Fenton News

FLOODING: Mississippi River forecast to reach second-highest level; South County residents evacuated

Pictured above: County Executive Sam Page sandbags Tuesday in Bellefontaine Neighbors, with the help of volunteers. By Gloria Lloyd News Editor glorialloyd@callnewspapers.com The Mississippi River will crest later than originally expected and at levels lower than the 1993 flood, but some South County residents have already been evacuated to an emergency shelter and others now

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Fitch, new mayor host ‘Fenton Town Hall’

Tim Fitch, then a candidate for the St. Louis County Council, speaks to the Tesson Ferry Republican Club in June 2018. Photo by Jessica Belle Kramer. Fenton Mayor Bob Brasses and 3rd District Councilman Tim Fitch, R-Fenton, will host a Fenton Town Hall at 7 p.m. Monday, June 10 at Fenton City Hall, 625 New

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Grad Salute: Lindbergh High School Class of 2019

Congratulations Lindbergh High School Seniors for a terrific achievement. Best wishes from the South County business community. Students in Lindbergh High School’s 65th graduating class were awarded more than $23 million in scholarships this year. Of the 535 graduates, 84.7 percent plan to attend college, 2.2 percent plan to enroll in schools of advanced training,

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Better Together withdraws merger plan due to statewide vote, Stenger

Pictured above: Then-County Executive Steve Stenger presents a proclamation declaring “Chancellor Mark Wrighton Day” in St. Louis County April 8 to honor Wrighton’s retirement as Washington University chancellor this summer, in a photo Stenger posted to his county executive Twitter account. A city-county merger for St. Louis is off the table, for now anyway. Better

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