Hopfers have boy

Hopfers have boy Alan and Sara Hop-fer of Oakville an-nounce the birth of their third child, Alex David, 21* inches, 9 pounds, 10 ounces. He was born Oct. 13 at St. John's Mercy Medical Center.

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Kanyucks have girl

Kanyucks have girl Paul and Shannon Kanyuck III of Kirk-wood announce the birth of their first child, Mackenzie Morgan, 18 * inches, 6 pounds, 2 oun-ces. She was born Dec. 18 at St.

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Room of Blues

Byline: Roomful of Blues returns to signature sound By ALAN SCULLEY For the Call Roomful of Blues is back with a re-vamped lineup featuring a new singer and four other new musicians. This isn't exactly earth-shattering news for long-time followers of the veteran blues band.

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Hanaway’s Promise

Byline: Hanaway's promise to fight tax hikes brings local Republicans to their feet By CARL HENDRICKSON For the Call A promise to fight tax increases recently brought a crowd of more than 150 Repub-lican faithful to its feet during remarks by Missouri House Speaker Catherine Hana-way, R-Warson Woods, at the Tesson Ferry Republican Club's seventh annual St.

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Ian Rappold

Byline: Bill Milligan photo Duty calls Ian Rappold, a 2002 graduate of Oakville Senior High School, picks up his gear as his unit, the 1221st Trans-portation Company of the Missouri National Guard, prepares to depart for active duty in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.

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Brownies race to success

Byline: Kayla Wood, left, Peyton Wynne, center, and Jessica Parrott were the trophy winners in the recent Bayless Girl Scout Pinewood Derby competition. Kayla is a member of Brownie Troop 129, Peyton is a member of Brownie Troop 50 and Jessica belongs to Brownie Troop 540.

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Mehlville School District teachers honored by the Lemay Chamber of Commerce as Outstanding Educators, from left, are: Karen Schmiel, Laura Shreve, Mike Szydlowski, Linda Woodrome and Mary Widitz.

Byline: Five Mehlville educators among those honored by Lemay chamber Educators are at the "head of the class" as far as the Lemay Chamber of Commerce is concerned. And to prove it, the chamber officially recognized five Mehlville School District employees at its third annual Outstanding Educators Banquet conducted recently in south county.

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