State Reps. Bryan Spencer, Bart Korman and Justin Hill are proud to announce the winners of the Glory of Missouri Award for 2017. The Glory of Missouri Awards were created to recognize students who display READ MORE
Dr. Curtis Cain, Superintendent of the Wentzville School District, posted a letter on the district’s Facebook page today to address concerns about unrest following the announcement of a not guilty verdict in the Jason Stockley READ MORE
Two 17-year-olds from Wentzville were charged today with felony property damage after police say they were found throwing rocks from a railroad bridge over Interstate 70.
Cuivre River Electric Cooperative is sending eight linemen to assist in the call for help in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma.
Paisley Ervin, the toddler who was pulled from a burning car on Interstate 70 on August 26, has died from her injuries.
A Wentzville resident is $50,000 richer after matching four white balls and the Powerball in the August 16 Missouri Lottery Powerball drawing.
Fort Zumwalt West High School plans to release students early today, Friday, August 25, to make sure that students are not impacted by the planned protest by Westboro Baptist Church.
The Westboro Baptist Church has published its intent to protest at Fort Zumwalt West High School on Friday, August 25.
The O’Fallon Chamber of Commerce & Industries has been named the 2017 Chamber of the Year by the Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (ACCE), an Alexandria, Virginia-based association of more than 7,500 chamber of READ MORE
The president of Wentzville’s Mary Martha Thrift Store took to social media Tuesday morning to express frustration with a problem that is a growing burden for many local thrift stores: people dumping trash on their doorsteps