St. Louis County Blog — 2 p.m. Local politicians fare well in poll, World Elephant Day celebrations at the zoo, Hawley’s U.S. Senate questions

Thursday, Aug. 10, 2017, 2 p.m.

Clayton Times: Newest edition of Clayton Times released

Newest release of Clayton Times was published this week, featuring stories about the recent Clayton Times poll, a sit-down interview with St. Louis County Councilwoman Colleen Wasinger, and an in-depth feature about Netflix’s newest show Ozark.

Clayton Times: Five things to do this weekend in St. Louis County

Saturday, Aug. 12, join Laumeier’s Master Gardener to learn tips and tricks to keep your garden looking fresh during the hot summer months, including a visit to Laumeier’s gardens for inspiration. Along with many other events.

Clayton times: PHOTO GALLERY: Clayton ‘Parties in The Park’

“It’s all about community and networking, you can let loose and have fun,” said Megan Just, who works at Carey, Danis & Low law firm. “It’s also a great place to meet people.

The Missouri Times: Roberts partners with Firefighters, unions in organizing school supply drive

Education and the state’s youth have long been a top priority for Rep. Steven Roberts, D-St. Louis, and his latest endeavor is just another example of how he intends to change some of the issues affecting his constituents.


Thursday, Aug. 10, 2017, 9 a.m.

Clayton Times: Polling the County: Stenger, McCulloch, & County Council Fare Well

In a Clayton Times/Missouri Times poll, St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger, Prosecuting Attorney Bob McCulloch and the St. Louis County Council are all above water in favorability.

Clayton Times: St. Louis Zoo World Elephant Day celebration aims to bring awareness for the threatened animals

The St. Louis Zoo and Grant’s Farm will celebrate an annual event that hopes to bring awareness to the world’s wild elephant population on Saturday.

The Missouri Times: Is Hawley reluctant to run for U.S. Senate, or just reluctant to answer the question?

Recent news about Attorney General Josh Hawley’s potential run for U.S. Senate continues to leave voters with questions about the status of the Republican’s intentions. Just last week, it was announced that Hawley was forming an exploratory committee for a possible bid against U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill.

 

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