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The middle school years are a special time in the life of a child. It is a time in their development when they are old enough to enjoy some independence while at the same time they are fully provided…

CAPS

Payton Dill, a senior at Orchard Farm High School, had no idea what she wanted to study in college. After hearing about a new program called CAPS, Dill learned about all kinds of different professions – and found a…

The Society for Financial Awareness (SOFA) is proud to announce their newest chapter member –  Marita LaChapell, who will represent the greater St. Louis/St. Charles area.  Marita is a Financial Advisor, CPA/PFS and Certified Kingdom Advisor with Pathfinder Financial…

Most people have rented an apartment or a house when first starting out or when moving into a new area. But given the choice, most families would prefer to own their own home. Homeownership is usually a good investment…

Have you ever heard the saying, “When the going gets tough, the tough get going?”  Recently, I overheard this advice being shared by a 4th grade student to his classmate.  It got me thinking… how has this youngster come…

Emma Jackson, a student at Fort Zumwalt East High School, has been selected to represent St. Peters, MO as a National Youth Delegate to the 2018 Washington Youth Summit on the Environment at George Mason University. Jackson joins a select group…

The Flower Petaler

For nearly half a century, Tom Feldewerth, shopkeeper at The Flower Petaler on South Main Street-St Charles, has delighted generations of area families with items such as custom flower arrangements, home decor items, antiques, and lamps, but most importantly,…