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Lacrosse Club Spruces Up Stadium ‘L’

The Lindbergh Schools Board of Education recently recognized the Lindbergh Lacrosse Club for its efforts to repair and repaint the large ‘L’ on the Lindbergh High School track stadium. When parents and athletes with the Lacrosse Club noticed that the ‘L’ on the track field was in disrepair earlier this year, they generously offered their

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Lindbergh students aid hurricane victims

Lindbergh Schools students throughout the district have organized efforts to help hurricane victims this fall. Students at Concord Elementary School wore ‘Hats for Harvey,’ raising $1,807 for hurricane victims. The money will go toward purchasing items for schools in Texas that have lost everything. At Lindbergh High School, Key Club members, above, assembled hygiene kits

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Couple fall in love, marry at Bethesda Terrace

By Bill Milligan For the Call Bethesda Terrace in Oakville recently was the scene of a joyous occasion celebrating the wedding of residents James “Jim” and Dorothy Kargus. The couple, who were married about two months ago, met playing cards at the independent living community and fell in love. “I chased him until I caught

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Crestwood resident helps hurricane victims

Crestwood resident Jim Bubash recently returned home after spending two weeks in Florida assisting victims of Hurricane Irma as a Red Cross volunteer. “Surely you have seen images on the media that show the physical destruction, but there is no way to describe the emotional trauma experienced by those that have lost everything — their

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Four Mehlville School District students named National Merit semifinalists

Four Mehlville School District students have been chosen as National Merit Scholarship semifinalists for the 2017-2018 school year. The honorees are Mehlville High seniors Grant Robertson and Joshua Richter, right, and Oakville High seniors Olivia Rauls and Conrad Bucholtz, above. An estimated 1.5 million students began the process of becoming a National Merit Scholarship winner

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Rogers Middle School students honored as local heroes

Three students at Rogers Middle School in the Affton School District were recently honored by the city and county as local heroes after coming to the rescue of their ailing bus driver on the way home from school. County Executive Steve Stenger designated Friday, Sept. 22, as Rogers Middle School Heroes Day in the county,

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Eighth annual Sunday Night Lights planned

The eighth annual Sunday Night Lights event for children who are battling cancer and other life-altering childhood illnesses will take place Sunday, Sept. 24, at the Lindbergh High School football stadium, 5000 S. Lindbergh Blvd. Sunday Night Lights unites the Lindbergh district student body and community organizations to recreate a Friday night high school football

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Retired teachers present $500 grant award to Lindbergh teacher

The Missouri Retired Teachers Foundation recently presented Dressel Elementary School fifth-grade teacher Sarah Valter with a $500 grant to purchase 50 nonfiction books for her classroom library. As part of her Classroom Book-a-Day initiative, Valter will use her new library to read aloud one high quality nonfiction text to her students each week, according to

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