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Longtime Rep. Cloria Brown dies after hard-fought battle with cancer

Cloria Brown

March 21, 2018

By Gloria Lloyd Staff Reporter news3@callnewspapers.com Rep. Cloria Brown died Sunday night after a long battle with cancer. Brown, 75, is survived by her husband, Frank, her daughter Cathy and granddaughter Ally. Visitation will be held today — Thursday, March 22 — from 4 to 8 p.m. at Fey Fu...

Rep. Cloria Brown dies after hard-fought battle with cancer

Cloria Brown

March 19, 2018

Rep. Cloria Brown died Sunday night after a long battle with cancer. Brown, R-Lemay, is survived by her husband, Frank, her daughter Cathy and granddaughter Ally. Funeral arrangements are pending. The longtime legislator was on her second consecutive term representing the 94th District in the Missouri H...

Lindbergh hosts elected officials

Dressel Elementary School students recently welcomed local elected officials on Dec. 8, for Lindbergh Schools’ annual elected officials breakfast. Attendees, from left, are: Green Park Mayor Bob Reinagel; Crestwood Mayor Gregg Roby; Crestwood Alderman Grant Mabie; Barbara Fraser, education liaison for County Executive Steve Stenger; Grantwood Village Trustees Patricia Williams and Mark Kienstra; Rep. Sarah Unsicker; Sunset Hills Alderman Kurt Krueger; Sen. Scott Sifton; Fenton Alderman Chris Clauss; Green Park Alderman Michael Broughton; and Crestwood Alderman Justin Charboneau.

January 18, 2018

Dressel Elementary School students recently welcomed local elected officials on Dec. 8, for Lindbergh Schools’ annual elected officials breakfast. Attendees, from left, are: Green Park Mayor Bob Reinagel; Crestwood Mayor Gregg Roby; Crestwood Alderman Grant Mabie; Barbara Fraser, education liaison...

Greitens fights for political life after he admits having an affair

Gov. Eric Greitens, left, talks to south county resident and former Rep. Earlene Judd in St. Louis County the day before he was inaugurated earlier this year. Photo by Gloria Lloyd.

January 16, 2018

By Gloria Lloyd Staff Reporter news3@callnewspapers.com The Latest: Haefner asks Greitens to resign In a head-spinning turn of events last week, Gov. Eric Greitens fell from announcing the “boldest state tax reform in America” to admitting to an affair and fighting for his political career ...

Founder of cemetery organization honored at Crestwood Veterans Day ceremony

Founder of cemetery organization honored at Crestwood Veterans Day ceremony

November 14, 2017

Ernest Jordan, above, a Vietnam veteran, was honored last week at Crestwood’s annual Veterans Day ceremony. Mayor Gregg Roby presented Jordan, who formed the Friends of Father Dickson Cemetery in 1988, with a proclamation stating the cemetery ‘was established in 1903 as a final resting place for...

Sifton to speak at Crestwood Veterans Day ceremony

The Crestwood Memorial Committee sponsored its annual Veterans Day ceremony in 2016 at the Crestwood Wall Memorial at the Government Center. Above, Derek Oberbeck of the World Bird Sanctuary displays Patriot the eagle during the ceremony. Bill Milligan photo.

November 7, 2017

Sen. Scott Sifton, D-Crestwood, will be the keynote speaker at a Veterans Day ceremony at 2 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 9, at the Crestwood Veterans Memorial Monument at the Government Center, 1 Detjen Drive. City offices will be closed Friday in honor of the holiday. Pictured: Above, Derek Oberbeck of...

South County Chamber honors Larry Volk as Citizen of the Year

South County Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year Larry Volk is pictured with, back row, from left, 6th District County Councilman Ernie Trakas, Linda Henry Richie of County Executive Steve Stenger’s office, Sen. Scott Sifton and Rep. Cloria Brown.

October 10, 2017

The South County Chamber of Commerce recently named Lawrence J. Volk as its Citizen of the Year for 2016. This prestigious award recognizes Volk for consistent excellence in professional and community leadership; significant contributions to the welfare of the community through participation and involvement;...

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