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Is ‘God Bless America’ propaganda or hate speech? No, writer says

April 13, 2021

To the editor: Recently I ended a Facebook posting with the simple sign-off “God Bless America.” It was sad how many hate-filled responses from total strangers that this simple and long-used phrase...

Remote meetings are good and bad; let’s keep the good 

Remote meetings are good and bad; let’s keep the good 

By Gloria Lloyd, News Editor April 8, 2021

Like everywhere else, it’s been a unique year in the history of the Sunshine Law in South County, with the county and cities holding meetings by videoconferencing. The only government entity in South...

Letters to the editor

Local high schoolers study issues surrounding marijuana legalization

April 8, 2021

To the editor: Hello, we are Laney Jorstad and Katarina Andzic from Lindbergh High School. We are doing a health issues project for our anatomy class, and we have been researching the concept of legalizing...

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‘We are living human beings at conception,’ Oakville deacon asserts

April 7, 2021

To the editor: Letter writer Michael Nolan criticized previous writer, Jan Tucker, for saying abortion is evil because it destroys life and life begins at conception. He states that some people think...

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Lindbergh class project leads to conclusions for artificial sweeteners

April 7, 2021

To the editor: Cole Sunderland and myself, Adam Reed, are seniors at Lindbergh High School. For our anatomy class, we took a look into how artificial sweeteners have affected student’s health. Artificial...

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There is a solution for Electoral College: The National Popular Vote

April 6, 2021

To the editor: Thank you, Mr. Michael Broughton, for pointing out in a Nov. 19 letter the current way we elect the president is unfair. A vote in Missouri is not equal to a vote in a battleground state...

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MOU organizer asks residents to vote to upgrade schools with a ‘zero-tax-rate increase’

April 5, 2021

To the editor: It’s simple, really. The Mehlville School District’s Proposition S bond issue on the April 6 ballot is a zero-tax-rate increase. It is a reallocation of funds that are already being...

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Concord resident wants to see Stegman re-elected, asks for ‘continuation of good governance’

April 5, 2021

To the editor: As a 30-year resident and taxpayer living in the Mehlville Fire Protection District, I write to ask my fellow citizens to vote for the re-election of Bonnie Stegman on April 6 to the...

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Letter writer has concerns about Mehlville School District’s ‘no-tax-rate-increase’ bond issue

April 4, 2021

To the editor: This week we received a letter outlining the proposed Mehlville School District bond proposal.  For the most part, the work seems reasonable. Although the cost is $2.4 million per...

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Sunset Hills resident supports Marie Davis for alderman due to her time serving community

April 3, 2021

To the editor: Marie Davis is the most qualified candidate for Ward 2 alderman based on her over 20 years of community service to nonprofit organizations, business ownership  and the Sunset Hills/Crestwood...

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