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A mobile home off of Westwood Road in the rural St. Clair area burned to the ground Wednesday, Jan. 18, despite firefighters efforts to save it. A neighbor, who said he called in the fire, told The Missourian the home was unoccupied when the fire broke out. See the full story in the weekend …

  • By Sarah K. Hall St. Clair Missourian Editor
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The St. Clair Farmers Market is applying for a grant to increase not only the produce at the market, but also its vendor and customer base.

St. Clair and several other fire departments, including Union, Pacific and Boles, battled a blaze in a field Tuesday afternoon on Route 47 north of the St. Clair Regional Airport. The high winds made it difficult to contain the fire, but firefighters were finally able to extinguish it. The c…

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  • By Sarah K. Hall St. Clair Missourian Editor
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While construction is underway for a new O’Reilly Auto Parts store in St. Clair, plans for a neighboring auto parts store expansion are still on hold.

  • By Sarah K. Hall St. Clair Missourian Editor
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The St. Clair Eclipse event steering committee is looking for 12 to 24 people wanting to be trained by the St. Louis Astronomical Society as volunteer solar eclipse ambassadors for the total eclipse on Monday, Aug. 21, 2017.

  • By Sarah K. Hall St. Clair Missourian Editor
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A thin layer of ice on the roads caused this tractor-trailer to flip on its side on the North Service Road near St. Clair. Several other accidents were reported on the same road that day.

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A pickup truck overturned Friday afternoon on the North Service Road near Stanton. Shortly after this accident, a semi-trailer flipped on its side on the same road near the weigh station at St. Clair.

  • By Sarah K. Hall St. Clair Missourian Editor
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Although filings for the St. Clair municipal election open Dec. 13, Mayor Ron Blum said his name won’t be on the ballot.

  • By Sarah K. Hall St. Clair Missourian Editor
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St. Clair Mayor Ron Blum was visibly upset over an article in The Missourian last weekend in which Franklin County Presiding Commissioner John Griesheimer lambasted the city of St. Clair for opting out of an agreement to commit money for the Highway 47 corridor study.

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