Lake Saint Louis veteran honored for service

Ralph Barrale helped rename a road and a bridge for veterans, dreamed up a veterans’ memorial in Lake Saint Louis, and continues to be revered by veterans’ organizations. Now, he’s been recognized by Missouri’s lieutenant governor.

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Baltimore mom

We have all seen the Baltimore mother who chased her son home after seeing him among the rioters. Good for her.

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Educate, don’t erase Missouri’s history

Mayor Francis Slay’s misguided attempt to rewrite the history of our nation, our state, and our city by either removing the Confederate Memorial in Forest Park or making some sanctimonious gesture to change its inscription will achieve nothing.

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To the Editor

I always read the letters to the editor in your newsmagazine but didn’t know you were at a loss for filling your in-box. So, since you asked for more letters, here it is. Consider this the first in a series of common sense ideas to get the federal government on the right track. Let’s start with Social Security.

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No shortage of activities

Looking for something to do over Memorial Day weekend? A variety of activities in St. Charles County will keep you hoping all weekend long.

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Diehl resigns

Missouri Speaker of the House John Diehl on May 14 resigned his positions as both speaker and from the office of State Representative.

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Portion of Main Street set to close

The city of St. Peters says it has been notified by Norfolk Southern Railroad that the railroad crossing on Main Street (Hwy. C) west of Old Town St. Peters is set to close for repairs for several days beginning Wednesday, May 13.

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Honoring first responders

A First Responder Day ceremony, scheduled for 4 p.m. on May 18 at the Veterans Memorial in Lake Saint Louis will honor the police, fire, and ambulance personnel involved in the dramatic rescue of 14-year-old John Smith who was trapped for 15 minutes this winter beneath ice on Lake Sainte Louise.

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