Lindbergh Schools News

Lindbergh yearbook adviser receives scholarship

Lindbergh High School yearbook adviser Carrie Rapp is one of four recipients of the Journalism Education Association’s Future Journalism Teacher Scholarships. She will receive $1,000 from the national association to put toward her master’s degree in online journalism education. Rapp started her career as an English teacher, but after four years as the Spirit adviser,

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Operating tax rate drops in Lindbergh

The Lindbergh Board of Education recently voted unanimously to set the district’s 2017 blended operating tax rate at $3.4431 per $100 of assessed valuation, a decrease of 23 cents. The district’s 2017 debt service tax rate was established at 79 cents, an increase of 1.7 cents compared to last year. The blended rate is used

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UPDATED: Crestwood aldermen grant 60-day extension for mall demolition

The Crestwood Board of Aldermen adopted an ordinance granting a 60-day demolition extension to the developer of the former Crestwood Plaza site at Watson and Sappington roads. The Board of Aldermen voted unanimously Tuesday night to approve the ordinance amending a redevelopment agreement between developer UrbanStreet Group of Chicago and the city to provide for

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Musick Road closed through next spring for bridge replacement project

By Gloria Lloyd Staff Reporter news3@callnewspapers.com Musick Road is closed through next spring to replace a deteriorated bridge, causing delays for residents trying to get to Grant’s Farm, the Grant’s View Branch County Library and the new Dressel Elementary School. The bridge, which is roughly a half-mile off Tesson Ferry Road, closed at sunrise Tuesday,

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Fresh Thyme opens Green Park location Wednesday

Fresh Thyme Farmer’s Market will open its Green Park location Wednesday, kicking off a week of festivities in honor of the grand opening. The organic grocery store opens at the former site of the Tesson Ferry Branch County Library, 9920 Lin Ferry Drive. Doors open to the public at 7 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 10, when

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Lindbergh students aid hurricane victims

Lindbergh Schools students throughout the district have organized efforts to help hurricane victims this fall. Students at Concord Elementary School wore ‘Hats for Harvey,’ raising $1,807 for hurricane victims. The money will go toward purchasing items for schools in Texas that have lost everything. At Lindbergh High School, Key Club members, above, assembled hygiene kits

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