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14 years after a man was found dead in rural Lincoln County, authorities have arrested 2 suspects
LINCOLN COUNTY • Byron Owens was found dead next to his pickup truck an a remote Lincoln County farm with five gunshot wounds in April 2004. For more than 14 years, the case went unsolved.
Nebraska tourism guide mistakenly features Missouri picture
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) – Nebraska’s newest state travel guide mistakenly features a picture of a Christmas celebration at Union Station in Kansas City, Missouri. A production error allowed the picture of the Kansas City station to be used instead of Union Station in Omaha.
Effective Children’s Program Uses Construction Toys to Build Relationships and Bible Knowledge
WARRENTON, Mo. — The international ministry Child Evangelism Fellowship (CEF) is using models built of LEGO bricks as a tool to build community relationships with families while teaching children the Word of God. The CEF workers partner with local church volunteers by providing the popular building
City Will Enforce No Parking on Highway 47 — Signs Will Be Posted
The Washington Police Department will begin ticketing and eventually towing cars parked on Highway 47 near Washington High School. Although there is already an ordinance on the books prohibiting parking on the busy highway, it has not been enforced in the past, which created a liability for the poli
Man Charged With Killing Grandfather — Called 911, Waited For Deputies
The Washington area man accused of killing his grandfather at his breakfast table Wednesday morning was known to law enforcement. Jeremiah Bair, 25, is charged with shooting Harold Humphrey, 86, following a disagreement in Humphrey’s home, according to a probable cause statement filed in the prosecu
Director Criticizes Process — In Sentencing of Driver in Fatal Crash
The death of Missouri Department of Transportation employee Lyndon Ebker, New Haven, more than two years ago is still fresh in the minds of his co-workers, friends and transportation leaders in the state of Missouri.
5 New Houses For Sale In The Wentzville Area
WENTZVILLE, MO — When you're in the market for a new home, hunting down every new listing in the area can be a laborious endeavor. That's why we've gone ahead and done the initial work for you.
Mexico Road to close Tuesday in Wentzville for power line maintenance
ST. CHARLES COUNTY (KMOV.com) -- St. Charles County announced in a tweet that a Wentzville, Mo. road will be closed Tuesday. Ameren will close Mexico Road in Wentzville on Tuesday from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
City Council Gives Nod to New Food Truck Ordinance — Includes Fire Safety Requirements
A revised ordinance for motorized food trucks — including requirements recommended by fire officials — was approved Monday by the Washington City Council. The council tabled a similar ordinance last month because is lacked fire safety regulations.
Missouri Supreme Court considering whether lower court bungled man’s DWI plea deal
The Missouri Supreme Court in Jefferson City is considering the case of a man who claims he was misled into a lengthy prison sentence for a DWI conviction. The high bench will determine whether a lower court should have struck down its original conviction against him because of a faulty plea arrange
Of Interest to Rivertown Washington . . . ?
It was with more than passing interest we read that the historic 1920s-era Delta Queen will be cruising again. Legislation was signed this past week by President Donald Trump authorizing the riverboat to cruise again along the Mississippi and several other rivers,
Sandbothe Family To Be Honored
Washington’s Sandbothe family is among the honorees for the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame 2019 induction ceremony slated for Springfield. All seven children of Louis and Wanda “Nellie” Sandbothe attended college on athletic scholarships. Scott, Steve, Robin, Mark, Mike, Lori and Lisa Sandbothe all pl
Editorial: A new, albeit premature, push at Washington U. for a $15 minimum wage
The Washington University Graduate Workers Union has a bone to pick regarding wages. The union has held rallies and protests this semester arguing that the university adopt a $15-per-hour wage scale with free child care to all hourly employees.
Big House remodeling underway for Clay, Wagner and their colleagues
WASHINGTON • When Democrats take control in January, the tables will drastically turn in the U.S. House of Representatives. New opportunities and challenges for two St. Louis-area representatives — one a Democrat, one a Republican — illustrate just how deep those changes will be.
5 New St. Charles Area Homes For Sale
ST. CHARLES, MO — On the hunt for a new house, and want to get a better understanding of what's available near you? Perhaps you could use some help finding the perfect place for you and your loved ones? Fear not! To save you some time, we've compiled an up-to-date batch of five new listings nearby.
Wentzville police looking for suspect in car break-ins
Wentzville police are seeking the public’s held to identify a possible suspect stealing from several motor vehicles in the Stonemoor subdivision. On December 6 between 4:30 a.m. and 5:30 a.m., several cars in the Stonemoor subdivision were broken into, and a suspect was caught on surveillance video.
Washington Man Charged With Rape — Also Accused in 2014 Sexual Assault
A Washington man with a history of sexual assault arrests is now accused of raping a woman who was intoxicated. A felony complaint issued by the prosecutor’s office charges Mario Garcia-Sainz, 23, with one count of first-degree rape. He is being held in the Franklin County Jail on a $100,000 bond.
Plaintiffs Reach Settlement With Former Coach, School
A settlement was reached in a sexual abuse and negligence civil suit filed against Crosspoint Christian School and a former school board president and coach. The plaintiffs in the civil suit allege Larry J. Zeitzmann, 57, Washington, on multiple occasions kissed a 13-year-old girl and touched her bu
Baskin-Robbins worker fights off armed serial robber
SEATTLE, Washington (Meredith) -- A brave ice cream shop employee fought off an armed robber who police believe is responsible for several recent thefts. Seattle police are searching to identify and arrest the serial robber, who police said has been targeting Baskin-Robbins and Subway restaurants.
New display! Pinewoods Estates now offering family style luxury
Now is the perfect time to start planning your family’s move to Pinewood Estates, a luxurious new home community developing in the Wentzville School District, off Interstate Drive at Cottage Grove – about ½ mile east of Hepperman Road. This dynamic location is central to local shopping, dining, recr