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Hermann captures FRC volleyball title

The Lady Bearcats are back on top. Hermann (25-5-1, 7-0) clinched the Four Rivers Conference volleyball championship outright Tuesday with a home sweep of St. Clair (15-13, 5-2), 25-12, 25-12, 25-20. Had the Lady Bulldogs, the 2020 conference champions, been able to pull out the win, the conference would have ended in a three-way split with Hermann, St. Clair and Pacific each sharing the conference’s crown.

Hermann captures FRC volleyball title

Week 9 Football - Pacific 46, St. James 40

It took a quarter for the Pacific offense to get going. However, once it did, the Indians (4-5, 3-3) chugged along to a 46-40 win in Week 9 at St. James (1-8, 0-6). Pacific trailed, 7-0, after one quarter, but went into halftime ahead, 22-19.

Week 9 Football - Pacific 46, St. James 40

Warren Eugene White, 67, Lake of the Ozarks, formerly of Festus

Warren Eugene White, 67, of the Lake of the Ozarks, formerly of Festus, died Oct. 16, 2021, at his home. Mr. Warren graduated from Ranken Technical School. He worked at Missouri Pacific Railroad before joining IUEC Local 3. Born Jan. 28, 1954, in St. Louis, he was the son of the late James and Eunice White.

Warren Eugene White, 67, Lake of the Ozarks, formerly of Festus

The Landing Hub boutique hotel opens in Pacific

The Landing Hub, a contactless boutique hotel, opened a few weeks ago in Pacific, Missouri, a short drive north of Route 66 in town. The Washington Missourian published a feature about the hotel and its owners, Jen Blakely and Shane Mayer: The Landing Hub’s 15 rooms have occupancies of 2, 7, 8, and 12, with a maximum hotel occupancy of 82 overnight guests.

The Landing Hub boutique hotel opens in Pacific
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Police officer hit by car on NB I-170 near St. Charles Rock Road

NORTH ST. LOUIS COUNTY ( - A police officer was hit while out of his squad car on northbound I-170 Friday evening. The crash happened near the St. Charles Rock Road exit just after 7:30 p.m. Police tell News 4 a Normandy officer had stopped to check on a disabled car in the far left lane. A MoDOT truck then pulled up behind the officer, but a car behind the truck did not slow down in time and rear ended another car, which then hit the officer. The officer was taken to a hospital with non-life threatening injuries.


Missouri high school football notebook: Hazelwood schools denied right to play postseason games at home

No athletic teams in the Hazelwood School District will be able to play host to postseason contests this school year. Since the start of the school year, the suburban St. Louis district has enforced rules to limit spectators at athletic events, and the current regulation states that visiting spectators must show proof of a COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test within a week’s time. In response, the Missouri State High School Activities Association has announced that none of the district schools – Hazelwood Central, Hazelwood East and Hazelwood West – are not allow to host postseason games in any sports.


Two women told to leave Rockwood board meeting

Two women were removed from the Rockwood School District’s Oct. 21 Board of Education meeting after they began arguing with each other. The meeting, held at Crestview Middle School in Ballwin, was stopped twice because the women engaged in a screaming match about students wearing masks and the question of whether one of the women was making a veiled threat.



Rock firefighters battle a blaze at a home on Hwy. 61-67 in Imperial

While no residents were home when a fire destroyed a house in the 6400 block of Hwy. 61-67 i…


Lake St. Louis man charged in 2019 murder arrested in California

LAKE ST. LOUIS, Mo. — A Lake St. Louis man charged with first-degree murder in a 2019 shooting in Carbondale, Illinois, has been arrested nearly 2,000 miles away. Police arrested Olando Terrel Sheron in Gardena, California, on Tuesday, WPSD-TV reported. Sheron is accused of shooting and killing Keon Lavonte Cooper...


I-70's Wentzville 'curve' to get more lanes to alleviate bottleneck

WENTZVILLE, Mo. — The St. Louis region's planning organization voted Wednesday to put $39 million toward altering part of Interstate 70 at Wentzville that backs up with traffic. St. Charles County officials said the move would allow the Missouri Department of Transportation to add lanes to 70 under the railroad...



Friday crash on Fountain curve

Emergency personnel responded about 2:05 p.m. Friday to the report of a crash on Bluff Road at Fountain Road. The initial report is there were no injuries among the vehicle’s two occupants. The Valmeyer Police Department responded to the crash scene.


'Somebody knows something': Victim's family reacts to renewed push to find I-70 serial killer

ST CHARLES, Mo. — Don and Carol Kitzmiller looked at the posters hanging on a wall inside the St. Charles Police Department and refused to sit underneath them. They read, "Tranquility. Serenity. Inner Strength." “Those words do not represent how we feel,” Carol Kitzmiller said as she prepared for an...


Chic New Kitchen Home Goods Boutique on St. Charles’ Historic Main Street Centers on Creating Camaraderie in the Kitchen

The founder of a new St. Charles storefront, Fig & Sparrow, thinks the heart of the home is more than just a place to prepare meals – it’s a place to make memories. “Most of our time is spent in the kitchen,” says Fig & Sparrow owner Courtney Cottrell. “Either we’re cooking or cleaning up, or we’re doing homework – I mean anything and everything … that’s where a lot of us congregate.”


De Soto woman hurt in crash in Shady Valley area

Melissa L. Lawrence, 30, of De Soto was injured Thursday morning (Oct. 28) in a one-vehicle accident on Hwy. 21 south of the Old Hwy. 21 Shady Valley interchange, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported. At 6:20 a.m., Lawrence was driving a 2012 GMC Yukon north on Hwy. 21, and...



Principal surprises 5-year-old student after he asks to bring Halloween costume to school

BALLWIN ( -- A kindergartener wanted to take his Halloween costume to school. When his mom objected, he asked his principal to change her mind through a video.


Patterson, Hawks plow over Mules, get bye

It wasn’t by design, but Hillsboro junior Jaxin Patterson carried the ball a season-high 37 times in the Hawks’ resounding 45-19 win Friday at Poplar Bluff. With junior quarterback Griffin Ray piloting Hillsboro’s option offense like a crafty veteran, Patterson at times was the QB’s last read on a running play. The workhorse halfback finished with 289 of his team’s 480 yards on the ground.



Eureka man arrested for alleged DWI

A 51-year-old Eureka man was arrested for suspicion of driving a motor vehicle while intoxicated. The man was arrested after he allegedly was found slumped behind the steering wheel of a car stopped on the eastbound I-44 exit ramp that leads to Six Flags Road, Eureka Police reported. The incident...


St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Editorial: Short takes on dumb pranks and ignored rescue calls

High school students are notorious for pulling dumb stunts that backfire and make the perpetrators look stupid. Society grants young people a substantial amount of leeway to screw up because, well, adults have been there themselves and can recount their own head-slapping moments of embarrassment and shame. That said, a recent incident at Ritenour High School ranks among the stupidest and is well worth the criminal investigation that might be underway.


The Making of the Zimmerman House: Tour the Des Peres Dream Home

“Luxury is about what you feel, not what you see,” summarizes Jessie D. Miller Interior Design’s namesake on her “Zimmerman House” redesign. The stunning Des Peres home was built in the ’60s, partially burned down in 1983 and then was minorly remodeled following that, by the previous owners. After this recent four-month project wrapped up in July 2020, however, the space was transformed from a mismatched home filled with random inherited and adopted furniture into a curated, cohesive, comfortable space, including select art from Miller’s own collection.



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Jefferson County Shop with A Cop Trunk or Treat on Saturday

(Jefferson County) The Jefferson County Shop with A Cop organization will host a trunk or treat ton Saturday evening at the Hillsboro Community Civic Club. Crystal City Police Chief Chad Helms says one of his officers is helping spearhead the event. The emergency vehicle that raises the most money during...


Hidden Valley announces opening day

WILDWOOD, Mo. — The leaves are changing colors and that means colder weather is on the way!. Hidden Valley Ski Resort has been looking forward to the cooler temperates so they can start blowing snow. Although the weather has not been ideal for keeping snow on the ground, Hidden Valley...


Woman’s Range Rover stolen from Maplewood QuikTrip

ST. LOUIS – Another person becomes the victim of a so-called “slider crime” Wednesday night. Just before midnight, a woman stopped to fill up her Range Rover at the QuikTrip on South Big Bend Boulevard and Manchester Road in Maplewood. That’s when witnesses tell us the thieves struck. “Little young...


St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Decorated World War II bombardier from Creve Coeur celebrates 100th birthday

Everyone's favorite 99-year-old World War II bombardier is now everyone's favorite 100-year-old bombardier. Ralph Goldsticker Jr. of Creve Coeur gathered on Tuesday with a roomful of his usual suspects — which included about a dozen bridge-playing pals and six other veterans — to cut the century-mark cake at Pietro's restaurant in south St. Louis.




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