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By Nichole Richardson
(Editor’s note: Correspondent Nichole Richardson discusses the roles of parenting a young child when she brings a new man into their lives.)
As a Mother, there are so many things to worry about; ranging from the most minute of things like how long those Cheerios have been on the floor, all the way through how to ensure you raise a child full of integrity, virtue, and empathy for others.
Low water conditions along the Mississippi River, which has effected barge traffic on the country’s busiest waterway, are still quite evident. These photos were taken from the Chain of Rocks Bridge on Jan. 19. The top view looking north shows a long sand bar in the middle of the river. In bottom photo, looking south towards downtown, shows debris clogging the river channel.
Residents of The Villa at Riverwood were in the spirit of giving recently when they presented the Hazelwood Police Explorers Post #9217 with a donation of $740. Proceeds from a holiday craft bazaar, silent auction, and recycling efforts with aluminum cans were combined for this final total.
Christmas trees can have a second life after the holidays by providing home for fish—and an advantage for anglers.
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) is accepting used natural Christmas trees to create fish habitat in Lake 35 on the August A. Busch Conservation Area in St. Charles, and in Creve Coeur Lake.
Excitement and anticipation are the names of the game as audiences go wild for The Price is Right Live game show at the Welk Theatre providing a few entertainment venture for Branson.« Previous Entries Next Entries »