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.
A Friendsgiving meal to benefit No Kid Hungry will be held Saturday, Nov. 18, from noon to 2 p.m. at the Union American Legion, 205 N. Washington.
Longtime Union resident Herman “Little Mojo” Grimes was among the 2017 inductees to the St. Louis Classic Rock Hall of Fame.
While most Union students enjoyed a day off Monday, Union High School’s Student Council members were hard at work hosting more than 650 visiting students from around the state.
Union High School alumnus and Emmy Award-winning television correspondent, producer, videographer, and communications specialist Alex Fees will be the keynote speaker at the Union Area Chamber of Commerce’s Evening of Excellence banquet Thursday night at the city auditorium.
The sixth biannual Project United community service day is set for Saturday, Nov. 4, with registration from 7 to 8 a.m. at the Jaycee Pavilion at the Union Fairgrounds.
With a 46 percent increase in the number of meals delivered through the Union Senior Center’s Meals on Wheels program in the last year alone, the center is now seeking volunteers to help deliver the meals to homebound seniors in Union and surrounding communities.
With one week left until the sixth biannual Project United community service day, organizers are still seeking volunteers to help clear invasive honeysuckle from Veterans Memorial Park and the Clark-Vitt/Autumn Hill Park.
An ordinance repealing a previously approved minor subdivision, Waterbrook Meadows, was approved by aldermen recently to allow for an amendment to the plat.
With major changes to Union R-XI’s facilities becoming more of a reality with each passing week, the school district is looking to review its transportation program.
A 43-year-old Lonedell man was arrested after allegedly driving while intoxicated and crashing into another vehicle at Hardee’s in Union Friday, Oct. 20.
A team of Union R-XI school district visited Topeka, Kans. this week to meet with newly hired HTK Architects, who are slated to help design a new school for the district.
The Union board of aldermen last week agreed to work cooperatively with the Missouri Department of Conservation on a Tree Resource Improvement and Maintenance (TRIM) grant.