Law enforcement agencies are asking for help locating an elderly woman from Warrenton and her son, who is mentally handicapped.
Warren County Emergency Management Agency is holding its first Teen and Adult CERT training course June 21-23 at 101 Mockingbird Lane in Warrenton.
The third annual Kids Fishing Derby is from 9-11 a.m. Saturday, June 1, at the lake at 66 O’Brien Lane in Foristell. The event is hosted by the Wright City Police Department. Guests should bring their own poles and tackle.
Registration is underway for the fourth annual Drive Away Hunger Golf Tournament for AGAPE. The event is 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, June 12, at the Warrenton Golf Course, 24805 S. State Highway 47. There is a 10 a.m. shotgun start.
Work is underway to extend Fifth Street in Marthasville between East North Street and Rottmann Drive. City leaders hope to eventually provide better access to a neighborhood of more than 200 homes.
The Warren County Fine Arts Council is holding a town hall at 6 p.m. Monday, May 20, at Warrenton High School to discuss building a robust arts community.
The Missouri Department of Transportation plans to close certain eastbound lanes of Interstate 70 overnight in Warren County over the next week for concrete replacement. The work will be done between 7 p.m. and 7 a.m. and is dependent on weather.
The Run for the Wall motorcycle ride for military veterans will travel through Warren County Monday, May 20, and the organization's outreach team will be at the Tribute to Veterans Memorial in Warrenton.
Although winter weather threatened the annual February Warren County BackStoppers dinner auction, organizers still expected to break the 2018 record of $80,000.
The annual Concerts in the Park series in Warren County begin Friday, May 17, with the first ever performance at Bruer Park in Truesdale. Concerts also are scheduled in Marthasville, Warrenton and Wright City.
The Warren County Commission and road department announced paving projects for three roads this year, including sections of gravel road that will be upgraded to asphalt.
Shelley Kinder, director of finance for Warren County R-III School District, was named Business Official of the Year by the Missouri Association of School Business Officials.
Warren County law enforcement officers and Warrenton Fire Protection District firefighters had a Battle of the Badges on the Warrenton High School basketball court May 4 in a fundraising match for Special Olympics. The police team came away with the trophy from the first-time event.
Residents of a scenic country road in the heart of Warren County are divided over whether to welcome or reject the business plan of neighbors who want to host weddings at their historic barn.
The Warren County Commission announced during an April 30 public hearing that it plans to limit all aspects of medical marijuana production and distribution to areas intended for commercial business. A final decision on those rules could come later this month.
The Warren County Council on Aging, which operates the Warren County Senior Center, is holding board elections Monday, May 20, at its center at 501 Ashland St. in Warrenton. Candidate filing closes May 17.
The length of three school buses could one day separate a church, school or day care in Warrenton from a medical marijuana dispensary, under new rules approved by the city’s board of aldermen.
Warren County is among the top 20 fastest-growing counties in the state, according to 2018 population estimates recently released by the U.S. Census Bureau.
There are no trusses in the new “sleek design” of the Highway 47 bridge, but the bridge is not “boring,” said Judy Wagner, Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) area engineer.
Flooding has closed Highway 94 in southern Warren County from Highway 47 in Marthasville to Highway U in Pinckney, according to the Missouri Department of Transportation.
The father of Megan Gross, a Warrenton High School student killed in a car crash last year, has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the two drivers involved in the crash.