to afford the level of coverage now provided to employees and their families, said City Administrator Steve Roth.
A public presentation depicting Pacific’s history in World War I will be presented Thursday, Nov. 15, at the Tri-County Senior Center.
In an emotional outburst, Alderman Herb Adams said the city’s different treatment of two neighbors cited with identical code violations was unfair and unacceptable.
The city plans to replace the black granite plaques depicting U.S. military history in Liberty Park, but one alderman wants the new plaques carved from American granite.
Mayor Steve Myers said he plans to launch a campaign in November to ask voters to raise taxes and the Pacific Area Chamber of Commerce will help promote it.
Roping cowgirls, saddle bronc riders, rodeo clowns and a children’s calf roundup kicked off the final evening of the Iron Horse Rodeo at Liberty Field this past Saturday, Sept. 29.
The dispute between homeowners of a subdivision and the developer of a vehicle storage lot on North Thornton Road escalated Thursday, Sept. 27, with a standoff between no trespassing signs and bulldozers.
A change to the city’s planned unit development (PUD) zoning district is currently under consideration by the city staff and the planning and zoning commission.
Construction of the first new subdivision in Pacific in recent years was put on hold for 30 days while the developer secures a letter of credit to guarantee completion of public works.
Aldermen say a hasty decision to raise the cost of Iron Horse Rodeo tickets without approval of the board may leave admission fees the same as last year.
Realtor Jim Smith said he’s receiving negative comments from clients and prospective clients about a dispute between a developer, also named Jim Smith, and residents of a North Paciﬁc subdivision.
Pacific officials are eyeing some projects that could protect certain properties from future floods, ahead of a flood mitigation planning study that is underway.
Homeowners in Eagles View subdivision say they want answers on why the city failed to enforce its own grading ordinances and allowed the clearing of land they own on Thornton Road.
Mayor Steve Myers had a special meeting over ice cream last weekend with Taylor Duncan, a Waynesville 5-year-old who wants to have ice cream with every mayor in Missouri.
Spc. Jeffrey Lee White’s mother and father, Paula and Jeff, received a standing ovation from a crowd of more than 100 as they took to a podium adjacent to the Pacific Post Office, now known as the Specialist Jeffrey L. White Jr. Post Office Building.
A ceremony dedicating and renaming the Pacific Post Office in honor of Spc. Jeffrey White, Catawissa, who died in the line of duty in 2012 will be held Friday, Aug. 24, at 1 p.m.