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Volunteers in the News
A bicycle-based event in the Wildwood and Eureka area next month will go toward assisting Moving Kids Off The Spectrum and the Life Time Foundation. After riding, there is a carnival, lunch and live music. It's all about autism.
A proclamation adopted at the Eureka Board of Aldermen meeting Tuesday reads "the need for unity in prayer, individually and corporately, has never been more urgent."
Good news came to a couple more Eureka High School athletes who are heading to college.
Police & Fire
POLICE LOG April 9-14: Eureka Police Department officers also handled
It will be the sixth year for collaboration between Eureka Arts Council and Eureka city leaders.
A representative of the restaurant asks permission to hold a special celebration outside.
All residents safely evacuated the house Thursday morning.
Schools, The Neighborhood Files
A public acknowledgment of a local, American soldier who was killed in active duty has been in the works for several years. On Friday morning, a fallen hero will be commemorated for history.
A city marshal and three board of aldermen took oaths of office at Tuesday's Eureka board meeting. Guess how many marshals Eureka has had in its history.
A House Springs woman was taken to the hospital after her car struck a median in Jefferson County.
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