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Sunset Hills Board of Aldermen approves vote of no confidence in mayor

by Gloria Lloyd
At the first Sunset Hills Board of Aldermen meeting since Mayor Mark Furrer was charged with two felonies two weeks ago, the board voted 6-1 Tuesday night to approve a vote of no confidence in Furrer and, in a separate vote, to get the ball rolling toward impeachment proceedings against the mayor. » more

Mehlville retreat topics include strategic plan, superintendent search

by Gloria Lloyd
The Mehlville Board of Education is set to conduct its first public discussions this weekend on the board’s superintendent search and on the progress of the district’s new strategic plan, a three-month process currently underway. » more

Lindbergh officials eye constructing ECE Annex

Early Childhood Education Annex would cost about $2.8 million, Board of Education told
by Gloria Lloyd
The Lindbergh Board of Education was scheduled earlier this week to consider authorizing administrators to move forward with plans to construct an Early Childhood Education Annex behind Truman Middle School, 12225 Eddie & Park Road. » more

Citizen alleges Roby removed him from panel illegally

Nieder seeks reappointment to Crestwood planning panel
by Mike Anthony
A former Crestwood alderman alleges that he was removed illegally from the city’s Planning and Zoning Commission by Mayor Gregg Roby. » more

Furrer plans ‘vigorous’ defense against felony charges

Funkenbusch terms incident ‘a classic case of road rage’
by Gloria Lloyd
Sunset Hills Mayor Mark Furrer will mount a "vigorous" defense against felony charges that he intentionally ran a Fenton bicyclist off the road in a hit-and-run, according to the mayor’s attorney. » more

Frein takes on project management at Friendship Village

Will oversee expansion, renovation projects in Sunset Hills, Chesterfield
From an early age, she liked helping others and didn’t mind getting her hands in the dirt doing it. » more

Football Flyers to tackle Tigers

Lindbergh travels to Oakville for final regular-season game
by Robert Chalupny
The Lindbergh High School varsity football team will tackle one of its biggest rivals tonight — Friday. » more

Oakville Tigers overwhelm Panthers 63-14

Oakville High football team will face Flyers Friday night
by Robert Chalupny
Friday’s Suburban West N Conference varsity football matchup between rival high schools Mehlville and Oakville proved to be a mismatch as the Tigers knocked the wind out of the Panthers, defeating them 63-14. » more


Sunset Hills mayor
In light of events this week, should Sunset Hills Mayor Mark Furrer resign?

Board discussion about Mehlville buses becomes philosophical debate on spending

Older buses haven’t affected student safety, Gilman says
by Gloria Lloyd
A discussion about the Mehlville School District’s recent bus-buying history turned into a larger debate on the district’s impending financial woes — whether board members should spend tax revenue to save taxpayers money and whether » more

Kiwanis Club honors Krystal Williams as Outstanding Student

The Kiwanis Club of South County recently honored Krystal Williams of Hancock Place Middle School as its Outstanding Student of the Month. » more

Lindbergh High band finishes first at contest

The Lindbergh High School Spirit of St. Louis Marching Band recently took top honors at the Lafayette High School band competition. » more
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Pairing the right wine with a meal can make a difference

No matter what you’re cooking, and whether you’re dining alone or entertaining a crowd, the right wine can elevate a simple meal. »» more

‘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

Ethics complaint filed against lobbyists who provided steak dinners to lawmakers

Lobbyists provided food, beverages at conference in Dallas
by Steven Anthony
JEFFERSON CITY — The liberal watchdog group Progress Missouri has filed an ethics complaint alleging lobbyists broke the law when providing more than $3,000 worth of food and beverages to lawmakers at an August conference in Dallas. » more

Affton man struck, killed by car

Accident occurred on Tesson Ferry, just south of Gravois
A 57-year-old Affton man was struck and killed by a car at roughly 9:30 p.m. Friday on Tesson Ferry Road, just south of Gravois Road. » more

Faulstich again seeks to unseat Montecillo

by Mike Anthony
A Concord Republican who unsuccessfully challenged Rep. Genise Montecillo, D-Affton, for the Missouri House District 92 seat in 2012 is seeking to unseat her in the Nov. 4 election. » more
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