Archive for December 2017

Holiday Lights

Lighting up the holidays Annual light displays in O’Fallon and Wentzville help to make the season bright By Brett Auten When it comes to taking in the Christmas ambiance, area residents and visitors have two locations where the vibe is merry, and the lights are oh so bright. O’Fallon’s Zumwalt Park, located at 1000 Jessup…

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Growing a holiday tradition

Growing a holiday tradition Brushy Fork Pines in Old Monroe lets customers cut their own Christmas trees By Brett Auten Once you head north on Highway 79 and then eventually turn west on winding Highway 47, you will come across a narrow gravel road. Nearly a mile down South Lindsey Road, the land opens up…

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Trails continue expansion

Trails continue expansion Great Rivers Greenway pedestrian bridges near completion as part of a trail to connect St. Peters and St. Charles with St. Louis County By Brett Auten A project geared to provide more direct and safer access for cyclists and pedestrians is chugging right along.  Work began in mid-March on a mile long…

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A doctor’s warm heart

Dr. January’s warm heart Local physician looks to tackle women’s health crisis through fitness and diet By Charlotte Beard Dr. Eboni January’s career is still in its early stages, but the impact she has already made on women’s health has been immense. January, an Obstetrician Gynecologist (OBGYN) at Betty Jean Kerr People’s Health Centers (PHC),…

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Sleeping with the enemy

Sleeping with the enemy By Dr. Misty C. Farr, Pharm.D. My husband is an amazing man.  He’s loving and has a potpourri of knowledge that would make Alex Trebek smile; it’s like being married to an encyclopedia.  He and I were having a conversation one evening and it came out that he doesn’t check his…

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