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Lt. Col. Ronald E. Morin, USAF, Ret.
Platinum selling artist Drake has revealed the new St. Louis date for his Aubrey & The Three Migos tour will take place Saturday, November 10th at the Enterprise Center.
A Houston delegation will attending the 55th annual Missouri Community Betterment Conference that concludes today in Columbia.
Another wild Saturday reminded us just how deep SEC football really is -- and how difficult Mizzou's remaining games could be.
The provision was included in a Federal Aviation Administration reauthorization bill signed into law earlier this month.
The community hoped the exposure wasn't a repeat of embarrassing television special done by CBS in 1966.
Independent groups are setting records and dwarfing candidate spending as big money pours into the pivotal U.S. Senate race.
Read through the obituaries published in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch
More than 45,000 people applied and six were chosen for the chance to win season passes, $300 and a coffin.
All three options on the November ballot would offer the pain-relief option, but the funds raised by Amendment 2 would go toward veteran health services.
With registrations hitting records in some counties, the lack of an early voting option virtually guarantees confusion and inconvenience at the polls.
Read some of the news from the past week and get a look ahead of things going on in Columbia.
Flocking together, local "birders" enjoyed camaraderie and spotted birds during their second time participating in the worldwide Big Sit event.
By the beginning of the 20th century, St. Joseph was known as a community that loved its confectionery delights. There were candy manufacturers and a number of popular confectionery stores. This week’s postcard features a souvenir postcard from the Douglas Candy Co. promoting its chocolate creams filled with assorted fruit flavors.
For most adults, traumatic situations can be overcome by talking to a therapist or a counselor who may be able to offer some perspective, but for children, it’s an entirely different story.
Drake’s “Aubrey & the Three Migos Tour” is making a surprise St. Louis stop at the Enterprise Center with a show taking place pretty soon -- Nov. 10.
It might have been a little cold and damp for Caledonia’s 17th Annual Pumpkin Fest, but the taste of typical fall weather didn’t appear to keep anyone away from the festivities in the Washington County town of less than 150 population that sees an influx of thousands of guests each year.
As I have received several phone calls and e-mails regarding REAL ID, I thought I should update you on the current status:
HOPKINS, Mo. — Members of the Hopkins Board of Aldermen voted 3-0 to approve a 15 percent water and sewer rate increase at Monday’s regular meeting held at City Hall.
Hiawatha, Kan. Ruth Montague, 106, died Oct. 12, 2018.
Albany, Mo. Robert (Bob) Steinman was born May 16, 1928, in Gentry County, Missouri, the son of Jimmy Paul and Ora Irene (Culp) Steinman and passed away Oct. 12, 2018, at Northwest Medical Center in Albany, at the age of 90.
Clifford "Red Dog" Grant York, 28, passed away Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018.
Edward "Frank" Sisk, 53, of St. Joseph, passed Saturday, Oct. 6, 2018.
Pattonsburg, Mo. Martha Lea Huff, 93, Pattonsburg, passed away Friday, Oct. 12, 2018, at a Cameron Missouri hospital.
The 41 members of the class of 1968 were the last of the St. Louis City Hospital Training School for Nurses' 1,663 graduates, which included 55 men, before the school at City Hospital merged with a school at Homer G. Phillips to become the Municipal School of Nursing.
Fans of The Artist turned out for "4U: A Symphonic Celebration of Prince" at the Fox Theatre in St. Louis on Sunday, Oct. 14, 2018. Photos by Jon Gitchoff
Two third-period goals by Ducks drops Blues record to 1-2-2.
CLAY COUNTY — Nearly 30 Clay County residents attended a town hall meeting with Clay County Presiding Commissioner Jerry Nolte Thursday, Oct. 11, at Bridge View Hall, 1041 Burlington St. in North Kansas City, to express dismay, confusion and resentment about the County Commission’s potential sale of certificates of participation for countywide facility and amenity updates.
The fading gem in north St. Louis County would be reborn as a community center teaching golf skills, culinary arts and sustainability; UMSL owns the course and would have to agree