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Local providers of public water and sewage disposal services were recently denied their requests for $19 million in grant funding to help improve their service infrastructure. In November, the … more
Elections for leadership of the Warren County R-III School Board and the Wright City Board of Aldermen are now competitive races with the entry of an additional candidate into each of those … more
Candidates seeking election for local city governments, school boards and emergency districts wasted no time in filing their paperwork on the first day of candidate registrations Dec. 6. Candidate … more
Citizens wanting to take leadership roles in local school districts, city governments, and emergency service agencies can begin registering for elected next week. Candidate filing for spring … more
On Sunday, Dec. 4, the town of Marthasville will be buzzing with Christmas activities. The free event will feature crafts for kids, a visit from Santa, Christmas caroling and a hotdog and marshmallow … more
Contractors are nearing the end of their work on a new well and 300,000-gallon storage tank in Marthasville, a $1.8 million project that will significantly upgrade the city’s water … more
This November, retired Fire Chief Jim Buescher is celebrating 50 years with the Marthasville Volunteer Fire Department, and hopes to spend many more years driving the big red fire trucks and … more
The annual Journey for Charity Tractor Cruise in September raised $40,600 for area food pantries, a portion of which will go to a pantry in southern Warren County. The net proceeds for the charity … more
The city of Marthasville is selling an inconspicuous plot of land for $150,000 to a developer who plans to build a small cluster of new houses. The property consists of vacant ground along Fourth … more
A motorcycle rider traveling through Warren County was hospitalized on Sunday, Nov. 6, after a crash involving another vehicle on Highway 47. The rider, Noah R. Williams, 23, of St. Peters, was … more
When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. When life gives you 3,000 tons of exploded rock, turn it into city roads. With Marthasville’s new well and water tank north of town nearing … more
MFA Oil Company, a farmer-owned energy supply cooperative, has announced the acquisition of Blue Flame Gas, an independent propane retailer based in Marthasville. The deal, which closed on Oct. 18, … more
A Veterans Day breakfast will be held to honor area veterans on Saturday, Nov. 12 at 8 a.m. The event will be held at the Marthasville Fire Protection District Station 1 at 405 E. Main St. in … more
More than a year after local governments began receiving large monetary grants through the 2021 federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), two cities have allocated part of their share, while several … more
By Adam RollinsStaff Writer Property tax rates for local governments, school boards, and other taxing entities have been set for 2022. Each year, every entity that collects property taxes must … more
The essence of a Hidden Hero is a commitment to being a positive presence and dedicated supporter of your community, without concern for the compensation or recognition your work receives. For the … more
The city of Marthasville and a company building a new 300,000-gallon water tank are in dispute over $31,000 in charges for extra foundation work to prepare for construction of the massive … more
It began with a dream to provide a community for adults with developmental disabilities, but that dream began with no money to take the first step. “The board of directors had a fantastic … more
Organizers of the 15th annual Journey for Charity Tractor Cruise on Sept. 11 are happy to say that a great day and generous communities have provided around 9,000 pounds of food to donate to area … more
The Knights of Columbus will host a Journey for Charity Tractor Cruise this Sunday, Sep. 11, to benefit Warren and Franklin County food pantries. Service vehicles will be collecting donations of cash … more
The Scenic Regional Library District is finalizing deals to purchase new land in Marthasville and Wright City as part of long-term plans for expansion in Warren County. The land acquisitions are … more
The Knights of Columbus will host their 15th annual Journey for Charity Tractor Cruise on Sunday, Sep. 11, 2022, to benefit the food pantries of Franklin and Warren counties. The main donation … more
The Outpost, also known as the historical Marthasville Hardware Store, has opened its doors to its first themed vacation rental suites, which include “The Wineaux,” “The … more
The Paul Ballmann Memorial Benefit Golf Tournament is scheduled for Saturday, August 13, with a 7 a.m. shotgun start. Proceeds from the tournament will benefit four local families in need. The … more
Dogs have one of the most sensitive noses on earth. According to the American Kennel Club, a dog’s nose contains approximately 225 million scent receptors, compared to the human nose, which … more
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