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Republican Attorney General Josh Hawley completed a major upset Tuesday to win Missouri’s election for U.S. Senate, and other Republicans down the ballot in Warren County led their races for state and local office.

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At the end of each year, residents of Warren County send in their property tax payments to be divided among area schools, emergency services and government agencies.

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An exotic animal was on the loose in Warren County for a little over two weeks, evading its owner’s attempts to recapture it while wandering back and forth from Jonesburg to Marthasville and further.

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The St. Louis Storytelling Festival (SLSF) kicked off its 40th year Sunday, Oct. 7, at the Treloar Mercantile.

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State officials are warning pedestrians and bicyclists to stay off the new Highway 47 bridge construction site.

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The Treloar Mercantile, a historic jewel located in southern Warren County, will be available to tour Sunday, Oct. 14, and Sunday, Oct. 21, from noon to 3 p.m.

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Construction is beginning on a project to rebuild Pecan Street in Marthasville, and is expected to be complete within two months.

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"Rivertowns," a movie featuring local historians and residents exploring the history of Missouri river communities, will air on Channel Nine PBS Wednesday, Sept. 26, at 7 p.m. 

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Eric and Sarah Kopmann and family, of Marthasville, were among the families honored during the 60th Annual Missouri Farm Family Day, Aug. 13, at the Missouri State Fair.

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A small but seemingly intrigued crowd gathered at the Warren County Historical Society last Thursday to hear the story of one of the area’s most notable and coveted landmarks.

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Two bridges in southern Warren County have been completely rebuilt and are ready to open, according to the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT).

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The Missouri Humanities Council, in partnership with Luxenhaus Farm in Marthasville, will host a variety of workshops this fall, teaching participants of all skill levels about traditional 18th century German folk arts and crafts.

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The Warren County Sheriff’s Department received over 250 calls from people in 22 different states on Aug. 16. All of them had been contacted by someone claiming affiliation with the sheriff’s department and asking for money.

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Last year Olivia Jacquin showed the reserve champion steer at the Washington Town & Country Fair and promptly set her sights on winning the grand champion in 2018.

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During primary elections, such as the one coming up this Tuesday, Aug. 7, Warren County Clerk Barb Daly says races are decided by less than one-third of voters on average.

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Missouri’s primary elections are Aug. 7. The primaries feature nominees selected from each political party to compete for office during the general elections in November.

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The Washington City Council followed suit of local transportation officials in backing a Warren County plan for grants to fund a connection to the Missouri River bridge.

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Last week a bear was spotted in a residential area near the American Legion in Marthasville and experts say it could happen again almost anywhere.

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A sewer system overflow last week filled a roadside ditch with gray sewage water next to the Marthasville Ball Park. Regulators said the contamination was not cleaned up for several days.

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Absentee ballots may now be cast in the office of County Clerk Barbara Daly for the Aug. 7 election.

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Two Marthasville firefighters recently spent five days jumping off a bridge, floating over the top of a dam, and sliding down a spillway in rushing swift water along the St. Joseph River in Indiana.

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Local residents, rest assured: There definitely was not a bus crash on Highway CC the morning of Thursday, June 7. However, it might have looked that way at first glance.

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Some 300 bicyclists will begin a 232-mile journey from St. Charles to Clinton on the Katy Trail State Park for the 18th Annual Katy Trail Ride Monday, June 18. This year’s participants range in age from 8 to 89 and come from 29 states and one Canadian Province.

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TEMCO Industries has come a long way since it converted an unused dairy barn into a sheltered workshop for adults with developmental disabilities 50 years ago. On Tuesday, June 5, the organization’s buildings and nearly 4 acres were donated to TEMCO by Emmaus Homes.

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In 1893, when George Glosemeyer built the general store along the railroad tracks at Peers, the idea of his humble mercantile earning the distinction of the National Register of Historic Places in 2018 never crossed his mind.

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The yearly Concerts in the Park series got an early start in May and has a full summer lineup set for locations throughout Warren County, with the next show this Friday in Warrenton.

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The memorial flags were flying at the Daniel Boone Post 180 VFW near Marthasville Monday, May 28, commemorating the annual Memorial Day Service.