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Capitol Dome lighted red in honor of fallen firefighters

JEFFERSON CITY – Governor Mike Parson has ordered the Missouri State Capitol dome lighted red beginning at sunset on Saturday, October 2, 2021, until sunrise on Sunday, October 3, 2021, in honor of fallen firefighters. The lighting coincides with the annual memorial weekend of the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation and its Light the Night for Fallen Firefighters tribute. The …

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TG honors 25-year employee

PERRYVILLE — Please join TG Missouri in congratulating Nicole Garris for 25 years of service this 2nd Quarter. Thank you for all your hard work and everything you do for TG Missouri!

St. Vincent announces homecoming court

PERRYVILLE – St. Vincent High School has announced the members of the 2021 Homecoming Court: Queen Natalie Ernst, escorted by Matthew Myers Maid of Honor Anna Schwartz, escorted by Jacob Kapp First Maid Addison Cates, escorted by Evan DeWilde Second Maid Mollie Dobbelare, escorted by Travis Wheeler  

SGES student places in state level “Illustrating America”

STE. GENEVIEVE — Recently, Ste. Genevieve Elementary fifth grader Blayre Bauman placed third in the Missouri VFW Auxiliary’s “Illustrating America” art contest, and received a gift card for her winning entry! VFW Auxiliary Youth Activities chairperson Lois Flieg and fifth grade student Blayre Bauman. Blayre is the daughter of Jamie and Jerry Bauman. This is …

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SGES celebrates DOT Day

STE. GENEVIEVE — Ste. Genevieve Elementary School recently celebrated International DOT Day this year, a day when students, faculty and staff wear polka dots, make artistic creations with dots and participate in many more exciting activities! Teachers read to their students the book “The Dot” by Peter H. Reynolds, which promotes that everyone has value …

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Schmitt seeks to block St. Louis County’s mask mandate

ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. – On Thursday, Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt filed a motion to renew and enforce the preliminary injunction in his lawsuit against St. Louis County following County Executive Page’s attempt to illegally impose a second mask mandate. The motion was filed in the existing case against St. Louis County, and asks …

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Riverside Regional Library events for October 2021

JACKSON – The Riverside Regional Library has announced the following events for the month of October 2021. Date: October 1 – 31 Title: Pumpkin Carving Contest Place: Virtual Enter our pumpkin carving contest and win a $20 Wal-Mart gift card. Here’s how it works. Select an age category: Children Ages 1-10, Pre-teen/teen, ages 11-17, or …

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Nationwide cyber-attack disrupts Chester city hall phones

CHESTER – The City of Chester, Illinois announced yesterday that a denial of service cyber-attack was launched on Bandwidth.com causing a disruption in phone calls and services mainly for landline phones – including the phones at Chester’s municipal building. This disruption/cyber-attack is nationwide. According to the city’s posting on social media “Our phone service company …

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