Waynesville Mayor Luge Hardman says it began when a group of 20 troubled teens from the Piney Ridge residential treatment center raised about $500 to attend Six Flags St. Louis.
After a legal setback this week, former KMOV anchor Larry Conners took to his familiar soapbox on Facebook to explain his next move.
Organizers say dozens of restaurants will be affected. The workers will be joined by clergy and community supporters.
Larry Conners posted on his Facebook Sunday that he has received a job offer in the St. Louis area, but KMOV won’t let him take it.
Taking to Facebook again on Sunday, Conners revealed his former employer’s response to what he considered a “reasonable” settlement offer.
It was a partial victory for parents with kids at Grand Center Arts Academy, who did not want the board to hire principal Louise Losos.
Calling it a death trap with accidents up by 480 percent in the past ten years, the group Shoulders for Safety says the time has come for major repairs.
A local educator and former collegue is chiming in on the firing of long-time St. Louis news anchor Larry Conners.
Conners has hired St. Louis attorney Merle Silverstein. Silverstein issued a letter to media outlets claiming that the corporate order “is the only reason for his silence.”
Facebook post read: “Hey Madison County Courthouse, tick, tick, tick….boom.”