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Two Marthasville Fire Protection District (MFPD) members just returned from a training that definitely put them in deep water. Captain Tony Timpe, the department’s medical officer, and … more
The city of Marthasville is seeking grant funding from the Missouri state government to initiate new maintenance and improvement projects for the city’s water and sewer systems. … more
Several years of sizable revenue surpluses, buoyed by federal COVID relief funds, have left the city of Marthasville with a healthy financial reserve as the city enters its next fiscal year with a … more
The North East Community Action Corporation (NECAC) is reminding residents that the summer portion of the Energy Crisis Intervention Program began June 1. NECAC still has more than $1.4 million in … more
The Marthasville Board of Aldermen is hiring professional surveying company Lewis-Bade to update a map of the city kept by the U.S. Census Bureau, city officials said, after previously learning that … more
Editor's note: Due to a typo, the printed version of this article that appeared in the June 2 issue of The Record stated an incorrect interest rate on this financing. The correct information is … more
The Marthasville Fire Protection District (MFPD) held its annual awards presentation Saturday, May 21, to celebrate department accomplishments from 2021. At the event, second-generation … more
Area organizations are hosting several public ceremonies this Memorial Day, May 30, to honor military service members who have died while in service to their country. Community members are invited to … more
A new season has begun for the Country Store Corridor along the Katy Trail near Marthasville. A 3.5-mile stretch from Peers Store to the Treloar Mercantile will offer a variety of summer events … more
The annual Concert in the Park series is returning to Warrenton and Marthasville each month through August on the second and fourth Fridays, respectively. Dyer Park in Warrenton will host The … more
The Happy Apple Bicycle Bunkhouse is officially open for its second year of operation. Located at 201 S. Three Street in Marthasville, the bunkhouse is a short-term vacation rental available May … more
Groundwork is nearing completion and contractors are preparing to begin drilling the city of Marthasville’s new well, which will feed a tank large enough to supply water to the whole city with … more
If you've ever been told that your one vote counts when it comes to elections, this is the proof. Marthasville Alderman Christopher DeVore finished election voting on Tuesday with one vote ahead … more
The city of Marthasville has awarded more than $1.6 million in contracts to three companies who will build a new well and water tank capable of serving the entire town for decades to come. The … more
Elections for local city governments, school boards, and emergency service districts will be held this Tuesday, April 5. Each election, we ask the candidates in competitive races to complete a … more
The Marthasville Board of Aldermen voted last week to proceed with full demolition of the town’s derelict hat factory building rather than retaining a portion of the facility for … more
Life is definitely sweet for Tim and Cheryl Vieth of Vieth Valley Farms in Marthasville. For 15 years, the couple has been learning the ins and outs of gathering maple sap from their trees and … more
The city of Marthasville and custom machining manufacturer Schwoeppe Enterprises have agreed to settle a land use lawsuit that’s been simmering in court since 2017, resulting in some financial … more
Many have been watching and waiting to see what was happening at what was once Loretta’s Bar in Marthasville. There has been a lot of conjecture to see who would occupy the building. Gabe … more
One of the oldest eyesores in Marthasville was put on borrowed time last July, when the city’s board of aldermen contracted with a construction service to demolish the town’s derelict hat … more
The city of Marthasville is getting attention from the Missouri Attorney General’s Office over a complaint alleging the city improperly excluded the public from a board of aldermen discussion, … more
Marthasville’s city leaders have appointed a fourth alderman to fill a vacancy on their board caused by the resignation of former alderman and board president Dan Grafrath. Gary Dixon, who … more
Dr. Ron Kuester, Marthasville, is bringing a different approach to his chiropractic practice. After tending to his patients in a traditional high-paced chiropractic environment, Kuester had a growing … more
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