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Tigers skate short of Challenge Cup; Oakville primed up for 2006, coach says

Tigers skate short of Challenge Cup; Oakville primed up  for 2006, coach says

March 3, 2005

Originally published on: 2005-03-09 By STEPHEN GLOVER For the Call Despite a two-goal outburst in the second period, the Oakville Senior High hockey team came up short in a 5-2 loss to CBC in last week's championship game of the Mid-States Ice Hockey Association's Challenge Cup. "We k...

Re-elect John Campisi to the County Council

By Mike Anthony, Executive Editor

October 27, 2004

Without hesitation, this newspaper enthusiastically endorses Republican incumbent John Campisi of South County for a second term on the County Council. Mr. Campisi has done an outstanding job of representing residents of the 6th County Council District during the nearly four years he has been in office....

Mud rules at mighty event

August 7, 2003

The 19th annual Mighty Mud Mania Festival provided children of all ages with the ultimate in good, clean, dirty fun last weekend at Jefferson Barracks Park. The annual event allows children to get down and dirty as they tackle a mud-filled obstacle course, while also enjoying inflatable rides, tre...

Fred Weber representatives take the offensive against Oakville residents

July 31, 2003

Staff Report Representatives of Fred Weber Inc. recently used a public hearing to take the offensive against residents opposed to a solid-waste transfer station the company is seeking to operate in Oakville. "Transfer stations can be, and are, operated within the law, so as not to constitute a...

Oakville youth participates in Boys’ State

July 24, 2003

Michael Maniaci, 17, recently completed the 64th session of the American Legion Boys' State of Missouri program. The weeklong program took place on the campus of Central Missouri State University in Warrensburg. Maniaci was sponsored by American Legion Post 300 in Affton. He has completed his junior...

Oakville Elementary demolition to begin; Prop P work continues

July 24, 2003

By MIKE ANTHONY Executive Editor The demolition of Oakville Elementary School could be under way this week, according to Mehlville School District Superintendent Tim Ricker. The school is being demolished to make way for a new Oakville Elementary School that will be constructed as part of...

Transfer station topic of upcoming hearing

July 17, 2003

County Councilman John Campisi and opponents of a solid-waste transfer station proposed in Oakville are urging residents to attend a public hearing scheduled next week by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources. The public hearing will take place from 7 to 10 p.m. Monday, July 14, in the Oakville...

Transfer station hearing to be conducted tonight

June 26, 2003

A public hearing on Fred Weber Inc.'s application to construct and operate a solid-waste transfer station in Oakville will take place at 7 p.m. today — June 19 — in the Oakville Senior High School gymnasium, 5557 Milburn Road. Fred Weber Inc. has submitted applications to the St. Louis County D...

Two local youths attend Boys’’ State of Missouri

June 26, 2003

Two local youths are attending the American Legion Boys' State of Missouri this week on the campus of Central Missouri State University in Warrensburg. The two youths are Nicholas J. Amelung and Robert Royer. Amelung, 17, is sponsored by American Legion Post 111. He has completed his junior year ...

Discrimination complaint against Mehlville dismissed

June 19, 2003

By MIKE ANTHONY Executive Editor A complaint alleging racial discrimination that was filed against the Mehlville School District by former Oakville Senior High School Principal Ed Harris has been dismissed. The complaint, filed last fall with the Equal Em-ployment Opportunity Commission, had...

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