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Celebrating 100 days in 100 ways

Pictured above: To celebrate the 100th day of school last week, Wohlwend Elementary students dressed like 100-year-olds. To celebrate the 100th day of school last week, Wohlwend Elementary students dressed like 100-year-olds. Across Oakville at Blades Elementary, classes celebrated the milestone by reading 100 books, searching for 100 things or doing 100 exercises, and Principal

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Embracing ‘That Friday Feeling’

Heather Mastis’ class at Oakville Elementary embraced #ThatFridayFeeling last week with the ‘Tooty Ta,’ above. This goofy song and dance helps children (and grown-up children like School Resource Officer Mike Schira, rear) burn off some energy on cold winter days while reinforcing literacy concepts.

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Blues hold ‘Mehlville Night with the Blues’

Pictured above: St. Louis Blues players, including Oakville’s very own Pat Maroon, right, and Jordan Binnington, visited SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital during the holiday season to visit patients, including the girl above going into surgery. See more photos below. Photos by Erin Achenbach.    The Blues will also hold ‘Mehlville Night with the Blues’

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Polar Express: Full steam ahead to the North Pole

It’s all aboard at Union Station this holiday season as children near and far head to the ‘North Pole’ on the Polar Express train inspired by the children’s book and movie. Above, Ivy Smith of Crestwood, 6, her brother Parker, 10, and their mother, Tara, meet ‘The Conductor.’ Photo by Gloria Lloyd.

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Crestwood celebrates five years of Christmas

Pictured above from left to right: Sisters Claire, Maggie, Heidi and Ava Fothen pose for a photo with Santa during Christmas in Crestwood, Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018. Photo by Erin Achenbach. Santa Claus made his grand arrival by fire truck on Saturday in Crestwood and opened the doors to City Hall as dozens of children and

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Marshall the Miracle Dog comes to south county

Marshall the Miracle Dog, a three-legged abuse survivor pictured above with students from Point Elementary, and owner Cyndi Willenbrock shared their inspiring story this month at schools and the Sunset Hills Community Center. Marshall was rescued by the Humane Society in 2010.

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Gallery: Panthers win at honoring heroes

The Mehlville Panathers football team didn’t win against Fox last week in the two rivals’ annual ‘Huddle Up 4 Heroes’ game, but  both teams came out on top by raising money for Heroes Care, a local nonprofit dedicated to  supporting military families. The teams and local veterans carried in flags for the game. Above, the

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Crestwood holds ‘Coffee with a Cop’

Crestwood Police Department Sgt. Dion Olson, right, talks with Crestwood resident John Weis at the city’s ‘Coffee with a Cop’ event last week at the Crestwood Starbucks. The city has conducted the coffees for four years as a way to connect with the community and was one of the first departments in the region to

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Gallery: Lindbergh baseball dominates the district championship

The Lindbergh baseball Flyers, above, celebrate their district championship last week. They are a close-knit team that came together and made it to their goal, Coach Darin Scott said. Photo by Jessica Belle Kramer. By Jessica Belle Kramer For the Call The Lindbergh Flyers baseball team defeated Rockwood Summit 4-0 to take the district championship

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