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Racing to fight diseases

Feb 14, 2018

Racing to fight muscle diseases Family and friends bring community together to battle diseases like Muscular Dystrophy By Olivia Holler Night at the Races is an event to raise money for people affected by muscular diseases in the St. Louis area. My family and my neighbors, the Hawn family, are one of the many families…

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Spending Time in 2018

Jan 17, 2018

How will you spend your time in 2018? By Rodrick Burton Happy New Year to all the readers of this column. It seems like there is no greater focus on time then during the holiday season. There is a pressured run up to Christmas and Hanukkah to make arrangements, travel plans, event plans and to…

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Art hidden in plain sight

Jan 17, 2018

Local artist has spent almost 20 years designing art for busses, trains and billboards for St. Louis area nonprofits and businesses By Charlotte Beard The independent work of Elaine Annette Young, a graphic designer and web developer, has filtrated St. Louis businesses, nonprofits and the community at large for almost 20 years. Among her clients…

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Keeping kids safe online

Jan 17, 2018

St. Charles County Police Department and Fort Zumwalt School District are partnering to host a free community cyber safety summit By Brett Auten The goal is to get families talking. The St. Charles County Police Department, in partnership with Fort Zumwalt School District, will host a free community cyber safety summit for youths and parents…

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Bank Of Old Monroe Success

Jan 16, 2018

Advertiser Profile Bank Of Old Monroe Tributes Banks Time Tested Success to Team Consistency breeds trust, trust builds relationships and relationships drive thriving community banks across Missouri. Practicing these principles for over 111 years has led the Bank of Old Monroe, their team of employees and customers to premier performance as most recently noted in…

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Remembering lost loved ones at Christmas

Jan 10, 2018

Remembering lost loved ones at Christmas By Dr. Rance Thomas Having spent Christmas with my unofficial adopted family of eight that includes a mother, father, a daughter, her husband and two young children and a brother, I began to reflect on Christmas and the loss of loved ones.  This was the case because the father…

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