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Centrum's economic aid request for mall totals nearly $27 million

Total of economic assistance for mall could be $42 million

The owners of Crestwood Court are requesting nearly $27 million in economic assistance for its proposed $102 million redevelopment of the shopping center at Watson and Sappington roads....more >>

School board sends wrong message with approval of tax rates, Franz says

Good stewardship will build public's trust, Powers says

The Mehlville Board of Education showed taxpayers it wants to control their checking accounts by voting to establish the district's 2012 tax rates as presented, according to board member Rich Franz....more >>

Lindbergh board reduces residential tax rate by 11.7 cents

Officials estimate Lindbergh will lose $498,524 in revenue

A 2012 residential tax rate roughly 11.7 cents less than the current rate was approved last week by the Lindbergh Board of Education....more >>

Eardley casts lone 'no' vote on contract for new district tennis courts

With three rebates, project right at budget of $450,000

Mehlville Board of Education member Kathleen Eardley cast the only vote last week against approving a $513,896 contract to construct tennis courts at Bernard Middle School....more >>

MFPD board establishes '12 tax rate at 70.7 cents

Board will consider approval of 2013 budget in December

A 2012 "blended" tax rate of 70.7 cents per $100 of assessed valuation was approved last week by the Mehlville Fire Protection District Board of Directors....more >>

Mehlville employees to pay more for insurance

Besides premium increases, board OKs benefit changes

The Mehlville Board of Education voted 6-0 last week to modify the school district's self-insurance medical plan and increase employee premiums....more >>

Former Point principal's attorney contends video, photo evidence exonerate Walters

District standing by decision to end Walters' employment

An attorney for former Point Elementary School Principal Jim Walters contends video and photographic evidence prove Walters is innocent of lewd and indecent conduct charges....more >>

JB Blast cancelled again

The JB Blast, which was scheduled to occur today — Friday, Oct. 5 — at Jefferson Barracks Park has been canceled for the second time this year....more >>
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Rotary Club honors Student of the Month

The Rotary Club of Crestwood-Sunset Hills recently presented its Student of the Month Award to Katie Januska, an eighth-grader at Oakville Middle School. Pictured, from left, are: Brian Kohlberg, Student of the Month chairman; Mike Salsman, Oakville Middle School principal; Katie; Don Androlewicz, Rotary Club president; and Sue Januska, Katie's mother....more >>

Bess calls for Rust, Larson to resign

Grantwood Village Building Commissioner Bob Bess called for the board's newest trustees to resign their posts at the village's tax-rate hearing last week....more >>

Wohlwend Elementary Students To Entertain Mehlville Residents

60+ Program Aims To Build Links Between Schools And Residents

Students at Wohlwend Elementary School, 5966 Telegraph Road, in the Mehlville School District will host a special gathering Oct. 10 as part of the district's 60+ Program....more >>

Mehlville Senior High to host parent-teacher conferences

Mehlville Senior High School parent-teacher conferences will take place Thursday, Oct. 11, at the school, 3200 Lemay Ferry Road....more >>

Lindbergh leads state in academic achievement for third straight year

Students outperform Missouri K-12 districts on MAP test every year since 2010

For the third year in a row, Lindbergh Schools leads the state in academic achievement, ranking No. 1 among all K-12 districts in Missouri....more >>
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IB program prepares seniors for success

Fourteen Lindbergh High School seniors are pursuing the prestigious Inter-national Baccalaureate diploma in 2012-2013, which they will receive upon graduation in May. Students in the IB program must successfully complete six exams, a course in 'Theory of Knowledge,' a 4,000-word extended essay and a self-designed program of 150 creative, action and service hours. LHS is one of the only schools in St. Louis to offer IB courses, along with more common Advanced Placement options. Irv Mueller, district honors coordinator, says an IB diploma helps distinguish students in the college admissions process and prepares them for a successful college experience. This year's candidates, back row, from left, are: Chris Bell, Brian Pence and Alec Hubbard. Middle row, from left, are: Vidhan Srivastava, Bryan Maier, Aditya Dommaraju, R.J. Mohr, Alex Bollermann-Nowlis and Sandra Hanzelkova-Dostalik. Front row, from left, are: Zachary Bollermann-Nowlis, Ananya Benegal, Tiffany Lee, Becky Bavlsik and Allison Mather. The students are joined by 'Theory of Knowledge' teacher Matthew Cooper, middle row, far right....more >>

Mehlville School District sets town-hall meeting

The Mehlville School District will sponsor its first town-hall meeting of the 2012-2013 school year at 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 22, at Genesis Banquet Center, 2651 Telegraph Road....more >>
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Affton High School celebrates Homecoming

Affton High School celebrates Homecoming this week, with the theme Around The World. The following seniors are on Homecoming court, pictured from left, Amber Sinamon and Joe Dahlia; Abbey Oster and Kyle McAllister; Hannah Talley and Emerson Bearden; Tiffany Shearer and Kyle Vance; Trista Sullivan and Tory Schleper; Shannon Colmo and Jonah Boyd; Madeline Mullins and Scott Schroer....more >>

Mehlville, Oakville high schools compete in 'underwear war' to benefit St. Patrick Center clients

Mehlville and Oakville senior high schools continue the inner-district battle to see who can collect the most pairs of new socks and underwear for St. Patrick Center clients....more >>
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Oakville's Moe LaGrand, No. 20, runs roughshod over the Fox Warriors. LaGrand, a two-way starter, rushed for 184 yards with three touchdowns in the Tigers' 27-0 win over Fox Friday night.

Tigers mark homecoming with shutout of Fox

Football Tigers set to tackle Mehlville Panthers this week

After a 27-0 shutout of the Fox Warriors, Oakville Senior High School head football coach Arlee Conners believes his Tigers are starting to realize their potential....more >>
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