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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.
Franklin County Assessor Tom Copeland this week accused County Collector of Revenue Linda Emmons of violating state law, saying she adjusted or abated the taxes of certain taxpayers.
State Rep. Paul Curtman, R-Pacific, said citizen input motivated him to vote against a bill that will allow state voters to decide if they want to impose a three-quarter-cent transportation sales tax on themselves.
The Washington City Council once again tabled a decision on whether a coffee shop at the Soguk Hookah Lounge is in violation of the business’s permit.
The new manager for MFA Cooperative Association No. 2, which has locations in Washington, New Haven and Marthasville, is Paul Brune of New Haven.
A cattle auction venue near Sullivan can now host weddings and other special events.
Sporlan Division of Parker Hannifin Corporation, recognized as a leading manufacturer of HVAC/R components, has announced the grand opening of its new state-of-the-art refrigeration system training center in Washington.
Anytime Fitness franchisee Barry Miller confirmed that he has signed a lease for a 5,500-square-foot space in Phoenix Place in Washington.
U.S. Bank in Washington will host an open house reception in honor of Angie Schwoeppe, sales and service coordinator, who is celebrating her retirement.
The Washington Super 8 Motel, located at 2081 Eckelkamp Court, was purchased this month by Ayan Patel.
Owners of The Homestead at Hickory View retirement center have been given the green light to proceed with plans to renovate and expand the facility in Washington.
Citizens Bank recently announced four new members to its board of directors — David Engelbrecht, John Kleekamp, Greg Hoberock and Kurt Voss.