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Washburn Municipal Court

Phone 417-826-5242
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Mailing Address Box 110, Washburn, MO 65772
Street Address 321 Main St., Washburn, MO 65772
Fax 5995
SR 90 runs all the way through Washburn and meets SR 37 in the far Eastern part of town.
About the area
In the Summer of 1881, Washburn was sufficiently established for burglars to break into the dry goods store, blow the safe and make off with a sum of money and then break into the Mooney's store, where the post office was located and make off with a large number of stamps. About nine years later a mill was established in town. The town had inhabitants as far back as 1840; but was called Keetsville which was destroyed during the Civil War. From 1867 to 1869 the town was rebuilt and renamed Washburn. It had a depot of the Frisco railroad which is still standing today although unused and the W. B. Adcock's building, in front of which the first electric pole was installed, is now the community center.
Hon. Andrew Hager Jr. You will also see this judge in the municipal courts of Butterfield, Cassville, Purdy and Wheaton.
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