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The Washington Police Department is reminding citizens to be vigilant when it comes to phone scams after a wave hit Washington this week.

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Washington Police are chalking up this year’s Washington Town & Country Fair as a success, as far as policing goes.

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Cathy Mikeworth wants to provide an outlet for people to take their dogs to if they were going to be gone all day. That’s why she created Happy Dog Doggie Daycare.

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Five exhibitors took home top honors from the Washington Town & Country Fair Dairy Show Friday, Aug. 3, with two junior exhibitors showing the dairy grand and reserve champion.

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With “fantastic” weather and entertainment, the Washington Town & Country Fair had a successful five-day run, said Chairman Brian Gildehaus.

Washington firefighters responded this fire in the 1700 block of Pottery Road about 3:30 p.m. Sunday. It is suspected that the fire began in the rear of the home, or on the deck. Washington crews were assisted on the scene by the Union Fire Protection District. Check back to emissourian.com …

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It seems unlikely that the Agnes Nolting Aquatics Complex main pool will open again before the end of the pool season.

Sydney Meyer was crowned Washington Town & Country Fair Queen Wednesday night. She is the daughter of Brad and Bobbie Meyer, Union.

The Washington Public Library will provide free library cards for educators who work in Franklin, Warren and Gasconade counties, but do not live in those counties. 

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When Downtown Washington Inc. learned about a proposed demolition city officials had ordered for the Anton Jasper House, it teamed up with Washington’s Historic Preservation Committee to see what could be done.