Sun, August 31, 2014
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Governing by Amendment

Teacher tenure, limiting powers of governor among items on November ballot
by Don Corrigan
After deciding five amendments on Aug. 5, voters will now face more of the same on Nov. 4. ... more»
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Operation Clean Stream

Since 1967, tens of thousands of volunteers have taken part in Operation Clean Stream, one of the country's largest and longest running river restoration projects.... more»

Community Police Work

"Cooperative response" to Ferguson area winds down as unrest subsides
by Joe Leicht
Nearly 30 law enforcement agencies in the St. Louis area have written mutual-aid agreements to ensure a cooperative response in the event of challenges such as Ferguson has faced since the Aug. 9 fatal shooting of Michael Brown.... more»
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Kirkwood Greentree Festival

The Kirkwood Greentree Festival is held every year in Kirkwood Park, at the corner of Geyer Road and Adams Avenue.... more»

Jane W. Kurt

Jane W. Kurt, 76, a resident of Affton for 53 years, died Sunday, June 15, 2014, at home after brief hospice care. Mrs. Kurt was born Sept. 27, 1937, in St. Louis to the late Ruth (McCauley) and Carl
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Amish Country In Illinois Blends Past With Present

Horse-drawn buggies & automobiles are a common sight along roadways
Fall brings the change of seasons and an array of reasons to discover Illinois Amish Country.... more»
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Quincy, Ill.: Gem Of A River Town

Nestled on the banks of the Mississippi River, Quincy, Ill., is a gem of a river town steeped in history, hospitality, natural beauty and known for the best architecture outside of Chicago.... more»
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Metropolis: History & Superman

Metropolis, Ill., located at Exit 37 on Interstate 24 at the southernmost tip of Illinois, is the official home of Superman.... more»
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Effingham Is Place For Car Enthusiasts, Music Lovers

With the annual Corvette Funfest at Mid America Motorworks and Effingham Musicfest, fall is a great time to take a drive to Effingham, Ill.... more»
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Ride A Train In Monticello

Monticello is home of the all-volunteer Monticello Railway Museum.... more»
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Create Memories In Indiana

Take I-64 To New Harmony, Corydon
Two Indiana towns, Corydon in Harrison County and New Harmony, are a testament to the hidden treasures to be found along interstate highways.... more»
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Outdoor Fun, Music & More Down I-44 To Cuba, Steelville

The Meramec River beckons outdoor lovers to take a respite from the late summer heat without lengthy trips in the car.... more»
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Savor Beauty, Bounty Of Missouri Wine Country

Fall is the perfect time to discover this part of the state with its rolling hills, beautiful countryside, quaint German towns, plus award-winning wines.... more»

Retreat To New Haven

A family-owned business since 1978, Cedar Creek, located off Highway 100 in New Haven has facilities perfect for family getaways or business retreats.... more»
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French, German History Lessons Down I-55

Kimmswick, Ste. Genevieve & Perry County share early pioneer spirit at fall festivals
Take a drive down Interstate 55 for unique opportunities to experience Missouri's rich French and German history, while enjoying the hospitality of Kimmswick, St. Genevieve and Perry County.... more»
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Natural Wonders Abound In Ozark Highlands Near Ellington

Enjoy fall on the Ozark Trail or the area's numerous nature's water parks
Float, boat, fish, swim, hunt, camp, hike and ride the many natural wonders surrounding Ellington.... more»
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PG Comedy/Drama
Carol’s Take: According to any standards, "Frank" is an oddball movie. It follows a year or so in the life of Jon Burroughs ... read review»
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Ken and Dorothy "Dot" Trammell of Fenton celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary with a Renewal of Vows Ceremony on Aug. 2. Ken and Dot were married while in their teens in the summer of 1969.... more»
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South County Times Debuts "Ask The Expert" Reader Feature

Need tree advice? Choosing a new driveway material? Furnace making a weird noise? The South County Times wants to hear about it. ... more»
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