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Gallery: Port Authority board declines to answer questions

County Council members Ernie Trakas, right, and Colleen Wasinger talk before the council meeting July 27. The council called a special meeting at 1 p.m. to discuss the Charter amendment that was pulled off the Aug. 7 primary ballot. Photo by Jessica Belle Kramer. By Gloria Lloyd News Editor glorialloyd@callnewspapers.com Members of the board of

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Gallery: The Magic House hosts a ‘Slime-Filled Day of Fun’

Alex Ramos, pictured above, gets slimed in the slime booth that Nickelodeon brought with them to the Magic House. Photo by Jessica Belle Kramer. The Magic House partnered with the TV network Nickelodeon to put on a “Slime-Filled Day of Fun” for their visitors last month at Nipher Middle School in Kirkwood. The event was part

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Three candidates are vying for GOP nod for the 97th District House of Representatives seat held by Revis

Phil Amato, Mary Elizabeth Coleman and David Linton introduce their campaign platforms during the June 14 Tesson Ferry Republican club meeting. Photo by Jessica Belle Kramer. By Jessica Belle Kramer For the Call Republican 97th District state representative candidates Phil Amato, left, Mary Elizabeth Coleman, middle, and  David Linton, right, address the Tesson Ferry Republican

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Oakville football team practices with Marines during boot camp

Pictured above: From left to right, Oakville football players Josh Jones, Fred Caruthers and Jacobi Woods swing kettle bells during the bootcamp. Photo by Bill Milligan. By Stephen Glover For the Call One of the keys to success in high-school football is being prepared both on the field as well as in the weight room.

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Saying goodbye to Tower Tee

Above: Tower Tee owner Steve Lotz and batting cages operator Dave Swatek wave ‘goodbye’ to the crowd after announcing the next band to perform during the golf course’s farewell concert Sunday. While on stage, organizers read a statement from U.S. Rep. Ann Wagner. ‘Everyone has a Tower Tee story, which is a testament to the

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Mehlville’s GRATE Summer Academy students help community with service

Pictured above: Students Jason Zheng, left, and Taylor Phan hold a floral centerpiece they created for the residents of Sherbrook Village. Photo by Bill Milligan. Students in Mehlville School District’s GRATE (Gaining Real Achievement Through Enrichment) Summer Academy raised almost $1,800 to contribute to local charities and families in need. At Bierbaum Elementary School and

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Three local schools named National Schools of Character

Three local schools were among the 17 Missouri schools and 73 schools nationwide to receive the 2018 National School of Character Award from Character.org, a nonprofit organization that validates character initiatives in schools and communities around the world. All three schools — Long Elementary in Lindbergh Schools and Beasley Elementary and Mehlville High School in

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