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Midwest Salute to the Arts Aug. 24-26

By Randy Pierce tribune@heraldpubs.com FAIRVIEW HEIGHTS – Entertainment for all ages, a nice variety of food and drink and five tents filled with the work of diversely talented artists from near and far will be featured at the Midwest Salute to the Arts, a free admission event which is being held at Moody Park on…

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Memorial Water Fountain Debuts At Scheve Park

By Pamela Rensing mascherald@heraldpubs.com When long-time resident John Stepanek passed away in May 2016, his son wanted to gift the community with something that would reflect his father’s love for Mascoutah. John’s son, Dr. David Stepanek of Yakima, WA, presented the Mascoutah Evening Lions Club with a check for $1,000 with the understanding that the…

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HSHS St. Joseph-Breese Aux. Presents $12,000 to Students

BREESE -The Auxiliary at HSHS St. Joseph’s in Breese recently presented $1,000 grants to each of a dozen healthcare career students in fields as diverse as athletic training/physical therapy, nursing, nurse anesthetist, physician assistant and radiology technology. The $12,000 in awards were given during the organization’s annual meeting Thursday, June 28, at the Breese American…

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Wrestlers Welcome Tough Summer Workouts

Montgomery finished second at the Disney Duals By Sam Graf Mascoutah Herald MASCOUTAH – All summer long, MHS Assistant Wrestling Coaches Shane Bates and Rich Montgomery have had a whole slew of grapplers competing at various tournaments, gaining new skills at camps, and getting stronger in the high-school weight room. The expected result of all…

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Mascoutah Police Seek Public’s Help

On 7/24/18 around 6:20 p.m., the Mascoutah Police Department responded to Scheve Park in reference to a burglary to vehicle complaint. The suspect apparently used a window punch to gain access to a vehicle where he was able to steal a purse. The purse contained credit/debit cards which were immediately used at local businesses. Attached…

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