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Members of the Warren County R-III School District and people in the broader community are mourning the loss of Allan Dreyer, a longtime educator and administrator who was a current member of the board of education.

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St. Charles Community College (SCC) is on the hunt for a Warren County location to lease for technical training programs.

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Investigators with the Warren County Sheriff’s Department said there will be a lengthy investigation before they are able to bring any charges of fraud or embezzlement to a former property manager at the Lakeview Estates mobile home park.

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Emergency responders and regional hazmat teams spent several hours Monday at the site of a chlorine gas leak that forced a Warrenton day care to be evacuated and severely damaged the food stock at a nearby food pantry.

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St. Charles Community College (SCC) is returning to voters in Warren County with a new tax proposal that includes a commitment to build a local technical school.

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The city of Warrenton is establishing the new position of aquatics director and will not renew an outside contract for management of the city’s aquatic center, officials announced last week.

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The Warren County R-III School District discussed two matters relating to transportation in the new school year during its monthly meeting on Aug. 8.

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Warren County R-III School District administrators said the first week of school was a smooth start to the year. The district’s 2019-2020 school year started Aug. 13.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Criminal proceedings for a Warrenton woman accused in the stabbing death of her mother have been suspended after experts determined her mentally unfit to stand trial.

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On a dreary Monday afternoon, a customer walked into the new Blue Anchor Coffee and Bistro in downtown Warrenton with an unexpected order of 15 assorted pastries. He and a group were gathered for a funeral that day, and hoped to get a little food between services.

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This month marks the beginning of new leadership for Black Hawk Middle School, as the recently-hired Dr. James Allison takes over as head principal.

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Four potential medical marijuana businesses have notified state regulators of their intent to seek licenses to operate in Warren County.

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The city of Warrenton has approved its spending plan for the next 12 months, totaling about $19.7 million for city operations, construction and debt payments.

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Melvin and Brandee Kramer brought their family to Warrenton High School on Saturday afternoon to become better educated about the opioid challenges their community is facing.