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Knost to reveal sequel to district facilities plan

by Gloria Lloyd
Superintendent Eric Knost is planning to reveal the sequel to his long-term facilities plan for the Mehlville School District at the Board of Education meeting tonight — April 24. » more

Hundreds of emails are sent to Dooley to stop library move

by Gloria Lloyd
As part of an email campaign with a goal of keeping the Tesson Ferry Library at its current location, hundreds of south county residents emailed County Executive Charlie Dooley last week to ask him to intervene in the St. Louis County Library Board of Trustees’ plan to move the branch. » more

Crestwood board votes 7-0 to OK Vincent as alderman

Vincent’s board experience praised by incoming mayor
by Mike Anthony
The Crestwood Board of Aldermen voted 7-0 last week to approve Mayor Jeff Schlink’s appointment of former Alderman Michael Vincent to the Ward 4 aldermanic seat vacated by Dan Tennessen, who resigned in February. » more

Mehlville board to hire interim superintendent for 2014-2015

Interested internal candidates interviewed by school board
by Staff Report
With new members in place on the Mehlville Board of Education, the board has begun making decisions on its superintendent search process, confirming that it will hire an interim superintendent next year. » more

MFPD board OKs pact for roof at No. 6 house

Two bids for new ambulance opened by Board of Directors
by Mike Anthony
A $28,348 contract to replace the roof at the Mehlville Fire Protection District’s No. 6 engine house was awarded last week by the Board of Directors. » more

Carmack qualifies for Edward Jones Financial Adviser Leaders Conference

Jody Dean Carmack, an Edward Jones financial adviser, recently qualified for the firm’s 2014 Financial Adviser Leaders Conference. » 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?

Lindbergh board recognizes National Board-Certified teachers

The Lindbergh Schools Board of Education recently recognized seven teachers for passing the National Board Certification process. » more

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
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Freshen up salads with sweet, juicy pears

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

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

Wohlwend Elementary School third-graders bring history to life for ‘Living Museum’ project

Students bring history to life for class project
In the hallways of Wohlwend Elementary School, Abraham Lincoln stood next to Anne Frank. » more

Kiwanis Club honors Outstanding Students

The Kiwanis Club of South County recently honored Ajla Babic of Margaret Buerkle Middle School and Kailey Weiskopf of St. Francis of Assisi Catholic School as its Outstanding Students of the Month. The two were honored for their outstanding academic » more

Concord, Long named Gold Star Schools

Focus on character education strong at both schools
Concord and Long elementary schools are two of eight high-achieving schools statewide that recently were recognized by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education as 2014 Missouri Gold Star Schools. » more
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