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Missouri legislators approve prescription drug monitoring program, goes to governor for signature

Missouri legislators approve prescription drug monitoring program, goes to governor for signature

By Jason Hancock, Missouri Independent May 11, 2021

In an historic vote, the Missouri House signed off Tuesday on legislation creating a prescription drug monitoring program — inching one step closer to ending Missouri’s designation as the only state...

St. Louis County Executive Sam Page, right, and his wife, Jennifer, head to the polls Tuesday morning, Aug. 4, 2020, in Creve Coeur to vote for Page in the Democratic primary. Jennifer Page was dressed in scrubs to head to her job at Mercy Hospital South.

Breaking: Missouri sues St. Louis County over COVID-19 mandates

By Gloria Lloyd, News Editor May 11, 2021

Representing the state of Missouri, Attorney General Eric Schmitt has filed a lawsuit against St. Louis County challenging the county's ongoing public-health mandates related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Schmitt,...

Lindbergh Schools Lead Nurse Jessica Franklin is the district's 2021 Support Staff Person of the Year. Superintendent Tony Lake surprised her with the announcement Tuesday, April 27, 2021.

Lindbergh head nurse Jessica Franklin named Support Staff Person of the Year

May 10, 2021

Lindbergh Schools named the district's Lead Nurse Jessica Franklin as the 2021 Support Staff Person of the Year "for her tireless, compassionate leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic." Since March 2020,...

Maggie the Scottish Highland heifer is a new addition to Suson farm.

Meet Maggie, the latest resident of the Suson Park farm

May 9, 2021

St. Louis County has announced that there's a new member of the Suson farm family at Suson Park. Visitors can now welcome Maggie the Scottish Highland heifer, pictured above and in a gallery below. The...

The Lindbergh Schools Foundation surprised (L-R) Shelli Manley, Julie Roy and Kristen Macke of Sperreng Middle School on Friday, Jan. 4 with a 2018 Spirit of Lindbergh teacher grant.

A look back: Lindbergh Foundation funds teachers’ original inventive ideas

May 9, 2021

Editor's note: The Lindbergh Foundation has been awarding grants to innovative teachers all year, but here's a look back to the ones awarded in 2019.  The Lindbergh Schools Foundation continued its...

Sperreng Middle School student Daishana Finley of Amber Hardin’s Digital Literacy class shows client Sam Schaeffer of Samtastic Gymnastics her design idea for a new business card.

A look back: Sperreng Middle students take on branding clients

May 6, 2021

Editor's note: During the COVID-19 pandemic while most activities have been on hold, we're taking a look back at past news.  Eighth-grade students at Sperreng Middle School sharpened their skills and...

Someone bought a Mega Millions lottery ticket in Oakville worth $1 million

Someone bought a Mega Millions lottery ticket in Oakville worth $1 million

May 5, 2021

A Missouri Lottery player in Oakville bought a Mega Millions ticket that is now worth $1 million following Tuesday night’s drawing. The ticket – sold at a Wallis Petroleum Mobil station located at...

Motorcyclist who died in crash on Gravois Road 'loved deeply and fought fiercely,' family says

Motorcyclist who died in crash on Gravois Road ‘loved deeply and fought fiercely,’ family says

May 5, 2021

A motorcyclist who was killed in a crash Saturday on Gravois Road in Affton was a Lindbergh High graduate who "loved deeply and fought fiercely," his family said in his obituary. Justin Beger, 25, who...

Sunset Hills police open investigation into daycare over report of child abuse/neglect

Sunset Hills police open investigation into daycare over report of child abuse/neglect

May 4, 2021

Sunset Hills police responded to a report of child abuse and/or neglect at a daycare Tuesday morning, a claim that has so far been unsubstantiated. The Sunset Hills Police Department responded at 6:43...

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