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City victorious in legal action against Doctor John’s, Inc.

The Dr. John's store located at 14463 Manchester Road

The St. Louis County Circuit Court Judge Mary Elizabeth Ott affirmed the temporary restraining order against Dr. John’s Lingerie Boutique by imposing a permanent injunction on Dec. 3, incurring a $157,500 fine. The city’s attorney, David Streubel, said that a $1,500 daily fine will continue to accrue.

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Fresh off defeating Incarnate Word, Parkway North girls face back-to-back challenges in Marquette, Edwardsville

The Parkway North Vikings girls basketball has a busy two days ahead of them. The Vikings (7-3) will entertain the Marquette Mustangs (7-2) at 5:30 p.m. Friday. Then, Parkway North plays at 4 p.m. Saturday in the St. Joseph’s Shootout at 4 p.m. The Vikings will face the Edwardsville Tigers (14-1). Edwardsville also will be back two games in two days as the Tigers have a home game set for Friday night against O’Fallon (Ill.) “We will have little prep with playing a very tough Marquette team on Friday,” Parkway North coach Brett Katz said about meeting powerful Edwardsville. “We ...

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Athletes from West County Special Olympics given help from MICDS

The MICDS Holiday Tournament raises money to support Special Olympics Missouri but it does more than that. It gives their athletes a chance to play and feature their skills and talents on the basketball court. This was the 19th year that the event was held. The Special Olympics game has players from West County Special Olympics. MICDS host a 15-minute exhibition game with players from West County Special Olympics on the night of the tournament semifinals. MICDS Assistant Athletic Director Marshall Newman calls the action during the scrimmage of the West County Special Olympics basketball scrimmage. It’s something Marshall Newman, ...

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Mullen signs junior hockey tender, hopes to reach Challenge Cup title game

De Smet senior Michael Mullen has his hockey future mapped out. Mullen, a 6-foot, 165-pound forward, recently signed a tender with Jamestown (N.Y.) Rebels, a Tier II junior hockey team. De Smet senior Michael Mullen will play Tier II junior hockey at Jamestown, N.Y. when he finishes high school. (Dirt and Turf/Jason Schoenig) The Chesterfield native leads the Spartans this season with 16 points. He has scored seven goals and added nine assists. De Smet is in action at 6:30 p.m. Monday (Jan. 6) against Marquette at the Queeny Recreational Complex. Mullen also plays for the AAA St. Louis Blues ...

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