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The crash occurred at 4:30 p.m. July 11 on Highway 47. more
“As you can see, we’re in pretty good shape financially,” the mayor says. more
A 34-year-old Marthasville man was seriously injured in a car crash on Highway 47 south of Warco Road near Marthasville, according to a Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report. The report … more
The city of Marthasville in March approved a bid of just under $56,000 for a company to deconstruct and remove two 50,000-gallon water towers that are now obsolete, with the option to remove a third … more
Here are the unofficial results from the April 4, 2023, election. more
Elections for city governments, school boards, and emergency services will take place on Tuesday, April 4. Below is a brief guide to the candidates that will be on ballots in Warren County. … more
Locations in southern Warren County and southwest St. Charles County will collect food for area food pantries throughout April and May. Donations will be distributed to the Southern Warren and St. … more
The Marthasville Board of Aldermen voted March 15 to grant another three-year trash hauling contract to Meridian Waste, which will include a rate increase for city residents while also giving up … more
Marthasville Elementary School held a Better Together Family Night Thursday, March 9. Ten activities were provided for the students and their families, including cup stacking, jump rope, face paint, … more
The annual Boone Area Ecumenical Prayer Breakfast was held Tuesday, Feb. 28, at St. Paul’s United Church of Christ in Marthasville. The proceeds from the breakfast support the Washington … more
A Marthasville man was arrested and charged last week for counterfeiting and other crimes after allegedly using fake cash to buy items at a local store. Shawn J. Summers, 50, was arrested March 2 … more
Voters who want to participate in local elections for several tax issues and leadership positions need to be registered to vote by March 8. Local elections will take place on April 4. There are … more
Marthasville city leaders are considering trash hauling proposals from two companies hoping to secure a three-year contract with the city. The two competitors are Marthasville’s current trash … more
The Marthasville Board of Aldermen has voted to approve a pay raise for the city’s mayor, with one alderman opposing the change while three voted in favor. The mayor’s pay will … more
Following a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19, the Marthasville Area Chamber of Commerce is again sponsoring a prayer breakfast for the Daniel Boone area. It will take place at the St. Paul’s UCC … more
A gift of two books of historical records from more than a century ago was recently donated to the Marthasville Fire Protection District (MFPD).  Karen (Kehr) Dawson, who once lived above the … more
More residents in Lincoln and Warren counties will soon have access to high-speed fiber optic internet, thanks to $25.4 million awarded to Gateway Fiber by the state of Missouri as part of $261 … more
The city of Marthasville is opening its contract for trash collection to interested service providers as the city nears the end of a three-year contract with Meridian Waste. The new contract would … more
Despite an affirmative vote from the Marthasville Board of Aldermen, t he city of Marthasville will not be seeking voter approval of an additional 3-percent sales tax on recreational marijuana in … more
A vote by the membership was all it took to select two fellow firefighters as top performers. Derik Roloff, Firefighter of the Year, and Adam Hawkinson, Rookie of the Year, were honored at the … more
An ordinance that would give a pay raise to the mayor of Marthasville and provide the mayor with a city-issued cell phone is being held up by debate and a question of procedure. The ordinance, … more
A southern Warren County man suffered serious injuries in a single-vehicle crash in Dutzow on Sunday, according to the Missouri Highway Patrol. Leonard R. Lamke, 65, the driver of the vehicle, was … more
The city of Marthasville is partially refunding new business license fees after merchants complained that the city had shorted their old licenses by six months. In November, the Marthasville Board … more
The clock has run out and registration is closed for candidates to get on the ballot for local city government, school board and emergency district leadership elections this spring. Local … more
With less than a week remaining for candidates to register for local city government, school board, and emergency service elections, more than a dozen elections only have one person running for … more
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