Year: 2017

RELEASE: SunEdison Emerges from Chapter 11 Restructuring

Company Successfully Completes Reorganization ST. LOUIS, Dec. 29, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — SunEdison Inc. (“SunEdison” or the “Company”), announced that its Plan of Reorganization (the “Plan”) became effective today and that the Company has emerged from Chapter 11 as a newly reorganized, privately held company. As previously announced, the Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York confirmed the Plan on July 28, 2017. Following over $2.3 billion of gross asset sales throughout its chapter 11 […]

RELEASE: During Cold Weather, Pet Adoption Center Urges Caution Shelter Has Many Animals Waiting For New Homes

Clayton, Mo – (December 29, 2017) –St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger and The St. Louis County Pet Adoption Center want to remind pet owners that frigid winter temperatures can be dangerous for pets left outdoors. “Please remember that if it’s too cold for you, it’s too cold for your pets,” County Executive Stenger said. The St. Louis County Pet Adoption Center, located at 10521 Baur Blvd, Olivette Mo, is also offering free hay for […]

RELEASE: Gina R. Miller recognized by Continental Who’s Who

STEELE, Mo., Dec. 29, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Gina R. Miller is recognized by Continental Who’s Who as a Pinnacle Lifetime Member in recognition of her contributions to the Real Estate field. Miller’s professional title is Owner and Realtor at Executive Realty, which specializes in real estate. She brings over 20 years of experience in the field – particularly buying and selling homes, as well as extensive expertise in foreclosures and REO, to her role. “We are […]

Horse-drawn carriage rides in Tilles Park brought to a halt due to cold weather, lawsuit

St. Louis County announced it will prohibit horse-drawn carriage rides at Winter Wonderland in Tilles Park this weekend due to extremely cold temperatures. The decision from county officials comes after an animal rights group sued to stop the carriage rides at the park in Ladue. St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger responded by releasing a statement Thursday afternoon stating the carriage rides would be brought to a halt the when the temperature dips to 15 degrees or […]

Missouri Farmers and Ranchers Optimistic Heading into 2018

By Eric Bohl, director of public affairs for Missouri Farm Bureau, the state’s largest farm organization Missouri Farm Bureau’s second annual FARMometer survey showed a number of positive trends in the attitudes of our state’s farmers and ranchers. The 1,200-plus attendees at MFB’s Annual Meeting at Tan-Tar-A in early December were polled on a number of agriculture-related topics, with the questions identical to last year’s inaugural survey. Overall, more than 76 percent of respondents have an […]

Hassani joins Hahn O’Daniel, looking forward to next role

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The latest addition to the Hahn O’Daniel is definitely noteworthy, with a wealth of experience in offices in the legislative, regulatory and executive branches of Missouri government. Earlier this month, Rachel Hassani left her most recent role as the Director of Legislative Affairs for Attorney General Josh Hawley to join the lobbying firm of Hahn O’Daniel, just a stone’s throw from her last office and the State Capitol. “In a way, […]

RELEASE: Symitar Says Hello to Alexa

MONETT, Mo., Dec. 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Jack Henry & Associates, Inc. (NASDAQ:JKHY) is a leading provider of technology solutions and payment processing services primarily for the financial services industry. Its Symitar® division today introduced voice-enabled financial transactions to Amazon® Alexa® through its Episys® Financial Innovations Voice Experience (FIVE) solution. Symitar Episys credit unions can now offer conversational access to accounts for a more immersive transaction experience. Members can simply speak to Alexa to conduct a […]

Missouri Ethics Commission dismiss complaints against STL County Executive challenger

The Missouri Ethics Commission dismissed an ethics complaint against St. Louis County executive hopeful Mark Mantovani regarding a contribution but still fined the candidate for not filing campaign finance reports in a timely manner. According to a letter sent on Dec. 21 from James Klahr, executive director of the Missouri Ethics Commission, there was a complaint filed against Mantovani and Mantovani for STL group alleging that they failed to timely file a 48 Hour Report […]

Shooting in North County downgraded to fatal leaving the scene of an accident

After the completion of an autopsy on a man who was shot last week near Spanish Lake, it has been determined the victim died of other physical injury, not by gunshot wounds as initially believed by first responders and medical professionals, St. Louis County Police said Thursday. The incident is now being investigated as a Fatal Leaving the Scene of an Accident, police said in a written statement. At around 8 p.m. on Dec. 20, […]

Judge refuses to dismiss Rams lawsuit

A St. Louis area judge refused to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the City of St. Louis and the area’s sports authority over NFL’s Rams departure to Los Angeles. St. Louis Circuit Court Judge Christopher McGraugh issued the ruling on Wednesday, which will result in the case most likely going to court. The lawsuit filed in April alleges that the National Football League’s Rams failed to meet a league relocation requirement when the team left […]