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State Rep. Paul Curtman, R-Union, has prefiled a bill for next year’s legislative session to allow voters to decide whether red light cameras and other automated traffic control systems should be banned.
After serving as Franklin County’s chief law enforcement official since 1988, Sheriff Gary Toelke says its time to hang up his gunbelt.
Republicans ran away with the election Tuesday night among Franklin County voters.
Voter turnout in Tuesday’s general election in Franklin County was 38 percent.
Same-sex couples will not be issued marriage licenses in Franklin County, despite a judge’s ruling that the state’s ban on gay marriage is unconstitutional
Voters approved a ballot measure to combine three sewer districts in eastern Franklin County into one district to more cost effectively meet new state pollution control regulations, according to an official.
Committees for candidates seeking Franklin County office have filed their final campaign finance reports with the Missouri Ethics Commission going into Tuesday’s general election.
Four state constitutional amendments will be decided by Missouri voters in the Tuesday general election.
Two newcomers will face off for the Franklin County recorder of deeds position in the Nov. 4 general election — Jennifer Metcalf and Judy Carroll.
Two candidates are seeking the House District 109 seat in the state Legislature in next Tuesday’s Nov. 4 election.
A former educator and a state capital executive assistant both are vying for the 61st District House seat in the Nov. 4 general election.
The race for the 26th District Missouri Senate seat features two candidates who weren’t expecting to challenge each other for the seat earlier this year.
Committees representing Franklin County candidates seeking office in the Nov. 4 general election recently filed campaign finance reports with the Missouri Ethics Commission.
A total ballot count of 20,806 have been tallied from Franklin County's 52 precincts in the August 5th Primary.
For the second time in four years, Ameren Missouri’s Labadie Energy Center has been recognized as an industry leader by Navigant, one of the nation’s leading consulting firms.
The Dance Zone & More, Union, is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, and with trophies and awards lining every wall, owner Susan Buscher said she has a lot to be proud of.
Missouri’s Department of Economic Development has been named the No. 1 economic development agency in the country by the nation’s premier international brokerage and consulting firms, Gov. Jay Nixon announced.
Employees at Ameren Missouri’s Labadie Energy Center have raised $14,000 to purchase toys for kids at Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center.
Four friends have teamed up to create a new beer that will soon be sold at John G’s Bier Deck and Tap Room in Downtown Washington.
A Catawissa convenience store was named the Pacific Area Chamber of Commerce’s business of the year.
The law firm of Zick, Voss, Politte & Richardson, P.C., of Washington, recently hired Sean D. Brinker as a new associate attorney.
Cedar Creek’s newest banquet facility, “The Barn,” has officially opened its doors to meet the growing demand for destination weddings, corporate presentations and other social gatherings in New Haven.
East Central College recently awarded certificates of completion to participants in its first Introduction to MIG Welding program.
For the first time in company history, solar energy is part of the energy mix being delivered to Ameren Missouri’s 1.2 million electric customers.