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City officials said a "host of issues" still remain concerning the granting of a conditional use permit for Eden Theological Seminary.
The musical revue from Insight Theatre Company begins its run today at Nerinx Hall's Heagney Theatre.
Meet Tui this weekend at the Shrewsbury Petco.
One provision of the legislation would allow accredited school districts, like Webster Groves and Kirkwood, to establish guidelines for accepting transfer students.
Former Missouri Governor Bob Holden, who now runs the Holden Public Policy Forum at Webster University, educated residents about health care reform and its impact on Medicare at a seminar in Des Peres Wednesday night.
A two-year study shows that traffic flow improvements on I-270 are minor. Department officials hope to have greater gains with plan to start using unenforceable, "advisory" limits this summer.
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