Wright City R-II School District is continuing to grow this year, as early numbers indicate an increase in enrollment.
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 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.
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.
Smiles and excitement abounded at Diekroeger Park, Wright City, on Saturday, as dozens of children proudly showed off their fresh haircuts and new backpacks.
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.
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.
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.
Two Warrenton suspects were charged Tuesday for their roles in a Wright City home invasion and shooting at police during multiple vehicle pursuits.
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.
The July 19 Concert in the Park in Wright City has been canceled due to dangerous heat. The Wright City Parks Department made the announcement Friday morning through its Facebook page.
Hermann resident and business leader Gary Leabman will make an appearance in Wright City to talk about climate change and renewable energy.
Eight decades ago this month, 29 Wright City citizens and business owners gathered for the first time to combine their efforts for the collective benefit of their community.
The driver of a motorcycle was hospitalized Sunday, June 30, after a head-on collision with a car on the North Outer Road of Interstate 70 in Wright City. The crash happened at 7 p.m.
The 2019 Summer Lunch Program, hosted by the Wright City Community Food Pantry, needs help supplying meals to hungry children this summer.
Wright City police officer Jose Malta-Gonzalez recently was honored for his actions and compassion in saving a man who was about to end his own life.
A woman who allegedly drove her child to a gas station while intoxicated, and then punched a family member while there, is facing charges.
The Warren County Council on Aging, which operates the Warren County Senior Center, held its board elections Monday, May 20, to decide who would fill the three seats that were up for election.
The family of a Warren County woman who died suddenly last year is suing a paramedic for allegedly failing to provide proper emergency treatment.
Rules for medical marijuana facilities in Wright City were finalized May 23, over the objection of an advocate who condemned the rules as discriminatory against cannabis patients.
The Missouri Department of Transportation will install four-way stops at both sides of the Stracks Church Road bridge over Interstate 70, the site of a fatal crash in March.
The suspect in a domestic assault was illegally in possession of a firearm and allegedly threatened to harm law enforcement officers, according to the Warren County Sheriff’s Department.
A deck collapse at a home in Innsbrook Saturday evening trapped one person and injured several more, according to Wright City Fire Protection District.
The leaders of Wright City Fire Protection District have resolved that they will return to voters in August to ask again for a 17-cent property tax increase.
Laughter erupted at the memories shared and humorous quips fired off by Wright City senior William Pohl on Friday night. He was one of five members of the Class of 2019 to speak to the friends and family in attendance during the Wright City High School commencement ceremony.
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.
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.