Two Franklin County residents were injured Saturday, Aug. 17, when a car struck a tree on Highway D east of Marthasville.
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.
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…
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.
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.
The Warren County Sheriff’s Department is sending more frequent patrols to the former Emmaus Homes campus east of Marthasville, after the facility became the target of several recent crimes.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol has identified the 7-year-old girl who drowned after a vehicle crashed into a pond in Marthasville Saturday, as well as a family member who was hospitalized.
Fire officials say one person drowned and another has been hospitalized after a vehicle became submerged in a pond in Marthasville Saturday afternoon.
A 67-year-old Marthasville man was killed Friday when the truck he was a passenger in hydroplaned and then overturned in a water-filled ditch.
The National Weather Service’s flood forecast for the Missouri River at Washington has been revised upward, potentially impacting Highway 47. Local emergency officials are urging the public to pay close attention to official sources of information for road closures.
American Legion Daniel Boone Post 180 will honor the memory, sacrifice and service of those who served in the United States Armed Forces on Memorial Day, Monday,
The National Weather Service in St. Louis has reduced its flood forecast for the Missouri River at Washington to below levels that would threaten to close Highway 47 in Warren County.
Highway 94 in southern Warren County is closed from Highway 47 west to Highway U due to flooding, according to the Missouri Department of Transportation.
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 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.
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.
Marthasville’s city officials plan to withdraw from a partnership with the Marthasville Area Chamber of Commerce, in which the groups jointly leased the property for depot buildings on the Katy Trail.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol Bomb Squad was called to investigate possible explosives in Marthasville on Thursday, but determined it was a false alarm.
The Missouri Humanities Council (MHC), in partnership with Luxenhaus Farm in Marthasville, will offer a variety of German Folk Arts workshops, teaching participants of all skill levels, about traditional 18th century German folk arts and crafts.
The Warren County Clerk’s Office has certified the results of local April 2 municipal elections. Just over 4,200 Warren County residents participated in the elections, about 18 percent of 22,816 voters registered in the county.
Emmaus Homes will hold an open house from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday, April 28, at its Marthasville office, 16202 State Highway 47, Marthasville.
Two elected boards in Warren County will have shakeups following local elections April 2, as members of the board of directors for Warrenton Fire Protection District and Innsbrook Village Board of Trustees have been unseated by challengers.
The Marthasville Park Board and the city of Marthasville dedicated the first Park Memorial Bench to Ralph and Adele Gregory, longtime Marthasville residents and champions for local history.
Leaders of Marthasville Fire Protection District said a proposed bond issue will give broader rescue capability to its volunteer firefighters and replace a station that is becoming outdated.
Local elections are April 2. City governments, school districts and emergency service districts throughout Warren County have races to elect leadership board members. Voters in most areas of the county will also have various tax propositions to consider.