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The Union School Board took the first step in its superintendent replacement search Monday night.
Beaufort Elementary will be conducting an intruder drill at 1 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 29.
Beaufort Elementary kindergartner teacher Vickie Brack was presented with the Union Jaycees Outstanding Educator Award.
Union firefighter and EMT Joe Straatmann was the recipient of the 2014 Shield Award given during the Distinguished Service Award banquet.
Union High School junior Caleb Meyer is the recipient of the first Outstanding Student Award given by the Union Jaycees.
Hagie’s Nineteen was presented the Union Jaycees’ Outstanding Business award Saturday.
The 2014 Outstanding Young Person award is Jessica Oltmann.
Union native and longtime volunteer Alvera Heeger was recognized Saturday for many years of service in the community.
Officials are considering eliminating a large baseball at the Veterans Memorial Park to make room for four smaller fields.
Union School District Superintendent Steve Bryant will leave the district at the end of the school year.
There are five candidates vying for two Union R-XI School Board seats in the April election.
UNION — With 9.7 seconds left and trailing 36-35, the Borgia Lady Knights needed one more miracle.
The application is in for federal funds for a city bridge replacement, which includes the realignment of North Christina Avenue.
A Gasconade County man was killed Thursday in a crash that involved three vehicles, including a tractor-trailer, the Missouri Highway Patrol reported.
Aldermen are considering ways that organizations can best contribute to the Veterans Memorial Park.
When Union High School Wildcat Instructional Technology (WIT) students recognized the need for a supercomputer of sorts, technology instructor…
The increase of illegal drug use has led to more car thefts and shoplifting in Union.
City leaders began the process to decide the details of Veterans Memorial Park slated for construction later this year.
Union Area Chamber of Commerce representatives are challenging the awarding of the license office to a for-profit business.
The Union School District technology coordinator requested an increased budget and one to two full-time employees to support an influx of new …