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July 23, 2014

EDITORIAL: Review of library's move nothing more than fiction

Call the Tune

One of the cornerstones of County Executive Charlie Dooley's administration for much of the past 11 years has been cronyism....more >>
July 09, 2014

EDITORIAL: Crestwood's transparency threatened by Sime, Stump

Call the Tune

Jerry Miguel served the city of Crestwood admirably as a Ward 3 alderman for nine years, until he could not seek re-election because of term limits....more >>
July 02, 2014

Affton senator continues to hold true to his vows

Some of our legislators appear more interested in serving themselves than in serving their constituents....more >>
June 25, 2014

County executive's post not only seat to be filled in primary

With all the media focus on the upcoming primary races for the county executive's post, voters shouldn't lose sight that the 2nd District County Council seat will be filled Tuesday, Aug. 5....more >>
June 18, 2014

Residents should be proud of MFPD's first-rate service

Congratulations to the Mehlville Fire Protection District, which recently celebrated its 60th anniversary of providing first-rate service to roughly 110,000 south county residents....more >>
June 11, 2014

Administrator stonewalls his way through interview

It's evident that Crestwood City Administrator Mark Sime either doesn't understand the city's Charter or has elected to ignore its provisions....more >>
June 04, 2014

Crestwood's new mayor off to disappointing start

Disappointing. That's how we'd characterize Gregg Roby's performance so far as Crestwood mayor....more >>
May 28, 2014

Mehlville School District to remain in good hands

When one door closes, another one opens, the adage goes....more >>
May 21, 2014

For rubber-stamp boards, no accountability needed

Given the number of years we've covered municipal and school boards, it's become very easy to spot board members who can be considered rubber stamps....more >>
May 14, 2014

District, Lindbergh voters make right call on growth

As the Call reports today, Lindbergh Schools officials are projecting enrollment will increase by 242 students for the coming school year and by 952 students over the next four years....more >>
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