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When Amanda Day got involved with the Clark-Vitt Elementary PTO she didn’t realize it was preparing her for a new career.

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Union R-XI officials, in an effort to keep to keep new projects and renovations throughout the school district local, will host a meet and greet between local contractors and the district’s architect and owner’s representatives.

The Union Area Chamber of Commerce is now accepting applications for food vendors at the second annual Union Wingfest.

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The goal for the Union School Board at the beginning of the month was to add one school resource officer (SRO) — it’s the end of the month and two have been added.

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After a public hearing last Wednesday, the Union R-XI School Board voted to lower its property tax levy for 2018-19, but will retain the same amount of revenue.

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The renovated United Bank of Union will be allowed to have a new electronic sign when all the work is done.

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City staff in Union and Washington said earlier this week they have no plans to abandon recycling programs in response to reports of the rising cost of recycling.

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Union aldermen moved forward with plans for the city’s annual street work and agreed on how to spend savings from projects that came in under projections.