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Green Park bans the use of plastic bags for curbside trash collection

Green Park bans the use of plastic bags for curbside trash collection

By Ellie Marshall, Staff Reporter May 25, 2024

The Green Park Board of Aldermen passed an ordinance April 15 amending language in the city’s municipal code related to solid waste, outlawing residents from using plastic bags in place of or in addition...

Lindbergh School District educators practice applying tourniquets on each other, pictured above, following the Mehlville Fire Protection District’s Mobile Integrated Health Department’s presentation on bleeding control techniques April 26. “This one’s generally the easiest to put on because it doesn’t really involve touching the wound directly,” MFPD Community Paramedic Nick Marty told the group.

Mehlville Fire teaches educators bleed control

By Ellie Marshall, Staff Reporter May 21, 2024

The Mehlville Fire Protection District’s Mobile Integrated Health (MIH) Department taught Lindbergh School District educators bleeding control techniques – such as how to pack a wound, how to apply...

Green Park bans use of plastic bags for trash collection, cites mechanical limitations, wildlife

Green Park bans use of plastic bags for trash collection, cites mechanical limitations, wildlife

By Ellie Marshall, Staff Reporter May 14, 2024

The Green Park Board of Aldermen passed an ordinance April 15 amending language in the city’s municipal code related to solid waste, outlawing residents from using plastic bags in place of or in addition...

Lindbergh baseball breaks 6-game losing streak with win over Kirkwood

By Jeremy Housewright, For the Call May 7, 2024

The Lindbergh High School baseball team had endured enough. After suffering a six-game losing streak, a win over Kirkwood May 1 was just what the doctor ordered. Jack Politte did a little bit of everything...

Lindbergh School District educators practice applying tourniquets on each other, pictured above, following the Mehlville Fire Protection District’s Mobile Integrated Health Department’s presentation on bleeding control techniques April 26. “This one’s generally the easiest to put on because it doesn’t really involve touching the wound directly,” MFPD Community Paramedic Nick Marty told the group.

Educators learn bleeding control through Mehlville Fire

By Ellie Marshall, Staff Reporter April 30, 2024

The Mehlville Fire Protection District’s Mobile Integrated Health (MIH) Department taught Lindbergh School District educators bleeding control techniques – such as how to pack a wound, how to apply...

Incumbents come out on top in April 2 elections, Crestwood’s Prop A also passes

By Erin Achenbach, News Editor April 25, 2024

These are the final, official election results for South County from the April 2 election as of April 19, with 100% of precincts reporting. There are 633,978 registered voters in the county; 103,751...

LHS Special Olympics records historic athlete attendance

LHS Special Olympics records historic athlete attendance

April 23, 2024

Lindbergh High School hosted the Special Olympics of Missouri April 12, witnessing a massive turnout of 360 athletes from across the St. Louis region. The event marks the largest participation in over...

Lindbergh leads April 2 election races in spending

Lindbergh leads April 2 election races in spending

By Erin Achenbach, News Editor April 23, 2024

The four-way race for the two open seats on the Lindbergh Schools Board of Education saw the most money of any local school board or aldermanic contest in the April 2 elections, according to campaign finance...

Green Park repeals city administrator government

Green Park repeals city administrator government

By Ellie Marshall, Staff Reporter April 23, 2024

After months of searching for a new city administrator/city clerk and a lengthy discussion at its recent meeting, the Green Park Board of Aldermen passed a bill amending the city code to effectively remove...

Missouri Association of School Administrators President Jenny Ulrich, left, and Bayless Superintendent of Schools Amy Ruzicka, right, at the annual MASA conference March 20. Photo courtesy of the Bayless School District.

Bayless Superintendent named Emerging Superintendent of the Year

April 5, 2024

Bayless Superintendent Amy Ruzicka was named Emerging Superintendent of the Year for the Greater St. Louis District by The Missouri Association of School Administrators (MASA) during its annual conference...

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