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St. John United Church of Christ in St. Clair held its annual sausage and sauerkraut dinner Sunday, Oct. 11, and according to the church pastor Laura Mignerone, it was a success.

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If you haven’t filled out the 2020 U.S. Census, you still have time. 

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The Highway AH bridge over Interstate 44 is partly closed after a dump truck collided with it early Wednesday, Oct. 7.

A St. Clair man was taken by ambulance to Mercy Hospital in Washington after sustaining moderate injuries in a Sunday, Oct. 11, afternoon crash on Highway 47 north of St. Clair.

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The Highway AH bridge over Interstate 44 is closed after a dump truck collided with it early Wednesday, Oct. 7.

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The St. Clair Scenic Regional Library branch closed Monday morning due to a staff member testing positive for COVID-19, according to Steve Campbell, Scenic Regional Library director.

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As the 30-mile Knights of Columbus Journey for Charity Tractor Cruise made its way from St. Clair to Washington Sunday, Sept. 13, much of the action was roadside.

The Board of Education of the St. Clair R-XIII School District approved the sale of a $9.7 million general obligation bond issue to its municipal bond underwriter, L.J. Hart & Co. of St. Louis.

Early Tuesday morning, the St. Clair Fire Protection District and surrounding crews responded to a fire at a vacant residential structure, located at 2566 S. Service Road.

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Early Tuesday morning, the St. Clair Fire Protection District and surrounding crews responded to a fire at a vacant residential structure, located at 2566 S. Service Road.

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The St. Clair Area Chamber of Commerce has established a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, the St. Clair Area Chamber Foundation.

With a recommendation from Superintendent Dr. Kyle Kruse, the St. Clair School Board voted to keep the 2020-21 tax rate the same as the 2019-20 year.

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As part of Thursday night’s St. Clair R-XIII School Board meeting, Superintendent Dr. Kyle Kruse presented plans to the board regarding the Prop STC Safe and Secure project — a $12.8 million bond issue passed during the June municipal election, the proceeds of which will be used to construct…

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A niche market has helped Kayla Wood’s Au Claire Boutique survive its first year of business despite a global pandemic.

At Monday night’s tax rate hearing, Lonedell R-XIV District Superintendent Jenny Ulrich recommended to the board to set the tax levy for the 2020-21 school year at the same rate as the 2019-20 school year.

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St. Clair will be getting another home football Friday night.

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Donors filled half a bus with school supplies as part of Dana’s Shaved Ice’s “Stuff the Bus” program Saturday, Aug. 15.

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During Monday night’s board of aldermen meeting, Alderman Jamie Frossard “excitedly” introduced Bill No. 2020-19, which is an ordinance authorizing city administration to execute purchasing and financing documents for playground equipment and flooring at Evergreen Park, for the total amount …

Monday night’s board of aldermen meeting saw the passing of three ordinances and a resolution.

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Ahead of its official launch date of Sept. 1, St. Clair’s “Adopt a Lamp Pole” program has already raised more than $11,000, with few poles remaining.

The Lonedell R-XIV board of education approved the sale of $1.25 million general obligation bond to its municipal bond underwriter, L.J. Hard & Co. of St. Louis, at the district’s July’s board meeting.

After months of  anticipation, a Buddy Bench, a specially designed seat for children who need or want someone to play with them, has arrived at the St. Clair Edgar Murray Elementary just in time for the 2020-21 school year.

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Nestled in the middle of town, the picture-perfect yard of the Maher family at 12 Dogwood was named as St. Clair’s Yard of the Month winner for August.

On a spring day more than a decade ago, Margaret A. Unger, 64, walked into the woods near her home and was never seen alive again.

At Wednesday night’s St. Clair R-XIII school board meeting, Superintended Dr. Kyle Kruse gave the board an update on the Prop STC Safe and Secure project — a $12.8 million bond issue approved during the June municipal election.

At Wednesday night’s meeting, the St. Clair School Board unanimously approved the implementation of Hazel Telehealth, a program that will allow students who are sick to visit a doctor virtually via an iPad in the nurse’s office.

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The St. Clair Board of Aldermen unanimously approved the hiring of two reserve officers as the first step to reinstating the police department’s reserve officer program.

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The Lonedell R-XIV School Board met Monday, July 27, and approved the district’s guidelines and protocols regarding returning to school for the 2020-21 school year.

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The Lonedell R-XIV School District released its preliminary re-entry plan via social media, after the district conducted surveys for families and staff.

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After years of raising money for its new location, the St. Clair Historical Museum at 560 S. Main St. has completed its donor tree project. 

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To go along with St. Clair’s Operation Facelift, a beautification program to clean up city streets, Mike Bursey, St. Clair building inspector, said the city is introducing a new phase of the operation, “Adopt A Lamp Pole.”

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The Lonedell R-XIV School District released its preliminary re-entry plan via social media, after the district conducted surveys for families and staff.

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What school will look like for students this fall has been a hot topic, and with the school year approaching and COVID-19 cases surging, districts are starting to release their re-entry plans.

Sinks Pharmacy, located at 1435 N. Main St., has launched “myBaby,” a new program to support expectant mothers and young families in the St. Clair area through parenting education, breastfeeding support and products to assist pregnant and breast-feeding mothers, including breast pumps and ot…

After months of uncertainty, the St. Clair Area Chamber of Commerce has decided to once again host Food Truck Friday, starting Friday, Aug. 7, from 5 to 8 p.m. at Orchard Park.

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The St. Clair R-XIII School District is surveying parents on whether children should return in the fall for in-person learning.

The city of St. Clair Code Enforcement Office would like the residents of St. Clair to be aware of the ordinance in place that requires a permit for specific construction or repairs to a home or business within city limits.

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The St. Clair School District provided 111,625 meals to children under 18 from March 18 to July 5 as CO-VID-19 forced schools to close early.

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Farmers and Merchants Bank, which has been operating in St. Clair since 1913, will soon be servicing customers from a different location.

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The St. Clair R-XIII School District had students’ health and safety in mind during Thursday night’s school board meeting.