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Trakas refers McManus proposal to panel

Ernie Trakas

May 24, 2017

By Gloria Lloyd Staff Reporter news1@callnewspapers.com The owner of a construction company hoping to move to the former Tee Time Family Fun Center on Lemay Ferry Road will have to wait at least two weeks to find out if 6th District County Councilman Ernie Trakas, R-Oakville, will support the...

Point Elementary Terrific Kids of the Month honored

April 12, 2017

These Point Elementary School students recently were named Terrific Kids of the Month by the Kiwanis Club of South County and the Dairy Queen on South Lindbergh Boulevard. They were honored for their hard work and great improvement in effort, reading skills or work habits this year. Pictured, front row,...

Most Oakville citizens will see new trash haulers this week

A follow-up on an earlier Call story: Oakville resident Annie Miskovic and her son Sam, 3, always waited every week for their former Republic trash hauler, Fred Davenport, who developed a friendship with the boy. Although most of Oakville is switching trash providers, Sam will still be able to see Fred in action because Fred let the family know where his closest route will be.

April 5, 2017

Bids for trash districts OK’d with unanimous council vote Originally Published: April 5, 2017 By Gloria Lloyd Staff Reporter glorialloyd@callnewspapers.com Most Oakville residents will see a change in trash haulers this week as part of the county's third-ever round of competitive bidding fo...

Republicans split on candidate for election to fill Stenger’s seat

Lemay Chamber Awards - In this Call file photo from 2012, representatives of the Lemay Chamber of Commerce, including, from left, then-St. Louis County Children's Service Fund Director Julie Leicht, Tesson Ferry Committeman John Judd, then-6th District Councilman and current County Executive Steve Stenger, and Rep. Cloria Brown, R-Lemay, present an award to Lemay resident Tom Dittrich Jr.

January 20, 2015

Originally Published: 1/20/2015 By Gloria Lloyd Staff Reporter news3@callnewspapers.com Web-exclusive update: Republicans tap Pousosa for election to fill Stenger's seat It took two tries, but South County Republican officials tapped Green Park Ward 1 Alderman Tony Pousosa Wednesday night, Jan. 21, to ru...

Mehlville board opts not to fill seat formerly held by Karl Frank Jr.

November 24, 2010

Originally Published on: 2010-11-24 By Evan Young Staff Reporter news3@callnewspapers.com The Mehlville Board of Education will not appoint anyone to serve out the unexpired term of former board member Karl Frank Jr., whose resignation was approved last week. The board, including Frank, v...

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...

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