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Missouri Attorney General sues Wentzville Board of Education for unlawfully concealing transgender bathroom policy in closed meetings
Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey filed suit against Wentzville School District’s Board of Education for concealing a transgender student bathroom usage policy in direct violation of Missouri’s Open Meetings Law. After one Wentzville school board member stated that “quite frankly, it’s not the parents’ business” to know about the bathroom policy, two other members of the school board emerged as whistleblowers. Over forty community members followed suit, filing formal complaints with the Attorney General’s Office.
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UAW Local 31 Vice President shares update on strike
Tony Pryor, UAW Local 31 vice president, provided an update as workers head into week two of their strike.
Pizza Lovers' Paradise: Unearthing Wentzville's Top 3 Pizzerias
In this article, we're exploring three top-notch pizza stores in Wentzville. Have you had the chance to taste their delicious offerings yet? If yes, we'd love to hear your thoughts! Please feel free to share your experiences in the comments section below.
'The Voice' Season Return: Anticipation Build as Ruby Leigh, Missouri Teen, Prepares for Debut
The latest season of The Voice has returned to NBC, introducing new talent including Ruby Leigh, a 16-year-old from Foley, Missouri. Leigh is expected to make her first appearance during the show's blind auditions. Meanwhile, back in Foley, local supporters gathered at JP's Hideout Bar and Grill in Cottleville, Missouri, to cheer for their hometown singer.
Missing Weldon Spring man found safe
ST. CHARLES COUNTY, Mo. — An Endangered Silver Advisory for a missing man with dementia was quickly canceled after the man was found safe Tuesday. The St. Charles County Police Department said the man was reported missing Monday from an assisted living facility in Weldon Spring. Police said he left the assisted care facility on Monday and never arrived for an appointment on Tuesday.
Scenes from the Warrenton Fall Festival
A large number of people attended the Warrenton Fall Festival on Sept. 23. The event stretched from Friedens Church to the Warren County Courthouse and included food and vendors, a car show, a cornhole tournament, and all kinds of music. The event also had an area for kids that included...
UAW workers in Wentzville, Missouri say their spirits are high | First Listen
UAW workers in Wentzville, Missouri say their spirits are high. Chris Richmond talks about Moving Pillsbury Forward hosting artists at the site. Michelle Eccles anchors NPR Illinois' Morning Edition. Michelle has more than 30 years of experience in broadcasting which all began at her high school radio station, Homewood-Flossmoor High School in Flossmoor, Illinois. She attended Southern Illinois University Carbondale for her Bachelor of Arts in Communication with a focus in Radio Television and went on to become an award winning anchor and reporter for stations in Decatur and Springfield.
Fire breather, hula hoops, and more at Warrenton Fall Festival circus
Oh My Gosh Josh, Elliot The Entertainer, Ozum, and Calico put on quite a show for kids, parents, and other attendees at the Warrenton Fall Festival on Sept. 23. The circus featured juggling, hula hooping, aerial acts and fire breathing. The show went on for two hours and provided quite a spectacle at the major community event.
Students Take Advantage of the Benefits of Dual Enrollment
What if you could replace some of your high school classes with college courses, and get credit for both at a discounted rate?. Dual enrollment offers a classic kill two birds with one stone opportunity for seniors who are eager to get a jump on their college careers and save money. The program is flexible, giving students a say in the number of courses they take and which college or university they take them through.
Family-Run Triple M Acres Farm Emerges as Leading Organic Produce Supplier in Warrenton, MO
Located in Warrenton, Missouri, Triple M Acres Farm is a family-owned urban farm known for high-quality organic vegetables. Managed by a family of eight members, this farm started operating in 2019 and became recognized in 2020.
St. Charles County Council Prioritizes Residents' Concerns, Rejects Two Local Business Proposals
The St. Charles County Council rejected two business proposals after local residents voiced their concerns. The first proposal, unanimously voted down, involved the construction of an 88-foot-tall AT&T cell phone tower in a residential area. Despite claims that it would improve cell phone service, residents and the Council agreed it could negatively affect property values.
Work to add third lane to Interstate 70 through Warren County should start next year
Work to add a third lane to Interstate 70 through Warren County could start as soon as a year from now. The section from the I-64 interchange near Wentzville through Warrenton has been listed as phase two of the six phase project that will add an additional eastbound and westbound lane to the interstate.
Cell tower along Tower Road denied
A cell tower proposed along Towers Road in a location surrounded on three sides by single-family homes has been denied. The project and related rezoning had been vigorously opposed by area residents, and on Sept. 28, the St. Charles County Council agreed with those homeowners. Huster Holdings, LLC had requested...
Warrenton aldermen approve hiring two new SROs for elementary schools
Warrenton aldermen approved a new agreement with the Warren County R-III School District to provide two additional school resource officers during the Sept. 19 meeting. The agreement passed the board by a vote of 6-0. The agreement states that the school district will pay two-thirds of the cost of the...
Wright City applies for grant to help improve downtown area
Aldermen approved applying for a grant that would help the Wright City improve its downtown area during the Sept. 14 meeting. “This is a grant that we applied for last year but were not granted,” Mayor Michelle Heiliger said. “So our grant writer has attended some meetings, guiding us onto this that can make us more appealing to be awarded this grant, and she is putting together a new grant.”
Prominent Congresswomen Rally Behind Sustained Auto Workers’ Strike in Wentzville
The ten-day auto workers strike in Wentzville, Missouri, led by the United Auto Workers (UAW) Local 2250, saw support from two distinguished lawmakers from Washington. Congresswomen Cori Bush and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez spoke up in support of the strikers at a recent rally.
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Troy man seriously injured after being hit by car near Wright City
A Troy man was seriously injured after being struck by a car near Wright City on Sept. 21. The accident occurred at 9:35 p.m. on the North Outer Road east of Highway J, according to a report filed by the Missouri State Highway Patrol. The report says that 31-year-old James...
Holt football gets first win since 2021: What clicked for the Ironmen
Holt football got its first victory of the season last Friday, defeating Dallas County by a score of 28-12. The win marks the first victory under first-year coach Brian Newton, who took over the Ironmen program earlier this year, and the team's first win since Sept. 17, 2021. "We knew...