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Legion Auxiliary Dedicated to Veterans - The Missourian
2015-05-23T18:26:35Z
Memorial Day is the day Americans set aside to honor those brave men and women who met tragic ends during times of war. We must use this day to honor their sacrifices, to pray for their families, and to bow our heads in recognition of their service.

Volunteers Plant Over 200 Flowers in Blackburn Park - The Missourian
2015-05-23T18:26:35Z
It took a volunteer crew of eight three hours to plant more than 200 flowering plants in the large raised planter box at the center of the Blackburn Park circle drive. Engelhart Farm, Pacific, donated the plants and owners Harry and Donna Engelhart were ...

TEMCO Seeking Grant To Upgrade Facility - The Missourian
2015-05-23T18:26:35Z
For the second year in a row, grant funds are being sought to help fund improvements at TEMCO, Inc., a sheltered workshop for individuals with disabilities. The workshop is seeking a community development block grant (CDBG) to help finance a project to ...

Nike Missile Base Reunion May 30n Operated 1958 to 1968 - The Missourian
2015-05-23T18:26:35Z
Veterans of the former Nike Missile Base in Catawissa will hold an outdoor reunion in Pacific City Park Saturday, May 30, beginning at 1 p.m. John Nieves, who served in the Army on the Nike Base from 1962 to 1964, married a local girl and eventually made ...



District’s Health Services Department Meets Goals - The Missourian
2015-05-23T18:26:35Z
The health services department in the Washington School District set and met multiple goals during the current school year. Chris Redd, district nursing coordinator, and Dr. Rachael Franssen, special services director, recently presented a report to the ...

Emmaus to Be Closed in Marthasville - The Missourian
2015-05-23T18:26:35Z
The Emmaus Homes Board of Directors Tuesday night voted to close the Marthasville campus and relocate residents by 2020. The plan, recommended by executives and approved by the board, means that residents who live on the campus will be moved to group homes ...

A Nagging Question - The Missourian
2015-05-23T16:53:31Z
On every Memorial Day the public reflects on our military personnel, past and present. Military veterans do a lot of reflecting also. Much of it is not pleasant, and will be with them forever. For combat veterans there also is a question: Why did I survive ...

Having a Field Day - The Missourian
2015-05-23T11:52:52Z
St. Clair students in several grades spent an enjoyable time participating in various field day activities this week as another academic year came to a close on Thursday. Here, junior high students, including Preston Schaffer-Kavanagh in the foreground ...



Washington Memorial Day Ceremony Monday - The Missourian
2015-05-23T15:56:15Z
Washington American Legion Post 218 is the host of Washington’s annual Memorial Day ceremony. The event will take place Monday, May 25, at 10 a.m. at Rennick Riverfront Park. State Rep. Paul Curtman, R-Union, will be the guest speaker. The 109th District ...

Concrete Plant Rezoning Gets Favorable Nod By Plan Board - The Missourian
2015-05-23T11:52:52Z
A proposed rezoning that would pave the way for a controversial concrete plant in Gray Summit received a vote of support Tuesday night. The Franklin County Planning and Zoning Commission voted 9-1 to recommend approval of Landvatter Enterprises’ request ...

Commissioners Slam Post-Dispatch Editorial - The Missourian
2015-05-23T10:55:36Z
Franklin County commissioners slammed The St. Louis Post-Dispatch over an editorial the newspaper printed Thursday regarding citizen input. The newspaper’s editorial accused the county of practicing “bad, arrogant government.” The Missourian ...

Wildcats Upset Knights in Semifinals - The Missourian
2015-05-23T10:55:36Z
With their backs against the wall, the Union Wildcats used a gutsy effort from pitcher Ethan Hughes to overcome a Borgia team that had its ace on the mound in Spencer Juergens, and were playing at home. After jumping out to a 4-0 lead, the Wildcats hung on ...

Aldermen Sign Off on TNR Program For Feral Cat Population in Pacific - The Missourian
2015-05-23T09:58:20Z
After weeks of debate, aldermen voted 4 to 2 to allow volunteers to trap, neuter and release (TNR) feral cats in Pacific. Proponents of the program say there are several hundred feral cats in the city. They also said the TNR program got underway before ...

Lady Knights Advance to Title Match With 6-0 Win Over Dutchgirls - The Missourian
2015-05-23T09:58:20Z
Lady Knights Advance to Title Match With 6-0 Win Over Dutchgirls By Jeremy Housewright Missourian Sports Writer The Missourian Borgia’s Class 2 District 8 contest against Owensville resembled more of a shooting gallery than anything else. Borgia peppered ...

Freedom Fest Taking Shape - The Missourian
2015-05-23T09:58:20Z
Vendors are beginning to register and make plans to attend the annual St. Clair Freedom Fest, scheduled this year on Saturday, June 27, at Orchard Park. Applications are available at city hall or by calling the city at 636-629-0333. Freedom Fest is the St ...

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