No end in sight with the ongoing battles between the Monarch Fire Protection District Board and its employees. The latest controversy surrounds the elimination of the Public Education officer position.
The board cited budget concerns in firing its PEO but then voted to acquire $5 million insurance policies for board members.
According to authorities the man in his late twenties to mid-thirties walked up to the bank teller and gave her a note.
Jim Peterson told the feds Sanborn Map Company was using Chinese subcontractors to create three-dimensional maps of Marine Corps bases in the U.S. and U.S. supply lines.
City Administrator Michael Herring says the city council has approved $150-thousand dollars to hire the officers full time with benefits and vehicles.
The agricultural company says it expects to bring 675 new jobs to the region over the next three years. Gov. Nixon is scheduled to appear at the ceremony Tuesday.
At the meeting on Tuesday night, residents lined up to speak, demanding that firefighters be allowed to wear pink shirts to support breast cancer awareness and the Pink Heels campaign.
Police say the elderly woman believed the callers who said her grandson was behind bars in Peru and needed money wired in several installments to get him out.
No lack of shopping opportunities in west St. Louis County as ‘Premium Outlets’ will becomes the second mall to open in Chesterfield this month.
It would be called Schoettler Grove, made up of 31 lots over 17 acres with 17 of those lots reserved for villas and the other 14 family homes.