Ron Hodges, a member of the Kirkwood Human Rights Commission, congratulates Kirkwood Police Chief Jack Plummer on his retirement at a May 20 gathering for the chief at the J. Milton Turner office building.
Sister Roseanne Cook talks to Willie Reed on the front porch of the home she shares with cancer patient Jesse Morrisette. Their only water is a faucet in the front yard. The photo is from the book, "Caring for America – The Story of Family Practice" by John R. Stanard.
The highlight of “Urban Planning: Art and the City” is Abigail DeVille’s “St. Louis Blues,” an installation of swirling debris and found objects centered on a wood-frame reconstruction of the city’s Old Courthouse dome – the site of slave auctions and the Dred Scott case.
photo by Adam Turl
The family of fallen St. Louis County Police Officer Blake Snyder, along with several members of the St. Louis County Police Department, traveled to Washington, D.C., to attend a ceremony at the National Law Enforcement Monument. Officer Snyder's name was added to the wall.
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