Ehlmann or Frahm: Come Election Day, voters will decide

In the country executive race, it's incumbent Steve Ehlmann against local attorney Lorna Frahm. For Ehlmann, the most pressing issues are maintaining good schools and low crime rates. Frahm is concerned with growing regional cooperation and diversity. But either way, come Nov. 6, voters will decide.

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Preparing for tax season

The St. Charles County Collector of Revenue office has released the following information to help residents in anticipation of tax season.

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Route P-Piene Road bridge opens in St. Charles County

St. Charles County, Wentzville and Missouri Department of Transportation [MoDOT] officials gathered on Monday, Oct. 15 to commemorate the completion of an important part of a project promised to families who have lost loved ones on U.S. 61 in Wentzville.

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Letter to the Editor: Regarding ‘Just do it’

To the Editor:  I recently caught up on articles from your publication. The “Just do it” opinion piece is clearly shared by many and in our current political world has established yet another battleground. I have a recommendation for you regarding final thoughts in the last two paragraphs that read: “It’s neither kneeling nor standing for the National Anthem. Rather, it is kneeling to help someone up who has fallen regardless of circumstance, reward or risk. It is standing up for those in need. That is courage. Just do it. Help someone. It’s what our nation and world needs.”  That ...

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Editorial: A reason to vote

Every year, around this time, we write an editorial encouraging our readers to vote. Most years, a couple of weeks from now, we end up just a little disappointed at how few of us did.  That is probably not accurate – we lack the tools to measure how many of our actual readers voted – so it is more appropriate to say that we are nearly always disappointed in the overall turnout. So this year, for the Nov. 6 elections, we are going to come at this a bit differently. First, we are not simply asking you to vote. We ...

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