Lindbergh girls start strong, face Oakville

Pictured above: Lindbergh High School senior Chloe Fleming shoots the ball during a matchup against Parkway South last season on January 19, 2018. The Flyers fell to South 58-42. Photo by Jessica Belle Kramer.  By Stephen Glover For the Call With a total of six seniors on this year’s roster, the Lindbergh girls basketball team is

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Lindbergh dancers appear in ‘Nutcracker’

Five Lindbergh Community Ed Ballet Program students danced with the Moscow Ballet’s ‘Great Russian Nutcracker’ at The Fabulous Fox Theatre Dec. 2 and 3. Dancers include fifth-graders Catherine Fitzmaurice of Concord Elementary, Cecelia Hahn from Long Elementary and Grace Lankford from Kennerly Elementary; seventh-grader Isabelle Gerardo from Truman Middle School; and eighth-grader Sarah Neumann from

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Private school parents, taxpayers should get to use vouchers

Letter to the Editor  To the editor: I have never written a letter to a newspaper, but after reading Terry Bilheimer’s Oct. 11 letter, “Call should not have printed Koenig’s evolution ideas,” I felt the need to respond. I would have welcomed vouchers for my daughter’s education while sending her to parochial schools. You see,

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Lindbergh to offer tuition-free full-day kindergarten starting in January

Pictured above: Crestwood Elementary School teacher Ann Haberberger welcomes new Lindbergh kindergarten students to class on the first day of school, Aug. 16. Lindbergh Schools will offer district funded full-day tuition-free kindergarten for all students beginning Jan. 7. Lindbergh is the last district in the state to not offer tuition-free full-day kindergarten. The Board of Education

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Oakville girls turn shoes into clean water

Pictured above: Left to right, girls collecting shoes are: McKenna Brawley, Layla Jonas, Belle Bradshaw, DeLaney Brawley, Addalynn Ross, Erin Magee and Rylee Brawley. With a little help from her friends, sisters and the broader Oakville community, Point Elementary student DeLaney Brawley, 10, is turning old shoes into water for people in underdeveloped countries. DeLaney,

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Puleo family has third child

Joe and Amy Puleo of Oakville announce the birth of their third child, a daughter, May Ella Puleo, 21 inches long, 7 pounds, 9 ounces, Sept. 13 at Missouri Baptist in St. Louis. Elder children include Max, 5, and Mia, 3. Maternal grandparents are Kurt and Kathy Bauer of Oakville, and paternal grandparents are Dominic

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Mehlville Fire celebrates ‘Santa Saturday’

Pictured above with the jolly fat man are Liam Juelfs, 4, and his mother Sarah. Photo by Bill Milligan. It was all smiles at the Mehlville Fire Protection District’s No. 5 Engine House last week for the fire district’s annual ‘Santa Saturday’ event, in which youngsters could give their wishlists to Santa and Mrs. Claus,

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Kiwanians get in the spirit with Key Club

The Kiwanis Club of South County-St. Louis rang the bell for the Salvation Army Tree of Lights Campaign with students from the Mehlville High School Key Club. Pictured above with Key Club member Nicholas Karr are, left to right, Kiwanians Ed Kurmann and Chad Dickemper, who is executive director of planning and development for the

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