The historic Newbill-McElhiney House in St. Charles, Missouri houses an antique shopCJ CoombsNewsBreak Contributor
The August Sehrt historic home was converted into a history museumCJ CoombsNewsBreak Contributor
Webster Grove's historic Charles W. Ferguson House: an 1888 architectural gemCJ CoombsNewsBreak Contributor
The historic Rudolph and Dorothy C. Czufin House in a St. Louis suburb is incredibleCJ CoombsNewsBreak Contributor
The historic James W. and Mary Way House: an attractive Kirkwood landmarkCJ CoombsNewsBreak Contributor
New Paws, New Love: Adopt Dogs Today in gray summit, MO
Whether you're thinking about adopting a pet or simply delight in watching cute animals, you'd find a plethora of endearing pets awaiting adoption at animal shelters across and close to gray summit..
Motorcyclist killed in Franklin County collision
FRANKLIN COUNTY, Mo. – A motorcyclist is dead after a collision involving a van at a Franklin County intersection. The Missouri State Highway Patrol says that Ronald Williams, 33, was killed Sunday. Williams stopped his 2009 Harley-Davidson Road King at Route E at Route VV at around 3:15 p.m. A man driving a van struck […]
Four-vehicle crash injures High Ridge man
A High Ridge man was injured in a four-vehicle crash on Hwy. 30 at Old Sugar Creek Road in Murphy on Sept. 26, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported. At 1:15 p.m., Conner J. Sokolis, 20, was driving an eastbound GMC Sonoma when he reportedly lost control and travelled onto Old Sugar Creek Road, striking the left side of a northbound 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe driven by Charles G. Coleman, 61, of High Ridge. The Santa Fe was pushed into the front of a 2004 Ford Mustang driven north by Sharon L. Myers, 70, of High Ridge, and debris from the crash struck another northbound vehicle – a 2003 Dodge Durango driven by Douglas S. Huber, 61, of High Ridge, the report said.
Dispute over noose outside St. Charles County home
The FBI is investigating what appears to be a noose hanging from a tree at a home in St. Charles County.
Staenberg Group enters dispute it says will determine whether 'Downtown Chesterfield' redevelopment proceeds
CHESTERFIELD, Mo. — A judge on Monday allowed The Staenberg Group to enter a legal dispute the developer says will determine whether its massive $2 billion redevelopment of the Chesterfield Mall into "Downtown Chesterfield" will be successful. Department store Dillard's in December asked the St. Louis County Circuit Court...
NAACP says noose found near GM plant in Wentzville
WENTZVILLE, Mo. — The NAACP says a hate symbol was found on a tree near an automotive plant in St. Charles County. John Bowman, President of the St. Louis County NAACP, said he was made aware of a rope tied like a noose in Wentzville, Missouri. Bowman said the Federal Bureau of Investigations is looking into the matter. Bowman was reluctant to speculate on the matter until the investigation was complete.
Byrnes Mill Police Department gets $17,000 to buy equipment
The Byrnes Mill Police Department has been awarded a $17,233 grant from the toXcel company for public safety equipment designed to deter people from driving while under the influence of drugs. “Anytime we can get equipment like this and that doesn’t come out of my budget is a huge win...
Lancers Barnard medalist
Lafayette senior Natalie Barnard won the recent Gans Gold Creek Classic Division race with a time of 17:48.60. (Photo provided)
Tim Explores the Purina Dog Show in Gray Summit
Join Tim Ezell as they explore the exciting Purina Dog Show in Gray Summit. Expect a 'dog-on' good time filled with adorable canines, thrilling competitions, and a sneak peek into the world of professional dog shows. Perfect for all dog lovers out there!
Webster Man Finds Calling Making Wine In Augusta
When Webster Groves couple Gabriel “Gabe” Miller and his wife Kaylyn were in their late 20s, they planned a two-week trip with friends that would take them to some of Europe’s most important cities. The pair expected that it would be a great adventure, but what they didn’t foresee was that it would change Miller’s life.
Price Increase at Local MDC Shooting Ranges Starting November
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) plans to increase shooting fees at its five staffed ranges. The fee will rise from $4 to $5 per hour or round. This change applies to rifle, handgun, shotgun, and archery shooting from November 1. The new fee will be implemented at various ranges, including Andy Dalton Shooting Range in Greene County and August A. Busch Memorial Conservation Area Shooting Range in Saint Charles County.
Fire destroys High Ridge home
A fire on Tuesday, Sept. 26 destroyed a house and the homeowner’s vehicle on Boedy Lane in High Ridge, according to Fire Chief John Barton. Firefighters responded to the fire at 3:39 p.m. and Barton said the medium-sized house was fully engulfed when firefighters arrived on the scene. A vehicle in front of the house had just caught on fire when the firefighters arrived.
Volleyball — Pacific vs. Hermann, Hermann Tournament
Pacific defeated Hermann in two games Thursday, Sept. 28, to win the 68th Annual Hermann Invitational Tournament third-place match. To order photo reprints, click the "Buy This Photo" button below the photo you are viewing. Reprints are processed through our photo lab partner MyCapture. Photo orders can now be processed any time, day or night, through our safe secure and easy to use system. We now offer a wide range of photo reprint products including Coffee Mugs, Shirts, Canvas Prints and MORE! Order your reprints today! Photos and other materials on this website are property of the Missourian and are protected by copyright law. Reproduction is unlawful. You may not duplicate this material.
Eureka business owner reports losing more than $14,000 to fraud
A 65-year-old Eureka man reported someone used his company’s bank account to 29 online purchases for a total of $14,352.16. He said he runs a rental business from his home, Eureka Police reported. The man reported the fraud just after noon on Sept. 5 at the Police Station. He...
Indians record shutout in Union rematch
The first goal of 2023 for AJ Krzyzanowski will be one to remember. It was the deciding goal Thursday as Pacific (6-2) defeated Union (4-7), 1-0.
Lady Knights shut down Union on senior night
In a game honoring seniors from both sides, the St. Francis Borgia softball Lady Knights earned a 9-1 win over Union. Borgia (13-5-1) got a complete game from its lone senior, Amanda Dorpinghaus, for the win. She allowed one run on four hits while striking out nine.
Spectacular turnout at Sheet Metal Workers Local 36’s Annual Picnic
Eureka, MO – Hundreds of Sheet Metal Workers Local 36 members and their families packed Legion Park here Sept. 9 for the union’s Annual Family Picnic. The event included food, bounce houses, pony rides, a petting zoo and a cornhole tournament and other activities. – Sheet Metal Workers Local 36 photos.
Manchester Hosts Document Shredding for Residents on Oct. 7
Do you have confidential documents that need to be disposed of properly? If so, stop by Schroeder Park on Saturday, Oct. 7 for our annual document shredding event. It runs from 9-11 a.m. This event is for City of Manchester residents only, so proof of residency is required. In addition, bring some non-perishable food items for Circle of Concern.
Combined Christian Choir to host event with St. Louis composer
The Combined Christian Choir will host an event with Orin Johnson, composer, choir director and author, at 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 20, in the St. Francis Borgia Choir Room, located in Jesuit Hall at the corner of Main and Cedar streets in Washington. “We have invited Orin to teach three...
Barbecue raises at least $100,000 for BackStoppers
The eighth annual BackStoppers BBQ held Sept. 23 at the Big River VFW in Cedar Hill drew a record crowd and raised more than $100,000, organizer Chuck Gerding said. He owns Gerding Enterprises in Dittmer and the Screaming Eagle Grill, which sponsored the fundraiser for BackStoppers, which helps families of police officers, firefighters and other emergency responders who are killed or seriously injured in the line of duty.