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St. Louis Public Radio News
3:46 pm
Fri December 27, 2002

Counties Sue the State of Missouri

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St. Louis Public Radio News
1:38 pm
Fri December 27, 2002

City Recycling Customers Can Recycle Wrapping Paper

St. Louis, MO – The City of St. Louis is encouraging residents to wrap up their holiday season by giving the environment a little present and recycling holiday waste.

The U.S. generates an additional one to five million tons of waste per week during the holiday season.

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St. Louis Public Radio News
11:16 am
Fri December 27, 2002

Taxicab Owners, Drivers Criticize Regulation Plan

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St. Louis Public Radio News
9:33 am
Fri December 27, 2002

Raja Turns 10 Today

St. Louis, MO – The St. Louis Zoo will have a tenth birthday party for Raja the elephant today. The Asian elephant was the first elephant born at the zoo, in St. Louis's Forest Park.

Today there will be a giant birthday cake stuffed with goodies for Raja, and the public is invited to sing "Happy Birthday" at 11 this morning. Admission is free.

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St. Louis Public Radio News
1:26 pm
Thu December 26, 2002

Area Retailers Might Not Have Blue Christmas

St. Louis Public Radio News
10:22 am
Thu December 26, 2002

Minister Hopes To Open NAACP Chapter In Belleville

St. Louis Public Radio News
10:19 am
Thu December 26, 2002

Tippin's Locks its Doors in St. Louis

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St. Louis Public Radio News
10:02 am
Thu December 26, 2002

Jefferson County Official Opposes Casino Proposal

St. Louis, MO – Mertens' fellow commissioners have both backed the proposal by Riviera Holdings.
The company wants to bring a $150 million-dollar casino and entertainment complex to Barnhart.
The gaming commission voted in June to consider another casino in the St. Louis area.
Other companies have proposed rival projects in south St. Louis County.
The gaming commission plans to study the casino proposals over
the next three months.

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St. Louis Public Radio News
9:11 am
Thu December 26, 2002

State Supreme Court OK's Revealing Juror Names

St. Louis Public Radio News
2:19 pm
Wed December 25, 2002

SNAP Director Named to People Magazine's Top 25

AP – Clohessy, who lives in St. Louis, directs the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests. He says being listed by the magazine confirms the Catholic Church is starting to face the problem of sexual abuse by clergy. Clohessy likened the ongoing saga to an infection in the body of the Catholic church, with lay people bringing the problem to light. Clohessy says Catholic lay people must continue to promote the cause and provide support for abuse victims.

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