MFPD unveils new rescue boat

Editorial–Our Call

By Gloria Lloyd News Editor New look, new editor, but Call is still ‘cold hard facts’ The Call has a new look this week to kick off a yearlong celebration of the newspaper’s 30th anniversary. But rest assured, this newspaper will continue to bring you the news and exclusive local community coverage that you’ve

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Charter amendment is still up in the air

By Gloria Lloyd News Editor Voters approved an amendment to the St. Louis County Charter last week that defines employment, but an amendment that would give the County Council its own attorney is still too close to call. Current results list the “no” votes for Proposition 2 winning by three votes. Proposition 3 passed

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Kiwanis Club honors Officer Schroeder

Officer Dan Schroeder, above middle, is honored by the Kiwanis Club South County. The Kiwanis Club of South County honored Officer Dan Schroeder of the Affton Southwest Precinct of the St. Louis County Police Department as its “Officer of the Quarter.” “Officer Schroeder’s accomplishments are far too numerous to list here,” the Kiwanis club said in

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Women from south county celebrate 65 years together

Left row, from front to back: Joann Behm, Margaret Baumgartner, Betty Huegerich, Theresa Fuytinck and Tillie Rehagan; right row, from front to back: Maryann Highland, Dorothy Siebert, Margaret Kamper and Barbara Muich gathered for lunch last month at Cafe Telegraph to celebrate 65 years togerther. Photo by Jessica Belle Kramer. By Jessica Belle Kramer For

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Lindbergh starts new committees

The Lindbergh Board of Education is inviting school district patrons to serve on one of four new board advisory committees. The committees will allow board members to seek input and advice on key issues, the district said. The committees will also promote widespread involvement and participation throughout the district. Board of Education advisory committees will

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