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Award-winning recipes served up by Call readers for annual contest

Readers had no shortage of favorite recipes for the Call's annual Home for the Holidays Recipe Contest as they submitted more than 230 entries this year....more >>

Put safety at top of holiday season 'to-do' list

While such treasured holiday customs as decorating, baking and entertaining are all part of what makes the holiday season a cherished time for family and friends, they can increase the risks for home fires and serious injuries — but not if you put safety at the top of your holiday "to-do" list with these tips:...more >>

Centrum reduces request for economic assistance

'We have busted our ass to come up with something unique ...,' Barket says

Centrum Properties officials reduced the requested amount of public assistance for the redevelopment of Crestwood Court to keep the tax rate less than 10 percent for the proposed open-air entertainment and retail venue....more >>

Central County Emergency to dispatch MFPD next year

Change will improve service to taxpayers, Hendricks says

The Mehlville Fire Protection District Board of Directors last week approved a contract with Central County Emergency 911 to provide dispatching services for the district, effective July 1....more >>

Mehlville breaks ground for new auditorium

District to offer 19 AP classes beginning next school year

Mehlville School District officials last week conducted a ground-breaking ceremony for the district's new auditorium being constructed on the Mehlville Senior High School campus....more >>

Sifton defeats Lembke for Senate seat; says he plans to focus on ethics legislation

Lembke 'very disappointed' with outcome of Senate race

Rep. Scott Sifton, who defeated Sen. Jim Lembke by more than 1,600 votes to become the 1st District's newest senator, plans to focus on ethics legislation, economic development and education when he begins his term....more >>

Stenger beats back challenge from Pousosa to retain 6th District seat on County Council

Pousosa tells Call he gave council election his best shot

Sixth District Democratic incumbent Steve Stenger secured another four years on the County Council in last week's election....more >>

Crestwood public services director to step down

Crestwood Director of Public Services Jim Eckrich submitted his resignation to the city, effective Nov. 28....more >>

St. Louis County voters give their approval to tax-rate increases for the St. Louis County Library and the Special School District

St. Louis County voters approved two tax-rate increases in last week's election, one for the St. Louis County Library and one for the Special School District....more >>

Coming full cycle

Two men from London bike around the world in honor of late friend

Two men from London, who haven't spent much more time on a bike than it takes to commute around town, set off on a cycling journey around the world in honor of a friend who died from a brain tumor....more >>

Author hopes to help parents heal after loss of a child

Local woman hopes to help parents heal after losing child

He waited in line with a single photo tucked inside a manilla envelope. For hours, he waited....more >>

Harvey graduates from BOLC training

Second Lt. Cody Harvey, a 2008 graduate of Oakville Senior High School, recently completed his Basic Officer Leadership Course training at Fort Sill, Okla....more >>

Terrific Kids of the Month honored

These Point Elementary School students recently were named Terrific Kids of the Month by the Kiwanis Club of South County and Ruma's Deli. They were honored for their hard work and great improvement. Pictured, from left, are: Principal Dan Gieseler, Gaby Jez, Mason Skaggs, DonTavion Sullivan, Hannah Loforte and Nathan Woodell....more >>

Dalton finishes boot camp

Frank Dalton recently graduated the U.S. Navy's boot camp at the Naval Station Great Lakes, near the city of North Chicago, Ill....more >>

'Taste Of Beasley' raises funds for new SMART Boards

Beasley Elementary School will get two new SMART Boards thanks to the "Taste of Beasley" sponsored by the school's PTO earlier this month. ...more >>

Oakville High School receives national journalism award

The 2012 Channel 97 News broadcast at Oakville High School received the highest honor in scholastic publications at the National High School Journalism Convention this past weekend in San Antonio, Texas. ...more >>

Mehlville High School journalism program earns recognition and $5,000 in prize money

The Ford Drive 4 UR School program announced Mehlville High School's broadcast team placed second in a national video contest....more >>

Mehlville-Oakville Foundation awards grants to teachers

The Mehlville-Oakville Foundation visited nine district schools earlier this month and awarded nearly $4,000 to more than 30 teachers who submitted proposals to enhance and enrich their students' classroom experience....more >>

Lindbergh parent to head fundraiser for Superstorm Sandy victims

A Lindbergh School District parent would like to "save the shore" with a fundraiser that kicks off Dec. 1....more >>

LHS Mothers Club invites you to 'Come Home for Christmas'

Annual House Tour will be Sunday, Dec. 2

The Lindbergh High School Mothers' Club invites you to "Come Home for Christmas" as it presents the 37th annual Holiday House Tour and Craft Boutique Sunday, Dec. 2. ...more >>

Fei selected for Fed board

Lindbergh High School senior Stephanie Fei is among 12 students who have been chosen to serve on the inaugural Student Board of Directors at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis....more >>

Brochure offers tips for coping in cold weather

Here is some good news for older adults concerned about increasing energy costs, particularly during the colder months....more >>
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