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Satellite voting is open in St. Louis County through Monday ahead of Nov. 3 election

Students at Oakville Elementary participate in 'Kids Voting' for the November 2018 election.

October 30, 2020

The November general election is five days away, and it’s important for voters who still need to cast their vote to understand their options for voting prior to or on Election Day. The St. Louis County Board of Elections has taken extra precautions to keep all polls safe due to the COVID-19 pandemic, ele...

Why Isn’t My Weekly Newspaper in My Mailbox?

Why Isn’t My Weekly Newspaper in My Mailbox?

By Deborah Baker, Publisher

October 30, 2020

I walk out to the mailbox looking for the Call’s weekly mailed edition. As publisher, I know the pandemic has forced a reduced mailing schedule, but habit has made me forget it’s a partial mail week and my subdivision's postal route isn’t included for this particular week’s edition. After...

South County Election Guide 2020

South County Election Guide 2020

By Gloria Lloyd, News Editor

October 29, 2020

From president to local contests in Missouri, St. Louis County and South County, a number of important elections will be decided Tuesday, Nov. 3, and the Call Newspapers Election Guide is here to give you everything you need to know before voting in person or by mail ahead of time. There are four...

Senate hopefuls Beck and Lenihan debate health care, economy and more in forum

Rep. Doug Beck, left, and David Lenihan, right.

By Erin Achenbach, Staff Reporter

October 27, 2020

Rep. Doug Beck, D-Affton, discussed issues such as health care and the economy with his Republican rival for the 1st District Missouri Senate seat, political newcomer David Lenihan, in a virtual forum hosted Friday by the St. Louis Regional Chamber. Beck is a former member of the Affton Board of Educatio...

Take our poll: Will you be voting to re-elect U.S. Rep. Ann Wagner?

State Sen. Jill Schupp, left, and U.S. Rep. Ann Wagner, right.

October 26, 2020

  For more coverage of U.S. Rep. Ann Wagner's re-election race versus Missouri Sen. Jill Schupp, see the candidates' Call questionnaires.

Amendment 3 reverts redistricting change voters approved in Clean Missouri

Sen. Dan Hegeman, R-Cosby, speaks to members of the Missouri Press Association about Amendment 3 in January 2020, the same day that debate on the Senate resolution for the amendment began.

By Gloria Lloyd, News Editor

October 23, 2020

Voters will consider two amendments to the Missouri Constitution in the election Tuesday, Nov. 3, highlighted by Amendment 3, a partial rerun of the Clean Missouri amendment approved by voters in November 2018 that has been dubbed “Cleaner Missouri” by its backers and “Dirty Missouri” by its op...

Parson, Galloway spar on COVID, policing, health care in debate

Gov. Mike Parson enters the stage, passing State Auditor Nicole Galloway before the Missouri gubernatorial debate at the Missouri Theatre in Columbia on Friday, Oct. 9, 2020 (Robert Cohen for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

By Gloria Lloyd, News Editor

October 22, 2020

In what will likely be the only in-person debate among the four candidates for Missouri governor, Gov. Mike Parson and state Auditor Nicole Galloway sparred over COVID-19, budget priorities and policing in a forum sponsored by the Missouri Press Association Oct. 9. Parson, a Republican who took office af...

St. Louis County unveils app with Election Day wait times, opens satellite voting Thursday

Students at Oakville Elementary participate in 'Kids Voting' for the November 2018 election.

October 21, 2020

The Nov. 3 general election is less than two weeks away, so important dates and deadlines are quickly approaching for voters in St. Louis County. While the deadline for registering to vote has passed, voters are still able to update their name and address. Updates may be made at www.stlouiscovotes.c...

South County high schools open for the first time since March

Teacher Samantha Wanko talks to incoming kindergarteners at Bierbaum Elementary  in the Mehlville School District in August about procedures and Chromebook pickup.

By Erin Achenbach, Staff Reporter

October 21, 2020

With more and more students returning to in-person learning, South County’s public high schools are set to open their doors for the first time since March, when the COVID-19 pandemic forced schools to close. Schools around South County are welcoming students back to in-person learning as COVID-19 ...

Trick-or-treating is safety risk, county says

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By Gloria Lloyd, News Editor

October 15, 2020

St. Louis County has issued a rating system for how safe Halloween activities are during the COVID-19 pandemic, and traditional trick-or-treating is classified as a high-risk activity. The county says its Halloween safety advice rates the various ways to “celebrate Halloween safely during the COV...

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