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Rediscovering Ste. Genevieve

Colonial America is often defined as England’s 13 colonies hugging the east coast, in spite of the fact much that the country’s interior was mostly French. Counted among those French colonies were St. Louis and Ste. Genevieve.

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Editorial: Time for a new Valley view

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder – or so the old saying goes. So, is Topgolf beautiful? Or, as a resident at the Chesterfield Planning Commission meeting on March 26 described it, a hideous monstrosity?

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Face plant

There is an old adage amongst internet companies that goes something like this: If you are not paying for the product, you are the product. That is certainly true of Facebook.

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Regarding mass shootings 

In response to Mr. Alalof [“Solutions to school shootings,” West Newsmagazine, March 14] stating “some obvious truths were missed” during the White House listening session.

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Speaking out for life 

To Sam Fuentes, Edna Chavez, Delaney Tarr, David Hogg and all the leaders of the gun control movement, thank you for speaking out on an issue reflecting your passion.

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