The Washington Town & Country Fair has announced its second Main Stage act — country music singer and songwriter David Lee Murphy.
It may be February, but planning is already underway for the Washington Town & Country Fair Parade, scheduled for Sunday, Aug. 4.
Market steers and dairy cows to be entered in the 2019 Washington Town & Country Fair will be tagged Saturday, Feb. 16, from 7 to 10 a.m.
Washington city and economic leaders are pleased with the outcome of a visit last week by their counterparts from Independence as part of that city’s Leadership Exchange program.
Representatives of the Missouri River Relief visited the Washington Park Board meeting last Wednesday, Feb. 6, to discuss waiving a rental fee for its river cleanup festival.
About 40 representatives from Independence visited Washington Thursday and Friday as part of the Leadership Exchange program.
January of 2019 saw 3,142 hours of care for children at Grace’s Place Crisis Nursery in Washington — more than any one month period since the charity opened its doors in 2011.
The Washington Park Board Wednesday night approved fees for the use of the city fields for two sports associations. That recommendation will now go to city council for approval.
Family Reading Night, a free community event organized by The Missourian, will be held Friday, March 1, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Washington Middle School.
Washington Middle School Environmental Club members invite the public to join them for a communitywide invasives removal day Saturday, March 9, from 10 a.m. to noon at Miller-Post Nature Reserve in Washington.
The Citizens for Great Schools Committee will give presentations about the Washington School District’s $26 million zero tax-rate increase bond issue, Prop S, at several upcoming PTC meetings.
The Washington Area Highway Transportation Committee Monday was presented several updates to the city airport including damages to concrete panels, as well as potential closures dates for restriping.
Missouri Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe is now aware that an offer for free land to build a new veterans home has been made by the city of Washington and the county.
There are plans to apply for two federal transportation grants this year ahead of the Feb. 14 deadline — the first time the city has applied for more than one grant during the same cycle.
Washington Area Ambulance District (WAAD) personnel responded 3,706 calls for service in 2018, which is up 287 over the previous year.
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Missouri Department of Transportation released this video of the Dec. 1 ribbon cutting of the Highway 47 bridge over the Missouri River. To see MoDOT's collection of highway 47 bridge coverage, visit this LINK.
Plans for a new apartment complex on the west side of Washington are forging ahead now that the city council approved the annexation of 19.5 acres.
Due to a recent change in state law, the names of the two candidates who filed for the two open seats on the Washington School Board in the April 2 election will be on the ballot.
Following town hall meetings to discuss options to develop a regional Catholic school system in the Washington area, conversations are continuing at the 10 parishes involved.
A Franklin County grand jury has issued an indictment against a Washington man accused of breaking into multiple businesses in Washington and Franklin County.