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Giving Trees at Treats Unleashed help pets in need

Trees available at new Oakville location

Each year, Treats Unleashed shops work with area rescues and shelters to make the holidays a little brighter for pets waiting for their forever families....more >>
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Proposed sales tax would be used for 'police and public safety'

Council votes unanimously to put tax hike before voters

Every city in the county, along with the county itself, would receive new funds for "police and public safety" if voters approve a countywide sales tax in April....more >>
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Mehlville, Oakville students could gain options beyond block scheduling as soon as '18-'19

Panel casts unanimous vote to consider a flex schedule

Students at Mehlville and Oakville high schools could gain class options beyond block scheduling as soon as the 2018-2019 school year if the Board of Education signs on to the Schedule Review Committee's recommendation next week....more >>
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Sunset Hills aldermen will consider OK of proposed 2017 budget termed 'stable'

Aldermen to weigh approval of 2017 budget and Court Drive on Tuesday

If Sunset Hills City Administrator Eric Sterman could sum up the city's proposed 2017 budget in one word, it would be "stable."...more >>
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Hilmer to seek third term on MFPD board

Goal for third term is for district to be debt free

Mehlville Fire Protection District Board of Directors Chairman Aaron Hilmer plans to seek a third six-year term in the April 4 election....more >>
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Candidate filing set to kick off for Tuesday, April 4, elections

Fling to continue until 5 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 17

Candidate filing for the Tuesday, April 4, elections will begin next week....more >>
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MFPD food drive to continue through Dec. 20

Turnout was brisk Saturday at the Mehlville Fire Protection District's annual holiday food drive at Engine House No. 5, 11020 Mueller Road, Green Park. During the event, children visited with Santa and Mrs. Claus and learned about fire safety from firefighters. The food drive will continue through Tuesday, Dec. 20. All canned foods and donations will go to Feed My People. Pictured with Santa and Mrs. Claus is 10-year-old Charles Stegman, grandson of MFPD Board of Directors Treasurer Bonnie Stegman. Charles attended his first holiday food drive at the district 10 years ago....more >>
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Christmas in Crestwood underway

Christmas in Crestwood kicked off Saturday with Santa Claus' arrival on a city fire truck at the Government Center. After children visited with Santa, the celebration continued at Watson Auto Care Plaza with the first Christmas in Crestwood Car Show. The Christmas in Crestwood group has planned a variety of activities and programs this holiday season. To read more, visit www.callnewspapers.com. Above, Crestwood siblings 2-year-old Declan, 4-month-old Maeve and 6-year-old Miles Ruzicka visit with Santa Claus....more >>

Long Elementary Girl Scouts show appreciation for voters

Troop launches Project Thank a Voter

During this year's election season, Long Elementary School Girl Scout Troop 2418 launched Project Thank a Voter, an effort to encourage voter registration and show appreciation for citizens who exercised their civic duty on election day....more >>
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Lindbergh Schools named best district in state of Missouri

StartClass bestows honor on district

Lindbergh Schools has been crowned the top district in Missouri by StartClass, an education research website powered by Graphiq....more >>
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Terrific Kids of the Month honored at Blades Elementary

These Blades Elementary School students recently were named Terrific Kids of the Month by the Kiwanis Club of South County 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. Pictured, front row, from left, are: Alina Dudakovic, Anisa Dzananovic, Lauren Reynolds and Brett Johnson. Back row, from left, are: Kiwanis Club members Linda Bowen, Pauline Roth and Roy Wunsch and Principal Jeremy Booker....more >>
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Kiwanis Club honors Student of the Month at Lindbergh High

The Crestwood-Sunset Hills Kiwanis Club recently named Lindbergh High School senior Beth Ortwerth as its Student of the Month. Beth is better known to LHS fans as Lucky Lindy, the Lindbergh Flyers official mascot. Her teachers praise her strong work ethic, positive attitude and respect for others, according to Class of 2017 school counselor Jon Riethmeier. She is a four-year member of the tennis team and has been involved in Tri-M Honor Society and Future Business Leaders of America. She plans to study political science and communications in college. Pictured, from left, are: Kiwanis Club President Terri Varble, Beth and Riethmeier....more >>

Lindbergh students honored at national journalism event

Lindbergh High School students and programs were honored at the recent National Scholastic Press Association/Journalism Education Association National Journalism Convention....more >>
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