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Darren Jablonsky honored for outstanding customer service

Author: Dana Kazel on May 9 2018

Darren Jablonsky and Frank JewellDarren Jablonsky (left), Deputy Director of Planning, was recognized by the County Board for the outstanding work he consistently does to assist citizens and colleagues alike.

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Give your grocery list a makeover for better health

Author: Dana Kazel on May 7 2018

grocery bagsEating healthier doesn't happen by accident. St. Louis County Public Health Educator Aubrey Hoover offers advice on shopping smarter to eat better.

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County Board honors two for Public Health contributions

Author: Dana Kazel on Apr 3 2018

As part of National Public Health Week, the St. Louis County Board presented its third annual Public Health Achievement Awards, recognizing the good work of community partners: Heather Hemphill Keely and The Rutabaga Project.

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Land Surveying: then and now, and why it matters

Author: Dana Kazel on Apr 2 2018

Nick StewartWhat do you think of when you hear the term "land surveyor"? St. Louis County has a busy and productive Land Survey Division, and County Surveyor Nick Stewart describes the work they do.

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Take action today for a healthier tomorrow

Author: Dana Kazel on Mar 31 2018

Jennifer CollardMarch is National Nutrition Month, a great time to focus attention on the importance of making informed food choices and developing sound eating and physical-activity habits. Public Health Nurse Jennifer Collard offers some tips.

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