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Mehlville officials look to improve block scheduling, not eliminate it

by Gloria Lloyd
Last of two parts: A committee of students, parents, teachers and administrators from Oakville and Mehlville high schools is set to consider changes to block scheduling, but Mehlville School District officials say they hope to improve the popular class structure rather than cut it altogether. » more
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Purchase of Johnny’s site will benefit Lindbergh for decades, Simpson says

by Mike Anthony
Last of two parts: Lindbergh Schools’ purchase of the former Johnny’s Market site to construct a new Central Office building will benefit the district for many decades to come, according to Superintendent Jim Simpson. » more

New Sunset Hills city administrator enjoying challenge of post

Board votes to hire Sterman over 51 other job applicants
by Gloria Lloyd
One month into the job, the first-ever Sunset Hills city administrator is enjoying the city, the community and the challenge of restructuring City Hall around his new position. » more

Lindbergh board weighs drone policy

Lindbergh officials concerned about safety with proposed drone policy, Simpson says
by Staff Report
Approval of a policy regulating the use of drones is scheduled to be considered by the Lindbergh Board of Education next month. » more

Council eyes final vote on apartment complex

Citizen didn’t know O’Leary would be ‘Stenger’s lapdog’
by Gloria Lloyd
After a week on hold, an apartment complex that thousands of south county residents say will permanently change their quiet Concord neighborhood is headed to a final vote by the County Council next week instead of the public hearing residents want. » more

Tesson Ferry apartments up for approval Tuesday

O'Leary votes for apartment complex, Wasinger opposes it
by Gloria Lloyd
After a week on hold, an apartment complex that thousands of south county residents say will permanently change their quiet Concord neighborhood is headed to a final vote by the County Council next week instead of the public hearing residents want. » more

Panthers set to tackle Pattonville Friday night

Mehlville looks for first win after falling to Francis Howell
by Robert Chalupny
The Mehlville High School varsity football team will tackle Pattonville at 7 p.m. Friday at home, 3200 Lemay Ferry Road. » more

Flyers tame Tigers 14-7 in opener; Lindbergh will face Jackson Friday

Team wins Norman's first game as coach
by Robert Chalupny
The Lindbergh High School varsity football team opened the 2016 season Friday night in dramatic fashion with a narrow 17-14 victory over rival Oakville in front of an enthusiastic home crowd. » more

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Mehlville students return to school

To the delight of many parents, Mehlville School District students returned to school Aug. 17. Returning students enjoyed many back-to-school activities, including Nevaeh Brannum, above, who attends Bierbaum Elementary School. Check back on this page » more

Lindbergh students return to school

To the delight of many parents, Lindbergh Schools students returned to school Aug. 18. At Concord Elementary School, students were welcomed back for the 2016-2017 school year with music, bubbles and fun, thanks to a visit from the Bubble Bus. Check back » more

Lindbergh retirees continue annual tradition

Former Lindbergh Schools secretaries gather together on the first day of school each year for a potluck luncheon. » more
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Ham crisps make elegant first impression

When relatives come to visit, we always make ham crisps for one breakfast because they can be made the evening before and placed in the oven one at a time, or in groups as people wake up in the morning. »» more

Low-calorie sweeteners help cut weight gain

Here’s good news for many people who fear they have a slim chance of getting and staying trim: Research by Adam Drewnowski and Colin Rehm at the University of Washington found regular users of low-calorie sweeteners have better diets than non-users. » more

Slow-cooked beef brisket delivers very aromatic, extremely tasty treat

by Bill Milligan
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

Haefner to chair House Fiscal Review Committee

Fitzpatrick to serve as House Budget Committee chairman
JEFFERSON CITY — State Reps. Marsha Haefner, R-Oakville, and Scott Fitzpatrick, R-Shell Knob, will join the House leadership team for the 99th General Assembly. » more

Lindbergh educator a finalist for state Teacher of the Year

Arens one of seven finalists for state award
Lindbergh High School English teacher Katie Arens is one of seven finalists for the 2016-2017 Missouri Teacher of the Year Award. » more

Coffee with a Cop slated Friday in Crestwood

Crestwood residents will have an opportunity to ask questions and learn more about the city’s Police Department and its officers during a Coffee With a Cop event from 7:30 to 10:30 a.m. Friday, Aug. 26, at The Barn, 1015 S. Sappington Road. » more
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