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St. Louis County Executive Announces New St. Louis County Police Pay Matrix

22 Jun






St. Louis County Executive Announces New St. Louis County Police Pay Matrix St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger today announced agreement on a new pay matrix for St. Louis County Police, representing the first step taken as a result of the passage of Proposition P. In April, County voters overwhelmingly approved Proposition P, a half-cent […]

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St. Louis County Executive Announces Program to Promote Youth Literacy

21 Jun






St. Louis County Executive Announces Program to Promote Youth Literacy  St. Louis County Government, in partnership with the St. Louis County Library, is implementing the Recycled Reads program at four County Government locations. Recycled Reads circulates surplus library materials, encouraging people to read. The County Government locations will only have books and magazines for young […]

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Thanks to Sen. Blunt Effort,Eligible to Apply for Year-Round Pell Beginning July 1

21 Jun






Thanks to Sen.Blunt Effort,Eligible to Apply for Year-Round Pell Beginning July 1  WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Roy Blunt (Mo.), Chairman of the Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies, today commended the Department of Education’s announcement that year-round Pell Grants will be available to students beginning July 1. Blunt secured […]

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Mr. Comey Vs. Mr. Trump – America FIRST!

9 Jun






Mr. Comey Vs. Mr. Trump – America FIRST! By Gentry W. Trotter A culture of “blame game” and deceit will NEVER be victor over character! However awkward fired FBI honcho Comey is with human poor judgment, he has character! The FBI is a long way from the dark days of “compromised” J. Edgar Hoover. When […]

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Saluting All Heroes of D-Day, Including 2,000 Black Troops

6 Jun






Saluting All Heroes of D-Day, Including 2,000 Black Troops We all know the dark days of our U.S. history and the military.  Unfortunately, black young GIs had to fight on two fronts. The war, if they were lucky to be in the U.S. Army which allowed combat, and dreaded segregation of the day. While photography […]

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No Liberal License for Racial Slurs Given

5 Jun






No Liberal License for Racial Slurs Given By Gentry W. Trotter I’ve waited for several days, before commenting on Bill Maher’s harsh and grossly insensitive “N” word usage. Even I have outgrown the use of it. White liberals don’t have a license to use racial slurs. And despite what some say on social media, “racial […]

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Blunt, McCaskill Reintroduce Bill To Help West Lake Families

24 May






Blunt, McCaskill Reintroduce Bill To Help West Lake Families WASHINGTON – U.S. Senators Roy Blunt (Mo.) and Claire McCaskill (Mo.) today reintroduced legislation to transfer remediation authority over the West Lake landfill from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The legislation would place the site in the Corps’ Formerly […]

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Blunt: FCC Move Is Good News for Jobs, Growth & Innovation

22 May






Blunt: FCC Move Is Good News for Jobs, Growth & Innovation WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Roy Blunt (Mo.), a member of the Senate Commerce Committee, released the following statement today following the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) vote to begin rolling back its 2015 Open Internet Order. The 2015 order imposed unnecessary, monopoly-era regulations on today’s […]

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Stenger, Krewson and Kern Sign MOU Effort for Metrolink Safety

18 May






Stenger, Krewson and Kern Sign MOU Effort for Metrolink Safety The three elected government leaders whose jurisdictions fund Bi-State Development have signed a memo of understanding (MOU) codifying and outlining in detail the plan to improve MetroLink security that they have developed in cooperation with law enforcement and Bi-State. The MOU–signed by St. Louis County […]

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Governor Eric Greitens Calls Special Session on Jobs

18 May






Governor Eric Greitens Calls Special Session on Jobs Today, Governor Eric Greitens announced that he is bringing the legislature back for a special session on Monday with one topic: the steel mill bill. At the end of the 2017 legislative session, some career politicians in the Senate blocked efforts to bring a steel mill and […]

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