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St. Louis, a large city in Missouri is known as the "Gateway to the West" because it served as a departure point for settlers heading to the west as well as the starting point and the return destination of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. It is a state with both Midwestern and Southern cultural influences, reflecting its history as a border state between the two regions. The state is named after the Missouri Siouan Indian tribe.

 

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The Redhawks rolled to a 77-0 victory over NAIA newcomer Missouri Baptist in coach Tom Matukewicz's first game.

 

The Southeast Missouri State volleyball team, entering its fourth season under coach Julie Yankus, can breathe a little easier going into the year. The expectations for the Redhawks, which lost key...

 

When the Southeast Missouri State cross country team begins its season Saturday morning at the Gabby Reuveni Early Bird in St. Louis it will take another step toward its ultimate goal of finishing in....

 

The Knightettes topped Notre Dame in three sets

 

Jackson (1-0) at Vianney Last week: Jackson 62, Battle 34; Vianney 42, Francis Howell North 13 Last year: Vianney 52, Jackson 27 (regular season); Jackson 14, Vianney 0 (Class 5 District 1 final)...

 

Saxony Lutheran, Leopold, Advance and Woodland all reached the semifinals of the Woodland Invitational volleyball tournament with wins Thursday night. Saxony Lutheran rallied for a 22-25, 25-16,...

 

"I kept on having nightmares about last season's special teams, so I didn't really know what we were going to get," Southeast Missouri State football coach Tom Matukewicz said.

 

Among other activities, local re-enactors will demonstrate rifle and cannon fire from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday, Labor Day, at the Fort D Historic Site. Period hammered dulcimer music will begin at 11.....

 

It's a warm, quiet weekday night downtown; not too hot to walk. In fact, the muggy river air makes stepping into LoDo's cool, neon ambience especially soothing. The Broncos hold a seven-point lead...

 

A 14-inch water main that cracked earlier this week under the Southeast Missouri State University campus has been repaired. The job was completed by 8:30 p.m. Wednesday. The break prompted classes to....

 
 

Top News Headlines for St. Louis from STLtoday.com

Most school districts earn high marks on review; a few are at risk of losing state accreditation.

 

The district's test scores and overall district performance over the years have put it on the cusp of a downgrade to provisional.

 

Artistry and beautiful costumes build a bridge between cultures.

 

Cardinals catcher excels in his final rehab game with Class AA Springfield and says he's ready to start today in St. Louis.

 

Both companies are marketing small, powerful handguns. There's a reason they're similar.

 

Ferguson should cancel all warrants, fines for nonviolent offenders, lawyers say.

 

Password is 'bawk, bawk;' proper response is 'cluck, cluck.'

 

With her daily presence at Ferguson protests, the self-proclaimed unpopular legislator is suddenly very popular in some circles.

 

Obama administration attempts to address concerns of religious employers while protecting access to birth control.

 

The festival, which organizers hope will become an annual event, aims to improve the community's tarnished image.

 
 

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