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2008-02-11 15:00:24

By Tim Bryant, St. Louis Post-Dispatch Feb. 11--AUGUSTA -- Plans for what would rank among Missouri's largest private lakes are moving ahead, with the proposal now in the hands of the Army Corps of Engineers. If built, the lake in southwestern St. Charles County would cover just over 90 acres.

2008-01-25 06:00:28

By Kavita Kumar, St. Louis Post-Dispatch Jan. 25--Thus far, Archbishop Raymond Burke and St. Louis University basketball coach Rick Majerus have had their say in the public flap between the two that has placed the university in the crossfire. But the Rev.

2007-12-25 06:00:20

By Blythe Bernhard, St. Louis Post-Dispatch Dec. 25--For a few families spending Christmas in the cardiac intensive care unit at St. Louis Children's Hospital, the best presents are new hearts and new lungs.

2007-11-06 12:59:34

A group of Washington University researchers will head to Antarctica later this month to learn more about the continent's geologic origins.

2007-11-03 15:00:20

By Jeffrey Tomich, St. Louis Post-Dispatch Nov. 3--Faced with rising prices for poles, wire and other equipment as well as higher costs to borrow money, Ameren Corp. wants to raise electric and natural-gas delivery rates in Illinois by $247 million a year.

2007-10-17 06:00:34

By William C. Lhotka, St. Louis Post-Dispatch Oct. 17--ST. LOUIS COUNTY -- A college freshman who takes medication for depression and anxiety claims part of her distress stems from emotional abuse by a Lutheran minister in 2004, when she was 15. She testified Tuesday in her damage suit in St.

2007-10-04 15:00:26

By Christopher Boyce, St. Louis Post-Dispatch Oct. 4--Company will spend about $100 million to purchase and retool the facility in Guadalajara. Bridgeton-based Zoltek Cos. announced Wednesday that it has purchased a plant in Mexico to expand its ability to make carbon fiber in North America.

Word of the Day
  • An uxorious, effeminate, or spiritless man.
  • A timorous, cowardly fellow.
Probably a blend of meek and cock, or from meek +‎ -ock (“diminutive suffix”).