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Give A Gift of History This Holiday Season

On Christmas Day in 1859 a new resident of O'Fallon was born in the Krekel House, the first structure built in our city. Her name was Bertha Krekel, and she was the daughter of O'Fallon's founder, Nicholas Krekel and his wife Wilhelmina.

Deadline to Enter Missouri Snapshots Photo Contest

Time is running out for amateur shutterbugs across the Show-Me State to win bragging rights and one of five prize packages offered in the first-ever Missouri Snapshots Photo Contest, sponsored by Rural Missouri magazine and Missouri State Parks. The deadline to enter is Friday, Nov.

It's Time for Locally-Grown Produce

  Busy people sometimes think preparing healthy meals takes too much time. Linda Rellergert, Nutrition and Health Education Specialist with University of Missouri Extension helps change that mindset through her Seasonal and Simple classes. Through demonstration and tasting she shows how easy it is to fix tasty, nutritious recipes using fresh fruits and vegetables in every season. “Response to the spring and summer classes has been good,” she notes. “People like the recipes and tell me they use them.”

Call Ahead Library Curbside Service

In today's fast-paced, convenience-craving society, the St. Charles City-County Library District has the answer.  Not only is the library “Your Answer Place” for traditional library services, it is also the place for curbside library service at four library branches.  Curbside service is convenient and simple, allowing customers to:
•    pick up reserves that are on hold for their account

The 'Our Gang' Curse


They warmed our hearts and charmed our souls. America loved each and every one of them and likened them to the 'kid next door'. 

Artists and Art Fairs from East to West in September

Two artists from St. Charles and O'fallon will be showing their artwork in eastern and western St Charles County on consecutive weekends in September.

Missouri's Autumn Festivals Diversity, Fun, Excitement

From Music to Food, Missouri's Festivals Offer a Variety of
           Travel Options for Road Trips and Family Fun!

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