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'Historic' vote moves Mehlville closer to merit pay for teachers

Actual cost of proposed plan to Mehlville to be determined

The Mehlville Board of Education moved closer to offering merit pay for teachers last week with a unanimous vote to send an outline of a performance-pay plan to negotiations teams....more >>

Parents, teens attend documentary at LHS on prescription drug abuse

Prescription drug use 'a huge problem,' emergency room physician tells Call

A screening of a documentary last week at Lindbergh High School on prescription drug abuse among teenagers mostly drew a crowd of parents and teens who have been directly affected by overdose and addiction, but they said the dangers of prescription drugs are something every parent should hear....more >>

UPDATED: Crestwood alderman who resigned cannot retake post

Tennessen resigns; changes his mind next day

A Crestwood alderman who resigned his seat early Saturday, but then changed his mind the next day cannot retake his post, according to City Attorney Lisa Stump....more >>

MFPD union employees renew call to negotiate agreement

Directors vote unanimously to adopt changes to EMoPP

The Mehlville Fire Protection District Board of Directors voted last week to approve myriad changes to the district's employee manual, but a union representative again requested that negotiations begin on a collective-bargaining agreement....more >>

Refinancing of bond-like certificates to save Mehlville about $878,000

Closing on COPs refinancing will be conducted March 20

The Mehlville Board of Education voted unanimously last week to refinance $9.8 million in bond-like certificates, for an interest savings of an estimated $878,000....more >>

State Emergency Operations Center continues 24-hour operations in response to winter storm

JEFFERSON CITY At Gov. Jay Nixon's direction, the State Emergency Operations Center, or SEOC, continues to operate 24-hour operations in response to an ongoing winter storm that continues to bring snow, sleet, freezing rain, high winds and dangerously low temperatures to much of Missouri and that has the potential to create significant power outages....more >>

Top Republican urges legislators to pass Medicaid expansion

JEFFERSON CITY — A major leader in the creation of the modern Missouri Republican Party came before a state business group to promote a measure that already has been rejected by GOP state lawmakers — Medicaid expansion....more >>

Oakville students showcase their talents

Students from Oakville Middle and Oakville High schools recently showcased their singing, dancing and instrumental musical skills during the first "Oakville's Got Talent" competition at the Mehlville School District's new William B. Nottelmann Auditorium....more >>

Gravois Kiwanis Club honors Haller

The Gravois Kiwanis Club of Gravois recently honored Jeanette Haller for her outstanding service to the organization. Club President-elect Ken Bennett is pictured presenting a certificate of appreciation to Haller. Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to improving the world, one child and one community at a time....more >>

State Senate votes to ease school accreditation-loss effects

Bill would allow state board to eliminate failing school districts

JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri's Senate approved a measure Thursday that would restrict the rights of students to transfer out of unaccredited schools....more >>

Two Oakville High students named National Merit finalists

Oakville High School seniors Andrew Oliver and Michael Menkhus have reached an impressive milestone — National Merit finalists....more >>
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