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    Homeless helped by Street Reach in Dupo

    Angie Kraft is president of Street Reach, based in Dupo. The group helps homeless people in several counties and in St. Louis by providing food, hygiene items, clothing and sleeping bags.

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    Project Storybook

    Inmates at the Southwestern Illinois Correctional Center are aided by volunteers as they record stories to CD which are then shipped to their children or grandchildren.

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    Mater Dei coach Ron Schadegg

    Schadegg talks about Mater Dei's regional championship win

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    Valmeyer senior Zach Williams

    Valmeyer senior Zach Williams talks after the Vikings' loss to Okawville in the New Athens 1A Regional finals.

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    Okawville's Jon Kraus

    Okawville coach Jon Kraus breaks down the Rockets' win over Valmeyer for the New Athens Class 1A Regional championship.

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    Wesclin HS 25th anniversary of state hoops win

    In 1990 the Wesclin High School Warriors defeated an unbeaten team to claim the Class A Illinois State Basketball Championship.

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    O'Fallon Police Department Exercise Bike

    Telecommunicators at the O'Fallon PD can exercise as they work at their computer stations, where they have to monitor police and other radio traffic, watch closed-circuit video feeds from throughout the city, and take calls from the public. Sitting still for long periods of time is not healthy, and...

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    The Libertine

    Executive Chef Josh Galliano, of Okawville, discusses using seasonal, locally-sourced ingredients at The Libertine restaurant in Clayton, Mo. He then shows how to combine creole cream cheese with granola, olive oil and pickled rhubarb to make his Down South Breakfast.

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    East St. Louis Mayor talks about proposed medical marijuana farm

    East St. Louis Mayor Alvin Parks Jr. talks about the proposed medical marijuana farm.

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    Drum Circle

    Jefferson Elementary school students played tubanos, djembe, and congas during a Black History Month event on Thursday. District band teacher Amy Hettenhausen is introducing the drums to several schools this week. The drum circle gives the students an opportunity to try out the drums and learn ...

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