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By Maurice Harris on Aug 14, 2007
Another storm hit the St. Louis area and about 60,000 houses lost electricity early Monday morning. Florissant's mayor, Robert Lowery, thinks some of those power outages could have been avoided if power lines had been moved underground.
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By David Stokes on Aug 14, 2007

As if on cue from my recent posts about St.

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By Sarah Brodsky on Aug 13, 2007

An article in the L.A. Times explores some challenges of urban education that Saint Louisans know well.

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By Sarah Brodsky on Aug 13, 2007

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch is on a roll, pointing out problems with the public schools that could be alleviated by smarter education policy.

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By David Stokes on Aug 13, 2007
Transportation Development Districts are in the Post-Dispatch again, with another, longer, report on the
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By Sarah Brodsky on Aug 13, 2007

An article in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch describes what parents in Riverview Gardens are up against:

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By Maurice Harris on Aug 13, 2007
In today's St. Louis Post-Dispatch, an article discusses the
difficulties of the McCoys, a family that wants to transfer its two daughters from the
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By Eric D. Dixon on Aug 13, 2007

Although a circuit court judge recently struck down a controversial midwifery provision from a health insurance reform law, the measure deserves to be resurrected. Evidence shows that midwives provide safe, effective care to their patients. Expectant mothers are capable of making their own decisions about the type of care they wish to receive without state interference.

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By David Stokes on Aug 10, 2007
Governor Blunt has just set a date for a
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By David Stokes on Aug 10, 2007
Sauce magazine is a great part of our area's literary and journalism scene. In this month's issue, it has a wonderful article on the popularity of snow cones in St. Louis.

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