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Archive for January 2017

St. Louis honors Dr. King

St. Louis honors Dr. King City, county mark MLK Day with calls to justice and action By Nicholas Elmes Organizations throughout the St. Louis region honored the memory and ideas of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. last week with calls for action in the community and events aimed at improving social justice. The largest celebration,…

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Kidney donated to one year old

A stranger’s gift of life Warrenton woman donates kidney to one-year-old she had never met By Brett Auten Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital in St. Louis was the location last week for a special reunion. A year ago, on Jan. 18, 2016, a virtual stranger donated a kidney to the Bahr family of Arnold and gave…

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Retirement Options

Know your retirement Account options: IRAs Retirement. It does sound nice, doesn’t it? You no longer have to work – though you may still do so if you choose – and you get to do things you haven’t had the time for. But then there’s the financial side of retirement, and the two questions that…

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Habitat St. Charles ReStore

Donations made easy Habitat St. Charles ReStore has begun accepting various contributions at its 1 Stop Donation Shop By Brett Auten A location to consolidate all of your donations has quietly taken shape. Armed with its new philosophy and purpose, the Habitat St. Charles ReStore, located 186 Mid Rivers Center in St Peters has taken…

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Heat Up St. Louis

Heat Up St. Louis keeps area warm Local nonprofit works to find heating solutions for at-risk residents in the region By Nicholas Elmes Think of the last time you were outside for any length of time this winter. Remember how your fingers and toes slowly grew numb and eventually started to hurt? Remember how your…

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Kickstart Your Weight Loss

Kickstarting Your Weight Loss Resolution  Thinking about losing weight for your New Year’s resolution? If you’ve decided this is the year for a healthier you, be proud. It takes a true commitment to make healthy lifestyle changes. Losing weight not only helps you control or reduce your risk for diabetes, high blood pressure and high…

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St. Charles County Heritage Museum

New Our Sporting Heritage exhibit the St. Charles County Heritage Museum celebrates recreation By Brett Auten Think of it as “Duck Hunt” at Mach speed. The St. Charles County Heritage Museum unveiled a new exhibit that takes digital hunting to the next level. The Marksman Training Simulator – which is the cornerstone of the new…

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Loop Trolley still on track

New trolley service running from The Loop to Forest Park to open for public in late spring By Nicholas Elmes If everything goes as planned, by the time summer heat rolls into St. Louis, residents exploring The Loop and Forest Park area will have a new, and old, way of getting around. “Construction on the…

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