Panthers come back to defeat Tigers

By Robert Chalupny For the Call Not unexpectedly, the visiting team upset the home crowd Friday night in the annual high school football showdown between Oakville and Mehlville. Both teams have struggled this season, but the Panthers visited Tiger country and despite giving up 12 points to open the game, they battled back and silenced

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Oakville High journalism teacher earns award

Pictured: Oakville High journalism teacher Jeff Kuchno, right, holds the camera while OHS student Hannah Hoffmeister, middle, interviews local lawyer Mark Haefner after Haefner’s speech in support of Mehlville School District’s Proposition R at a Sept. 8, 2015 rally. Photo by Gloria Lloyd. Oakville High School journalism teacher Jeff Kuchno has been selected by the

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Sunset Hills will host Turkey Trot on Nov. 23

The Sunset Hills Parks and Recreation Department will host a Turkey Trot Thanksgiving morning through the trails at Minnie Ha Ha Park, 801 Old Gravois Road. The event will take place at 8 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 23. The cost is $20 per person or $80 for groups of up to six. Participants registered by Friday,

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Crestwood board grants extension for mall demolition

The Crestwood Board of Aldermen last week adopted an ordinance granting a 60-day demolition extension to the developer of the former Crestwood Plaza site at Watson and Sappington roads. The Board of Aldermen voted unanimously Oct. 10 to approve the ordinance amending a redevelopment agreement be-tween developer UrbanStreet Group of Chicago and the city to

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Small living spaces are big in home design

With the average American household at about 2.5 people, according to research by the Census Bureau, there’s an increased desire for downsizing. Many people — students, millennials, empty nesters and seniors — are now living in small apartments and tiny houses. In addition, in homes of any size, the lines between the kitchen and other

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