Post-Dispatch photos: Saturday, October 01, 2011
Date: 10/1/2011 Album ID: 1333888
Photos by Erik Lunsford/
Photographs by staff photographers
September 30, 2011 -- Police wrap up at the scene where a woman's body was found in a trash bin in the 3600 block of Tennessee early Friday morning in south St. Louis City. She didn't climb in there, said Lt. John Green, commander of the St. Louis police homicide division.  She was dumped, Green said.  Erik M. Lunsford elunsford@post-dispatch.com
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September 30, 2011 -- Ironworkers from Acme Erectors, Inc., install a nearly 10-foot tall sculpture entitled Big Suit on Friday at the Citygarden in downtown St. Louis. The workers include (clockwise from top) Sean Gilliam, Tim Erbes and Randy Erbes. They used a crane to lower it into place before it was welded.  It's created from aluminum and is painted, by Austrian artist Erwin Wurm. Huy Mach hmach@post-dispatch.com

Watch a video of the installation at stltoday.com/multimedia
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SEPTEMBER 21 2011- I am frustrated to the max. It has been hard to sleep at night, said Joyce Hudson, a resident who lives along a section of Screech Owl Circle that sits below the 670-foot elevation mark.  Hudson and her husband recently had their 2000 square foot retirement dream home built on lakefront property. The Hudsons are among thousands of property owners along the lake who
are stuck in legal limbo after being notified that all or part of their homes, decks, gazebos and patios were built on land that belongs to
Ameren Missouri's Bagnell Dam project.
Someone should have told us. We got a building permit September 2008, said Hudson. Laurie Skrivan | lskrivan@post-dispatch.com
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SEPTEMBER 21 2011- If they take one, they are going to have to take them all, Chris Blacks, who takes a boat ride with longtime girlfriend Kay Eagan and pet Bailey, who lives along a section of Screech Owl Circle that sits below the 670-foot elevation mark. Black, who spends part of the year year with Eagan at the Lake of the Ozarks home, recently learned that the lakefront property was built on land that falls within the project boundaries for Lake of the Ozarks that is owned by Ameren Missouri. It's unbelievable, said Eagan, who  is among 1,200 other homeowners who are facing the very real possibility that they may lose their homes.  Laurie Skrivan | lskrivan@post-dispatch.com
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SEPTEMBER 21 2011- If they take one, they are going to have to take them all, Chris Blacks, who tends to the backyard of his longtime girlfriend Kay Eagan, who lives along a section of Screech Owl Circle that sits below the 670-foot elevation mark. Black, who spends part of the year year with Eagan at the Lake of the Ozarks home, recently learned that the lakefront property was built on land that falls within the project boundaries for Lake of the Ozarks that is owned by Ameren Missouri. It's unbelievable, said Eagan, who  is among 1,200 other homeowners who are facing the very real possibility that they may lose their homes.  Laurie Skrivan | lskrivan@post-dispatch.com
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SEPTEMBER 21 2011- Ameren UE almost always has at least easement rights to 662 foot and own as high as 674 foot elevation at around the Lake of the Ozarks.  Two buildings in the Lake Valley Condos, center, are among  the 4000 structures--homes, decks, gazebos and patios were built on land that belongs to Ameren Missouri's Bagnell Dam project. Laurie Skrivan | lskrivan@post-dispatch.com
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SEPTEMBER 30 2011- Harris-Stowe Honeycomb dancer Jessica Williams, 20 breaks it down during the Harris-Stowe State University's annual Homecoming parade along Market Street Friday morning. Laurie Skrivan | lskrivan@post-dispatch.com
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September 22 , 2011- Bryan Brand, the organizer of the Jesus Name Project, which erected billboards with the name Jesus in green and white, carries posters and bumper stickers in his truck in the same color scheme as the billboards.


Stephanie S. Cordle  scordle@post-dispatch.com
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25 Sept. 2011 -- WENTZVILLE, Mo. -- Bryan Brand (center), a pastoral staff member at Element Church, talks with his son-in-law Matt Mealer (left), wife Vicki Brand and Jon Henry, pastor of groups and connections at the church, following Sunday services at the church in Wentzville, Mo. Sept. 25, 2011.

Photo by Sid Hastings  For the Post-Dispatch
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Friday September 30, 2011--Members of the East St. Louis boys football team celebrate their 23-22 win over O'Fallon after a Southwestern Conference boys football game between East Louis and O'Fallon on Friday in East Louis. 
David Carson    dcarson@post-dispatch.com
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September 30,  2011---
Kirkwood's Andre Harris makes a catch in the air as Parkway Central's Devon Westley tries to break it up as Kirkwood high school takes on Parkway Central in Chesterfield Friday night. 
Emily Rasinski  erasinski@post-dispatch.com
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Friday September 30, 2011--East St. Louis' Abdul Boyd pulls in a pass over O'Fallon's Darius Mosely  to complete a two point conversion after first quarter touch during a Southwestern Conference boys football game between East Louis and O'Fallon on Friday in East Louis. 
David Carson    dcarson@post-dispatch.com
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