Two Franklin County residents were injured Saturday, Aug. 17, when a car struck a tree on Highway D east of Marthasville.
A member of a local weight loss support group is being celebrated for her remarkable achievement of dropping 118 pounds in a little over one year.
The story of Archer Alexander, a St. Louis resident, Civil War hero and former slave, will be told at the Warrenton Scenic Regional Library Aug. 27 at 6 p.m.
Following the defeat of the Proposition W tax increase during the Aug. 6 election, the Warren County R-III School District is discussing plans for how to move forward.
Those who want to learn more about constructing fence for various livestock types can attend a fencing school on Aug. 20 at 5:30 p.m. at the Tammy and Dave Teeter farm. The farm is located at 111 Two-Mile Branch Road near Montgomery City.
The performers at this week’s Concert in the Park Aug. 16 in Wright City are a family who have made waves in the bluegrass world in recent years.
A sex offender labeled as an absconder from Warren County never actually registered here and has been wanted by law enforcement for over 15 years, said Sheriff Kevin Harrison.
With the implementation of a four-day school week, Warren County R-III will host its first care day on Monday, Aug. 19. This service is offered for students who do not have alternative options on those weekdays when school would have been held in the past.
The not-for-profit North East Community Action Corporation (NECAC) is accepting candidate nominations for two open board positions in Warren County with a deadline of Sept. 13.
Tickets for the Sept. 19 dinner theater program are available to be purchased at the Warren County History Museum at 102 W. Walton in Warrenton. Organizers say the show will prove interesting and entertaining.
The ninth annual charity golf tournament to benefit adults and children with developmental disabilities will be at the Warrenton Golf Course, 24805 S. Highway 47, Warrenton. It is a three-person scramble with lunch, free drinks and a steak dinner. Prizes for skin game, longest drive and clos…
When Yale Muhm served in Vietnam, he told his parents if he made it home, he would be interested in taking over their 400-acre farm in southern Warren County. Muhm survived his military service, graduated from medical school and began his career as a general and thoracic surgeon in the St. L…
Vintage Whimsy ReMix (located inside of Vintage & Vape in Warrenton) and Dixie Belle Paint Company are raising money for Soles4Souls, a nonprofit based in Nashville, Tenn., that creates sustainable jobs and provides relief through the distribution of shoes and clothing around the world.
The owner of a 300-acre property in northern Warren County is seeking a permit to build up to 50 rental cabins to create an outdoor recreation resort.
Smiles and excitement abounded at Diekroeger Park, Wright City, on Saturday, as dozens of children proudly showed off their fresh haircuts and new backpacks.
The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) is planning lane closures on Highway 47 Aug. 12 and Aug. 13 to do pavement repairs. Two other state roads in Warren County are also scheduled for repair next week.
Just six weeks remain until the annual Strassenbash Festival, and five participants vying for title of Wright City Student Ambassador have been busy serving around the county.
Vehige Farm Store, Foristell, which has been under family ownership for over 65 years, will now be managed by MFA Cooperative Association No. 2 of Washington.
Volunteers with the Wright City Cemetery Memorial Society will present “stories of the past” during a special program Thursday, Aug. 15, at the Scenic Regional Library Branch in Wright City.
Warrenton Fire Protection District has named firefighter Jeff Dunn as the district’s newest captain, filling a hole left when Anthony Hayeslip became the district chief in June.
Schools are going back in session this month across Warren County. Public and private schools in the area have multiple open houses and gatherings prior to the start of school.
High river levels kept Marschel Wrecking crews off the water for the past 60 days but they wasted no time taking out two remaining concrete piers from the old Highway 47 bridge on Saturday.
Two Warrenton suspects were charged Tuesday for their roles in a Wright City home invasion and shooting at police during multiple vehicle pursuits.
The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) this month announced that its plans for the next several years include more than $8 million in spending for projects in Warren County.
Penmac Education Staffing, which has provide substitute services to Wright City R-II and Warren County R-III schools since 2017, has two trainings scheduled to prepare substitutes for the upcoming school year.
On Aug. 6, voters in the Wright City and Innsbrook areas will decide on a proposed 17-cent tax increase for the Wright City Fire Protection District.