Oakville man killed in police shooting in Maryland Heights

An Oakville man was shot and killed by Maryland Heights police over the weekend, with three officers saying he confronted them with a handgun before all three shot him. Bradley Arning, 42, of the 4400 block of El Paulo Court in Oakville, died after being taken to a hospital after the shooting. Police described him

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Disturbed brings ‘sound of silence’ to St. Louis

By L. Kent Wolgamott For the Call Disturbed will perform at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 11, with In This Moment at Chaifetz Arena, 1 S. Compton Ave. Tickets start at $49.99. On tour after tour, the hard rock/heavy metal band Disturbed listened to a heavy-metal playlist in the dressing room before its shows. On its

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Weltmer, Worthen to be wed in June 2020 in Columbia, Illinois

John and Debbie Weltmer of St. Louis County and Wayne and Kathy Worthen of Granite City, Illinois, happily announce the engagement of their children, Megan Nicole and Christopher Wayne. Ms. Weltmer is a special-education teacher for Coordinated Youth Services in Granite City. Mr. Worthen works for Bausch-Lomb in St. Louis as a medical instruments technician.

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Jim and Elaine Woelich celebrate 50 years of holy matrimony

Jim and Elaine Woelich celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a private family celebration June 21. James R. Woelich Jr. and Elaine M. Dallas were united in holy matrimony June 27, 1969 at Ste. Genevieve Catholic Church in Ste. Genevieve. They are the parents of Chris (Heather) Woelich and Erich (Susan) Woelich. They have three

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Affton School District lowers its tax rate even more

The Affton Board of Education rolled back the property tax rate for taxpayers in the Affton School District even more this year. The school board unanimously approved the 2019 blended tax rate of $4.9191 Sept. 24. This includes a voluntary tax rollback of 35 cents the board chose to take in 2017, as well as

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