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After seeing mostly increases in monthly year-over-year sales tax numbers for nearly the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic, the city of Union saw its largest decrease since 2019 in February.

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Employees at Union-based Volpi Foods’ will start slicing and packaging specialty cured meats in the company’s new $12.6 million addition on April 19.

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A Franklin County judge will decide later this summer if there is enough evidence for the case to proceed against the Union man who was arrested in May as part of an ongoing narcotics investigation.

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Union Ward 3 Alderman Dennis Soetebier was elected to a third term on the board against political newcomer Christian Dunn.

An 18-year-old man was seriously injured in a crash early Saturday, April 10, on Independence Drive in Union, according to Union Police.

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The city of Union is considering cuts to its fiscal year 2021-22 general fund budget to meet a projected deficit for its park fund.

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In a teleconference with state transportation officials, Franklin County commissioners were urged that much needs to be done before two major highways can be converted from two to four lanes.

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With some taking winter weather as a chance to go ice fishing in city parks, the Union Parks and Recreation Department is having to put up signs warning against such activity in the future.

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Months after giving some staff incentives to retire, the Union R-XI School District is adding five new positions.

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Despite paying to equip the board of aldermen’s meeting room with video capabilities, Union city officials are unsure if they want to record the meetings for the public.

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The Union R-XI School District Board of Education spent part of its March 17 meeting ripping proposed bills before the Missouri General Assembly.

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With demand for courtroom space high, Circuit Court Judge Craig Hellmann asked Franklin County commissioners Thursday about making changes to the Ed Stierberger Courtroom in the old courthouse to allow it to return to active service for circuit court.

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After earlier declining to pay for employee leave, Franklin County officials rejected a different request from the city of Union for coronavirus-related funding.

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After years without one, the Union Parks and Recreation Department is considering bringing back its summer day camp.

A man was arrested early Friday, March 5, after an alleged domestic disturbance and a search in woods off Martin Lane in Union, according to Union Police.

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Union native Devin Arand has returned to his hometown for work as a loan officer at Sullivan Bank’s Union branch, according to a Feb. 23 press release.