Getting My RC Camera Drone To Work in Saint Peters MO 63376
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Most drones are really very easy to fly, although the controls will probably be a bit various depending on which kind of drone you get. Camera drones are the easiest drones to fly, whilst toy drones is often harder (as a result of their insufficient sensors and flying aids).
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Parents offer opposing opinions on raffling off firearms to raise money
ST. PETERS, MO - Some local youth sports parents are weighing in on the decision of a Neosho youth team to raise money by raffling off an AR-15. Organizers of that raffle have been criticized by some who point out the AR-15 was the type of firearm used ...
Park Hill South’s Riekhof earns four more swim medals at state
... as a high school swimmer on Saturday at the Missouri Class 2 Swimming Championships at the St. Peters Rec-Plex in St. Peters, Mo. But with the tear came a huge smile as Riekhof capped off a stellar high-school career with a pair of second-place ...
TJ’s Martucci places third in backstroke at state meet
ST. PETERS, Mo. — With Thomas Jefferson’s Caroline Martucci leading the way, a large number of area athletes earned all-state recognition on Friday at the MSHSAA Class 1 Girls Swimming and Diving Championships at the St. Peters Rec-Plex. Swimmers from ...
Glendale wins Class 1 state swim championship with gold in final relay
ST. PETERS, Mo. — For Glendale, it all came down to the 400 freestyle relay. For swim fans, it doesn’t get any better. The Falcons trailed Parkway Central by three points going into the final event of the 2018 MSHSAA Class 1 Girls State Championships.
St. Louis Judge Regrets Teen's 241-Year Sentence
ST. LOUIS, MO — A former St. Louis judge who sentenced a teenager to more than a lifetime in prison for a 1995 robbery is today saying her decision was unjust. "I sentenced a teen to die in prison," she wrote in an editorial in the Washington Post Tuesday.