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Sullivan Man Is Ejected From Vehicle in Crash
Jason A. Landing, 47, was driving a 2006 Chrysler Town and Country northbound on Highway K when the vehicle crossed the centerline, traveled off the left side of the road, struck a ditch, overturned and ejected the driver at 10 p.m., according to a Missouri State Highway Patrol preliminary report.
Broadway Workshop in Sullivan August 9
For this performance, she has earned a Award for favorite diva performance and a 2018 Drama League Award nomination. Although she plays the infamous queen bee, Louderman is nicer in real life.
City Pledges Support For New Connection – To Missouri River Bridge
On July 11, a “scoping and design” for flooding improvements from Washington to Dutzow was included in the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) 2019-2023 approved by the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission. Inclusion on the STIP only indicates the project will be evaluated
County Man Dies in Stabbing
According to the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department, David L. Haight was fatally stabbed about 8:30 p.m. outdoors near a lake in the 300 block of Skyline Drive, New Haven. The 47-year-old man who stabbed Haight called 911.
Festus Woman Killed In Accident On Interstate 55
A 21-year-old Festus woman died in a single-vehicle accident on southbound Interstate 55 in Ste. Genevieve County on July 18, according to a report from the Missouri State Highway Patrol.It was one of two accidents on I-55 that day and one of three in the county.Bethany C. Day, 21, of Festus was a p
Two-Day Library Fishing Lessons Start July 31
The Union branch of the Scenic Regional Library will be hosting a two-part fishing program on Tuesday, July 31, and Wednesday, Aug. 1.
ICYMI: De Soto turns to McCreary to rebuild Police Department
The De Soto Police Department is “a disaster,” said Jeff McCreary, who was hired Monday to lead a police force plagued with employee turnover and other problems.As the city’s eighth police chief in the last 15 years, McCreary is as confident as he is blunt about the department, which has suffered, b
Seven Confirmed Cases of Clyclosporiasis in Franklin County
Due to the outbreak, 3,000 McDonald's restaurants including those in Franklin County have pulled salads from their menus
Downtown Washington Inc., Local Musicians to Collect Food, Money
The sixth annual Foodstock will be held Saturday, Aug. 25, from 3 to 11 p.m at the Farmers’ Market in Downtown Washington.
Everybody Pays Admission to Fair
The writer of a letter to the editor ofThe Missourian,which was published Wednesday, suggested that workers on the new Highway 47 bridge over the Missouri River be given passes to the Washington Town & Country Fair, scheduled for Aug. 1-5.
Woman Strikes Ditch In Car Crash
A Sullivan woman was injured in a car crash Tuesday, July 3, after failing asleep at the wheel.
Police Say Man Choked, Kicked, Punched Woman
Justin Ian Baxter, 19, Washington, was charged in Franklin County Associate Circuit Court with one count of felony second-degree domestic assault stemming from a July 6 arrest.
Home Run in Ninth Lifts Wentzville North Over Washington Seniors
Wentzville Post 323 North eliminated Washington (33-6) in the Ninth District Tournament Saturday at Elsberry, 4-3, in a game which lasted nine innings.
Post 218 Freshmen Top Union in Area Showdown at State Tournament
Washington (22-5) previously lost twice to Post 297 (23-6) in the regular season and in the district tournament, before routing Union, 9-1, in the losers’ bracket of the Missouri Legion Baseball State Tournament Friday night.
Union Man Charged With Taking Car From Repair Lot
Devin A. Gauer, 22, Union, was charged recently in Franklin County Associate Circuit Court with one count of tampering with a motor vehicle, a Class D felony.
St. Clair Man Charged With Theft of Vehicle
Glenn D. Yarbrough, 32, St. Clair, was charged in Franklin County Associate Circuit Court with tampering with a motor vehicle.
Suggests Fair Pass for Bridge Workers
It has been fascinating watching from the beginning the building of our new bridge. To see exactly the layers of planning and organization, the use of land and river to move equipment and materials, and to see up close what is really involved in building this structure is amazing.
Kittens rescued by Wentzville firefighters now available for adoption | 70 West Sentinel
“Quite the group effort went into saving this litter of kittens from the sewer in a subdivision in Wentzville. For full disclosure please hit up the Facebook page of the Wentzville Fire Protection District! The sewer district was also there to help, neighbors all called when they heard the babies
Three Injured In Highway EE Crash Monday
The crash occurred Monday, July 16, at around 8 p.m. on Highway EE south of Coyote Ridge Road.
A new boutique that will have you driving to a cabin in the woods
Labaddie, MO — Ruth Guerri Ebinger left a hectic modeling career and retreated in the woods. A wooded ridge top in Labadie, to be exact, where she lives with her husband in a log cabin that looks like something you'd see in a magazine."It;s a wooded sanctuary. They are buildings that we love. They'r