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Watershed study approved for Woods Road area in Wildwood

Wildwood’s City Council, on July 13, approved a resolution authorizing an agreement between the city and Intuition and Logic Engineering, Inc., at a cost of up to $15,000, for completion of a watershed study for Woods Road (Woods Avenue), where flooding between Hwy. (Route) 109 and Manchester Road has been a longstanding maintenance and safety concern for the city and adjacent private properties.

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Seventh inning surge lifts Manchester over Farmington in Zone 4 opener

Manchester Post 208 came into this week’s Zone 4 Legion Tournament as a slightly unknown and perhaps underrated  group. On Wednesday night, Post 208 loudly introduced themselves to the zone field and made it known that they will bang the baseball around the field at will. Manchester exploded for six runs in the seventh inning en route to a 12-4 winners bracket quarterfinal victory over Farmington Post 416 at Wilson Rozier Park in Farmington. “We would score a and they would score and then we score and then they would score and then we finally broke it open in the ...

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Local ladies win in Ms. Senior Missouri Pageant

On Sunday, July 12, two local women were crowned first runner-up and second runner-up in the annual Ms. Senior Missouri Pageant. Nancy Pittman, of Manchester, and Mary Ann Schwandt, of Ballwin were selected first runner-up and second runner-up, respectively.

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Cleaning up for Special Olympics

At the July 6 meeting of the Manchester Board of Aldermen, Mayor David Willson presented a $14,009 check for Missouri Special Olympics to Finley Hurth, Special Olympics Missouri development manager.

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Thomas Sowell – The Fact-Free Left

Thomas Sowell

The outrage over another multiple murder of American military personnel on American soil by another Islamic extremist has been exacerbated by the fact that these military people had been ordered to be unarmed -- and therefore sitting ducks.

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