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Clydesdale Park renamed in honor of fallen police officer

by Gloria Lloyd
In what has to be record-setting speed for St. Louis County government, in the span of a few days this week, Clydesdale Park got a new name, new signs and a new purpose as a lasting memorial to fallen police Officer Blake Snyder. » more
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Trakas, Yaeger vie for County Council seat

by Mike Anthony
An Oakville attorney and a former state representative from Lemay are vying in the Tuesday, Nov. 8, election for the 6th District County Council seat being vacated by Kevin O’Leary, D-Oakville. » more

Board drops lawsuit seeking new election in Sunset Hills

Hardy says he’s weighing legal action; set to address election board this week
by Gloria Lloyd
A new Ward 1 aldermanic election in Sunset Hills will not take place, ending six months of uncertainty about the seat currently held by Board of Aldermen President Richard Gau. » more

Donations pour in for Officer Snyder’s family

How you can help: List of all the latest fundraisers for BackStoppers
by Gloria Lloyd
Abigail Kritzer of Affton, right, and her neighbors Connor and Vivian Lang visit the Affton South-west Precinct Saturday to donate money from a lemonade stand they held to benefit the family of Officer Blake Snyder, who was shot and killed while responding » more

Mehlville board to weigh key decisions on school of innovation

Board to make final decision about new school in January
by Gloria Lloyd
The Mehlville Board of Education’s final decision on whether to open a new elementary school of innovation won’t happen until January, but key decisions could come next week. » more

BREAKING NEWS: Berra withdraws plans for 232-unit apartment complex

Stenger 'very pleased' plans permanently withdrawn
by Gloria Lloyd
The developer of a proposed 232-unit apartment development at Tesson Ferry and Bauer roads has permanently withdrawn plans for the project. » more

Lindbergh sisters finish in sixth place in State Doubles Tennis Tournament

'Thrill of a lifetime to be able to coach the two of them,' Conti says
by Robert Chalupny
With a sixth-place finish in the Class 2 State Championship Doubles Tennis Tournament, sisters Kat and Alex Rosenberger made history for the Lindbergh High School varsity girls’ program with their third consecutive appearance at state and created » more

Football Tigers tame Panthers 17-10

Oakville to square off against Rockwood Summit
by Robert Chalupny
The National Football League saying goes that your team can win on "any given Sunday." » more


Age for tobacco sales raised
Do you agree with the County Council's decision to raise the age of tobacco sales to 21, a move praised by anti-smoking groups but criticized by e-cigarette advocates who say it will be harder for younger smokers to quit?

Tests confirm safe drinking water districtwide in Lindbergh Schools

Faucets will be replaced in two student areas
Following extensive testing of every sink and drinking fountain districtwide, Lindbergh Schools officials confirm that virtually all 100 water samples tested are safe and free of lead. » more

Sappington fifth-graders collect over $20,000 for BackStoppers

Sappington Elementary School fifth-graders collected $20,571.32 to support the BackStoppers during an all-day Lemon-AID stand on Wednesday, Oct. 19. » more

Mehlville schools hold ‘PJs for Police’ event

All elementary schools in the Mehlville School District held a ‘PJs for Police’ event last week, and pajama-wearing students raised more than $10,000 for BackStoppers. The idea to raise money for the family of Officer Blake Snyder, who was » more
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Try this tasty soup during cool weather

When it’s hot and humid in St. Louis, I doubt many people hunger for soup. »» more

Strawberries just may be a real brain booster

New research conducted at the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Human Nutri-tion Research Center on Aging at Tufts University and presented to the Society for Neuroscience revealed that strawberries might effectively combat age-related cognitive decline. » more

Enter Call Newspapers' Home for the Holidays Recipe Contest

Deadline Oct. 31 for annual contest
It's almost time for that annual tradition.... the Call's Home for the Holidays Recipe Contest! Enter one or all the following contest categories and win fabulous prizes fit for a holiday feast. You may also have your favorite recipes published as part » more

Election 2016: Missouri Constitutional Amendment 2, campaign finance reform

Full text of proposed amendments featured in two Call print editions
Ahead of the Nov. 8 election, we are featuring the full text of the five proposed amendments to the Missouri Constitution in our print edition this week (Oct. 20) and next week in our Oct. 27 print edition. The text of all the proposed amendments is » more

Election 2016: Proposed Missouri Constitutional amendments

Five new amendments on Nov. 8 ballot
Full text of the proposed amendments to the Constitution of Missouri and Statutory Propositions to be submitted to the qualified voters of the State of Missouri at the General Election to be held on Tuesday, the 8th day of November, 2016. » more

South County Police Association to hold Officer of the Year Banquet tonight

Sifton hopes for large turnout at annual event
After a sad few weeks in the wake of the line-of-duty death of Officer Blake Snyder, the South County Police Business Association is holding its annual Officer of the Year Banquet tonight. » more
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