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Lindbergh officials look to fast-track construction of new school

by Mike Anthony
With voter approval of Proposition G last week, Lindbergh Schools officials look to fast-track the construction of a new elementary school, according to Superintendent Jim Simpson. » more
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Furrer calls write-in victory for mayoral post ‘stunning’

by Mike Anthony
No one was more surprised about the outcome of last week’s election in Sunset Hills than Mark Furrer, who called his write-in victory over incumbent Mayor Bill Nolan "stunning." » more

Roby will take oath of office as Crestwood mayor Tuesday

Schlink says he will appoint ex-alderman to vacant seat
by Gloria Lloyd
Just like in neighboring Sunset Hills, voters in Crestwood decided last week they want new leadership, ousting current Mayor Jeff Schlink in favor of former Alderman Gregg Roby. » more

Mehlville board bids farewell to departing members

Outgoing board praised by superintendent
by Gloria Lloyd
The Mehlville Board of Education bid an emotional farewell to three of its members last week, focusing on the accomplishments of the board over the past three years. » more

Mehlville board seats three new members

Fedorchak is new president
by Gloria Lloyd
The Mehlville Board of Education has a new complexion, with new leadership and three new members after last week’s election. » more

Sunset Hills company announces new partners

Northstar Management Co. of Sunset Hills announces that Senior Project Managers Kevin Studer, Chris Viviano and Mike Viviano have been selected as new partners. » more

Football Tigers to kick off 2014 season as Class 5 team

by Robert Chalupny
The Oakville Senior High School football program will kick off the 2014 season as a Class 5 school instead of Class 6 as a result of a recent decision by the Missouri State High School Activities Association that also changed class assignments for several » more

QAS girls capture championship

This Queen of All Saints soccer team captured the Catholic Youth Council’s Girls’ Parochial Open Division City-County Championship. The girls finished the season with a 9-0-1 record, scoring 41 goals and allowing nine. Team members, front » more


county executive republican primary
Filing recently concluded for the Aug. 5 primary, and three Republicans are vying for their party's nomination for county executive — Tony Pousosa, Matt Pirrello and Rick Stream. If the primary took place today, how would you cast your ballot?

Mehlville board to hire interim superintendent for 2014-2015 school year

Hiring decision targeted for May 22 board meeting
The Mehlville Board of Education has begun the process to find a successor to Superintendent Eric Knost, who is leaving July 1 to become the Rockwood School District superintendent. » more

Mehlville High students team up with preschoolers for Special Olympics events

The chant can be heard on Wednesdays this spring in the halls of Mehlville School District’s John Cary Early Childhood Center. » more

Blades principal squeaky clean

Students at Blades Elementary School recently collected close to $6,000 for the American Heart Association in their Jump Rope for Heart campaign. » more
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Slow cook your mashed potatoes

Here’s a quick tip for a delicious dish: Slow cook your mashed potatoes. »» more

Different types of sausage require different preparation techniques

Sausages are enjoying great popularity in the Uni­ted States these days as new flavors, convenient products and many great-tasting old standards are tastefully meeting Americans’ breakfast, lunch and dinner needs. » more

Take children snacking into the wild with mangos

The next time you’re looking for creative ways to enhance some of your children’s go-to favorites, consider this: Snacking now accounts for more than half of all eating occasions in the United States. » more

School staff make good on ‘kiss-a-goat’ promise

A promise is a promise
A promise is a promise at Margaret Buerkle Middle School, so administrators and teachers got up close and personal with a goat last week. » more

Hanaway to speak at Republican Club banquet

Catherine Hanaway, the first and only female speaker of the Missouri House and a former U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Missouri, will be the featured speaker at the annual Spring Banquet of the Tesson Ferry Township Republican Club. » more

Income-tax-cut measure moves to House rules panel

by Christine Roto
JEFFERSON CITY — Without any alterations, the Missouri House Ways and Means Committee voted to pass a bill that would cut income tax to the House Rules Committee. » more
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