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Thomas Sowell – What Are Elections For?

Thomas Sowell

After months of watching all sorts of political polls, we are finally just a few weeks away from actually beginning to see some voting in primary elections. Polls let people vent their emotions. But elections are held to actually accomplish something.

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St. Charles County may look at re-establishing port authority

St. Charles County officials are expected to look at reestablishing a port authority, particularly along the Missouri River, that may provide a barge loading and offloading facility, storage space, rail and highway connections for moving freight, and to promote tourism opportunities.

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Health Capsules

The current popularity of foods labeled as “healthy” may actually be adding to the nation’s obesity epidemic, according to findings of new research published in the Journal of the Association for Consumer Research.

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Business

Tom and Cindy Ely, co-owners of High & Dry Foundation Repair, celebrate their 10th anniversary in business in 2016.

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County, residents, developer compromise on new development

The St. Charles County Council has approved a rezoning request and preliminary plat allowing 38 new homes near the Bluffs of Windcastle subdivision after attorneys for subdivision residents and the developer came to a compromise that may prevent more traffic through the subdivision.

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Thomas Sowell – Messing With the Constitution

Thomas Sowell

In recent years, a small but growing number of people have advocated a convention of states to propose amendments to the Constitution of the United States. The reaction to the proposal has been hostile, out of all proportion to either the originality or the danger of such a convention.

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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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