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September 24, 2014
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Optimists honor Julia Steffens as Student of the Month

The Mehlville Optimist Club recently honored Julia Steffens of Lutheran High School South as its Outstanding Student of the Month. Among those present at the award ceremony to share in the honor and elaborate on Julia's accomplishments were her parents, Craig and Lisa Steffens, Lutheran South Principal Brian Ryherd and the Rev. Ron Roma. Julia is very involved in ministry work, excels in academic achievement and is courteous and kind to all, according to a news release....more >>
September 24, 2014
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Former Mehlville Superintendent John Cary dies

Early Childhood Education Center named in his honor

Former Mehlville School District Superintendent and current Special School District Superintendent John Cary died early this morning — Thursday — after a brief illness....more >>
September 24, 2014
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Terrific Kids of the Month from Point Elementary honored

These Point Elementary School students recently were named Terrific Kids of the Month by the Kiwanis Club of South County, Ruma's Deli and the Dairy Queen on South Lindbergh Boulevard. They were honored for their hard work and great improvement in effort, reading skills or work habits this year....more >>
September 17, 2014
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MFPD firefighters participate in trench-rescue training

Roughly 25 earn certification as trench-rescue technicians

Mehlville Fire Protection District firefighters participated in a training class last week at Clydesdale Park in Green Park to earn their certification as trench-rescue technicians....more >>
September 17, 2014

Governor appoints new lottery leadership after review finds room for improvement

JEFFERSON CITY — Gov. Jay Nixon has overhauled leadership of the Missouri Lottery Commission after reports of declining lottery profits for education while paying higher administrative costs....more >>
September 17, 2014

March for Climate Justice in St. Louis set today

Rally begins at 1 p.m. at Kiener Plaza

Community leaders from across St. Louis will gather today — Sunday — for a march calling for climate justice, an end to pollution from outdated power plants and a transition to clean, renewable energy....more >>
September 17, 2014
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Suson Park marks 50th anniversary

Suson Park, 6073 Wells Road, is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, and its final Farm Friday of the year offered the perfect way for children 10 years old and younger to experience all the park has to offer. Among the activities offered last Friday were barn tours, candle making, face painting, fishing lessons, hayrides around the park, pony rides, a scavenger hunt and a puppet show. The park, along with most of its existing buildings and lakes, was purchased from Sidney Salomon Jr. in 1962. Salomon was the owner of Sportsman's Park, and later, the St. Louis Arena. He also became the first owner of the St. Louis Blues hockey team. The name of the park, which opened in 1964, is derived from the combination of both of his children's names, Susan and Sonny. Suson Park features three fishing lakes and a working animal farm. The working animal farm remains the park's most unique feature and showcases most breeds of farm animals, giving visitors a first-hand look at farm life....more >>
September 10, 2014

Justice Department, county police partner in review of department's practices

'I invited this,' county police chief says

In the wake of the protests in Ferguson, the U.S. Department of Justice is partnering with the St. Louis County Police Department to examine how the department handles racial profiling, stops and searches, a review that Police Chief Jon Belmar said he welcomes....more >>
September 10, 2014
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Oakville parent accused of stealing funds from booster club

Suspect placed on leave from job as community college controller

An Oakville Senior High School parent and St. Louis Community College controller was charged Wednesday with felony theft for allegedly stealing more than $11,000 from the Oakville High soccer team's booster club account, which he oversaw....more >>
September 10, 2014

Legislature's veto session hands Nixon historic defeat

Lawmakers override 47 budget cuts

JEFFERSON CITY — State lawmakers handed the governor the largest number of veto overrides in any year of Missouri's history....more >>
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