More than 150 St. Clair School seniors graduated Thursday evening. The graduation ceremony was held on the football field at St. Clair High School.

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  • By Elizabeth Barmeier, St. Clair Missourian Editor
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Five flood-related incidents have been reported as a result of the flood from the Meramec River in the St. Clair area earlier this week, according to a Fire Protection District official.

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  • By Kavahn Mansouri, Missourian Staff Writer
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A rising Meramec River destroyed an unofficial St. Clair area landmark Monday. Several residents took photos and video as water submerged the lower quarter of Bruns Bridge’s walkway, eventually collapsing it.

  • By Kavahn Mansouri, Missourian Staff Writer
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A new youth group for St. Clair’s children, organized by three area churches, saw roughly 100 kids attend its first official event Saturday, April 15.

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St. Clair celebrated the life of longtime public servant, business owner and St. Clair citizen Gilbert “Gib” Hoffman this weekend.

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The St. Clair Park Board is moving ahead with its plans to host a parade and fireworks show during the city’s eclipse festival in August.

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The St. Clair Board of Aldermen voted to approve an agreement for a professional service proposal from Cochran in the amount of $58,427 for sidewalk installation and improvements on Walton Street and Jean Street at its meeting Monday, April 17.

Developmental Services of Franklin County (DSFC) recently presented a Tin Man award to St. Clair McDonald’s and one of the restaurant’s customers who advocated for an individual with a disability working in the community.