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Traffic around the Union city lake is expected to be impacted for about two weeks for work on the new Memorial Parkway bridge. [Read More]
A ribbon cutting to celebrate the opening of the first nine holes of the disc golf course at Burger Park in Washington has been rescheduled. [Read More]
St. Clair Paramedic and Public Relations Coordinator Amanda Sullentrup will speak to students about the dangers of drugs during Thursday's teen drug summit in Washington. [Read More]
The city of Union and Franklin County formally entered into an agreement Monday night to jointly make improvements to Highway 47. [Read More]
St. Clair residents now have the opportunity to pay their utility bills online. [Read More]
The fourth annual Quilters Vendor Fair is set for Saturday, Oct. 19, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Holy Trinity Christian Life Center. [Read More]
The union representing employees of the Franklin County highway department has filed a lawsuit against the county commission. [Read More]
The crisp temperatures this weekend were a reminder of how much I enjoy the fall. [Read More]
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The Lady Bulldogs volleyball team split with two teams in the top half of the Four Rivers Conference standings. [Read More]
Hitting the road again this week, the St. Francis Borgia Regional volleyball Lady Knights picked up a pair of wins in St. Charles County. [Read More]
The Pacific softball Lady Indians are carrying a four-game winning streak into the weekend. [Read More]
Host Hermann won the boys title while Owensville claimed the girls title Tuesday at the Hermann Cross Country Invitational held at Loutre Shores Country Club. [Read More]
With the Class 2 District 8 Tournament looming, the New Haven softball Lady Shamrocks are trying to gain some momentum. [Read More]
The Indians came through in the clutch with another overtime conference win. [Read More]
Scoring in the top of the eighth Wednesday, the St. Francis Borgia Regional softball Lady Knights won at Lindbergh, 4-3. [Read More]
The Lady Jays topped a conference opponent, but ended the week with a nonconference home loss. [Read More]
In a game of county seat schools, the Union softball Lady 'Cats shut out the Warrenton Lady Warriors Tuesday, 5-0. [Read More]
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