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Vandals strike Viburnum schools

    Viburnum schools were burglarized in the late night and early morning hours of January 11 and 12. Each of the district’s buildings was broken into and sustained damage, with the majority centered at the junior high.

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Leasburg man causes disturbance at Indian Hills

A Leasburg man faces three criminal charges after several Indian Hills residents reported he was running around the area and he allegedly kicked one resident’s vehicle headlight out.

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Alleged murderer’s wife charged with child endangerment

The wife of the suspect charged with murdering a handicapped man in Davisville now faces charges for endangering the welfare of her 13-year-old son.

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Family still seeking info on missing woman

    The family of a missing St. James woman is still seeking assistance in finding their family member.
    Amanda Caudill, 27, of St. James, has been missing since Monday, December 15.

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Cause Momentum raises $3,600 for Vietnam monument

The Crawford County Vietnam War Era Monument is closer to becoming a reality thanks to the generous donations made during a recent Cause Momentum effort sponsored by the Crawford County Foundation. A total of 49 donors gave more than $3,600 toward the project.

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High-profile murder case topped county stories in 2014

    Crawford County saw a lot of good and bad news during 2014. The county was in the spotlight by the St. Louis media during a murder trial over a shooting on the Meramec River and local residents selected new county leadership in the November election. Here are some of the top stories from the past year:

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