A call to action

To the Editor: Attention PWSD #2 customers, your sewer bills will be going up in the near future. If this is a concern, please come to the next two or three monthly meetings. Very soon the PWSD #2 will be deciding on either a heavy maintenance lift station system or a low maintenance gravity repair or replacement. This will be determined by the PWSD #2 Board of Directors. Lake Saint Louis streets and yards will be torn up for the next 10 years or longer. Our community needs to stay involved and informed. Please come to the meetings and find ...

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Which is which?

Which is which? Can you identify each of these St. Charles County communities by their outlines? A link to an answer key is provided at the bottom of the page. Only the gray areas represent incorporated areas within any given city, trapped islands of white indicate pockets of unincorporated St. Charles County.                                      

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New members take their seats on Francis Howell School Board

On April 16, the Francis Howell School Board said goodbye to two board members, inducted two new members and held its annual board elections. Eric Seider, former president, was one of those recognized by Dr. Pam Sloan, superintendent of the district. Seider has been working on the board for the past three years. “You have been a man of few words, nonetheless, very efficient and powerful ones that have provided guidance to some very difficult problem solving,” Sloan said. “You have left us better than you found us and we couldn’t ask for more than that.” Sloan also recognized retiring ...

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Child Care Choices

Starting preschool is an exciting milestone, but it can be an emotional time for parents and children alike.

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Health Capsules: Pesticide guide

Consumer Reports recently studied pesticide residues on 48 types of produce from 14 countries in order to develop guidelines to aid the public in reducing exposure to potentially harmful chemicals.

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Students chosen for annual youth tour

“Concern for Community” is the cooperative principle that won the hearts of most finalists in Cuivre River Electric Cooperative’s 47th Annual Youth Tour Final Competition on April 8. 

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Crossings Storage Lot has been approved for a vacant tract of land along T.R. Hughes Boulevard near Hwy. 79.

Crossings Storage Lot has been approved for a vacant tract of land along T.R. Hughes Boulevard near ...

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