November 07, 2012 - Lindbergh High School's annual summer reading program once again was a success, with students reporting they collectively read more than 3,300 books during their time off school, a news release stated.
At least 80 students read more than five books each over the course of the summer and were entered into a drawing to win a gift card for Barnes & Noble.
Winners were Kyle Sheahan, ninth grade; Anna Bell, 10th grade; Zoe Hall, 11th grade; and Ananya Benegal, 12th grade.
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Impact News Heroin use in south county an epidemic, Belmar says
St. Anthony’s seeing two, three overdoses every day, county executive tells attendees
Nov 23 2016 When county police Chief Jon Belmar served search warrants for the regional drug task force three decades ago, heroin was a rare sight in the suburbs of St. Louis County....