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Megan Meier Foundation celebrates expansion

Megan Meier Foundation

Supporters of the Megan Meier Foundation recently marked the completion of its newly expanded resource center with a ribbon-cutting. Originally founded in 2007 with the mission of raising awareness to prevent bullying, cyberbullying and suicide, the Megan Meier Foundation is located at 515 Jefferson St. in St. Charles and now provides an art room, music therapy, group discussions and counseling ...

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Business Briefs for September 21

PLACES Megan Meier Foundation Executive Director Tina Meier celebrates with the foundation’s staff, clients and representatives of the Greater St. Charles County Chamber of Commerce at its newly expanded St. Charles headquarters.] Supporters of the Megan Meier Foundation recently marked the completion of its newly expanded resource center with a ribbon-cutting. Originally founded in 2007 with the mission of raising ...

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Everything you need to now about CELEBRATE ST. PETERS 2016

What to know before you go Before you head to 370 Lakeside Park to enjoy all the fun of Celebrate St. Peters, take a few minutes to familiarize yourself with the festival regulations below.   WHAT YOU SHOULD BRING Lawn chairs or blankets to sit on during the Celebrate St. Peters concerts. Seating is available on the lawn and on ...

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2016 Prep Football Preview

Last Friday, the first kickoff of the high school season set in motion a time-honored tradition of meeting on the grid iron, but who will the title as best team in the state? Only time will tell.

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Hidden Treasures: St. Charles County boasts a dozen unique parks

By KYLIE MCCOOL For St. Charles County Parks Ranger Jerry Smith, the promotion to Chief Park Ranger has been 16 years in the making. For Mid Rivers Newsmagazine, Smith’s promotion seemed like the perfect time to take a walk in some of the County’s exceptional parks. Smith, a lifelong outdoorsman, took hunting and camping trips with his father and was ...

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O’Fallon City Council overrides mayor’s veto, selects what appears to be most expensive (by a whole lot) waste transfer proposal

O'Fallon City Hall

A heated issue recently caused O’Fallon Mayor Bill Hennessy to invoke a rarely used executive power – the ability to veto legislation. The O’Fallon City Council had been discussing the issue – an contract agreement for the long-term operation, maintenance and management of the city’s transfer station – for several months. A transfer station is a processing site where vehicles ...

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