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It was a happy night for the host school.
The East Central College board of trustees this week accepted a bid for the installation of an acoustic curtain in the college’s music department.
Union police officers may soon have to prove they are physically fit enough to do their jobs.
Union School District officials lauded the district’s building administrators for increasing school attendance this school year.
Union firefighters can now train for many fire scenarios just out of their back door.
Mayor Mike Livengood said the city will look at requiring large subdivisions to have more than one access road.
Making new friends, building confidence and celebrating differences are all goals of the new Girls on the Run program at Clark-Vitt Elementary.
Local Girl Scouts now have a storefront where they can sell cookies in Union.
Franklin County deputies are asking for the public's help in locating two people who broke into a home southeast of Union Friday morning.
The weather has been a “huge factor” in finishing projects in the Union School District, Superintendent Steve Bryant told the school board Wed…
City officials are seeking input from residents of State Street in regards to eliminating parking on one side of the street.
The word “wit” is associated with astuteness and intelligence.
To many students a snow day is a vacation day, but to some it means there is less food on the table.
There was at least one person injured in this crash on Highway 50 at Highway 47 south in Union Tuesday. The crash occurred at 4:30 p.m. Check …
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MIZZOU ARENA, COLUMBIA — Area fans will be talking about the 2014 MSHSAA Wrestling Championships for quite some time.
Some Union aldermen disagree about the roundabout intersection planned at Prairie Dell Road and the entrance of East Central College.
A total of four wrestlers from the area will compete for state championships Saturday at Mizzou Arena in Columbia.
A teen using gasoline to light a wood-burning stove ignited a fire that destroyed a Beaufort area home Tuesday, authorities said.
There have been more than 1,250 tons of combined materials applied to the city streets this winter season, but officials say there still is en…