Now that Thanksgiving dishes are getting cleaned up, it’s time to think about Christmas shopping.
Wine lovers have a new reason to visit Main Street in Warrenton. Deerfield’s on Main officially opened its doors in late September, offering an array of wines, beers and food and bringing a modern style to the historical downtown area.
Warrenton’s eight-screen movie theater is under new management and changes are coming. Warrenton 8 Cinema has hired Eagle Theater Management, a consulting and management firm based in Illinois, to operate the theater on its behalf.
The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) launched a statewide survey to solicit public input about the vision for the state’s transportation priorities.
Excited to turn a passion into a business, Debbie Wood eagerly opened the doors to Decades of Love Banquet Center in early July. She joined a pair of neighboring businesses, which hope to bring revitalization to the former Warrenton Outlet Mall.
Cedar Lake Cellars, a year-round winery and event venue, recently hired Janeen Curless as operations administrator and Boyan Donov as assistant operations manager.
Augusta’s newest fine arts studio, 33 & Burning Tree Studios, LLC, will hold its first open studios exhibition Saturday, July 1, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Satisfied with the service they have been receiving for years, a pair of Wright City brothers saw an opportunity to continue that tradition in early 2016.
At Downtown Pub and Grill in Warrenton, patrons have been served fresh lunches and dinners at reasonable prices — and now breakfast also is available.
Cori’s Twin Gables Bar and Grill in Marthasville was one of the unfortunate few buildings to be affected by this month’s flooding. Water filled the basement of the building on Highway 47, ruining equipment and damaging the flooring above. The water even damaged the structure of the building.
Bev and Al Holden have called rural Warrenton their home for more than 40 years. They left the St. Louis suburbs for a quieter place to raise their three children.
With the harvest season wrapped up and colder weather settling in, the time is perfect to revisit the farming equipment that was so vital during the past year.
The Warren County Record brought home 11 awards in the 2016 Better Newspaper Contest sponsored by the Missouri Press Association and Missouri Press Foundation.
National Manufacturing Day, Friday, Oct. 7, is a day designed to inspire the upcoming generation of employees in all manufacturing trades by visiting successful companies in their area.
Purple blossoms dot the hillside in front of a new white gambrel-style barn along Stracks Church Road near Wright City. Living out a dream, Tracy Smith has recently opened Long Row Lavender Farm.
Looking to staff up your small business? Don’t underestimate the importance of getting your hiring decisions right. The smaller your business is, the more important your choices become.