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Grand Ole Opry Veteran Daryl Mosley to perform concert in O’Fallon

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The community is invited to attend a concert by singer, songwriter, and storyteller Daryl Mosley at 6 p.m. on Saturday, May 15 at O’Fallon Free Will Baptist Church, 814 S. Woodlawn, O’Fallon, MO. From countless READ MORE

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O’Fallon Police Blotter: April 5 – 11, 2021

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The following reports for April 5 – 11, 2021 were supplied to 70 West Sentinel by the O’Fallon Police Department. A report of an arrest or charges filed is not an assumption of guilt, nor READ MORE

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St. Charles County COVID-19 update: 37,328 confirmed cases, 485 deaths as of May 10, 2021

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St. Charles County Government and the Department of Public Health staff are working closely with local, regional, state and federal partners to investigate COVID-19, monitor individuals who may have been exposed to the virus and READ MORE

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In Memoriam: St. Charles County Obituaries, April 25 – May 1, 2021

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The following obituaries were posted by local funeral homes from April 25 – May 1, 2021. Click or tap the link provided to access the obituary on the funeral home’s website. Baue Funeral Homes Lou READ MORE

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Messenger: Connecting Missouri River to its flood plain is key in urban and rural areas

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Developments that seek tax incentives in floodplains are part of the problem with our nation’s flood policy.

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Local senior living company offering entertainment, food trucks at job fair on May 11

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St. Charles-based Arrow Senior Living is hosting a job fair on May 11 from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.too good to refuse. From frontline care providers to administrative team members, Arrow and its affiliate senior READ MORE

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Popular Daniel Boone Home BrewFest returns on May 15

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Back by popular demand, beer lovers from across the region will gather again in the heart of Historic Missouri Wine Country for the 4th Annual Daniel Boone Home Brew Fest presented by the St. Charles County Parks and READ MORE

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Lake Saint Louis Police Blotter: March 25 – 31, 2021

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St. Charles County Food Inspection Scores: Donut King, Chuck E Cheese’s, Viet-Thai and more

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The St. Charles County Department of Public Health monitors more than 1,300 food service providers in St. Charles County. (The City of St. Peters conducts its own inspections.) Routine inspections are conducted by specialists with the department READ MORE

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St. Charles County COVID-19 update: 37,278 confirmed cases, 482 deaths as of May 7, 2021

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St. Charles County Government and the Department of Public Health staff are working closely with local, regional, state and federal partners to investigate COVID-19, monitor individuals who may have been exposed to the virus and READ MORE

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Marcus reopens new-look Mid Rivers cinema as theaters envision a comeback

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“The obituary of theaters has been written many times and it hasn’t come to fruition,” Marcus district director Brian Shander said.

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Beautiful weather for first mass vaccination clinic at GM Wentzville Assembly Plant

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A little more than 500 people registered for their first shot of the Pfizer vaccine against COVID-19 at a drive-thru vaccination clinic on Friday, May 7, 2021, at the GM Wentzville Assembly Plant. The St. Charles, Warren and Lincoln county…

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Beautiful weather for first mass vaccination clinic at GM Wentzville Assembly Plant

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A little more than 500 people registered for their first shot of the Pfizer vaccine against COVID-19 at a drive-thru vaccination clinic on Friday, May 7, 2021, at the GM Wentzville Assembly Plant. The St. Charles, Warren and Lincoln county…

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Wentzville School District students host 5th Annual Film Festival

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The Wentzville School District held its 5th Annual Film Festival, which was presented as an online premiere on April 28. The Festival, supported by grants from the Wentzville School District Foundation, highlights films written and READ MORE

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Section of North Point Prairie Road to close for power pole work May 22

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North Point Prairie Road between Scotti Road and Defender Drive will close on Saturday, May 22, 2021, to allow for power pole replacement work by Ameren. Traffic will be required to use an alternate route READ MORE

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Dr. Garza surprises local nurse with DAISY Award for her work during the pandemic

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Natalie Crawford, RN in the ICU at SSM Health St. Joseph Hospital – Lake Saint Louis, was surprised with a DAISY Award. The DAISY Award was established to honor the exceptional work nurses do every READ MORE

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2021 Vehicle Surplus Sale

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A number of vehicles from the St. Charles County fleet will be available for sale. The vehicles may be viewed at the Family Arena lot (2002 Arena Parkway, St. Charles, MO 63303), 8 a.m.–1 p.m., Saturday, May 15.

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Vehicle Surplus Auction Viewing

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Event date: May 15, 2021
Event Time: 08:00 AM – 01:00 PM
Location:
2002 Arena Parkway
St. Charles, MO 63303
Description:
A number of vehicles from the St. Charles County fleet will be available for sale. The vehicles may be viewed at the Family Arena lot, 8 a.m.–1 p.m., Saturday, May 15. For additional information, please contact the St. Charles County Fleet Office at 636-949-3047.

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Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Parish prepares to celebrate its 150th anniversary

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Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church, 403 North Main St. in O’Fallon, Mo., is preparing to commemorate 150 years of faith, community, service, and fellowship during a sesquicentennial celebration like no other. Beginning READ MORE

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St. Charles County road closures/work zones for May 6 – 12

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The Missouri Department of Transportation has announced the following work zones and road/lane closures for the upcoming week (Thursday, May 6 through Wednesday, May 12, 2021), weather permitting: Thursday, May 6 Route F, St. Charles READ MORE

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Wentzville Police Blotter: March 19 – 25, 2021

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The following reports for March 19 – 25, 2021 were supplied to 70 West Sentinel by the Wentzville Police Department. The term “arrest” is used in the Wentzville PD’s database to refer both to actual READ MORE

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Home brewers' bash back on at Daniel Boone home

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Kegging starts at noon May 15 at the home in Defiance. About 30 different Missouri beers will be on tap and a home tour comes with price of admission.

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Read the questions and the Road Crew's answers on high construction, potholes and more

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Ask the Road Crew, experts from the Missouri Department of Transportation, St. Louis and St. Charles counties and St. Louis City, your questions about highways and roads. The live chat starts at 1 p.m. on Wednesday.

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St. Charles-based true-crime podcast wins second straight national award

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Shift Films has garnered laurels for its podcast, “Lost Boys of Hannibal,” which explores the 1967 disappearance of three boys.

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Photos of the month: Best of April 2021 by the Post-Dispatch photographers

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Post-Dispatch photographers capture tens of thousands of images every year. See their best work from April 2021.

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Ask the Road Crew your highway construction questions

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Ask the Road Crew, experts from the Missouri Department of Transportation, St. Louis and St. Charles counties and St. Louis City, your questions about highways and roads. The live chat starts at 1 p.m. on Wednesday.

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May 5, 2021 | An Update on COVID-19 Vaccine Administration

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As of 5/5/21, the State of Missouri reports that St. Charles County residents have received 277,235 doses of COVID-19 vaccine. The Department of Public Health has administered 69,115 doses to individuals attending its vaccination events.

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Ask the Road Crew your highway construction questions, 1 p.m. today

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Ask the Road Crew, experts from the Missouri Department of Transportation, St. Louis and St. Charles counties and St. Louis City, your questions about highways and roads. The live chat starts at 1 p.m. on Wednesday.

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Medical marijuana dispensary to open in St. Peters Wednesday, offer tacos for Cinco de Mayo

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Ann Arbor, Michigan-based C3 Industries is set to open of its first Missouri locations, High Profile St. Charles.

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Local COVID-19 patient’s roller-coaster ride to recovery

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On New Year’s Eve, Gwen Pope found herself in an ambulance being transported to the Emergency Room at SSM Health St. Joseph Hospital – Lake Saint Louis. Within a few hours, she tested positive for READ MORE

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Four years in a row, four Fort Zumwalt high schools among America’s best

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For the fourth consecutive year, each of Fort Zumwalt School District’s four comprehensive high schools ranks among America’s Best High Schools according to US News & World Report. Of the nearly 18,000 schools ranked, only READ MORE

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St. Charles County reminds building owners, pool operators to use caution when restoring water systems

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COVID-19 led to reduced use for many buildings and outdoor recreation areas over the past year. As employees return to their offices and outdoor establishments reopen, businesses will restore water systems. The St. Charles County READ MORE

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Ask the Road Crew your highway construction questions, 1 p.m. Wednesday

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O’Fallon announces free Tuesday-evening concerts

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The O’Fallon Jammin’ Outdoor Concert Series is set to begin on Tuesday, June 1, 2021. All concerts are at Civic Park, and run from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. The concerts are free, but bring READ MORE

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A Look Back with the County Executive: Suffrage in St. Charles County

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One hundred years ago, President Warren Harding, the first president elected after passage of the 19th amendment gave all women the right to vote, was inaugurated. While helping to elect the scandal-plagued Harding may have been an inauspicious beginning for women voters, their participation in that election was the culmination of 72 years of effort.

Had either of the two major parties been responsible for women’s suffrage, that party would be constantly trumpeting its accomplishment. But neither party wanted to displease the male electorate. Then, when success started to appear possible, neither party wanted to upset future women voters.

And the courts? In 1872, Virginia Minor, first president of the Missouri Woman Suffrage Association, brought suit after her registration to vote in St. Louis was not accepted. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled unanimously that it was too late to claim the right of suffrage by implication in the Constitution. The court looked at the original intent of the founders and refused to “update” its interpretation. Missouri women tried unsuccessfully to get the 1875 Constitutional Convention to approve the female franchise. They were likewise unsuccessful in getting language in the St. Louis City Charter to exempt the property of women from state taxes as they were disenfranchised. In 1914, women’s suffrage was presented to Missouri voters by initiative petition. The split was not on partisan lines. U.S. Rep. “Champ” Clark, a Democrat and speaker of the House, believed women’s suffrage was “as inevitable as the rising of tomorrow’s sun.” He threw his considerable weight in favor of the amendment to the state constitution. U.S. Sen. James Reed, also a Democrat, was a vocal critic. In the end, its ballot position – the 13th amendment voters had before them that year – proved unlucky.

St. Charles County voted against the amendment 3,277 to 526. A Republican paper, the Cosmos-Monitor, said, “We feel the ladies of Missouri will never place anymore confidence in men’s promises. Even in St. Charles, many of the men promised the ladies to vote for them and then forgot all about it at the polls.”

The suffragists kept pushing their cause, and in January 1918, President Wilson announced his support for a federal suffrage amendment “as a war measure.” The next day, the House of Representatives approved the 19th amendment by one vote. In the summer of 1919, the Senate, by a large Republican majority and a small Democratic one, passed the amendment.

Given the split within the Democratic Party and the way the 1914 initiative had been clobbered in St. Charles County, it is amazing that the 1918 election saw the first female candidate in St. Charles County and probably in the state. On the ballot as the Democratic candidate for county clerk was “Mrs. Irwin Ehlmann.” The St. Charles Banner News, the Democratic paper, stated, “In placing Mrs. Ehlmann on the ticket, the Democrats have shown themselves to be in the vanguard for the coming movement for equal suffrage. They’re not waiting until sentiment forces them to put up women for office but they are showing the world in advance that they have faith in a popular idea that is sweeping through every state in the union.”

The editorial in the Republican paper never mentioned Mrs. Ehlmann or attacked her directly. Nevertheless it was surely intended to send a subliminal message when it used “man” or “men” five times and claimed, for her incumbent opponent, that “no other man…has a cleaner record in office.” The editorial concluded, “the Republican ticket is composed of excellent men.”

Neil Ehlmann received only 27 percent of the vote. Of course, this was a vast improvement on the 14 percent the 13th amendment had received four years earlier. Her vote total was only 28 short of the male Democratic candidate for probate judge and 66 votes shy of the male Democratic candidate for prosecutor. And remember that women were not yet allowed to vote. What might appear today as a stunning defeat was probably a great moral victory in 1918.

First County Parks Blueway Development Underway at Riverside Landing

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Located at the junction of Dardenne Creek and the Mississippi River is one of St. Charles County’s newest parks – Riverside Landing. The park currently is closed for the construction of a variety of new and exciting amenities, including the first “blueway” for the county that will provide new opportunities for canoeing and kayaking on our beautiful creeks and rivers.

Called the Dardenne Creek Blueway, this water trail will connect nearly six miles of water from the City of St. Peters’ Lakeside 370 Park to Riverside Landing. St. Charles County Parks staff began planning for this waterway when the park was purchased in 2018; however, pollution – debris from trees and man-made trash – impeded the connection and flow between the creek and the river. Staff cleaned up the connection, and next will create a habitat to protect wildlife, plant vegetation along the banks of the creek to filter water, develop a long-term maintenance plan, and apply for grant funding to further maintain the blueway. The canoe/kayak landing and launch areas already are under construction at both Riverside Landing and Lakeside 370.

The Dardenne Creek Blueway is just the beginning: The Parks Department is developing plans for a similar connection between Indian Camp Creek and Flatwoods parks through the Big Creek and Cuivre River. Staff are in the process of designing a canoe/kayak landing for Indian Camp Creek along the Big Creek and will be accepting bids to build a landing at Flatwoods Park on the Cuivre River. The City of Wentzville Parks and Recreation is developing a landing along Big Creek at Mette Road on property owned by the city.

I talked with Ryan Graham, Director of St. Charles County Parks, and he says the waterways in and near our parks are underused, and developing these blueway connections is another way the department can carry out its mission to preserve and maintain our beautiful natural resources. I’m excited to see how the public uses and embraces these wonderful new additions to our parks system and county.

In case you’re curious about those other developments in motion at Riverside Landing, construction underway in the 7.73-acre park includes an iPaddle station to rent kayaks on-site; a new boat launch for the Mississippi River with ADA accessibility; several small and large campsites that can accommodate recreational vehicles (RVs); improved shoreline fishing access; day-use picnic areas; as well as water and electric for the park. Those who have used the park to fish and boat along the Mississippi River are encouraged to use the free public boat ramps at Hideaway Harbor Park at 1550 Hideaway Harbor Drive in Portage des Sioux until construction is complete in late 2021.

Riverside Landing is at 101 Riverport Lane in St. Charles. For construction updates, follow the St. Charles County Parks and Recreation Department on Facebook.

Public Health Reaches 50,000 Mark for COVID-19 Vaccinations

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Since late December, when COVID-19 vaccine first was released for distribution, the St. Charles County Department of Public Health (DPH) has worked diligently to vaccinate St. Charles County residents and those who work in our county…MORE

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HiSet, Life Skills Programs Prepare Inmates for Success After Release

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The St. Charles County Department of Corrections is launching educational and behavioral programs to better prepare inmates for release. The new programming began at the jail in March with High School Equivalency Test (HiSET) testing.

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Rediscover Your Career: Funding Available for Jobs in High Demand

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Did the COVID-19 pandemic impact your job? Need a fresh start? Look no further than the Missouri Job Center of St. Charles County, where funding is available for qualifying residents interested in training for a variety of careers that are in high demand.

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First mass vaccination event in western St. Charles County to be held at Wentzville GM on May 7

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The St. Charles, Warren and Lincoln county health departments are partnering with the Missouri National Guard, GM Wentzville Assembly and addiitonal community partners to host a free vaccination event from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., READ MORE

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St. Charles County COVID-19 update: 37,191 confirmed cases; 119,065 vaccination regimen completed

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St. Charles County Government and the Department of Public Health staff are working closely with local, regional, state and federal partners to investigate COVID-19, monitor individuals who may have been exposed to the virus and READ MORE

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O’Fallon Police Blotter: March 29 – April 4, 2021

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Lake Saint Louis Board of Aldermen May 3 agenda: Special meeting to fill Ward 3 vacancy

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The Lake Saint Louis Board of Aldermen will meet on Monday, May 3 at 5 p.m. for a special meeting, at 5:30 p.m. for the work session and at 7 p.m. for the regular meeting. READ MORE

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COVID-19 Vaccination Event May 7 in Wentzville

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The St. Charles, Warren and Lincoln county health departments are partnering with the Missouri National Guard and GM Wentzville Assembly Center to host a free vaccination event from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Friday, May 7 at the GM Wentzville Assembly Center.

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Workforce Development Board – Executive Committee Meeting

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Event date: May 5, 2021
Event Time: 08:00 AM – 09:30 AM
Location:
212 Turner Blvd.
St. Peters, MO 63376
Description:
Meeting will be virtual via Zoom Meeting
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Celebrate Mother’s Day at the Historic Daniel Boone Home’s tea tasting event

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Celebrate Mother’s Day with a special Tea Tasting, Saturday, May 8, at The Historic Daniel Boone Home, 1868 Highway F in Defiance. To ensure guests are socially-distanced under The Grand Pavilion, this popular luncheon has READ MORE

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In Memoriam: St. Charles County Obituaries, April 18 – 24, 2021

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The following obituaries were posted by local funeral homes from April 18 – 24, 2021. Click or tap the link provided to access the obituary on the funeral home’s website. Baue Funeral Homes Thomas Edward READ MORE

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Downtown Wentzville railroad crossing to close May 3 – 20 for road construction

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Between Monday, May 3 and Thursday, May 20, the intersection of South Linn Avenue and East Allen Street in downtown Wentzville will be closed for construction related to the Allen Street Revitalization Project. Traffic will READ MORE

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Wentzville Police Blotter: March 12 – 18, 2021

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St. Charles County Food Inspection Scores: Wasabi Sushi, Five Guys, Plank Road Pizza and more

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The St. Charles County Department of Public Health monitors more than 1,300 food service providers in St. Charles County. (The City of St. Peters conducts its own inspections.) Routine inspections are conducted by specialists with the department READ MORE

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