• By Susan Miller, Missourian Staff Writer
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The Franklin County Area United Way will recognize its Top 30 corporate donors, leadership-level givers and volunteers in the 2016 campaign at a victory celebration Tuesday, Dec. 6.

  • By Susan Miller, Missourian Staff Writer
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Students in the CAPS (Center for Advanced Professional Studies) Business Ignite class at Washington High School visited the Washington Chamber of Commerce office Tuesday morning.

  • By Karen Butterfield, Missourian Staff Writer
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Faith Baptist Church in Washington will host the 10th annual Living Christmas Story this year and with the anniversary will be a shake-up in scenery for guests.

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  • By Karen Butterfield, Missourian Staff Writer
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It was the dog days of summer — mid-August, the time in which summer fun is mostly over and families are getting ready to send students back to school.

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  • By Ed Pruneau, Missourian Managing Editor
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Developer Andy Unerstall said he’s seeing a “lot of interest” in his plan to redevelop an area along East Front Street in Downtown Washington.

The largest private mortgage bank and mortgage lender in metro St. Louis, DAS Acquisition Company LLC, has opened a new five-person USA Mortgage office at 1403 E. Fifth St. in Washington.

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This Thanksgiving is even more meaningful for a Lonedell mom who says the help and care provided by a local United Way agency is immeasurable.

The Washington School Board Tuesday night approved the low bid of $15,193.75 from Quality Taping & Painting, Inc., Washington, for interior painting at the Four Rivers Career Center.

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The Missouri Department of Transportation has activated a camera to monitor progress on the new Highway 47 Missouri River bridge.

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  • By Ed Pruneau, Missourian Managing Editor
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Washington’s Planning and Zoning Commission approved a development plan Monday for a controversial commercial tract east of Highway 47. 

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  • By Susan Miller, Missourian Staff Writer
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The Franklin County Area United Way campaign has brought in a record $1,177,902, exceeding the goal by 7 percent.

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