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Kirkwood mayor shows signs of improvement

The mayor had been in critical condition since being shot on Feb. 7 as part of Charles Lee "Cookie" Thornton's rampage at a city council meeting. Family friend Tom Noonan said at a news conference that the 69-year-old mayor's condition has been upgraded to serious.

Living outside the anthill

Maybe you’ve seen him around town, screaming his poetry in the streets or drawing by the curb. As an artist, the man known as Grant Blackwell wants to catch the public’s eye.

Should Crime Watch list arrests even if charges aren’t filed?

What once was published in print is now available in a Google search by anyone across the globe and for as long as anyone knows. Does that change a newspaper’s moral obligations?

Baptists find unity at convention despite divisions

Baptists around the state hope to continue the unifying process set in motion by last month’s gathering of 15,000 in Atlanta.

Belief in brief: Christ, the anointed

“Christ” was not Jesus’ last name but a title meaning “anointed.”

Jimmy Carter tries to bring Baptists together

The former president discusses his relationship with the Baptist convention and his hope to bring peace to the denomination.

Underclassmen shine in Rock Bridge's win over Helias

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