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September 02, 2015
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South county resident turns 105

Jane Bryan observed her 105th birthday on Aug. 23 at her son's residence in Concord. Relatives and friends from throughout the Midwest joined her for the celebration. ...more >>
September 02, 2015
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Friends, family, aldermen attend vigil for missing Sunset Hills woman

$20,000 reward offered for information on Linda McLaughlin's disappearance

Police are still searching for a Sunset Hills woman three months after she went missing with no explanation, and friends and family members who held a third candlelight vigil for her Tuesday night said they still hope for a miracle....more >>
September 02, 2015
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Higher city wages could have impact on local economy

Erby's bill to increase minimum wage in St. Louis County fails to get second

The city of St. Louis has joined a national movement to increase the minimum wage, and though similar efforts have stalled in the county, higher wages in the city could have a local economic impact....more >>
August 26, 2015
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Haefner to seek re-election to District 95 House seat

Murphy no longer looks to run for Missouri House

In the latest shakeup in 2016 south county races, Rep. Marsha Haefner, R-Oakville, announced this week that she will not run for the 1st District Missouri Senate seat currently held by Sen. Scott Sifton, D-Affton, and will instead seek re-election to her own seat in District 95....more >>
August 26, 2015
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New Grant's View Branch Library will open months later than planned, Sorth tells board

Cliff Cave Branch will close in December for renovations

Amid construction delays throughout the St. Louis County Library's $100 million library renovation projects, library officials announced last week that the new Grant's View Branch Library will open months later than originally scheduled, and other projects are also being pushed back....more >>
August 19, 2015
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Meetings of public works panel will no longer be conducted before aldermen meet

Musich criticizes 'half-truths' in Anthony's opinion column

After questions were raised over whether the Sunset Hills Board of Aldermen should vote on public works spending that had been recommended by the Public Works Committee just an hour before aldermanic meetings, the panel is moving its meetings to another night....more >>
August 19, 2015
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Call marks 26th anniversary as it continues to break most important news in south county

Call continues to branch out with use of new technologies

Following another year of consistently breaking the most important news in south county, this week the Call celebrates 26 years since the publication of its first issue....more >>
August 12, 2015
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Council subcommittee to vote on proposal for former Johnny's site

Planning panel recommended against car wash, round-the-clock hours for gas station

Over months of meetings, residents and business owners have made it clear that no matter what, not everyone will be happy with the county's decision on zoning for the former Johnny's Market site....more >>
August 05, 2015
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Sweet treats at Trautwein

Dozens of families stopped by Trautwein Elementary School one afternoon last week for the school's annual 'Popsicles With the Principals' event. Assistant Principal Whitney Maus, left, and Principal Shannon Henderson are shown talking about summer fun with students and handing out popsicles to them. Classes will begin Aug. 13 in the Mehlville School District....more >>
August 05, 2015
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Observers nationwide reflect on changes one year after Michael Brown's death

County stronger, more unified, Stenger says

On the eve of the anniversary of the death of Michael Brown and the weeks of unrest that followed in Ferguson and St. Louis County, observers nationwide are reflecting on how the events of the past year have changed not just the county but the country as a whole....more >>
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