April 23, 2020

O’Fallon City Council approves $84.2 million Fiscal Year 2021 budget

The fiscal year 2021 budget received its final approval Monday night from the O’Fallon City Council. The new fiscal year begins May 1, 2020. The $84,269,440 balanced-budget was approved as it has been presented to the council and committees over the past couple of months. City staff has indicated budget changes may need to be made in the future, as the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the shelter-in-place order are realized.

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Senior Athlete Spotlight: Tommy Fulford

“ Something that I love about the sport of lacrosse is that no matter where you played and how far you went, we are all brothers off of the field. There is something that all lacrosse players have that most athletes don’t. On the field we are waging war, but when we are off of the field we are breaking bread as brothers.”

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Senior Athlete Spotlight: Raygn Jordan

OTHS senior Raygn Jordan has only played Varsity Girls Lacrosse for a short time, but her team will leave a lasting impact on her.

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Senior Athlete Spotlight: Logan Lowery

OTHS senior Logan Lowery has been playing baseball for more than a decade, and this would have been his last season playing competitively.

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Two Cents Worth: Skewed death count data causes breakdown in trust

It’s high time the Governor begins to understand that he is the chief executive of a massive state and that the problems facing Chicago are not the same as those facing those of us downstate. While St. Clair County has higher numbers than surrounding counties, it’s because more people live here. That was bound to happen!