Steve Stenger

Most Oakville citizens will see new trash haulers this week

Pictured above: A follow-up on an earlier Call story: Oakville resident Annie Miskovic and her son Sam, 3, always waited every week for their former Republic trash hauler, Fred Davenport, who developed a friendship with the boy. Although most of Oakville is switching trash providers, Sam will still be able to see Fred in action because

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Stenger won’t appeal ruling on police standards

County Executive Steve Stenger recently announced that he is dropping the court case defending his proposed countywide police standards that was filed by Sunset Hills and other cities with municipal police departments. After the County Council approved the standards in December 2015, Sunset Hills and 15 other cities banded together to challenge the standards in

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POW-MIA Museum opens

Byline: Before County Executive Steve Stenger spoke at the opening of the POW-MIA Museum in Jefferson Barracks last week, he met two of Missouri’s last remaining ex-prisoners of war, from left, World War II veterans Wilburn Rowden and Ralph Kalberloh. Both are in their 90s and are from Jefferson City. Since the number of ex-POWs in the state has dwindled from a high of 40,000, the Missouri Department of American Ex-Prisoners of War was formally deactivated with a final salute at the Sept. 16 ceremony. Army Air Corps B-17 tail gunner Kalberloh and Air Force draftee Rowden were both shot

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