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Gov. Jay Nixon has appointed Mary E. Weston, of Hermann, as Gasconade County prosecuting attorney.
Gerald Breihan, who was a candidate for the seat of Franklin County presiding commissioner in the Aug. 5 primary, withdrew from the race last Friday, officials say.
Write-in candidates won offices in all three Berger city races.
Pat Coughlin received the most write-in votes for the five-year term Calvey Creek Sewer Supervisor spot. Of the 24 votes cast, Coughlin picked up 7 (29.17 percent).
Josh Brinker and Carolyn Witt are once again facing each other in the municipal election.
U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt will deliver the address at East Central College’s 44th annual spring commencement Saturday, May 17.
State Rep. Paul Curtman, R-Pacific, mistakenly blasted the wrong congresswoman during a speech at a recent Lincoln Day Republican banquet.
Pacific Police Chief Matt Mansell, 58, is facing a challenge from Dale Goodwin, 58, a Franklin County sheriff’s deputy and former Pacific police officer.
Jeff Palmore, 61, is seeking to unseat incumbent Mayor Herb Adams, 59.
Incumbent Ward 2 Alderman Steve Myers, 50, is facing a challenge from newcomer Don Graham, 44, in the April 8 municipal election.
Government’s only purpose is to help keep people free, said State Rep. Paul Curtman, R-Pacific, who served as the keynote speaker recently at the annual Lincoln Day Dinner in Washington.
Ending weeks of speculation, Missouri House Speaker Tim Jones announced Friday afternoon he would not enter the race for the 26th District State Senate Seat.
State Sen. Brian Nieves, R-Washington, who has championed anti-federal government legislation, is no longer running for re-election.
The Franklin County Commission violated state statute by appointing multiple attorneys, a citizen’s lawsuit states.
Tim Baker of Robertsville on Tuesday submitted a petition to run as an independent candidate for the position of Franklin County presiding commissioner.
Meramec Aggregates won’t be dredging a 35-acre lake near St. Clair.
A vintage Augusta home has been transformed into Kate’s Coffee House, at 5525 Walnut St.
While many people attended a public hearing to oppose a coal ash landfill last week, public comments on the project still can be submitted in written form until May 22 at 5 p.m.
The average house selling price in Franklin County for the first quarter of 2014 was less than what it has been for five of the six prior years.
Citing concerns with a lack of information, and sometimes conflicting information, the Franklin County Planning and Zoning Commission rejected Meramec Aggregates’ conditional use permit.
Pinckney Bend Distillery in New Haven was awarded a Double Gold Medal at the prestigious San Francisco World Spirits Competition for its Rested American Whiskey.
Dr. H. John Visser recently was inducted April 3 into the J.J. Turner Society of Hiram College in Hiram, Ohio.
The Downtown Washington Fine Art Fair and Winefest has been named a Midwest Travel Treasurer by AAA Midwest Traveler magazine.
Murphy Company has promoted Matt Gildehaus of Marthasville to the position of senior engineer.