Representatives from the City of Fredericktown and Madison County governments attended the Madison County Chamber of Commerce lunch, held earlier this month, to provide an update on local happenings.
In honor of April's Autism Awareness Month, the non-profit Hope 4 Autism is holding its annual Autos 4 Autism Car Show from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Farmington First Baptist Church Parking Lot, located at 210 North A Street.
U.S. Highway 67 in St. Francois, Madison, Wayne, and Butler counties will be reduced to one lane as contractor crews perform pavement striping.
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) and the National Deer Association (NDA) invite landowners and others interested in managing deer on their properties to join a free, live webinar via Zoom on wildlife cooperatives on Tuesday at 6 p.m. MDC and NDA staff will explain wildlife coope…
Nina Gilliam, Caledonia business owner, will share “Serving a Community — The Village of Caledonia, The Customers, and the Employees” as the special feature at the upcoming Women’s Connection taking place from 9:15-11 a.m., Tuesday, April 11 in the Farmington Presbyterian Church fellowship h…
Gentiva Personal Care, formerly Kindred at Home, will be holding an open house at 751 Maple Valley Dr. in Farmington on Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event is free to the public.
Joyce Pierson, 71, a local artist who lived in several states and countries before finally settling down in Farmington, has an exhibition of her fiber art currently on display at the city’s public library and continuing through April 28.
Three dogs at the Farmington Pound are seeking their owners or new homes where they can be loved and cared for.
The Desloge Chamber of Commerce held its annual chamber awards dinner Thursday evening at the Lincoln Street Event Center in Desloge. Emceed by Mineral Area College President Dr. Joe Gilgour many people came out in support of those winning awards.
The Farmington R-7 School District has announced the hiring of Josh Hoehn as its new director of operations. He was approved at the March 21st board of education meeting and will begin his new position July 1.
A two-vehicle accident claimed the life of an area woman and injured a teen driver in Washington County on Thursday.
An area businessman was arrested on Friday after being federally charged this week with a sexual offense.
Leadington Police Chief Jerry Hicks is asking anyone with information about Jarrod Paul Parker to get in touch with him at the Leadington Police Department’s number, 573-431-5637.
Two area motorists were injured in separate accidents on Wednesday according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol (MSHP).
Ed Reggi has been entertaining audiences for more than 20 years, and now he’s coming to the Parkland.
The March 21 meeting of the St. Francois County Commission covered a full agenda that included a number of requests made by the Road and Bridge Department.
Authorities in Washington County were alerted to a reported robbery at a Potosi business Tuesday night. Officials said an investigation is still underway and asked that anyone with information about the reported theft contact police.
On March 25 and March 26 a portion of Highway 32 in Bismarck will be closed for the weekend as a building will be removed at the intersection of Cedar Street and Highway N.
Eleven-year-old Meredith Marler and her sisters love the song “Soldier, Poet, King” and often sing it together. She is a fifth grader at West County Elementary.
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The Leadington Board of Aldermen approved updates and amendments to the Woodlawn Cemetery Rules and Regulations and approved the city-wide clean up dates and stipulations during the monthly meeting.
Missouri's new state treasurer, Vivek Malek, began his visit to St. Francois County on Monday with a stop at the county courthouse annex, followed by lunch at 12 West, a downtown Farmington restaurant.
An alcoholic coffee drink company out of San Diego filed a lawsuit this month against Crown Valley Winery, alleging that large amounts of its product became contaminated by bacteria.
The discussion of reappointing the municipal court judge was a hot topic during the monthly Desloge Board of Aldermen meeting Monday night. During the meeting, the board also discussed bids received for three projects as well as an update on water infrastructure regarding State Street and De…
Farmington High School welcomed a new addition to the school's wellness efforts on Friday as staff met "Frida," an emotional support dog. Frida will join the school full-time next school year after finishing up her training.
The Milice de Sainte Genevieve is providing a free learning experience to members of the public who may be interested in reenactment to participate in the Spring Muster on March 25 starting at 9 a.m. The muster takes place at the Center for French Colonial Life, located at 198 Market Street …
An area man faces charges of sexual trafficking of a child and molestation in Washington County after officials say he allegedly participated in forcing sexual contact on a child. Authorities are still seeking information about two unidentified teen females alleged to have been directed to a…
The five inmates who escaped the St. Francois County Detention Center earlier this year face more charges this month related to the theft of a vehicle reported during the escape. Police allege the car contained items worth nearly $2,000, which the inmates reportedly used to aid in their escape.
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