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Missouri Cancels $300 Federal COVID-19 Unemployment Benefit, Cites Labor Shortage

JEFFERSON CITY, MO – Governor Mike Parson has announced that Missouri will join several states ending pandemic-related federal programs that include extra payments to unemployed workers. Parson said on Tuesday that the additional benefits are causing a labor shortage in … Continue reading

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Funny Bone Comedy Moving To Streets Of St. Charles

ST. CHARLES, MO – Funny Bone St. Louis, a comedy night club, is relocating to St. Charles. This fall, the club will relocate its WestPort Plaza location to the Streets of St. Charles, between Prasino and Arch Apparel. “We will … Continue reading

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De Smet Head Football Coach Resigns, Takes Coaching Job With Minnesota Vikings

ST. LOUIS, MO – Robert Steeples, the De Smet Jesuit Head football coach who spent parts of two seasons with the Minnesota Vikings in 2013 and 2014, will leave the school to take an assistant coaching role with the NFL … Continue reading

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300 Restrooms Going Gender-Neutral In St. Louis County Government Buildings

CLAYTON, MO – St. Louis County government buildings will be getting more gender-neutral bathrooms. An executive order signed by County Executive Dr. Sam Page will turn around 300 single-stall restrooms into a place anyone can go. The signs for each … Continue reading

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Vaccine Passport Not Likely In Missouri

JEFFERSON CITY, MO – Missouri Governor Mike Parson is making his position on a vaccine passport crystal clear. A message he posted to Twitter and Facebook Monday is going viral, “I do NOT support a vaccine passport and have no … Continue reading

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Reds’ suspend Castellanos 2 games for brawl with St. Louis Cardinals

CINCINNATI, OH — Cincinnati Reds outfielder Nick Castellanos was suspended for two games and fined Monday for his role in an on-field brawl during the season’s opening weekend, the first discipline given by Michael Hill in his new role as … Continue reading

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Medical Marijuana Dispensary Opening Friday In St. Peters

ST. PETERS, MO – BeLeaf Medical is preparing to open Missouri’s latest medical marijuana dispensary Friday. The state has granted licenses to 192 medical dispensaries. Swade Cannabis Dispensary will be the first of BeLeaf’s Medical five medical-marijuana dispensaries in Missouri … Continue reading

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U.S. Navy Ship USS Bonhomme Richard Catches Fire Injuring 18 Sailors

SAN DIEGO, CA – Eighteen sailors were hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries Sunday in a fire burning on the USS Bonhomme Richard at Naval Base San Diego, U.S. Navy officials said. The San Diego Fire-Rescue Dept. said multiple agencies had … Continue reading

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St. Charles County Fair CANCELED Due To COVID-19

ST. CHARLES, MO – St. Charles County Fair has been canceled due to social distancing guidelines due to the CoVid-19. Fair organizers said they brainstormed ways to keep everyone safe and to follow guidelines, but couldn’t find a feasible option. … Continue reading

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Dierbergs Markets Fill Its Salad Bar w/ Beer, Cereal & Candy

ST. LOUIS, MO – If you’ve stepped foot in a grocery store lately, you know things around your local shop look a little different as retailers take steps to slow wthe spread of the coronavirus. This includes the loss of … Continue reading

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