Minuteman Press

Minuteman Press
4135 Mexico Rd • St. Peters, MO 63376
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News Center

  • St. Peters to keep its cameras off

    Wrangling over the use of red-light cameras in continuing in St. Peters and other Missouri communities.

  • County puts emergency communication up a notch

    Addressing the restrictions first responders in St. Peters and other cities in St. Charles County experience in talking to one another directly, a new communications system is to allow all emergency personnel throughout the county to interact.

  • St. Peters cameras could be given red light

    Three cases are currently before the Missouri Supreme Court that could determine whether or not St. Peters, St. Louis, and St. Louis County can continue to use cameras to pick up traffic violations.

  • New hotel in the St. Peters pipeline

    Construction workers in St. Peters have begun tearing down the old Holiday Inn, located on Veterans Memorial Parkway, to make room for a new hotel.

  • Soccer program set to kick start

    Soccer is the most popular sport in the world, and now St. Peters' young people can learn how to play it.

  • St. Peters has a red-light camera rethink

    St. Peters, which is the only government in St. Charles County using red-light cameras, will suspend their use temporarily.

  • St. Peters couple gives back to local kids

    A group of jackpot winners paid a visit to a local childrens organisation earlier this month as they looked to put something back into the community.

  • St. Peters boy's wish fulfilled

    St. Peters resident Wesley, 7, has said that he would like to go to the Atlantis Resort in the Bahamas. Now, thanks to Make-A-Wish and its alliance with the United Health Foundation, Wesley will soon be on his way to swim with sharks at the resort.

  • Local school curtails classes and offers materials to homeschoolers

    Willott Christian Academy, located in St. Peters, is set to close its middle school and elementary classrooms.

  • New firehouse to slash St. Peters response times

    A new firehouse opened on April 24 in St. Peters, Missouri, and sources say it will be beneficial to thousands of residents.