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Steigers Sell Jewelry Business After 40 Years

By MARK EVANS STE. GENEVIEVE HERALD Gas was 57 cents a gallon, Gerald Ford was in the White House and Bob Gibson was still pitching for the Cardinals in 1975, when Tom and Sue Steiger started working at the jewelry store at 272 Merchant Street. Harry “Quinton” Klaus owned the business, having run it since…

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Gadell Eager To Continue Anvil’s Long Heritage

By MARK EVANS STE. GENEVIEVE HERALD Owning the Anvil Saloon and Restaurant  is not a new idea to Stephanie Gadell. Gadell, who bought the establishment from Madeline Jett this fall, along with her boyfriend, Cade Marceaux, has been around the place a long time. She started working there several years ago at age 17. “It’s…

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Machos Tacos Brings Mexican Flavor To Town

By MARK EVANS mevans@stegenherald.com Cousins Gerardo Milian and Josiah Seyer are reaching back to their Mexican heritage to bring a new taste treat to Ste. Genevieve. Milian and Seyer have opened Machos Tacos at 634 Ste. Genevieve Drive (US Highway 61). The building once housed a Taco Bell restaurant. Milian said most of the recipes…

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Hahn Is New Country Mart Pharmacist

From staff reports Erika Hahn has taken over as pharmacist at Rozier’s Country Mart in Ste. Genevieve. She assumed duties June 30, upon the retirement of Mark McKenzie, who had served for nine years. Hahn has more than 10 years of pharmacy management experience, along with 15 years of previous retail management. A Ste. Genevieve…

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Elpers, Ability NetworkMark 30 Years

A Ste. Genevieve company is making it possible for over 2,000 children and adults with developmental disabilities across Missouri to receive a variety of needed services. That company is Ability Network, Inc., which has a small administrative office across from Sirros on Merchant Street. Ability Network is the largest and oldest contracting agency for Missouri…

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Farmers Market Open For 2020 Season

The Ste. Genevieve Farmers Market officially opened this past weekend and is open each Saturday morning at the Knights of Columbus pavilion. The market has a variety of spring vegetables, canned goods, baked goods, herbs, soaps, bees wax items, and more. Signs will direct the flow of people and encourage social distancing. Pets are discouraged.

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PSC Sets Intervention Deadline For Spire Case

Spire Missouri, Inc. (Spire East and Spire West) has filed an application with the Missouri Public Service Commission seeking an Accounting Authority Order (AAO) to govern costs and financial impacts associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. Spire Missouri, Inc.’s application states it is seeking an AAO from the commission authorizing the company to track and defer,…

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County Library Receives Grant From Dollar General Literacy Foundation

The Dollar General Literacy Foundation last week announced the award of approximately $154,000 in literacy grants to Missouri nonprofit organizations, including $2,000 for the Ste. Genevieve County Library. The grants are part of the Dollar General Literacy Foundation’s largest one-day grant announcement, which supports summer, family and adult literacy programs. In total, the foundation awarded…

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Public Service Commission OKs Increase In Spire’s ISRS

The Missouri Public Service Commission approved an agreement reached by Spire Missouri, Inc., the staff of the Missouri Public Service Commission and the Office of the Public Counsel which will change the infrastructure system replacement surcharge (ISRS) for Spire West customers and Spire East customers [formerly Laclede Gas Company] of Spire Missouri, Inc. The ISRS…

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Citizens Electric Board Announces Return Of $4 Million In Capital Credits To Members In May, June To Help During COVID-19 Pandemic

Citizens Electric Corporation (CEC) members will receive a record $4 million in capital credits in their bills in the months of May and June. Operating as non-profits, electrical cooperatives utilize margins above expenses first for re-investment and then return excess funds to its members at the discretion of the board of directors. Last year, CEC…

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