70 West Sentinel is an online source for news, information, and issues of importance to cities along the I-70 corridor in St. Charles and Warren Counties.
We will always strive to report news in a fair, objective and responsible manner.
Tamara Duncan, Publisher/Editor
Tammy Duncan is a 25-year resident of St. Charles County. She lives in the Josephville area with her husband Glenn and son Mike, who is a student at Ranken Tech. Her daughter Kathryn lives in California and her daughter Kimberly is a student at Savannah College of Art and Design.
Duncan has worn many hats over the years: teacher, freelance writer and reporter, nonprofit manager. She was one of the original group of journalists who launched St. Louis-area news websites in 2010 as part of AOL’s Patch.com.
“It was a format that excited me and content that I valued, and the community embraced it. It was something I wanted to bring back to St. Charles County after Patch was sold and reorganized,” Duncan said. So after months of research, she launched 70 West Sentinel on October 12, 2014. The site has experienced phenomenal growth, logging 63,o00 page views in June 2016.
Duncan’s other interests are volunteering, animals, history and historical re-enacting. She was one of the founders of the Living History Company, a 501(c)(3) company that supports and educates historical re-enactors.
Contributing to 70 West Sentinel
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