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When people choose to move to Wentzville they are choosing more than just a place to live, they are choosing a home in a safe city. They are putting down roots and becoming part of our growing community.

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The Liberty High School Varsity Dance Team captured first place at the Missouri Dance Team Association (MDTA) State Competition held at the Family Arena in St. Charles, Missouri on Saturday, February 23. The “Liberty Belles” earned first place with their “Pom” routine and first place with th…

From April 1 through May 31, eligible residents can apply for a City utility-tax refund. To be eligible for a refund, Wentzville residents must rent or own their primary residence in the City of Wentzville, be at least 65 years old or considered totally disabled by Social Security, and have …

As required by state law, the St. Charles County Assessor will mail approximately 49,000 personal property assessment forms for 2019 by March 15 to taxpayers who failed to respond to the initial January mailing. Forms were due by March 1. Late filing penalties will be applied on May 1.

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The Timberland High School Student Council (STUCO) has been elected President of the Missouri Association of Student Councils (MASC) for the 2019-2020 school year, the highest honor a council can receive in the state. MASC’s mission is to provide programs and resources that develop positive …

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As you may recall, I spent the better part of the past decade running an international marketing agency. Part of my job involved setting – and enforcing – rates.

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On March 8, at approximately 5:12 a.m., Lake Saint Louis Police responded to the area of Grey Pine Court for a report of a domestic disturbance. Per the reporting parties, a 39 year old adult male son, who reportedly suffers from mental illness, assulated another family member with a knife t…

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Kids across America are growing, and some are earning, a lot of “green” participating in the National Bonnie Plants Third Grade Cabbage Program.

St. Charles County consistently ranks at the top of the list of Missouri’s healthiest counties. To ensure the county continues to maintain this healthy status, the St. Charles County Department of Public Health is leading community-wide effort called Mobilizing for Action through Planning an…

The 42nd Annual Builders St. Louis Home and Garden Show returns to America’s Center Thursday, March 7 through Sunday March 10. One of the largest quality consumer home shows in North America, the Home & Garden Show gives area consumers an opportunity to see, learn about and buy the lates…

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From April 1 through May 31, eligible residents can apply for a City utility-tax refund. To be eligible for a refund, Wentzville residents must rent or own their primary residence in the City of Wentzville, be at least 65 years old or considered totally disabled by Social Security, and have …

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The Wentzville School District is proud to announce that seniors Jasper Pendino from Holt High School and Rishi Kondapaneni from Liberty High School have both been selected as finalists in the 64th Annual National Merit Scholarship Program. Finalists represent less than 1 percent of U.S. hig…

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1/1/19 - Lake St. Louis police officers responded to the area of Bent Oak Drive in reference to a report of trespassing. A 45 year-old female suspect was identified, but not located. The investigation is still ongoing.

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Residents living in and around your community can learn about their risk for cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, diabetes, and other chronic, serious conditions with affordable screenings by Life Line Screening.  

In my Jan. 12 article, I covered several items from my 2018 State of the City including the City’s recently adopted Comprehensive Plan, the status of the new Wentzville Post Office (expected to open in late spring), utility billing enhancements and more. To continue, I’d like to provide you …

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The most popular robots known to man may be R2D2 and CP3O, but Mac Burkemper and Shane Huddleston would like to introduce 14085. Shane, a seventh grader at Barat Prep School in Chesterfield, likes robotics “mostly because I get to learn about technology and use coding software.”