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Riverside Shakespeare Theater Company Presents 'As You Like It'

Riverside Shakespeare Theater Company Presents 'As You Like It'

Company will perform Shakespeare's comedy June 21-23, 29-1 in Frontier Park.

Riverside Shakespeare Theatre Company returns to St. Charles' Frontier Park with As You Like It.

Read the full story here: http://stcharles.patch.com/articles/riverside-shakespeare-company-presents-as-you-like-it

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Manhunt In St. Charles

ST. CHARLES, MO (KTVI) – Bommarrito Automotive SkyFox flew over a small manhunt in St. Charles.  Police converged on a neighborhood on Muegge near Mexico Road searching for an unidentified suspect wanted for questioning for molesting a child.

Police say their search turned up empty.

New Sculpture Stands Over North Fifth Street

New Sculpture Stands Over North Fifth Street

Artist Andrew Andrasko didn't really get a chance to see the statue he made for the Boschert Greenway Trail until it was installed June 12.  

The statue, called Blomstré, stands in the center of an overlook near the intersection of North Fifth Street and Little Hills Expressway.

Read the full story here:http://stcharles.patch.com/articles/new-sculpture-made-of-bike-parts#photo-10330770

The War of 1812: A Local War Against the Native Americans

The War of 1812: A Local War Against the Native Americans

The St. Charles Veterans Commission honored the 200th anniversary of the declaration of the War of 1812 on Monday with a Military Tattoo, in which the Lewis and Clark fife and drum corps played. 

Commission member Tom Kuypers said he had an interest in seeing the war recognized.

Read the full story: http://stcharles.patch.com/articles/the-war-of-1812-a-war-many-forgot

Family-Owned Produce Stand Has Country Charm

Family-Owned Produce Stand Has Country Charm

In their second season, the Cummings’ family own and operate Lil’ Shack, brimming with countless varieties of homegrown fruit and vegetables. 

The business is booming compared to last year.

Read the full story here: http://stcharles.patch.com/articles/family-owned-produce-stand-in-wentzville-with-country-charm-draws-in-passers-by-from-the-area#photo-10341014

St. Charles To Commemorate War of 1812

St. Charles To Commemorate War of 1812

President James Madison signed a declaration of war against Great Britain on June 18, 1812. 

Tonight, the St. Charles City Veterans Commission will celebrate the 200th anniversary of the war with a memorial event at 7 p.m. at the St. Charles City Veterans Memorial at Bishops Landing.

Read the full story here: http://stcharles.patch.com/articles/st-charles-to-commemorate-war-of-1812

Dry Weather Could Make For Dangerous Fireworks Season

ST. CHARLES, MO (KTVI)– The extremely dry weather has area firefighters concerned.  Fireworks go on sale soon in some locations and that could make matters worse. 

Captain Dan Casey with the St. Charles Fire Department says, “This year we’re dry so we’re going to have to be on our toes a little bit.”

Federal officials reported fireworks cause 18,000 fires, 8,600 injuries and $38 million in property loses each year.  The arid conditions have firefighters here expecting a challenge.

Captain Dan Casey said, “When it’s dry like this we know we’re going to be busy.”

Megan Rosenkoetter owns a home in St. Charles County, she said, “It has been dry a lot lately so it can be a problem.” 

Fire officials are advising people to wet down yards where fireworks will be used and always have a bucket of water and a hose handy.  Homeowner Owen Burger plans to be watching the skies closely around July 4th