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Reader questions who will be left to ‘protect and serve’

August 27, 2021

To the editor: Who will answer the 911 call when no one is there to take it? Who will defend us, protect us, serve us when we cut the budget we no longer believe? To serve and protect is what...

Letters to the editor

Last year’s presidential election was ‘momentous,’ this reader writes

August 26, 2021

To the editor: It goes without saying the 2020 presidential election was a momentous election. Today’s American children will live with the consequences. I am a supporter of former President Trump...

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Writer tells parents to ‘heed this warning’ about critical race theory

August 26, 2021

To the editor: We should all be very concerned about critical race theory being taught in our public schools. If you’re a parent of a child attending school in Missouri, especially in the Lindbergh...

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Writer thanks South County community for generosity and kindness

August 25, 2021

To the editor: I would like to thank the people in South County for being so helpful to a stranger when I needed help, like opening doors, taking carts back inside, helping me at the laundromat going...

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Pediatrician gives advice on drowning prevention for children

August 25, 2021

To the editor: Thank you for reporting the remarkable story of Emma Sullivan and her friends, the Oakville High School graduates who saved a drowning teenager at Johnson’s Shut-Ins earlier this month....

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Pedestrian deaths in St. Louis County should lead to street changes

July 31, 2021

To the editor: Five pedestrians died in St. Louis County over five weeks last fall. The county needs to take the lead on prioritizing safer streets.  St. Louis County utilizes our taxes and our...

Letters to the editor

No cases of election fraud found in Missouri and few found nationally

July 30, 2021

To the editor: The Jan. 7 St. Louis Call had a front page article: “South County lawmakers join Giuliani in calls to investigate voter fraud.” Turning to the internet looking into voter fraud, I...

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Legacy of August Kassebaum should be honored, not become a QT

July 29, 2021

To the editor: I attended the online public meeting regarding the early plans to build a QuikTrip at 5040 Lemay Ferry Road after reading in the news that the historic building may be torn down. “That’s...

Letters to the editor

Reader responds to an equity, diversity letter on efforts in the district

July 28, 2021

To the editor: I find it somewhat bizarre that one who claims to be dedicated to understanding students of color and indeed participated in many programs centered on inclusion would then respond with...

Our Call: Historic preservation laws needed for now and future

Our Call: Historic preservation laws needed for now and future

July 27, 2021

Imagine 100 years from now, driving in your flying car down Lemay Ferry Road. Approaching the Butler Hill intersection, you look at the corner and see ye olde QuikTrip, a historic gas station perfectly...

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