O’Fallon City Administrator Walter Denton is fighting a form of blood cancer that prevents his bone marrow from producing a high level of platelets. Alongside the biggest international bone marrow registry, Be The Match, Denton hopes that other patients will find hope in their fight.
Things were supposed to cool off Wednesday. But the National Weather Service has extended the excessive heat warning that has covered the area since Monday as the high will be in the 90s with a heat index of up to 107.
I'm not going to argue that the Cardinals are the best team in baseball, but the Washington Post’s Neil Greenberg makes a determination that can come only after all 30 teams have played out their full 162-game schedules.
Nearly 25,000 young people from the region participate in Scouting in the Lewis & Clark Council, which means there isn’t exactly a consensus on what the decision to allow gay adult leaders means, according to Council CEO Alicia M. Lifrak. “We are from a very diverse population, and so the opinions are equally diverse,” Lifrak said.