City council approved the purchase of a 2018 Ford F-350 truck for the water department on Tuesday, Nov. 6. The truck costs $43,515 and was purchased through Krapohl Ford of Mt. Pleasant. […]
I am editor and publisher of the St. Louis Sentinel, an online newspaper just for St. Louis, Michigan. I have lived in St. Louis since 2011 and run a window cleaning business called I Feel Your Pane. My journalism experience is 14 years as reporter, editor and copy editor from 1987 to 2001.
Some 51 percent of St. Louis’ 2,555 registered voters turned out in the Nov. 6 election that saw the offices of governor, secretary of state and attorney general change from Republican to […]
St. Louis and Alma police officers are a bit safer this year after grants from the Luneack Foundation allowed the departments to buy supplemental body armor capable of stopping a rifle bullet. […]
St. Louis City Council voted 5-0 Tuesday to approve purchase of a $399,000 sewer maintenance truck to replace the city’s 23-year-old sewer maintenance truck. The purchase had been built into this year’s […]
St. Louis Schools personnel have modified student handbooks for the new school year. These handbooks contain useful information for students and parents alike. Such as: What if my child needs medication at […]
St. Louis teachers ratified an agreement with the school district Monday Aug. 27, creating a new salary schedule that will bring more frequent raises for teachers with the most seniority. The vote […]
About 20 members of the St. Louis Historical Society got an intimate view of the Newton House, one of St. Louis’ most historic buildings, Tuesday evening. Built in 1874, the house was […]