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Teachers offer details of working to contract

by Mike Anthony
Lindbergh Schools teachers have outlined the parameters of their decision to work to contract, including "no unpaid tutoring/study sessions." » more
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Link contains ‘propaganda,’ teacher’s spouse contends

by Mike Anthony
Second of two parts: The husband of a Lindbergh Schools teacher recently condemned the latest issue of the district’s Lindbergh Link newsletter, contending it contains "propaganda." » more

Mehlville soon will launch new website with financial accountability portal

School district’s new website will cost $18,000 each year
by Gloria Lloyd
The Mehlville School District will launch a new website by August, including a financial accountability portal and a built-in strategic plan dashboard. » more

Board OKs pay increases for Mehlville administrators

School board approves pay increases for administrators; Murphy votes ‘no’
by Gloria Lloyd
After a pay freeze last year, every Mehlville School District administrator will receive a raise this year, except Superintendent Chris Gaines. » more

East-West Gateway to aid with administrator search

Search for Pope’s successor will cost Green Park $7,000
by Mike Anthony
The Green Park Board of Aldermen voted last week to adopt a resolution approving an agreement with the East-West Gateway Council of Governments for "technical assistance" in finding a new city administrator/city clerk. » more

Commission recommends approval of apartments on Tesson Ferry Road

County Council could weigh proposal if O’Leary introduces legislation for it
by Gloria Lloyd
Despite the overwhelming opposition of the neighbors surrounding an apartment complex proposed for the intersection of Tesson Ferry and Bauer roads, county planners view the project as a good fit for the neighborhood. » more

Lindbergh High angler named a Bassmaster All-American

Trey Schroeder current Missouri high school champion
Lindbergh High School student Trey Schroeder has been selected as one of 12 members of the 2016 Bassmaster High School All-American Fishing Team. » more

SMMA boys capture championship

This St. Margaret Mary Alacoque fifth-grade boys’ basketball team recently captured the Catholic Youth Council’s City/County Championship. The boys had a 21-2 record for the season. Team members, front row, from left, are: Jack Dawson, Nathaniel » more


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Lindbergh ECE Students enjoy pony rides

Center offers in-house field trips during summer
Lindbergh Early Childhood Education students recently enjoyed pony rides from Robin’s Pony Express. » more

FBLA students qualify for National Leadership Conference

Four Lindbergh students travel to Atlanta
Four students from Lindbergh High School's Future Business Leaders of America association qualified for the National Leadership Conference in Atlanta this summer, where they competed among 12,000 students from around the country. » more

Oakville High student to attend Boys Nation

Aaron Wali Mohabbat, an incoming senior at Oakville High School, has been selected as a senator for the American Legion Boys Nation that will take place from Friday, July 22, to Saturday, July 30, in the Washington, D.C., area. » more
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Slow-cooked beef brisket delivers very aromatic, extremely tasty treat

Beef brisket is one of those cuts of meat that benefits from long, low-temperature cooking methods and creates a wonderful aroma in the house while you cook it in the oven. »» more

Elegant beef invokes sense of adventure

by Bill Milligan
I’m always experimenting with beef tenderloin. » more

Slow cooking offers tasty results

Eat a hot, wholesome meal on busy days
On those busy days when you don’t have much time, a slow cooker can be the solution to getting a hot, wholesome meal on the table. » more

Nixon ‘pleased’ with ruling uphold veto of HB 150

Bill would have cut unemployment benefits to 13 weeks
JEFFERSON CITY — Gov. Jay Nixon said he is "pleased’ regarding the Missouri Supreme Court’s ruling upholding his veto of 2015’s House Bill 150. » more

Boyko, Eagleton seek Democratic nod for state Senate seat

Koenig, Stream vie for GOP nomination in 15th District
by Staff Report
Democrats Mark Boyko and Stephen Eagleton are seeking their party’s nomination next Tuesday in the race for 15th District Missouri Senate seat. » more

Lindbergh graduate named Sailor of the Day

Airman Ryan Woodland, center, assigned to the VAQ-133 Wizards of Electronic Attack Squadron, receives the Sailor of the Day Award from Capt. Greg Huffman, right, commanding officer of the aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis, and Command Master Chief » more
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