American Welding Academy (AWA) in Union hosted its first High School Welding Competition May 15-16.
One challenger won, while one incumbent easily held his position on the Union Board of Aldermen in the Tuesday, June 2, election. Also, a use tax on online purchases failed and Union R-XI School Board of Education members held their seats.
A Union woman faces second-degree assault charges after allegedly attacking a man as he entered his apartment complex, according to the Union Police Department.
The Union Board of Aldermen recently reappointed City Administrator Russell Rost to his emergency management director position until Rost retires in October.
The Union High School students will attend East Central College’s new Early College Academy (ECA) this fall that will allow them to obtain an associate degree their last two years of high school.
Due to mandates and social distancing requirements related to the coronavirus, East Central College announced in late March that the graduation ceremony scheduled for May 18 would be postponed.
East Central College Phi Theta Kappa-Chi Delta Chapter Honor Society members exceeded their fundraising goals to help those in need within the community.
Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft admits he saw the long line outside the Union License Office, where some were not wearing masks or social distancing while waiting to get a driver’s license or registration, when he drove into town Friday, May 15.
When schools and day cares around the world began shutting their doors due to COVID-19, the sewing machines that once tailored brightly colored play climbers, soft jumbo blocks and bean bags at the Children’s Factory in Union quickly began sharing production time sewing personal protective e…
For 17 Union High School students, the next school year will be much more than a start to their junior year — it will also be the beginning of a journey to an associate degree at East Central College.
Even though the Union Medical Marijuana Dispensary had its license application denied, the owners are still giving back to the community.
High school seniors have been waiting to learn what their graduation will look like and when it will be during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Along with closing the city swimming pool, the Union Board of Aldermen voted Monday, May 4, to cancel events including Founders Day and sports league play through the end of June.
Union City Administrator Russell Rost is recommending that city hall stay closed for at least a while, despite the expiration of a statewide stay-at-home order.