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Soccer Knights Blank Christian - The Missourian
With postseason implications on the line, the Borgia Knights picked up a key soccer victory, beating O’Fallon Christian, 1-0, Thursday. “This was a big game for us because O’Fallon Christian is a district opponent and the No. 1 seed was up for grabs ...
Mini Door-to-Door Drive for United Way Wednesday - The Missourian
A second mini door-to-door drive for the United Way will take place Wednesday, Oct. 22, in eight residential areas. St. Francis Borgia Regional High School students will begin canvassing after school at about 3:30 p.m. The teens will be wearing bright pink ...
Lady Indians Top St. Clair in FRC Action - The Missourian
The final home date of the season ended with a celebration for the Pacific Lady Indians. Playing on Senior Night, the host Lady Indians knocked off visiting St. Clair, 25-20, 25-20, in volleyball action Tuesday night. “It was a really good win for us ...
Pacific Claims Outright FRC Soccer Title - The Missourian
With a share of the Four Rivers Conference title on the line, the Union Wildcats were hoping the third time was the charm. However, Pacific sealed the outright league title, 3-1, by rallying from a 1-0 halftime deficit. For the second time in just over a ...
Lady Jays Earn GAC Central Championship - The Missourian
It was the season-long goal. And, with wins Tuesday against Ft. Zumwalt East and Thursday at Ft. Zumwalt North, the Washington volleyball Lady Jays earned the GAC Central title. “We’ve done co-champions before,” Washington Head Coach Kym Blankenship ...
Adams Named Market President for U.S. Bank In Franklin County - The Missourian
Dustin Adams has been named market president for U.S. Bank in Franklin County. “Dustin brings a solid and diverse background to the market including his tenure with the company’s brokerage and investment group, and as a credit analyst,” said Matthew ...
Lawyer Turned Bank Robber Gets 24 Years - The Missourian
A former Wentzville lawyer and businessman who robbed the Dutzow bank and shot a Missouri trooper has been sentenced to nearly 25 years in federal prison. Warren Gladders, 65, was sentenced Thursday, Oct. 16, in U.S. District Court in St. Louis to 24 years ...
Mountain Lion Sighting - The Missourian
Police said they sighted a mountain lion in western Franklin County, but that isn’t enough for a confirmed sighting, according to conservation officials. Gerald Police Chief Steve Goodwin said he and another officer saw the mountain lion Tuesday at 5:40 ...
Suspect Arrested in Two-County Burglaries - The Missourian
One man has been charged in a two-county burglary ring as authorities seek to question other suspects. “It’s a joint investigation between Franklin and Gasconade counties,” said Detective Jim Briggs with the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office.
Health Department Gets Flu Vaccine Shipment - The Missourian
The Franklin County Health Department has received its flu vaccine from the state. Health Department Director Angie Hittson said there are now several hundred doses available. The health department should be able to order more if necessary. There had been ...
Mental Health Focus of Trip To Columbine - The Missourian
Visiting Colorado’s Columbine High School, where 12 students and one teacher were murdered in 1999, allowed local law enforcement officers and school officials to gain ideas to improve school safety here. “We learned more than I could have ever ...
‘I Play the Notes . . . But It’s God Who Makes the Music’ - The Missourian
First Baptist Church in Gray Summit was founded 154 years ago, and for nearly one-third of that history there has been one woman at the piano playing for Sunday services, weddings, funerals and more. Barb Baser, Villa Ridge, said she didn’t hesitate to ...
Poor Judgment on Median Project - The Missourian
I have always been a big proponent of Washington never passing up a chance to sing its praises. We are very proud to have called Washington home for over 42 years; however, I was more than a little disappointed that the city elected to tear out a new and ...
Runners Survive Slop at Owensville Invitational - The Missourian
Tractor pulls may be fun to participate in when it’s muddy, but a cross country meet is another story. The Owensville Invitational was held Tuesday, despite less than favorable weather conditions. Pacific cross country head coach Justin Perriguey said ...
Don’t Penalize Wounded Veterans - The Missourian
Our government is not taking proper care of our wounded veterans. How did this happen? The way I see it, the debate about war has created such a wedge in our perspectives — support for armed services versus a belief that the wars have been a waste of ...