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Reforming the Tax Code a Luetkemeyer Priority

June 23, 2017
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Reforming the Tax Code a Luetkemeyer Priority

There has been a lot of talk in Washington about our nation’s tax code and I want you to know that reforming and modernizing our outdated tax system is a priority of the House of Representatives. I think we can all agree that under our current tax code, there are too many Americans and...

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Wentzville’s Liberty Fest and Annual 4th of July Parade

June 22, 2017
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Wentzville’s Liberty Fest and Annual 4th of July Parade

Make plans to attend Wentzville’s 2017 Liberty Fest and annual 4th of July parade. You won’t want to miss anything – and, with the exception of reasonably priced concessions, it’s all free! The fun kicks off with the parade at 10 a.m. The parade begins at the corner of Campus Drive and Pearce Boulevard...

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Former Lincoln County Principal Pleads Guilty To Child Sex Abuse Charges

June 22, 2017
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Former Lincoln County Principal Pleads Guilty To Child Sex Abuse Charges

A former elementary school principal in the Lincoln County R-3 School District entered a guilty plea Wednesday to 16 counts of sex crimes involving children as part of a plea agreement. 40 year old Phillip G. Brock II pled guilty to 10 counts of sexual contact with a student, three counts of sexual exploitation...

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Sullivan Man Arrested On Assault Charges

June 22, 2017
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Sullivan Man Arrested On Assault Charges

Franklin County authorities have arrested a Sullivan man on domestic assault charges. 29 year old William R. Kelly has been charged with 2nd degree domestic assault.   His bond was set at $20,000. The charges stem from an incident that occurred early Tuesday morning.  Deputies were called to the Missouri Baptist Hospital in Sullivan in...

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Wentzville School District To Participate In HOMEWORKS! Program

June 22, 2017
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Wentzville School District To Participate In HOMEWORKS! Program

The Wentzville School District Board of Education has approved an agreement with HOME WORKS!, the St. Louis-based Teacher Home Visit Program, beginning with two schools this fall. Teachers and counselors from Heritage Primary and Pearce Hall, which houses the District’s Alternative Program, will visit the homes of students who have been identified as performing...

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Lindenwood Billiards Hot Shots Make History at 9-Ball Championships

June 21, 2017
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Lindenwood Billiards Hot Shots Make History at 9-Ball Championships

Billiards standout Briana Miller won her fourth-consecutive women’s national title, and teammate Chris Robinson won his first men’s national championship as Lindenwood University continued its unprecedented domination of the ACUI Collegiate 9-Ball Championships. Miller became the first player ever to claim a fourth straight ACUI billiards national title by defeating Heather Platter of the...

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Police Released Identity Of Man Who Robbed Credit Union

June 21, 2017
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Police Released Identity Of Man Who Robbed Credit Union

Authorities have released the identity of a man who robbed a St. Peters credit union and then led police on a chase before jumping off a bridge into the Missouri River in an attempt to escape. The suspect has been identified as 44 year old Austin Denson of Wentzville. On Monday, Denson robbed the...

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Troy Man Accused Of Stealing Woman’s Bank Card

June 21, 2017
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Troy police have arrested a man after he stole a woman’s wallet and used her bank card to make purchases. 43 year old Shane E. Warren of Troy has been charged with felony stealing and forgery. The charges stem from an incident that occurred on June 6.  Police say that Warren allegedly entered the front...

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Franklin County Auction Owner Sentenced In Federal Court

June 21, 2017
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Franklin County Auction Owner Sentenced In Federal Court

The owner of a Franklin County auction company has been ordered to repay $3.2 million to former clients after pleading guilty to federal charges of bank and mail fraud. Sentencing was handed down Tuesday in federal court in St. Louis for 77 year old Stuart B. Millner of Union.  Millner had pleaded guilty in...

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City Of Winfield To Seek Federal Grant For Additional Police Officers

June 21, 2017
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The city of Winfield will seek a grant to hire two additional police officers. The board of aldermen voted last week to apply for the grant, which is offered through the U.S. Department of Justice’s Community Oriented Policing Services or COPS program. The grant money would cover 75 percent of the expense of hiring...

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