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Trenton City Council approves ordinances and six motions at Monday evening meeting

Actions taken Monday night by the Trenton City Council include approval of two ordinances and six motions. Two of the topics resulted in split votes of the council. With a roll call vote of six in favor and two opposed, a conditional use permit was issued by ordinance to Terry Hearn to operate a used car lot at 907 East 9th Street. Approval had been recommended by the Planning and Zoning Commission with the condition that the car lot be paved prior to use. Voting “no” without public explanation were Councilmen Lance Otto and Robert Romesburg.
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Pokemon GO November 2021: Dia de Muertos and events galore

Today we’re taking a peek at the calendar for the month of November, 2021. It begins on November 1, 2021 with two events and one launch. There’s GO Battle Day starting at 12AM local time (that’s right as the day switches from October 31 to November 1). There’ll also be a Dia de Muertos on November 1 that’ll start at 10AM local time- no matter where you live in the world.
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Wildcats Kickoff Saturday At 6pm In Breese

The Salem Wildcats playoff game at Breese Central will be Saturday night at 6pm. Other 4a playoff games Saturday include at 1pm Carterville hosting Harrisburg. At 3 it’s Macomb at Murphysboro and Cahokia at Rochester and then at 7pm it’s Mt Zion hosting Paris. On Friday night in 4a, Olney is at Freeburg, Civic Memorial at Quincy Notre Dame and Columbia plays at Sacred Heart Griffin.

Woman Forced To Negotiate With Intruder While On Hold With Police

A St. Louis woman was forced to try and negotiate with an intruder at her home while being kept on hold with police for approximately eight minutes. The woman, who has asked not to be identified, called 911 from her home in St. Louis, Missouri on Sunday, October 24 after realising an intruder had entered her gated garden and was trying to get into her home.

Gaither Vocal Band sets St. Louis show

ST. LOUIS — Following a 14-month touring hiatus due to the worldwide pandemic, touring has resumed for Bill Gaither and his multi-Grammy Award winning Gaither Vocal Band at The Faith Church in St Louis at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 18. For more than seven decades Gaither, now 85, has traveled...
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7 Bedroom Home in St Louis - $245,000

Former KMOV reporter: ‘Let go’ over COVID-19 vaccine mandate After freshman taken to hospital, Mizzou suspends all fraternity activities Judge sacks lawyer Bob Blitz from St. Louis relocation lawsuit against Rams, NFL Police: Ballwin man ran over 72-year-old during road rage incident at Parkway South High School Gordon: Mozeliak's PR disaster ranks as the strangest of them all.