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Sunset Hills and Lindbergh Schools resident writes in perspective on race

July 23, 2021

To the editor: I have been a resident of Sunset Hills for more than a decade. I identify as a Black American. I feel my perspective is warranted on the subject of race recently addressed in this paper. Racism...

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Electoral College needs to stay so the power is spread across states

June 24, 2021

To the editor: The Electoral College system of electing the president of the United States is a very well thought out and fair system. Even though our federal government is referred to as a democracy,...

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Students share research on soda; important to be aware of its effect

June 23, 2021

To the editor: Our names are Mariclaire and Lexi and we are students at Lindbergh High School. This year in our anatomy class we have been studying the effects of soft drinks on the overall health of...

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Sunset Hills native applauds sales tax incentives for Amazon grocery

June 23, 2021

To the editor: Some 30-plus years ago, Sunset Hills had a grocery store. It was called Rock Bottom and was located roughly in the current location of David’s Bridal and Bed Bath and Beyond. It was a...

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A Lindbergh family in virtual learning writes of ‘hardworking’ teachers

June 23, 2021

To the editor: After reading Mr. Rich Franz’s April 29 letter to the editor, we are wondering if you have ever visited a virtual classroom. This year we were in the virtual learning program in the...

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National legislation would lead to a more sustainable farming system

June 22, 2021

To the editor: The Farm System Reform Act (S. 3221/H.R. 6718), introduced by U.S. Sen.  Cory Booker and U.S. Rep. Ro Khanna, will place an immediate moratorium on the construction and expansion of existing...

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Medicaid expansion is matter of life and death, cancer survivor says

June 22, 2021

To the editor: June is National Cancer Survivor Month. I was diagnosed with breast cancer after my annual mammogram. My life changed forever that day in October 2018. But, I am one of the lucky ones...

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Responsibility and independence should be taught, not a ‘free ride’

June 22, 2021

To the editor: What is our job as parents to teach the next generation? Isn’t it responsibility and independence? Certainly not “free ride” or “we’ll take care of you forever.” I have to...

Our Call: Will of the people or not, Koenig says just get a job

Our Call: Will of the people or not, Koenig says just get a job

June 11, 2021

As Ronald Reagan once said, “There you go again.” The Republicans in our esteemed Missouri Legislature are at it again, disregarding the will of the people who voted for Medicaid expansion in the...

Our Call: Preserving historic cabin has a value beyond money

Our Call: Preserving historic cabin has a value beyond money

June 3, 2021

Crestwood city officials have a once-in-a-lifetime decision to make next week: Whether or not to pay to move a 200-year-old log cabin from Affton to the city-owned Sappington House in Crestwood, doubling...

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