The use of an overdose reversal drug is trending up within the region when looking at the numbers of use in the first half of 2019 compared to last 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.
The eighth annual Foodstock will be held this Saturday, Aug. 24, from 4 to 11 p.m. under the Farmers’ Market in historic Downtown Washington.
A historic surveying company is recommending Washington seek specific areas within the International Shoe Factory District for nominations to the National Register of Historic Places.
The third annual OxFest 2019 Music Festival, to benefit the Duane Haddox Scholarship, Whole Kids Outreach and the WINGS Educational Foundation, will be held Saturday, Sept. 14, at the Washington city park concert pavilion.
Washington School District teachers and staff were encouraged Wednesday morning at opening ceremonies to take care of themselves so they can take care of students.
The addition of a concession stand and focus on maintaining a clean bathhouse at the Agnes Nolting Aquatics Complex in Washington seems to have paid off, officials said.
The best indicators of a successful Fair are the smiles on the faces of Fairgoers, said Washington Town & Country Fair Chairman Jason Unnerstall.
The Bob Evans restaurant in Washington is the target of the most recent hepatitis A case over the weekend and mass vaccination clinics are being planned within the next 14 days.
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 School District will hold opening ceremonies for all teachers and staff Wednesday morning, Aug. 14, at 8:30 a.m. in the high school theater.
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.
Downtown Washington Inc.’s Board of Directors announced the upcoming departure of Bridgette Kelch as its executive director by the end of September.
The Washington City Council will again vote on an ordinance that would permit a short-term dwelling in a residential neighborhood where neighbors previously objected to the plan.
Too many dirty diapers, greasy pizza boxes or grass clippings could ruin a truckload of recyclables, sending them to the landfill instead of the recycling center.
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.