St. Louis County News

Lindbergh High students honored by police

Two Lindbergh High juniors received a Citizen Service Citation award from the St. Louis County Board of Police Commissioners for their heroic actions to save a home and the pets inside during a recent fire. Katie Young was walking to her friend’s house when she heard smoke detectors going off in a neighbor’s home. She

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City of Mackenzie votes to dissolve

The tiny city of Mackenzie Village voted to disincorporate last week by a three-vote margin, 18 votes to 15. The disincorporation is not yet final since the County Council has to sign on to it, but the disincorporation can proceed even with the tiny vote margin. Residents of Mackenzie, in the 63123 ZIP code, would

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Buerkle Middle lands music, drama grant

After a two-month selection process, Stages St. Louis and the Stages Performing Arts Academy have named Margaret Buerkle Middle School in the Mehlville School District as one of three area middle schools that will launch the three-year JumpStart Theatre program, which equips non-theatre faculty and administrators with the skills and resources to produce their school’s

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Council rejects bridge; Trakas abstains from vote

The disputed Lewis Road Bridge in Eureka. Photo by Gloria Lloyd. By Gloria Lloyd News Editor news3@callnewspapers.com The County Council rejected legislation last week to replace a bridge in Eureka that supporters say is the worst bridge in the county and critics say is a bridge to one person —  who happens to be a

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