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Volunteer organization allows people to put their talents to good use

Volunteer organization allows people to put their talents to good use Here's some good news for people that want to get out and do good: Whether you can spare 10 hours a week or one hour a month, a specialized online service makes it easier than ever to support the arts, the environment, and community, and feel better about helping others at the same time.

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Letter Policy

Newspaper welcomes letters to the editor We encourage readers to write us. Our Opinions page expresses both the Call's viewpoints and our readers' viewpoints. We don't expect readers to always agree with our positions on the issues of the day - something would be terribly wrong if they did.

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Scouts donate items to Grace Hill

Byline: Junior Girl Scouts and Girl Scouts recently collected toys, baby items, personal care items, children's clothing and children's books and tapes to donate to Grace Hill. A total of 106 girls brought 355 items to be donated.

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Use caution when settling flood claims

Fourth of a four-part series The Missouri Bar Association urges flood victims who were asked by insurance companies to sign a release or waiver to use caution. Signing such documents may not be in a flood victim’s best interest, and only a lawyer can know for sure. Another time to consult a lawyer is when

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MHTD opens Meramec bridges for traffic

Some motorists are using the Telegraph Road bridge over the Meramec River. By Bill Milligan News Editor Bridges along the Meramec River have received a clean bill of health from highway departments and engineers, but at least one south county lawmaker is not satisfied with the process. During the flooding last month, bridges over the

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Get help settling flood damage claim

Third of a four-part series Anyone who suffered flood damage may be covered under homeowner’s, renter’s or car insurance policies. Even if victims are not sure their losses are covered, attorneys from the Missouri Bar Association urge them to file claims. When contacting an insurance company, make sure to write down the name of the

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Landlords, tenants must work together in flood aftermath

Second of a four-part series Thousands of Missourians are now living in apartments or houses that have been damaged by the flood of ’93. Carpets have been drenched; walls have been stained by water and mud; appliances have been ruined; and the smell of mildew or worse odors is everywhere. Neither landlords nor tenants caused

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