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Supporting those who serve

Serving in a military reserve unit or the National Guard isn’t always easy for those who have family obligations. Summer active duty assignments, training and deployments can play havoc with children’s school or daycare schedules and other obligations.

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Here’s your sign

Wildwood is set to vote March 23 on legislation that would change the city’s sign regulations to allow temporary sponsorship/fundraising banners for various types of not-for-profit or public, institutional outdoor athletic facilities.

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Spring cleaning takes on new meaning

As the weather warms up volunteers are needed for the annual Confluence Trash Bash sponsored by Great Rivers Greenway, St. Louis Metropolitan Sewer District and Missouri American Water.

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Buckle up!

Teen seatbelt campaign kicks off with March 15 with full force crack down on unbelted drivers through March 31.

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Signals down at Route 109 and Clayton Road

The city of Wildwood and the Missouri Department of Transportation are reporting that the signal span at Route 109 and Clayton Road was hit and sustained significant damage this afternoon. Repair is not expected before Thursday, March 12.

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Breaking Barriers

Psychiatric care and mental health issues often only are pushed into the limelight in times of tragedy as an easy explanation – and just as quickly forgotten.

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