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StreetScape 10 Years of Connecting Our Community

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StreetScape 10 Years of Connecting Our Community

Story by Robin Seaton Jefferson  Photos by Michael Schlueter

A decade ago, Tom Hannegan was selling real estate and working alongside his brothers at Hannegan Real Estate and Construction.  A college-educated broker and budding marketing entrepreneur, Hannegan had a vision for a publication that would not only feature his hometown, but document her people’s stories.

The Historical Society Celebrates 60 Years

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The Historical Society Celebrates 60 Years

Story by Linda Stroud 

In 1769, a French hunter and explorer named Louis Blanchette settled on the left bank of the Missouri River, in a settlement then known as “Les Petite Cotes.” The rest, as they say, is history. 

225th Anniversary - St. Charles Borromeo

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225th Anniversary - St. Charles Borromeo

Story by Kate Santellano 
Photos courtesy of Borromeo Catholic Church

It was originally a tiny log church built with a vertical post, located at Jackson and Main Streets in downtown St. Charles.  A place of worship for approximately 25 people, it fit seamlessly with the brick-laid streets and rustic buildings.  No special signs adorned the building.  

Miriam Mahan Call to Service

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Miriam Mahan Call to Service

Story by Robin Seaton Jefferson  Photos by Michael Schlueter

For nearly four decades, many have seen Miriam Mahan as the face of Sts. Joachim & Ann Care Service.  The spirited native Cuban and devout Catholic is known by citizens and policymakers alike to be relentless when it comes not only to feeding, but also preserving the dignity, of the community’s most vulnerable. 

All About Archery

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All About Archery

Story by Robin Seaton Jefferson  
Photos courtesy of Logan Chartrand

The Archery Trade Association (ATA) reports that of 235 million total Americans age 18 and older, 18.9 million, or eight percent, participated in archery and/or bowhunting in 2012. Those numbers are even higher in the Midwest-- nearly 11 percent of all people living here participated.

LU has National Hot Shots!

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LU has National Hot Shots!

Story by Amy Armour 
Photos courtesy of Lindenwood University

One Lindenwood University sports team has won an impressive 13 consecutive National Championships and 92 individual national titles. 

Gun Safety. Shooting Ranges. Women & Guns.

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Gun Safety. Shooting Ranges. Women & Guns.

Story by Angel Magasano
Photos courtesy of Kim Eichelberger (Kristin & Corie) & Mark Schmitz (Calise)

More and more women are packing heat.  According to the National Sports Shooting Foundation, more than a third of the women who participated in a recent survey identified as new gun owners.

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