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Election Preview

In anticipation of the April 7 election, St. Charles County candidates in contested races were invited to answer a few questions.

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Business

PEOPLE The St. Johns Bank’s Board of Directors has promoted Brad Muhlke to executive vice president and chief operating officer, and Christina Branneky-Dean to senior vice president-retail and internal support services. Muhlke has held several positions in a 17-year career with St. Johns Bank; Branneky-Dean, the great-granddaughter of bank founder Walter H. Branneky, has been with the bank for 19 years. St. Johns Bank has area locations in St. Charles, O’Fallon and St. Peters. • • • Facilities Coordinator Nancy Conover has announced her retirement from the Sts. Joachim and Ann Care Service, after 31 years of dedicated service to ...

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Business: Best in Show

BEST IN SHOW Tiger Docks, of O’Fallon, received a “Best Dock & Lifts Display” award at the National Marine Manufacturers Association/Progressive Boat & Sportshow held at Bartle Hall in Kansas City in late January. It was the third time Tiger Docks has earned the  coveted recognition in the past four years. PEOPLE BJC Medical Group expanded to include 59 new providers in 2014 including four new providers in St. Charles County. Dr. Milton Ochieng (gastroenterology), Laura Benack, RN (radiation oncology), Lisa Scott, FNP (family medicine), Dr. Jennifer Nguyen (internal medicine/pediatrics) are now on staff at Progress West Hospital or Barnes-Jewish ...

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On the calendar

lant sales, lectures, exhibitions The Great Perennial Divide: From now until the end of April, non-profit Gateway Greening is giving area residents the chance to clean out their backyard gardens for a good cause during its annual Great Perennial Divide. The unique event will give backyard gardeners the chance to donate their unwanted ornamental plants at a variety of collection sites in the area, including one in Chesterfield. Those items, in turn, will be provided at no cost to area community gardeners to help them fill in and beautify their gardens. Individual donors should call to arrange a drop-off time. A ...

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