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February 11, 2015

Prepare your lawn equipment for spring

Spring is on its way, and soon, home and business owners will be cleaning and preparing lawn and garden equipment. ...more >>
December 10, 2014
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Use safe decorations during holiday season

While holiday decorations are a great way to spread the joy of the season, you have to make sure they're safe....more >>
November 19, 2014
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Programmable thermostat cuts heating costs

Homeowners can prepare for cold weather by taking simple energy-efficiency measures that will reduce energy consumption and heating bills. ...more >>
October 01, 2014
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Consider preparing your yard for winter

The steps you take now to clean up your yard and put it to bed for the next few months can set the tone for a more productive spring. ...more >>
July 30, 2014
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Garden Club presents awards

Members of the Mehlville Garden Club recently presented a State Beautification Citation and Yard of the Month Award to Carol Murray, whose home is in the 4900 block of Kerth Road in Concord. She has a wide variety of plants decorating her yard. Each tree in the backyard has a circle of flowers and yard decorations around it. She has many theme-area plantings, including a three-piece band, a crocodile with a fish and a boy fishing in a beach setting. Murray has more than 100 tropical plants that she takes outside every spring and brings in every fall. Many Garden Club members attended the awards presentation. In the front, Garden Club member Carole Lyston presents the honors to Murray, who is holding the leash to her very friendly puppy. Shown in the background are Dot Gormley, Christine Linnebach, Dottie Warren, Bee Parsons, Nancy Lewis, Laverne Ehlmann, Gail Noll, Betty Fresta and Susan Kirby. The Yard of the Month Award is sponsored by Coldwell Banker Gundaker, For the Garden by Haefner's Greenhouse and Call Newspapers....more >>
June 18, 2014
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Well-organized closet space a real plus

Any time of year can be the right time to give your closets the once-over because well-organized closet space can offer several benefits....more >>
June 11, 2014
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Garden Club presents awards

Members of the Mehlville Garden Club recently presented a State Beautification Citation and Yard of the Month Award to Steve and Terry Metzler, whose home is in the 5500 block of Wieland Drive in Concord. This home won first place in the Amateur Division of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch's Great Garden Contest in 2013. Mrs. Metzler's amazing 'garden of love' has been a work in progress for 22 years, and Garden Club members say the community is blessed that she shares. The Yard of the Month Award is sponsored by Coldwell Banker Gundaker, For the Garden by Haefner's Greenhouse and Call Newspapers....more >>
June 04, 2014
May 14, 2014
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Garden Club presents awards

Members of the Mehlville Garden Club recently presented a State Beauti-fication Citation and Yard of the Month Award to Mary Lou Farrow, whose home is at Sonata Drive and Musick Road. Garden Club members say Farrow's beautiful garden on a corner lot is attractive year-round with flowers blooming everywhere. Besides a variety of plants, the garden features more than 20 birdhouses. The garden has been a work in progress for more than 30 years. Garden Club members at the presentation, from left, are: Laura Kump, Nancy Lewis, President Annemarie Bertich, Farrow, Carole Lyston, Dot Gormley, Gail Noll and Dottie Warren. The Yard of the Month sign will be on display throughout May. The Yard of the Month Award is sponsored by Coldwell Banker Gundaker, For the Garden by Haefner's Greenhouse, which presented Farrow with the hanging basket shown in front of the sign, and Call Newspapers....more >>
May 07, 2014
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Cordless tools can make yard work effortless

Here's some good news for homeowners preparing for their first yard work of the season: Investing a little time and effort in selecting the right tools and techniques when it comes to your spring yard cleanup can make the process quicker, easier and greener. ...more >>
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