Researchers and genealogists now have easier access to probate records from 1818 to 1900 through the donation of microfilm reels to both Scenic Regional Library and the Washington Historical Society this week.
Roughly a year into the implementation of a new reporting tool providing students a way to discreetly report bullying online, Union R-XI’s Director of HR and Learning Dr. Justin Tarte said there have been only a handful of reports.
The city of Union is in the very early stages of partnering with the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) for improvements on Highway 47.
Bids for construction of sidewalks on the east side of Clark Avenue and the north side of State Street from Clark Avenue to Westmoreland Avenue are approximately $90,000 over budget.
A Union company contracted with a subsidiary of pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson is listed as the reason Missouri was an appropriate venue for a lawsuit resulting in a $110.5 million personal injury award.
Tax bills are out and Union Area Ambulance District Administrator Ken Koch said residents might notice the amount paid for ambulance services is lower this year.
Assistant Superintendent Mike Mabe said the research phase of Union R-XI’s transportation audit has come to a close and the auditing firm has began analyzing its findings.
A Union family is working to raise awareness and show support for their son, Carter Kopf, 8, a student at Central Elementary, and others suffering from Type 1 Diabetes (T1D).
In the spirit of working together and understanding one another’s jobs, Franklin County dispatchers are being encouraged to take part in ride-alongs with fire and emergency medical service personnel.
For three Central Elementary staff members, “everything has been extra special” in the past several weeks and months.
With Clark-Vitt Elementary on the chopping block, and the construction of another in the first draft of Union School District’s facility plan, administrators are beginning to envision what the district may look like in the not too distant future.
The Union FFA Chapter recently went to Indianapolis, Ind. A total of 32 Union students and three advisers experienced the 90th annual National FFA Convention.
The architectural firm slated with designing the Union School District’s facility improvements will present its findings following an evaluation of district buildings at this month’s meeting of the school board.
Union resident Karen Berra recently ran the Marine Corps Marathon in honor of Army Veteran Cpl. Russell Makowski, who was killed in combat during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
The PTO from Union Middle School will hold its annual Art and Craft Show Saturday, Nov. 11, and Sunday, Nov. 12, to benefit the students and teachers at the school.
Faculty members broke into applause as Superintendent Dr. Steve Weinhold finished his presentation on the future of Union R-XI School District’s facilities situation.
The sixth Project United held Saturday, Nov. 4, was small in numbers, but mighty in impact, said United Bank of Union Marketing Director Dan Rettke.
Nine area fire departments assisted the Union Fire Protection District to battle a two-alarm fire at 2108 Jeffriesburg Road Monday.
Four Union organizations were honored for their excellence in the community during the Union Area Chamber of Commerce’s Evening of Excellence awards banquet Thursday, Nov. 2.