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If New Year’s resolutions of town leaders are any indication, 2019 will be a year of striving for better health and happiness.


A historical book was recently published about a popular lookout along Route 66 located in Pacific.

The mayors of Pacific and Eureka are enlisting the public to help create a master plan for a future trail connection between the two cities.

Masonic Fraternal Lodge 363, Highway O, Robertsville, continues its commitment to area students. The lodge recently presented $800 in coats, shoes and clothing to the Robertsville and Nike elementary schools.

Tim Baker, who had helped the Tri-County Senior Center expand its primary mission of providing weekday meals for senior citizens to becoming a Red Cross disaster shelter and a full-blown community center, is stepping down.

Fred Kuhn, 940 Country Lane, Pacific, has added his name to the ballot for the Meramec Valley R-III School Board in the April 2019 election.

As city officials wait to see if voters approve a pair of sales tax increases in April to benefit parks, stormwater improvements and streets, they are taking measures to dissolve the three commercial improvement districts (CIDs) that collect the same amount of sales tax.

Christmas shoppers turned out this past Sunday at the Pacific Eagles Hall for the organization’s annual community dinner and trinket sale.

The Pacific Partnership, which operates four outdoor community events each year, including a car show, Sunset on the Rails, the Iron Horse Rodeo and Christmas on the Plaza with a corps of volunteers, recognized four people who help make the events successful.