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OPINION: Buying American-made cars is important to us all

By GLENN KAGE, JR. President, UAW Local 2250 A good friend of mine asked me what my thoughts were on why any union member buys foreign...

In Memoriam: Larry Gilley, father of UAW 2250 Financial Secretary Darin...

Larry R. Gilley, 78, of Pacific, the father of UAW 2250 Financial Secretary Darin Gilley, passed away on March 7, 2019. Mr. Gilley was...

UAW 2250 hosting meat shoot, chili cook-off March 24

Event is open to the public The UAW Local 2250 Recreation Committee is hosting a meat shoot and chili cook-off Sunday, March 24. The event...

UAW 2250 sisters lend helping hand to future deserving homeowner

By SHERI GASSAWAY Correspondent Wentzville, MO – A group of about 20 UAW Local 2250 Women’s Committee members wearing hard hats, safety glasses and tool belts...

UAW Local 2250’s Support Our Soldiers Poker Run Sept. 23

Event to benefit the CHAMP Assistance Dog program for veterans By SHERI GASSAWAY Correspondent Wentzville, MO – UAW Local 2250 will hold its 13th annual Support Our...

UAW Local 2250 members lend a helping hand in the Troy...

Troy, MO – Four UAW Local 2250 members recently teamed up with Troy Story 2, a community aid mission consisting of young people from...

OPINION: Your work is no joke

By DARIN GILLEY Financial Secretary UAW Local 2250 A white male, a black female, a Native American, an elderly gentleman, a bald lesbian and an ex-convict walk...

UAW Local 2250 members discuss workers’ issues with Senator Claire McCaskill

Washington – A delegation of UAW members from across Missouri, including representatives from General Motors Wentzville UAW Local 2250, recently traveled to Washington to...

Wentzville-built Chevy Colorado wins best pickup of 2018

By KEVIN WEAKS When General Motors reintroduced the small pickup to the market in 2015, they thought they might have a winner. Turns out they...

Guest opinion: Unions are key to equal pay

By DARIN GILLEY While in the waiting room of an area business I came across a copy of Cosmopolitan that examined the issue of Equal...