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Local care center has resources available to help with home repairs

When squirrels started wreaking havoc in her attic this winter, Janet could not afford to solve the problem on her own. The 66-year-old St. Charles senior lives on a fixed income, and home repairs are not in her budget. “I live in double-wide mobile home, and it was windy earlier this year,” Janet explained. “Wind blew off part of my ...

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Elections Preview: St. Charles County

In anticipation of the Aug. 5 primary election, St. Charles County candidates were invited to answer the following questions: Why are you running and what are your priorities if elected? What are your qualifications for holding public office?

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Kirkwood decision may give new life to a texting ban in Lake Saint Louis

A proposed ordinance that would have banned adult drivers from electronic messaging or texting while driving a motor vehicle in Lake Saint Louis may not be dead after all. Alderman John Pellerito (Ward 3), who sponsored the bill that was dropped on May 19, said he plans to discuss the bill again with aldermen. He made the comments in light ...

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Pavement being laid as Hwy. 364 project enters final stretch

Graded dirt began to give way to pavement earlier this month as construction continued on the third and final phase of Hwy. 364, also known as the Page extension. A large concrete batching plant and paver have been at work since July 9 laying down the first 26-foot lanes on the final 9-mile leg of the extension. Page Constructors Joint ...

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Election Commission asked to reimburse political subdivisions for ‘overcharges’

St. Charles County Elections Director Rich Chrismer says he isn’t trying to block payments to local political subdivisions for election costs. “No one has been overcharged,” Chrismer said in an interview on July 15. But County Auditor Brent Statler and Finance Director Bob Schnur want Chrismer to reimburse the political subdivisions for what they say are overcharges. In a letter ...

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Opposing sides square off on sales tax hike for transportation needs

On July 9, the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission approved a list containing $4.8 billion worth of transportation-related construction projects. On Aug. 5, voters will decide if those projects will receive the funding needed to see them through to fruition. On the ballot is Amendment 7, a three-quarter-cent sales tax increase that would produce an estimated $5.4 billion increase in revenue ...

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St. Peters resident has close call with bullet on 4th of July

A St. Peters resident wants to spread the message “what goes up, must come down.” After he and his girlfriend’s 13-year old daughter survived a close call with a bullet over the holiday weekend, Robert Worlitz wants to make sure that people understand the gravity of discharging firearms into the air. “I want people to realize that shooting guns in ...

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News Briefs: City introduces Citizens First App

COTTLEVILLE City receives recycling grant The city of Cottleville received a $7,000 Waste Reduction and Recycling Grant from the St. Louis-Jefferson Solid Waste Management District. City Administrator Scott Lewis said the grant will be used to purchase forty 10-gallon recycling containers. In addition, the grant will cover bags, signage and installation in Legacy Park and several miles of trails in ...

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Circle Of Concern scholarships awarded

Several students are college-bound with some help from Circle Of Concern. The local nonprofit awarded grants to a total of 13 seniors who graduated from local high schools this past spring, with 11 of them residing in West County. In addition, scholarships were awarded to seven of last year’s winners for their second year of college. This year’s scholarship awards ...

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