The Washington School Board will set its 2019-20 property tax rate during its meeting Wednesday night.

U.S. Air Force Airman Jacob J. Johnson, Washington, recently graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.

The Washington City Council Monday approved a preliminary plat request that will allow for a home to be put up for sale.

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Washington School District officials reported a smooth start to the 2019-20 school year.

Dan Brinkmann, automotive technology instructor at the Washington School District’s Four Rivers Career Center, is one of 17 semifinalists for the 2020 Missouri Teacher of the Year.

Washington city staff want to start a conversation of how sludge will be processed in the coming years  — including the proposal for new equipment.

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Washington School District officials are reminding families of changes that have been made to the academic calendar for the new school year.

The last day to cool off at the Agnes Nolting Aquatics Complex in Washington will be this Sunday, Aug. 11.

The Washington Historical Society will host its monthly Evening at the Museum Tuesday, Aug. 13, featuring “Missouri’s Muderous Matrons,” a story of two of Missouri’s female serial killers, Bertha Gifford and Emma Heppermann.

The 2019 Washington Town & Country Fair Queen candidates were recognized Wednesday evening, Aug. 7, during the coronation ceremony for their contributions to the $373,341 worth of advanced Fair passes that were sold.

The Washington City Council Monday, Aug. 5, approved an ordinance that requires contractors to temporarily patch trenches following work along city streets.

There were 94 permits issued by the Washington Building Department in July, including a permit for the construction of an assisted living facility estimated to cost $4,000,000. 

Washington police responded to a home in the 200 block of High Street Monday, Aug. 5, at 1:36 a.m. for a suspected drug overdose. 

A Washington man was injured in a one-vehicle crash Tuesday, Aug. 6, when the garbage truck he was driving overturned.

Families at the Washington Town & Country Fair are invited to a celebration of reading as The Missourian wraps up its summer reading program with a “Splashdown Party” this Thursday at 5:30 p.m. in the Family Fun Center.