She followed her fiancee to Brentwood from Indiana. She was crowned on Sunday.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
- Doug Miner
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
Nicole Rash, 27, of Brentwood, was crowned Ms. America at the national pageant on Sunday. Rash told STLtoday in a phone interview on Tuesday, that she moved to Brentwood when her fiancee, Grant Cook, was transfered here. They're planning a Sept. wedding. Also from the article: Rash is employed as a model, actress, and corporate spokesperson, and will complete her bachelor’s degree in Spanish from Ball State University in May. She also describes herself as a philanthropist and says she is especially passionate about her platform of service "Breath Easy - Keeping our Youth Smoke and Tobacco Free." She was also interviewed by the Riverfront Times before she went out to the national contest.
Santorum more than doubles Romney's vote total; however primary victory doesn't mean Missouri is his.
- Joe Scott
Wednesday, February 8, 2012
If Tuesday’s presidential primary was nothing but a Republican beauty contest, then Rick Santorum was crowned Mr. Missouri and Mr. Congeniality. Santorum cruised to an easy 30-percentage point win over Mitt Romney, and received more than half the Republican vote in the state. “Conservatism is alive in Missouri and Minnesota,” Santorum told the crowd attending his victory party at the St. Charles Convention Center. “I hope you have been listening to our message. Mitt Romney has the same positions as Barack Obama,” Santorum said in his victory speech. Santorum said he isn’t claiming to be the conservative alternative to Romney, but he is claiming to be the conservative alternative to Obama. With 99.6 percent of the precincts reporting, the …