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Mehlville High boys’ cross country team gearing up for success this year

Mehlville High boys’ cross country team gearing up for success this year

August 30, 2017

Mehlville High head coach Mark Ehlen expects the runners on his boys’ cross country team to improve all season long. Photo by Bill Milligan. By Robert Chalupny For the Call With the 2017 season underway, the Mehlville High School varsity boys’ cross country team is gearing up for success this year. ...

Mehlville High School softball team set to make some progress in 2017

Mehlville High School softball team set to make some progress in 2017

August 30, 2017

Mehlville High head coach Tim Ode believes leadership will be the key to his softball team having a successful 2017 season. Photos by Bill Milligan. By Robert Chalupny For the Call The Mehlville High School varsity girls’ softball team is still trying to find its identity after a handful of cons...

Mehlville High girls ready for solid year

Mehlville High girls ready for solid year

August 30, 2017

With her girls’ tennis squad coming off a district title last year, Mehlville High School head coach Jill Wojewuczki is optimistic about the 2017 season. Photo by Bill Milligan. By Robert Chalupny For the Call The Mehlville High School varsity girls’ tennis team is ready to have another solid ye...

Despite going 2-8 last year, Panthers poised for breakout season this year

Despite going 2-8 last year, Panthers poised for breakout season this year

August 30, 2017

Mehlville High head coach Kent Heinemann is feeling pretty good about his football team’s chances for the 2017 season. Photo by Bill Milligan. By Robert Chalupny For the Call Going from being one of the top area programs to having a series of losing seasons has been frustrating for Mehlville Hi...

Oakville High softball squad sets its sights very high for ’17 season

Oakville High softball squad sets its sights very high for ’17 season

August 29, 2017

Oakville High head coach Rich Sturm is excited and has ‘high expectations’ for his softball team for the 2017 season. Photo by Bill Milligan. By Robert Chalupny For the Call Losing to Seckman in the district tournament last season cut the Oakville High School varsity softball team’s postseaso...

Experience to be key to Tigers’ success

Experience to be key to Tigers’ success

August 29, 2017

Oakville High School head coach Bill Ebert believes his varsity girls’ tennis team will improve on last season’s winning record. Photo by Bill Milligan. By Robert Chalupny For the Call The Oakville High School varsity girls’ tennis team is coming off an average season that ended one game over .500,...

Oakville High football team looking to capitalize on 2016’s strong finish

Oakville High football team looking to capitalize on 2016’s strong finish

August 29, 2017

Oakville High head coach Arlee Conners hopes his football Tigers can build on last year’s late-season success, as they won two of their last three games. Photo by Bill Milligan. By Robert Chalupny For the Call On the heels of a long and disappointing season that ended with a small taste of victo...

Fun at Laumeier’s 30th annual Art Fair

The Laumeier Art Fair in 2017.

May 16, 2017

Emma Ferrone, 6, right, leads the way to her mother as her sister Molly, 4, follows. The Kirkwood sisters were at Laumeier Sculpture Park Saturday for the 30th annual Art Fair. More than 12,000 patrons were expected to attend the three-day event on Mother’s Day weekend, featuring local food and beverage...

Crestwood Board of Aldermen to consider elimination of city’s animal control division

Crestwood Board of Aldermen to consider elimination of city’s animal control division

September 16, 2009

Originally Published: 9/15/2009 By Evan Young Staff Reporter news3@callnewspapers.com September 16, 2009 - Crestwood aldermen soon will decide whether to abandon the city's 30-year-old animal control division for county-provided service to reduce annual expenses. The Board of Aldermen i...

Low and dry

August 14, 2003

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