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Calendar
Local events for Oct. 23-29
Births
Our Birth Listings are constantly updated and fully searchable. If you would like to submit a listing to appear, please e-mail it to us.
Wishards have boy
Hubers have girl
Haupts have boy
Aguados have boy
Lieberoffs have girl
Boyd, Tinsley have girl
Gartlands have girl
Manleys have girl
Watson, Hubbard have girl
Karls have girl
Entertainment
We The Kings receiving royal treatment on modern-rock scene
Home & Garden
A clean roof enhances home’s curb appeal

BREAKING NEWS (as of 3:09 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 21)

Court rules St. Louis County must follow state law regarding trash-district notice

INSIDE THE CALL

In Sports, Oakville football grabs first win of year

In Entertainment, rockers We The Kings roll into Pop's next week

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Dave Meschke, Wohlwend Elementary School interim principal, and his 8-month-old son Luke show their support for Proposition T at Saturday morning's rally to kick off canvassing efforts in support of the ballot measure.

District's only middle school bursting at the seams, Lindbergh officials say

Lindbergh voters will weigh bond issue in Nov. 4 election

Sperreng Middle School is bursting at the seams, according to Lindbergh School District officials....more >>

Dooley says he's responsible for serving citizens, not waste haulers

'You and your brother had an opportunity to compete ... and you lost,' Dooley says

With some waste haulers vowing to ignore St. Louis County's recently established trash program by offering service to residents in trash districts awarded to other companies, County Executive Charlie Dooley said he simply is trying to serve residents — not trash haulers....more >>

Canvassing kickoff for Mehlville's Prop T attracts about 250 volunteers

Volunteers plan to continue canvassing Oct. 25-26, Nov. 1

Roughly 250 Mehlville School District residents banded together Saturday morning to spread the word about a Nov. 4 ballot measure that would enhance the district's operating fund by transferring revenue from the debt-service fund....more >>

County councilwoman still skeptical of need for proposal to prosecute trash haulers

Campisi says Dooley's trying to clean up 'mess' that county counselor has made

Fifth District County Councilwoman Barbara Fraser, D-University City, crossed party lines last December by voting with council Republicans to reject a bill that sought to prosecute waste haulers for servicing unincorporated trash districts not awarded to them by the county....more >>

County Council candidates Campisi, Stenger turn forum into shouting match

Stenger attacks Campisi's voting record, Campisi questions Stenger's residential history

What started as a candidate forum turned into a shouting match last week between 6th District Republican County Councilman John Campisi and his Democratic challenger, attorney Steve Stenger....more >>

Crestwood officials eye retiring debt, using Prop S funds to build reserves

Mayor says no Prop S promises being broken

Crestwood officials are considering paying off $1.57 million in remaining debt and building cash reserves using funds from a 2006 voter-approved tax-rate increase designed to retire that debt....more >>

County Council holds measure to prosecute unauthorized haulers

Campisi urges council to vote on bill; Fraser prefers wait-and-see approach

The St. Louis County Council last week held a bill that would prosecute waste haulers from servicing unincorporated trash districts not awarded to them by the county....more >>

Officials proposing $1,000 pay raise for all Crestwood employees in 2009

Eckrich says before his promotion, personnel matters lacked consistency

Crestwood officials are proposing at least a $1,000 annual salary raise for all city employees in 2009 while also eliminating some administrative positions....more >>

Court denies appeal seeking to set aside county's settlement with Fred Weber Inc.

Appellate court sanctions Campisi's attorney for 'frivolous appeal'

Sixth District County Councilman John Campisi's appeal seeking to set aside a settlement agreement between St. Louis County and Fred Weber Inc. was denied last week....more >>

Committee to kick off Prop T canvassing

Mehlville School District voters will consider Prop T on Nov. 4

A citizens' committee promoting the Mehlville School District's Proposition T hopes hundreds of supporters will turn out Saturday, Oct. 18, for a rally to kick off the group's canvassing efforts....more >>

U.S. congressional candidates debate at Barnhart forum

Stimulus package, free trade discussed by four candidates

Three candidates seeking the 3rd Congressional District seat in the Nov. 4 election favor privatizing Social Security while Democratic incumbent Russ Carnahan opposes such a proposal....more >>

Democratic attorney challenging Republican incumbent for 6th District County Council seat

Stenger looking to unseat incumbent Campisi

A Democratic attorney is challenging Republican incumbent John Campisi for the 6th District County Council seat in the Nov. 4 election....more >>

Schoemehl, Haul square off in District 100

Republican newcomer looks to unseat incumbent Democrat

A Republican political newcomer is challenging Democrat Sue Schoemehl as she seeks re-election Nov. 4 to the District 100 Missouri House seat....more >>

Democrat Polizzi squares off against Republican imcumbent Bivins

Two former Mehlville school board members to battle in 97th District

Two former Mehlville Board of Education members are vying for the 97th District Missouri House seat in the Nov. 4 election....more >>

Brown, Englund seek 85th District seat

Candidates vie to fill seat being vacated by Jim Lembke

Republican Cloria Brown and Democrat Vicki Lorenz Englund will square off in the Nov. 4 election for the 85th District Missouri House seat being vacated by Republican Jim Lembke of Lemay....more >>

Levy again challenges Yaeger in 96th District

Republican challenger looks to unseat Democratic incumbent

Republican Ronald E. Levy is challenging Democratic incumbent Patricia "Pat" Yaeger for the 96th District Missouri House seat in the November election....more >>
Nuptials
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Raineri, Drake plan to exchange their wedding vows on Oct. 25
Chambers, Hauke to exchange their wedding vows on Oct. 24
Bluff home in Oakville location of vows by Keeven and Fendler
World’s Fair Pavilion to be site of Weiss, Sumic wedding vows
Thomas, Spalding set nuptials
Submit announcements online at www.callnewspapers.com
Opinions
Metro’s Prop M generating little or no momentum in south county
Letter writer offers ‘some truths’ about County Councilman Campisi
'We must elect Joan Barry to the state Senate,’ Democratic committeeman says
No free lunch with Mehlville's Prop T — 15 more years of debt service
Green Park pundit thankful that he’s not related to anyone at the Call
John Campisi only option for 6th District County Councilman
Crestwood resident’s vote on Proposition R will be a resounding ‘yes’
Stenger’s campaign has seen fit ‘to defame a religion,’ reader says
Call encourages readers to write the editor
Lembke a man who takes seriously his obligation to serve the people
Letters Policy
The Call
Our Town
Student Council slates annual ‘BOO-nanza’
Republicans, Libertarians oppose Prop M
Sports
Football Tigers prevail over Northwest
Mehlville defeats Lindbergh 16-13
Oakville volleyball team wins Festus Invitational
Oakville softball girls fall to Parkway South in quarterfinal
2008 Lindbergh Fall Sports Preview
Football Flyers setting their sights on conference title
Lindbergh High girls’ tennis team boasts unique blend of youth and experience
Softball Flyers ready to step up to the plate to be solid defensively in ’08
Lindbergh soccer team ‘hungry’ this year
Lindbergh girls’ cross country coach looking for continued success from squad
Lindbergh boys will lean on two seniors
Lindbergh girls hope to capture district title
Experienced golfers to bolster Lindbergh
Despite inexperience, Lindbergh coach looks for his team to earn points at state
2008 Mehlville Fall Sports Preview
Panthers have high expectations for ’08
Mehlville girls seeking success on the court
Mehlville softball coach optimistic about ’08 season
Mehlville looks to surpass ’07 soccer season
Mehlville High girls’ cross country team to put best foot forward in 2008 campaign
Mehlville High boys are looking to step up
Mehlville volleyball team to rely on defense
Mehlville golf team returns five for ’08 squad
Mehlville’s new swimming, diving coach approaches task with patience, optimism
2008 Oakville Fall Sports Preview
Football Tigers looking ahead — not behind
With six players returning, Oakville girls looking to be competitive on the court
Softball Tigers ready to step up to the plate
Oakville soccer team focuses on the future
Oberle to set the pace for Oakville Senior High girls’ cross country team this season
Oakville Senior High boys ready to roll
Returning seniors strengthen Oakville squad
Oakville golfers looking to be competitive
Oakville swimming, diving team looks to make strong showing this season
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