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  • United Way Committee Will Allocate $900,000 This Year

    Thanks to a record-breaking campaign, the Franklin County Area United Way will be able to allocate $900,000 in the new year.

    • icon posted: December 28
  • County Workers May Get Varying Pay Increases

    Franklin County employees will receive varying levels of pay raises next year, according to the proposed budget.

    • icon posted: December 28
  • Airport Tops Museum Fire As Top St. Clair Story

    For more than nine months, the February blaze that destroyed the St. Clair Historical Museum building and almost all of its contents was a sur…

    • icon posted: December 27
  • Making Christmas Merry

    Several Santa Clauses gathered at St. John United Church of Christ on Christmas Eve Wednesday morning to collect presents and other goodies th…

    • icon posted: December 27
  • Airport Bill One of 296 Obama Signs

    It’s never happened before, and it may never happen again.

    • icon posted: December 27
  • County Meth Labs at 16-Year Low

    Franklin County is on track in 2014 to record the fewest number of methamphetamine lab incidents in the last 16 years.

    • icon posted: December 27
  • Good News for Missouri A+ Scholarship Program

    Students who participate in Missouri’s A+ Scholarship Program will receive tuition reimbursement for all but one credit hour for the spring 20…

    • icon posted: December 27
  • The Christmas Message

    The angel Gabriel, left, played by Keegan Buckthorpe, tells shepherds Luke Collins, Cohen Burton and Garrett Brown about the birth of the Savi…

    • icon posted: December 25
  • Proposed Business Gets Packaged Liquor License 

    Rural St. Clair residents Billy and Cindy Brown are one step closer to getting their proposed new convenience store up and running after the c…

    • icon posted: December 24
  • Agape House Continues to Be a Gift

    During this holiday season, the Agape House in St. Clair is celebrating its 30th year of assisting local individuals and families, and statist…

    • icon posted: December 24
  • Six Funds Add Up to Create St. Clair's Budget

    Editor’s note: Second of a two-part series centering on the 2015 St. Clair budget.

    • icon posted: December 24
  • It's Almost Time

    Prancer was one of two of Santa Claus’ reindeer that greeted adults and children outside the business during the Farmers & Merchants Bank …

    • icon posted: December 24
  • A Santa Special

    Halley Widel, left, and Marissa Martin, members of the St. Clair High School Concert Chorale, happily give Santa Claus a kiss on the cheek aft…

    • icon posted: December 24
  • A 'Rein-Dog' Christmas

    Ally, a 4-year-old Shar-Pei, gives a picture-perfect pose as she is all decked out for Christmas. The dog, owned by Billy and Cindy Brown, rec…

    • icon posted: December 21
  • Dierker Not in Violation Of Ethics Law

    The Missouri Ethics Commission has found that St. Clair Assistant City Administrator Travis Dierker has not violated conflict of interest laws…

    • icon posted: December 20
  • St. Clair Chamber to Honor Citizens

    Because of an earlier banquet date, the deadline for the St. Clair Area Chamber of Commerce to receive nominations for its various awards has …

    • icon posted: December 20
  • Eyes on the Balls

    Student Paul Wells concentrates as he performs a juggling act during last weekend’s “Cirque Du Talent” show in the St. Clair High School audit…

    • icon posted: December 20
  • Train Gang

    It’s been train week at St. Clair Elementary School as students received the opportunity to watch scale-operated engines and cars travel aroun…

    • icon posted: December 20
  • Parents File Civil Lawsuit In Son’s Death

    The family of a St. Clair teen who was killed when he was struck by a speeding car on Highway 30 has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against th…

    • icon posted: December 20
  • Statewide Texting and Driving Ban Needed, Griesheimer Says

    A statewide texting-while-driving ban is needed, Presiding County Commissioner John Griesheimer said this week.

    • icon posted: December 20