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On the Ballot Amendments & Propositions

The following ballot measures have been certified by the secretary of state for the Nov. 8 general election: Constitutional Amendment 1 Shall Missouri continue for 10 years the one-tenth of one percent sales/use tax that is used for soil and water conservation and for state parks and historic sites, and resubmit this tax to the voters for approval in 10 ...

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Cornucopia Trophy comes home

Weldon Spring residents, businesses and friends helped the city to once again bring home the coveted Cornucopia Trophy, awarded to the city that collects the most food during the annual Tri-City Food Drive Challenge.

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City acquires park property, surveys residents

Weldon Spring residents are telling their leaders that they are more interested in walking paths and bike trails than athletic fields for playing baseball, soccer or football for five acres of recently acquired park property.

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Spanning the Missouri

Amid the celebration surrounding the newly opened eastbound span of the Daniel Boone Bridge on June 25, state and local officials were grim about the prospect of future road improvements without more money.

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City recognized for reforesting

Forest ReLeaf of Missouri recognized the city of Weldon Spring on March 5 for its exceptional efforts toward reforesting the community after the devastating effects of a tornado in May of 2013.

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Weldon Spring wins holiday food drive

The city of Weldon Spring has won a friendly competition between three local municipalities that benefited hungry families in St. Charles, Lincoln and Warren counties this winter.

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City benefits from Eagle Scout project

On June 20, Zach Nauman brought his Eagle Scout project to completion when he presented two log benches to the city of Weldon Spring. Nauman, a member of Boy Scout Troop 353, built the benches over a two-month period with the help of several other Scouts and adults. The project took approximately 70 hours to complete. Today, the benches are ...

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