Friday, Aug. 4, 2017, 3 p.m.
It’s a place that is so well known to Missourians, most natives know it simply as “The Lake,” where millionaires live alongside the working class, seedy strip clubs are just down the road from five-star restaurants, and there is definitely a difference between those who see “Party Cove” as the place to see and be seen, and those who avoid it like the plague.
With the 2016 election still fresh in voters’ minds, it’s hard to imagine another one just around the corner. However, Missouri in particular will have some interesting races, with incumbents Democrat Sen. Claire McCaskill, and Representatives Ann Wagner, a Republican, and Lacy Clay, a Democrat, defending their congressional seats for the St. Louis region.
Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT): MoDOT Traveler Information Map
Use this map to keep track of road closures and delays for your daily commute back home.
Friday, Aug. 4, 2017, 1 p.m.
The Clayton Times had a chance to sit down with Democratic candidate and political newcomer Mark Osmack to see why he believes he’s the right choice to represent the state of Missouri.
RELEASE: Construction of the all-private room patient tower and new cancer center at Mercy Hospital Jefferson continue to make good progress with both new buildings expected to open in December.
Friday, Aug. 4, 2017, 11 a.m.
Clayton Times: St. Louis County NAACP comments on travel advisory
RELEASE: The St. Louis County NAACP has released a statement following a travel advisory for Missouri that was issued by the NAACP National organization, warning minorities.
Clayton Times: Reward upped to $20,000 for information in Ferguson homicide
RELEASE: An additional anonymous reward donation of $15,000 has been offered for information leading police to arrest the subject or suspects responsible for Donnell Drake Jr.’s homicide.
Friday, Aug. 4, 2017, 9 a.m.
Bates architectural firm has moved into a new space at 7800 Forsyth, Suite 300. The firm also has locations in Springfield, Mo., and Rogers, Ark.
Clayton Times: Sen. Blunt passes anti-spoofing legislation
RELEASE: U.S. Senator Roy Blunt (R-Mo.), a member of the Senate Commerce Committee, released the following statement after the Senate unanimously passed his bipartisan Spoofing Prevention Act.
RELEASE: Capping a two-year battle on behalf of a Missouri veteran and his fellow servicemembers, U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill has successfully passed into law her bill to deliver decades-overdue relief to veterans intentionally exposed to mustard gas during World War II.