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The Lake Saint Louis Police Department is partnering with St. Louis BWorks and the Lake Saint Louis Farmers and Artists Market to take those old bicycles off your hands! The bike drive will take place on Saturday, July 13 from 8 a.m. until noon at the Lake Saint Louis Farmers and Artists Mar…

Summer is officially here. Kids are out in their yards, riding their bikes, walking to friends’ houses or to their neighborhood pool. Increased pedestrians and bicyclists means it’s a great time to remind everyone to take it easy.

The City of Wentzville is pleased to announce the purchase of the Lindenwood Ice Arena. During its meeting on Wednesday, June 12, the Wentzville Board of Aldermen finalized plans for the purchase of the Lindenwood Ice Arena (910 Main Plaza Dr.). The arena was purchased for $2 million, which …

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Mosquitoes are both a nuisance and a health concern, as their bites may spread diseases to people and pets. A team effort between residents and the Division of Environmental Health and Protection helps “Block the Bite” and reduces the risk of exposure to disease-carrying mosquitoes in St. Ch…

Tiger Docks recently installed a state-of-the-art anchoring system from Seaflex to help the Lake Saint Louis Community Association remedy a long-standing problem for docks at the main marina. The outdated and non-functional block to cable anchoring system that they had, couldn’t properly han…

City Staff, The Board of Aldermen, and I are currently working, discussing, and finalizing the City of Lake Saint Louis’s budget for next fiscal year (July 2019 - June 2020) Once again we have a balanced budget with additional funds available for more street projects and new Parks projects. …

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Due to the recent widespread flooding along the Missouri River over the past month, Missouri State Parks and the Missouri State Park Foundation are canceling the 2019 Katy Trail Ride set for next month.The five-day, 240-mile ride annual ride, which takes travelers through many of Missouri's …

This past weekend, summer officially arrived in Wentzville – with the opening of the pools! Summer wouldn’t be complete without some pool time, a Rod Run event, or Wentzville’s annual July 4th Parade and Liberty Fest.

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Students from Crossroads Elementary in the Wentzville School District won the 2018-2019 Green Schools Quest, coordinated by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) - Missouri Gateway Chapter. The competition challenges students in St. Louis area public and private schools to devise and imple…

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Bragging rights have been awarded to 18 students across the U.S. for having the best handwriting in the country. These winners are among the more than 250,000 students in kindergarten through eighth grade who competed in the 2019 Zaner-Bloser National Handwriting Contest, which recognizes st…

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4th of July will be here before we know it and there are new rules for shooting off fireworks this year. Limited use of fireworks will be legal on July 3rd and July 4th from noon until 10:30PM.   These hours will be strictly enforced.  Outside this time frame summonses may be issued and fire…

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The Timberland High School Theatre Department was nominated for twelve awards in the third annual St. Louis High School Musical Theatre Awards (SLHSMTA) for their production of The Addams Family at the SLHSMTA Medallion Ceremony at the Fox Theatre on May 6. The program is designed to celebra…

It is with great pride that we will be sharing this month the work of the 2018-19 CSIP Steering Committee. The District’s Comprehensive School Improvement Plan is a five-year strategy that guides our curriculum, our culture, our staffing and our financial focus. The process of forming a new …

The first of two readings of a Wentzville city ordinance amending chapter 405 zoning regulations to provide specific definitions for medical marijuana uses occurred Wednesday, May 8.

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Governor Michael Parsons confirmed at a press conference last Wednesday that General Motors (GM) and the Missouri government are in serious discussions about cutting a financial deal for the auto company if they invest around a billion dollars in their Wentzville plant. Parsons specified tha…

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In keeping with a Lake Saint Louis tradition of honoring those brave men and women of our armed forces who gave their lives for our country, the Lake Saint Louis Veterans Committee cordially invites everyone to attend a patriotic and solemn Memorial Day Ceremony on Monday, May 27 at 9 a.m.  …

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County Executive Steve Ehlmann will ask the County Council next Monday evening to consider passing an ordinance that would ban the drug Kratom and related substances in St. Charles County. Kratom, an herb, affects the same opioid brain receptors as morphine and appears to have properties tha…

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Seeds of Hope is the new name for a program that has been serving high risk youth with special or exceptional needs in St. Charles, Lincoln and Warren Counties since 1965, previously known as the Foster Grandparents Program.

Timberland senior Nathaniel Beattie has been named a recipient of the 2019 Holley Scholarship from the Missouri United School Insurance Council (MUSIC). Beattie is one of six recipients chosen from over 250 applicants for the $2,000 scholarship, which is open to students in all 475 MUSIC mem…

A lot of people don’t know this about me, but I am CRAZY about Monopoly. I absolutely love the game. In fact, I actually collect Monopoly boards.

Lake Saint Louis officials are pleased to announce that the St. Louis Metro Section of the American Planning Association has recognized the City’s Comprehensive Plan as this year’s recipient of the award for Outstanding Plan Making. This award recognizes one plan each year that advances city…

“Hollywood” came to Lake Saint Louis about a week ago to kick off the movie “Breakthrough” - a true event that had all the makings of a Hollywood movie. I know many residents will remember when just over four years ago on a January day, three young men fell through the ice into Lake Sainte L…

Three years ago, Laura Stocker’s family and friends gathered by the hundreds to say their goodbyes and pay their final respects. A number of her clients were in attendance as well - such was her impact on this world. She wasn’t just full of life. She was full of kindness and joy - both of wh…

With the amount of rain the area had recently our lake is just under flood stage and many of the coves are out of their banks. Lake St. Louis residents with an email on file was alerted to this issue and to check your boats security. To date there have been five boats come loose from their l…

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Unofficial results from April 2’s voting are in, though it was mostly a sleepy election for Lake Saint Louis and Wentzville.

For the 10th consecutive year, St. Charles County ranks at the top of Missouri’s “Healthiest Counties” list. The annual County Health Rankings report, released today by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin’s Population Health Institute, places St. Charles County…