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Lindbergh taxpayers will save $1.1 million in sale of GO bonds

by Mike Anthony
Lindbergh Schools taxpayers will save roughly $1.1 million with the sale of more than $34 million in general-obligation bonds. » more
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Police respond to multiple calls by, about Furrer

by Gloria Lloyd
The July episode with a Fenton bicyclist was not the first time Sunset Hills police responded to the scene of an incident involving Mayor Mark Furrer. » more

Sunset Hills aldermen hear from New Balance officials

Joint meeting of aldermen, finance panel set next week
by Mike Anthony
A representative of New Balance Athletic Shoe Inc. told the Sunset Hills Board of Aldermen last week that paying taxes to the city on a gross-receipts basis "is not sustainable for our business." » more

Police and plowing issues draw 90 to board meeting

Police chief thanks aldermen for backing his department
by Gloria Lloyd
The city of Sunset Hills has always plowed private streets after snowstorms, but residents are frustrated because it is now up in the air whether the practice is legal. » more

Roby casts deciding vote against proposed Charter amendment

If board had OK’d measure, mayor would have vetoed it
by Mike Anthony
Crestwood Mayor Gregg Roby cast a tie-breaking vote last week against an ordinance to put a Charter amendment on the April ballot that would have asked voters to place the city clerk’s position under the supervision of aldermen. » more

Seibert first female chair of Friendship Village board

Lydia Seibert, the first female board chair of Friendship Village, will continue a tradition of strong leadership with emphasis on listening to residents in her new position. » more

Panthers roll over Seckman 33-9

First win of season gives Mehlville some momentum
by Robert Chalupny
The Mehlville Senior High School varsity football team started the 2013 season exactly the same way as the 2014 season is unfolding. » more

Football Tigers defeat Fox 21-14

Oakville's first win of season a confidence-builder
by Robert Chalupny
The Oakville Senior High School varsity football team got a much-needed victory Friday night, defeating Fox 21-14. » more


County executive election
Now that voters have made their choices in Tuesday's primary election, which candidate will you vote for in the Nov. 4 election for county executive?

Field hockey program a real success story

Willie tapped as head coach of Oakville field hockey team
by Robert Chalupny
After being cut from the soccer team 13 years ago, Oakville High School freshman Carrie Lampe decided if she couldn’t play that sport, she would find one of her own — field hockey. » more

Anti-discrimination coalitions, alumnae rallying behind fired Cor Jesu teachers

St. Stanislaus priest among those attending school rally
by Gloria Lloyd
Anti-discrimination coalitions and some Cor Jesu Academy alumnae are rallying be-hind two gay teachers who were fired from the school before the school year began. » more

Strolling Strings set 20th annual Cake Auction

The Lindbergh High School Strolling Strings will conduct its 20th annual Cake Auction Tuesday, Sept. 23, in the Lind-bergh High School cafeteria, 5000 S. Lind-bergh Blvd. » more
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‘Safety first’ best recipe for great grilling season

Grilling is one of America’s favorite pastimes and a popular summer activity in backyards across the country. »» more

Fajitas help stretch steak portions, budget

by Bill Milligan
I like the sound of fajitas sizzling in their pan as they’re brought out to patrons at Mexican restaurants. » more

Freshen up salads with sweet, juicy pears

Bring a sweet touch to your salads by adding fresh pears. » more

Firefighters participate in training

Mehlville Fire Protection District firefighters participated in a training class last week at Clydesdale Park in Green Park to earn their trench-rescue certification. Roughly 25 MFPD firefighters participated in the four-day class. » more

Suson Park marks 50th anniversary

Suson Park, 6073 Wells Road, is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, and its final Farm Friday of the year offered the perfect way for children 10 years old and younger to experience all the park has to offer. Among the activities offered last » more

Lawmakers override governor's veto of gun bill

Measure allows school officials to carry arms
by Steven Anthony
JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri House members put the finishing touches on completely overriding Gov. Jay Nixon's veto of a controversial gun bill early Thursday morning. » more
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