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GM halting production at Wentzville plant for two weeks due to...

Wentzville, MO – The General Motors assembly plant here is shutting down for two weeks, along with other North American plants, due to a...

OPINION: ‘RTW’ déjà vu: Yes, you have seen this before

By DARIN GILLEY Financial Secretary/Treasurer UAW Local 2250 “Right-to-Work” again? Why does this issue keep coming back? In 2018, Missourians voted down making Missouri a so-called “Right-to-Work” state...

UAW Local 2250’s Kim Cook Bell to serve on international union’s...

By SHERI GASSAWAY Correspondent Kim Cook Bell, recording secretary for UAW Local 2250, has been selected to serve on the international union’s new Member Advisory Committee...

Celebrating International Women’s Day

UAW Local 2250 celebrated International Women’s Day (IWD) March 8 with group photos from all three shifts in front of the arch at the...

UAW 2250 members take icy dip to raise funds for Special...

Lake St. Louis – February’s frigid temperatures weren’t enough to keep members of UAW Local 2250 and managers at the GM Wentzville Assembly Plant...

UAW Local 2250 elects new officers

Wentzville, MO – UAW Local 2250, which represents about 4,000 workers at the GM Assembly Plant, recently elected new officers for the union local. Local...

Lay-offs averted for 1,200 UAW Local 2250 members at Wentzville assembly...

By SHERI GASSAWAY Correspondent General Motors will not be laying-off 1,200 UAW Local 2250 jobs at the Wentzville Assembly plant, as a result of the...

GM to lay-off 1,200 UAW Local 2250 members at Wentzville plant

St. Charles County designated a ‘coronavirus hot spot’ Citing employees’ concerns about COVID-19, General Motors has announced it will temporarily lay-off a shift of workers...

Five workers test positive for COVID-19 at GM’s Wentzville Assembly Plant

By TIM ROWDEN Editor Wentzville, MO – When Glenn Kage, president of UAW Local 2250, woke up Monday morning, May 8, he had one member who...

UAW pushes for expanded testing as auto assembly plants reopen

General Motors, Fiat Chrysler and Ford Motor have announced they will restart plants in the coming weeks. While contractually that decision is made by...