The Augusta Harvest Festival was deemed a success even though it rained for a few of the events. Committee Chair, Randal Oaks, commended an “Army of Volunteers” who not only helped plan the event, but rose to the occasion with last minute adjustments.
The First Annual Sporting Clay Bird Benefit Shoot for Focus Marines Foundation (FMF) was held Sunday, September 25th at Blackhawk Valley Hunting Preserve in Old Monroe, MO.
The Paul Ballmann Memorial Golf Tournament was again a very successful event. It was a beautiful day and thanks is given to everyone who contributed including the golfers, company and individual sponsors, volunteers, and donors of auction items. Proceeds from the tournament will benefit three needy deserving families in the community.
By Dianne Sudbrock
Patrick Doering is a police Lieutenant with the Lake St. Louis Police Department and a skilled hostage/crisis negotiator. He recently published his first book: Crisis Cops — The evolution of hostage negotiations in America.
The St. Charles County Health Department has issued its Food Inspection report for the months of July and August.
ST. CHARLES COUNTY, MO – Bring the family out to Broemmelsiek Park in Defiance for some good old-fashioned fun at the St. Charles County Parks and Recreation Department’s fourth annual Fall Festival! From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., on Saturday, Oct. 8, enjoy live music, children’s games, crafts, scenic hayrides, tasty festival food, and samples of fresh apple cider. It’s a wonderful event for the entire family!
BETHANY, Mo. – The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that almost 50 million people get sick from foodborne diseases in the U.S. each year.
It is interesting to observe, when natural disasters hit like tornados, earthquakes, tsunamis, hurricanes, and flooding you rarely, if ever, see the Islamic countries jump in and offer aid, support, or man power. It is typically the Christian community that rolls up their sleeves and links arms with others to help.
COLUMBIA, Mo. – Every day, 33 children are injured in agriculture-related incidents, and every three days a child dies in one, says University of Missouri Extension safety and health specialist Karen Funkenbusch.
By Dianne Sudbrock
The New Melle Board of Aldermen held a Public Hearing followed by a regular meeting on Thursday, Sept. 15, 2016.