Minuteman Press

Minuteman Press
4135 Mexico Rd • St. Peters, MO 63376
Phone: 636-928-5529 • Fax: 636-928-8196 • Mon - Fri 9am - 5pm
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To get help on your next project or to place an order, visit our Customer Service Area. Visit our Products & Services area for a list of some of our products and services. For software downloads and answers to common printing questions, visit our Resources & Support area. To learn more about us, browse our Company Information section.

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News Center

  • Tryouts scheduled for local baseball starlets

    Trials have been arranged for youngsters who hope to be part of the Missouri Redhawks Baseball youth baseball effort.

  • Paramedics plan to help seniors beat the heat

    Hot summers can pose serious threats to seniors, which is why paramedics with the St. Charles County Ambulance District, which includes St. Peters, plan to be proactive this summer, and make sure seniors are safe when hot weather hits.

  • Cinderella coming to St. Peters

    St. Peters residents who have always wanted to meet a princess now have a chance to do so, as Cinderella will be joining those who attend the upcoming Family Night at Great Skate.

  • Art camps coming to St. Peters

    St. Peters parents who would like to provide their children with a safe, fun experience this summer while they are at work have an option courtesy of St. Peters Cultural Arts Centre

  • Fishing shop springs for Easter activities

    Locals in and around St. Peters can celebrate Easter with some festive events.

  • 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.