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Lindbergh will require face coverings for all

Lindbergh will require face coverings for all

By Lucas Irizarry, Staff Reporter August 18, 2021

Lindbergh Schools will require face coverings for all students, staff, teachers and visitors regardless of vaccination status for the upcoming 2021-2022 school year. The school district joins surrounding...

Friendship Village security officer Brandon Soehngen, right, was honored by the Fenton Fire Protection District in February for his quick response to a fire in the apartment of resident Gloria King, left, last December.

Fenton Fire honors Friendship Village security officer

July 25, 2021

A Friendship Village security officer has been honored by the Fenton Fire Protection District for his quick response to a fire inside a resident’s apartment in December.  Brandon Soehngen, a security...

Lindbergh changes board meeting day

Lindbergh changes board meeting day

By Lucas Irizarry, Staff Reporter July 23, 2021

The Lindbergh Board of Education announced their scheduled meeting times are moving to the third Thursday of each month at their meeting July 13, as opposed to the second Tuesday meeting used in the past. Superintendent...

Lindbergh Schools Superintendent Tony Lake at the groundbreaking ceremony for the new Lindbergh High School in 2020.

Lindbergh Board of Education kicks off diversity and equity training; public weighs in

By Lucas Irizarry, Staff Reporter July 22, 2021

The Lindbergh Schools Board of Education moved forward with the first step of their new equity and diversity training last week with a presentation on how and why the training is being implemented. The...

Police investigating several incidents of destruction of property in Fenton

Police investigating several incidents of destruction of property in Fenton

July 1, 2021

St. Louis County Police are investigating several incidents of destruction of property in Fenton. Officers from the Fenton Precinct responded to a call for service of a car break-in at the Drury Inn...

Students walk to class during the passing period at Lindbergh High School Thursday, Dec. 13, 2018.

Lindbergh’s equity-focused teacher training leads to a debate about critical race theory

By Gloria Lloyd, News Editor June 23, 2021

After contentious debate on both sides, the Lindbergh Board of Education voted unanimously to move forward with plans focused on diversity, equity and inclusion with a $47,600 consulting agreement for...

Lindbergh Class of 2021 follows their dreams

June 4, 2021

Students in Lindbergh High School’s 68th graduating class were awarded more than $12 million in scholarships this year, Principal Eric Cochran said during the May 26 commencement at POWERplex STL. Of...

Grad Salute: Lindbergh High School Class of 2021

May 30, 2021

Congratulations Lindbergh High School seniors on a fantastic achievement. To see this year’s Grad Salute and greetings from the South County business community, celebrate with the May 27 print edition...

Former St. Louis County Police Chief Tim Fitch is sworn in as the 3rd District St. Louis County Councilman by Judge Dean P. Waldemer while with his wife and family on Tuesday, Jan. 1, 2019. Fitch won the November 2018 election to replace former 3rd District Councilwoman Colleen Wasinger, who did not seek re-election.

Fitch looks back on his tenure

By Erin Achenbach, Staff Reporter May 27, 2021

St. Louis County Councilman Tim Fitch is over halfway through his first four-year term representing the 3rd District, and is looking forward to getting the economy back on track after the pandemic while...

Fenton Chrysler plant revitalized with TIF

Fenton Chrysler plant revitalized with TIF

By Gloria Lloyd, News Editor May 27, 2021

Five years after getting tax-increment financing, the Fenton Logistics Park at the former Chrysler plant is up and running with plans to expand and grow. St. Louis County awarded the 295-acre site in...

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