School officials in Franklin County say they will be watching closely as the St. Clair School District implements a program to allow a limited number of faculty and staff to be trained to serve as armed protection officers.

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Despite objections from a number of people at Monday’s board of aldermen meeting, Union aldermen voted to create a community improvement district (CID) to help fund a flood berm at Dickey Bub Farm & Home.


With the exception of commissioned police officers, all Union city employees will be eligible for a raise under the proposed budget for 2019-20.

Longtime educator George McKee of Union will be the commencement speaker at St. Francis Borgia Regional High School’s graduation ceremony Thursday, May 16.

Thanks to a donation, the city of Union is planning on celebrating the 40th Founders Day with a fireworks display.

The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) and the city of Union are hoping two bridges are better than one.

If I ever decide to run for president, Joe Biden is showing me what not to do.

Charges have been filed against a Gerald man for allegedly slamming the head of a 15-year-old boy into the hood of a car.

The Union Parks and Recreation Department is planning new events activities for 2019, and bringing back a past program.


Matthew Blomberg got a word he could spell correctly. 

I think I can speak from experience when I say this year’s version of The Bee was brutal.

The Union R-XI School Board saw a preview of the 2019-20 budget and a glimpse at where the district could be five years down the road.

One of my favorite things about this job is that I’m constantly learning new things. 

Once again the Union Parks and Recreation Department is partnering with Lifeforce Fitness to offer water aerobics during the summer season at the city’s Splash-N-Swimplex.

Starting next school year, Union students will have the option to take part in the Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (NJROTC) program.

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month and Lutheran Family and Children’s Services (LFCS), which operates an office in Union, is raising awareness to promote safety, stability, and well-being for all children across Missouri.