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A doctor’s warm heart

Dec 6, 2017

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

Dec 6, 2017

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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Be thankful for your abilities and disabilities

Nov 30, 2017

Be thankful for your abilities and disabilities By Larry Brown The Social Security Administration indicates that there are more than 11 million folks in the United States with documented disabilities who receive monthly checks to help offset their inability to earn self-sustaining income. There are also many people whom we all know, possibly including ourselves,…

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Men need to be allies in battle against abuse

Nov 22, 2017

Men need to be allies in battle against abuse By Dr. Gloria J. Johnson Over the past twenty-five years I have come to realize that if we are going to reduce incidences of domestic and sexual violence against women and children we need men as allies.  Men are important in our role to help stop…

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Building a bright future

Nov 22, 2017

Building a bright future The cities of O’Fallon and Wentzville celebrate the opening of new municipal buildings with improved services By Brett Auten Out with the old and in with the new. Two cities in St. Charles County have taken that concept when it comes to municipal buildings. The bustling growth of O’Fallon has led…

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Bridging the gap

Nov 22, 2017

Bridging the gap Normandy schools’ C.A.S.A program helps students in need to stay on track for graduation By Charlotte Beard At the beginning of the school year, Normandy High School’s North Hall became the home of the Center for Academic and Social Advancement (C.A.S.A.). Located in North St. Louis County, the C.A.S.A. program addresses the…

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