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Baby who?

The Saint Louis Zoo is looking for help in naming it's newest great ape – a baby orangutan born on Dec. 14. Read more and vote for your favorite name here.

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Candid Christmas

We asked and our readers answered with some of their favorite images of holidays past and present.

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Happy Hanukkah

Students of the H.F. Epstein Hebrew Academy Choir, led by Rabbi Dan Morris, will perform Hanukkah songs at the 21st annual Hanukkah Celebration on Thursday, Dec. 11 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at Barnes & Noble Booksellers in Schnucks Ladue Crossing, I-170 at Ladue Road.

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Holidays Past: Send us your Kodak moments

Submit your holiday photos for a chance for them to appear in an upcoming issue of West Newsmagazine! We have several categories that the photos can be submitted to: Vintage toys, Ornaments of childhoods past, Santa makes me sad, and pets in holiday attire.

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Crafted with love

A teenager from Ballwin has found a heartwarming way to honor his late grandmother while also earning money for his college education.

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Holidays Past: Send us your Kodak moments

Submit your holiday photos for a chance for them to appear in an upcoming issue of West Newsmagazine! We have several categories that the photos can be submitted to: Vintage toys, Ornaments of childhoods past, Santa makes me sad, and pets in holiday attire.

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Pet Corner: New in the neighborhood

New in the neighborhood A grand opening celebration was held on Nov. 8 for the newest Casey Ray’s STL Dog Trainers location, 16528 Manchester Road in Wildwood Crossing. A graduate of the National K-9 School for Dog Trainers, Casey Ray has been training dogs in the St. Louis metro area for more than 10 years using his “Balanced Training” philosophy, ...

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Caring and Sharing: No Hunger Holiday

More than a few homes don't get the Thanksgiving celebration others are so fortunate to enjoy. But the volunteers of No Hunger Holiday are out to change that – and they're asking the community to help. The organization's annual "turkey drive" takes place Thursday, Nov. 20 to Monday, Nov. 24.

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