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Oakville Senior High School won second sweepstakes in Interpretation, second in Debate and third in Public Speaking at the Greater St. Louis Speech Association Tournament. In addition, Oakville High student Katie Kohler was named Most Valuable Player, an award started last year that goes to the student who has an overall high point total in debate, public speaking and interpretation — congress is excluded.

Information about the tournament provided to the Call for a Jan. 30 article excluded Oakville’s additional honors.

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    Joyce Mogab, who represents the area as Mrs. St. Louis, will compete in the 2013 Mrs. Missouri Pageant. Information provided to the Call contained the incorrect year of the event.

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    Democratic District 95 state House candidate Alice Geary Sgroi’s campaign committee raised $4,705 and spent $4,229.44 heading into last week’s election, with $2,600.56 cash on hand. A debt-service committee was terminated in July, but Sgroi’s District 95 campaign committee remains active. Due to a glitch on the Missouri Ethics Commission website, this committee’s reports are not consistently available.

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    Bread & Honey Bakery opened in August in Crestwood Court. An Oct. 7 brief stated Fletcher’s Kitchen & Tap, which closed in September, was the only remaining restaurant in the mall.

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    Randall “Randy” Lewis of Oakville is running as a Constitution Party candidate for the District 100 state House seat. His name was omitted from an April 29 article.

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    The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District would not have the authority to build a facility in a de-annexed area, according to Lance LeComb, district spokesman. A story in last week’s Call indicated otherwise.

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    The pay differential for Mehlville Fire Protection District fire/medics is $2,000 plus 2 percent of an employee’s base salary.

    A district official provided the wrong amount for a story in last week’s Call.

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    Two Oakville Senior High School wrestlers, Nick Wymore and Ryan Sutton, recently received medals for their fifth- and sixth-place finishes during the state championships, not as stated in a headline of the Feb. 26 edition of the Call.

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