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Mehlville board places Prop R on Nov. 3 ballot

by Gloria Lloyd
Some Mehlville School District residents came out for and against a 49-cent tax-rate increase last week, but voters will get the final say when they weigh in on Proposition R in November. » more
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Survey shows voters will support Mehlville tax hike

by Gloria Lloyd
Although some Mehlville Board of Education members doubt district voters will approve a tax-rate increase in November, a survey indicated that a majority of voters, aware of the district’s financial state, would do just that. » more

Sunset Hills board hires interim office manager

Ernst says interim manager will save Sunset Hills money
by Gloria Lloyd
An out-of-state consultant will start working in Sunset Hills next week to fix some of the issues aldermen have identified in City Hall since the departure of former City Clerk Laura Rider in April. » more

UPDATED: Lindbergh bond refunding moves forward

Moody's reaffirms district's Aa1 bond rating
by Mike Anthony
The Lindbergh Board of Education is proceeding with a proposed bond refunding that could save district taxpayers $1 million. » more

New Grant’s View Branch Library will open months later than planned, Sorth tells board

Cliff Cave Branch will close in December for renovations
by Gloria Lloyd
Amid construction delays throughout the St. Louis County Library’s $100 million library renovation projects, library officials announced last week that the new Grant’s View Branch Library will open months later than originally scheduled, » more

Council subcommittee to vote on proposal for former Johnny's site

Planning panel recommended against car wash, round-the-clock hours for gas station
by Gloria Lloyd
Over months of meetings, residents and business owners have made it clear that no matter what, not everyone will be happy with the county’s decision on zoning for the former Johnny’s Market site. » more

Panthers to face Ritenour Friday night

Mehlville falls 55-7 to Chaminade
by Robert Chalupny
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Football Tigers dominate Parkway South 27-0

Oakville to face Eureka Friday night
by Robert Chalupny
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iPoll

Sylvan Springs Park
Should St. Louis County sell 38 acres of the 72-acre Sylvan Springs Park to the federal government to allow the expansion of Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery?

Lindbergh again named a top high school by Newsweek

Only nine Missouri high schools earned 2015 honor
Lindbergh High School once again has been named one of Newsweek magazines’s 500 Top High Schools, recognizing the school’s high graduation rate and outstanding academic achievement. » more

Lindbergh celebrates #firstdayflyers

Lindbergh Schools celebrated the first day of school Aug. 20 with its annual #firstdayflyers hashtag. The district encouraged parents to submit pictures of their students’ first day of school on Facebook and Twitter. Principals and teachers joined » more

ECE West opens for Lindbergh’s youngest students

New ECE facility located behind Truman Middle
Lindbergh Schools welcomed its youngest students to a brand-new building this week at Lindbergh Early Childhood Education West. » more
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Fuel your day with fresh Pear Smoothies

Shake up your smoothie routine and add fresh pears to the blender to boost your breakfast or snack. »» more

Sherry adds playful flavor to barbecued ribs

Oriental flavors add character to spice up barbecue sauce
by Bill Milligan
I made this barbecue sauce one hot summer day after I purchased some baby back pork ribs our meat market had advertised in our newspaper. » more

Red cabbage benefits from German tradition

by Bill Milligan
I associate this red cabbage with German food and nearly always serve it when I’m serving a German meal. My wife doesn’t like German food as much as I do, but I just have to have something with a vinegary taste periodically. » more

Haefner to seek re-election to District 95 House seat

Murphy no longer looks to run for Missouri House
by Gloria Lloyd
In the latest shakeup in 2016 south county races, Rep. Marsha Haefner, R-Oakville, announced this week that she will not run for the 1st District Missouri Senate seat currently held by Sen. Scott Sifton, D-Affton, and will instead seek re-election to » more

Former Missouri Sen. Anita Yeckel dies

Served two terms in Senate, three terms on Lindbergh school board
Former Missouri Sen. Anita Yeckel, 72, of Sunset Hills, passed away peacefully Wednesday, Aug. 26, after a long illness. » more

Furrer breaks tie to remove Gau from police panel

Bersche replaces Gau
by Gloria Lloyd
Mayor Mark Furrer broke a tie to replace Ward 1 Alderman Richard Gau on the Police Advisory Board last week. » more
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