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Perryville Stops Lady Bulldogs - The Missourian
St. Clair’s four-game winning streak is no more. The Lady Bulldogs fell to Perryville, 5-0, Tuesday in the second round of the Hillsboro Tournament. “We played them to a 0-0 tie for 37 minutes,” St. Clair Head Coach Tim Isgrig said. “We played hard ...
O'Fallon Christian Shuts Out Lady Knights - The Missourian
Playing its fourth game in six days really showed Thursday, as Borgia fell to O’Fallon Christian, 2-0. The Knights record dropped to 3-7-2 on the season, 1-4 in AAA large division play. O’Fallon Christian improved to 8-1 on the season, 4-1 in ...
Chick Hangout - The Missourian
Aaron Arndt of Clearview Feed, left, dumps a load of baby chicks into a box for a waiting customer on Tuesday afternoon. Watching is Clearview owner Gordon Mehler. Every year, the store takes preorders for various chicks and ducklings, and they arrive on a ...
Pacific Baseball Indians Win Three Games in Three Days - The Missourian
A pair of Ryans combined Tuesday to give the Pacific baseball Indians (6-3, 2-0) a 5-0 Four Rivers Conference shutout against Owensville. Returning home Wednesday, the Indians led Jefferson City 9-0 before the Jays rallied. Pacific prevailed, 9-8.
Lady ’Cats Earn Soccer Wins Against Rolla, North County - The Missourian
Bethany Coons scored with 13 minutes left in the first half and Lexi Garlock made six saves Wednesday to lift the Union soccer Lady ’Cats (10-2-1) to a 1-0 win over Rolla. “Rolla has given us fits over the last several years,” Union Head Coach Matt ...
‘Taking It to the Next Level’ - The Missourian
Stacy (Reed) Rio, a personal trainer at Four Rivers Area Family YMCA in Washington, would like to see more women in the weight room. It’s not about bulking up, she said, but about getting stronger, healthier. “There is such a stigma with women and ...
WINGS Picnic in the Park May 1 - The Missourian
The WINGS Educational Foundation will host its annual Family Picnic in the Park barbecue to raise money for teacher grants for the Washington School District from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday, May 1, at the Washington Fairgrounds. There will be family-friendly ...
Short’s Blast Propels ‘Dogs To First Conference Win Over St. James, 9-6 - The Missourian
Short’s Blast Propels ‘Dogs To First Conference Win Over St. James, 9-6 By Jeremy Housewright Missourian Sports Writer The Missourian Make it two in a row for the St. Clair Bulldogs baseball team. Jeff Thornsberry’s squad won its second game this ...
Police Investigating Armed Robbery Attempt in St. Clair - The Missourian
St. Clair Police are investigating an attempted armed robbery within the city limits on Saturday afternoon. Police Chief Bill Hammack told The Missourian that a man entered The Medicinne Shoppe on Plaza Drive at about 1:13 p.m. and demanded narcotics while ...
Report: Armed Robbery Attempt in St. Clair Investigated - The Missourian
St. Clair Police and the Franklin County Sheriff's Office are investigating a report of an attempted armed robbery in St. Clair on Saturday afternoon. According to the Franklin County Sheriff's Office Facebook page, a man described as about 20 years old ...
Not the Way I Want to Be Represeneted - The Missourian
I have been involved in politics for 33 years. I have never seen the unprofessional and vindictive conduct I have observed in our council chambers. You should all step back and take a good look at yourselves. Your constituents expect you to conduct ...
Why and Who Are the Questions to Ask? - The Missourian
Why would the county commission remove safety regulations of storing coal ash at the Ameren plant? Why would the commission not want to protect families of Franklin County and the East-West Gateway region? Why would the county commission remove safeguards ...
Proposed Changes Reduce Safety, Couple Say - The Missourian
Safety and health protections being eliminated before Ameren even builds new toxic waste landfill in the floodplain? “All politics are local,” and we all know the truth of that observation. Thus, all planning and zoning regulations must be local.
Hillermann Nursery Earns Two Top Industry Awards - The Missourian
Hillermann Nursery & Florist in Washington has again joined the ranks of the horticulture industry’s top local garden centers and has been named one of Today’s Garden Center magazine’s Revolutionary 100 Garden Centers for 2015. The company has made ...
Public Works Replacing Moss on Plant Scrubber - The Missourian
What was supposed to be a temporary solution to odor issues will stay in use at Washington’s wastewater treatment plant. Last fall, in an effort to cut down on odor problems, an improvised homemade air scrubber was built. So far it’s working.