A Washington man accused of raping two women was ordered to prison last week for violating terms of probation.
St. Charles Community College/Adult Education and Literacy Department is offering free High School Equivalency (HSE) and Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) preparation classes.
Members of the Warren County R-III School District and people in the broader community are mourning the loss of Allan Dreyer, a longtime educator and administrator who was a current member of the board of education.
The not-for-profit North East Community Action Corporation (NECAC) has been awarded an additional $102,000 in summer energy assistance funding and it is urging qualifying residents to apply.
A blind pianist, the daughter of a prominent banker who dies an untimely death, a woman who travels extensively abroad while young and then settles on a farm with her husband, and the wife of a well known Wright City storekeeper are among those whose stories will be shared during the fourth …
On a mission for charity, more than 30 tractors departed from St. Ignatius Parish in Concord Hill Sunday morning to collect food and funds for local pantries.
Investigators with the Warren County Sheriff’s Department said there will be a lengthy investigation before they are able to bring any charges of fraud or embezzlement to a former property manager at the Lakeview Estates mobile home park.
Strassenbash, Wright City’s largest festival of the year, is coming next week Friday and Saturday, Sept. 20 and 21, at the Wright City Lions Club. The annual Strassenbash Parade is Saturday morning, following a similar route to last year.
Emergency responders and regional hazmat teams spent several hours Monday at the site of a chlorine gas leak that forced a Warrenton day care to be evacuated and severely damaged the food stock at a nearby food pantry.
St. Charles Community College (SCC) is returning to voters in Warren County with a new tax proposal that includes a commitment to build a local technical school.
The Augusta Harvest Festival will take place Friday and Saturday, Sept. 20-21, beginning with the “Swinging in the Vines” gourmet picnic at Honey Bee Vineyard Friday.
The Missouri Humanities Council (MHC), in partnership with Luxenhaus Farm, will once again offer a variety of German folk arts workshops, teaching participants of all skill levels about traditional 18th century German folk arts and crafts.
Residents of the Lakeview Estates mobile home park are afraid that a former property manager may have embezzled tens of thousands of dollars.
Those looking for a chance to support their local community are invited to come together with representatives of area charities next week in Wright City.
The future is here. Warrenton High School for the first time this year has assigned a personal, portable computer to every single student to carry and take home at night.
The Warren County Commission has signed an order requiring all food handlers to be vaccinated for hepatitis A. The order will take full effect later this year.
An attorney for the Warren County man accused of killing his brother in January is seeking to have him committed to the state Department of Mental Health (DMH).
In a continued effort to better prepare students for independence while maintaining college and career readiness, the Wright City R-II School District is increasing its partnerships within the community.
The completion date for the Highway 47 bridge over the Missouri River has been pushed back to exactly one year after its grand opening ceremony.
A parade of tractors will cruise across southern Warren County Sept. 8 on a mission to collect canned goods and donations for area food pantries.
With enrollment increasing each year, the Wright City R-II School District is discussing a facility expansion earlier than once anticipated.
The Warren County Planning and Zoning Commission is considering a conditional use permit (CUP) for a truck and equipment seller on Highway O near Marthasville.
The city of Warrenton is establishing the new position of aquatics director and will not renew an outside contract for management of the city’s aquatic center, officials announced last week.
Much of Warren County experienced flash flooding Monday, Aug. 26, due to a torrential rainfall with totals from 4 to 6 inches of rain. First responders were called to several locations for water rescues and downed power lines.
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson visited Warrenton Tuesday evening to address a gathering of the Greater Warren County Economic Development Council (GWCEDC).
Charles Coyne III, M.D., has joined Mercy Clinic Family Medicine in Warrenton and in Marthasville, and will be offering office hours at both locations.
With health officials in Franklin County fighting an outbreak of hepatitis A, Warren County Health Department Administrator Ruth Walters said no cases have thus far been detected on this side of the river.
A professional cemetery restoration specialist spent several days at Wright City Cemetery this week and last, providing much needed attention to some of the town’s oldest gravestones.
The Warren County R-III School District discussed two matters relating to transportation in the new school year during its monthly meeting on Aug. 8.
The Warren County Planning and Zoning Commission on Aug. 15 delivered approval for construction of a proposed 50 cabins and a lodge at a future outdoor recreation resort.
Warren County prosecutors have filed charges against a Warrenton man who allegedly broke into Chic Lumber in Warrenton and stole power tools on three different nights in December 2018.