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Famous Clydesdale visits Blarney Stone

Patrons at the Blarney Stone recently welcomed Rascal the Clydesdale to Oakville and had their picture taken with him. Above, Finn and Zoe Gaeta of Concord meet Rascal, an athletic Clydesdale and television star who is known for jumping the fence in Anheuser-Busch's 'Puppy Love' Super Bowl commercial....more >>
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MFPD officials review potential safety impact of apartment proposal

Fire board chairman to seek meeting with O'Leary on apartment proposal

As a contentious apartment complex heads back to the county Planning Commission, Mehlville Fire Protection District officials are looking into the development's potential impact on public safety and the response times of ambulances and fire trucks....more >>
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Roby, Crestwood board eye tax hike; want feedback on amount

Simpson asks board to consider 75-cent hike

Crestwood Mayor Gregg Roby and the Board of Aldermen are considering placing a tax-rate increase before voters, but want to hear from residents before determining the amount of the potential hike....more >>
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Mehlville board hosts first listening session

Mold at Mehlville High topic at first-ever open dialogue session

Mold in the basement at Mehlville High School and a proposed new school of innovation were a few of the hot topics, both surprising and predictable, at the Mehlville Board of Education's first-ever listening session last week....more >>
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Pulte Homes proposes homes, bank on Court Drive

Planning panel set to meet on Wednesday at City Hall

Some of the most contentious projects in Sunset Hills will be up for consideration at Planning and Zoning Commission public hearings next week....more >>
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Lindbergh board eyes contract for new administration building

Officials say Lindbergh paid a fair price for Johnny's site

The Lindbergh Board of Education was set earlier this week to consider awarding a roughly $6.5 million contract for the construction of a new Central Office building....more >>
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Crestwood again ranks among nation's hottest ZIP codes

Ranking a reflection of Lindbergh Schools' quality, superintendent says

The city of Crestwood, situated in the Lindbergh Schools district, once again ranks among the nation's hottest ZIP codes for 2016, according to a recent survey by Realtor.com....more >>

Absentee voting opens this week for November election

Voting for presidential election moved to Laclede Station Road

To accommodate heavy absentee voting for the Nov. 8 presidential election, the county Board of Elections opened a temporary office in Maplewood today for absentee voting. ...more >>
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Concord-Lemay GOP club honors Raisch

The Concord-Lemay Republican Club recently honored JoAnn P. Raisch for her 50 years of service to the community and to the Republican Party. A half-dozen speakers led by Missouri Republican Party Chairman John Hancock spoke in her honor during a surprise event at Green Park City Hall. The club then presented Raisch an inscribed plaque denoting her many years of public service. She served as the Concord Township Republican committeewoman from 1972 through 1992 and again from 2012 to 2016. She also won the Republican primary in 1976 for the 3rd Congressional District. She is the wife of the late state Rep. William Raisch. Raisch is pictured with her son Bruce....more >>

Students at Lindbergh High collect hundreds of shoes for Guatemala

Children and adults in Teculatan, Guate-mala, received 1,289 pairs of shoes this summer thanks in part to the generosity of Lindbergh High School students....more >>
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Renovated Cliff Cave Library reopens

$3.6 million renovation part of broader $120 million revamp of library system

Readers in Oakville are celebrating since the newly renovated Cliff Cave Branch of the St. Louis County Library reopened last week with a new entrance, children's area and a large window looking out on the community garden. At the Sept. 21 ribbon-cutting ceremony, from left, are: Executive Director Kristen Sorth, library Board of Directors President Lynn Beckwith, board member Mike Mulligan of Concord; South County Chamber of Commerce Office Manager Barbara Rogg, Cliff Cave Assistant Manager Allison Wisniewski, J. Randall Higgins of the chamber, Cliff Cave Manager Erin Manger, Azra Schmidt of the chamber and chamber President David Storms....more >>

Friendship Village Fountain View to sponsor first vintage car show

Fountain View, Friendship Village Sunset Hills' assisted living community at 12777 Village Circle Drive, will present its first vintage car show from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 9....more >>

Lindbergh High, Concord Elementary named Best Schools in Missouri

StartClass bestows honors on schools

Lindbergh High School and Concord Elementary School have been crowned the Best High School and Best Elementary School in Missouri, respectively, by StartClass, an education research site powered by Graphiq....more >>
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Lindbergh student and leukemia survivor throws first pitch for Cards

Kennerly Elementary School second-grader Campbell Crask recently had a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to throw an honorary first pitch for the St. Louis Cardinals. Campbell is a leukemia survivor and a patient at the David C. Pratt Cancer Center at Mercy Hospital. She was one of nine children chosen by their clinics to participate in the Major League Baseball Kids Starting Lineup program, a leaguewide effort to raise awareness of pediatric cancer. Campbell celebrates her Cardinals experience with her father, Zach Crask, brother Adler Crask and mom, Tannin Crask, not pictured....more >>
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Mehlville Optimist Club honors Student of the Month from Lutheran South

The Mehlville Optimist Club recently honored Grace Koehn of Lutheran High School South as its Student of the Month. Grace is Student Council president, Wind Symphony president, girls' tennis team captain, a Kairos leader, a Student Ambassador mentor and a blood drive coordinator. She also is a member of the National Honor Society and the Key Club. She hopes to pursue a career devoted to youth guidance and perhaps become a director of Christian youth education. Grace, daughter of Myron and Carrie Koehn, is pictured with John Roland, Optimist Student of the Month chairman....more >>

Oakville softball team looking for another deep postseason run

With only six games remaining in the regular season, the Oakville High School varsity softball team will be fine-tuning its skills as the Tigers get set for what could be another deep postseason run....more >>

Football Flyers edge Mehlville 24-17

Lindbergh to face Ritenour; Mehlville to tackle Marquette

The Lindbergh High School varsity football team picked up its second consecutive win Friday night, knocking off neighboring rival, the Mehlville Panthers, 24-17....more >>

Water polo athletes earn All-American honors

Lindbergh High School student-athletes Phil Harter, left, and Casey Natsch recently earned the 2015-2016 Outstanding Academic All-American Award from USA Water Polo. Recipients must maintain a 4.0 grade-point average or higher while participating in a National USA Water Polo event. The two competed at the USA Water Polo National Junior Olympics this summer, along with teammates Brad Bauer, Ethan Schneider and Mason White, and Class of 2016 graduates Daniel Hof and Kyle Sheahan....more >>
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