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Ballwin bear

To the Editor: I am not concerned with the recent bear sighting in Ballwin as I live in the Claymont subdivision, which is north of Manchester Road.  The bear was seen south of Manchester Road. In order to travel my way, it would have to cross Manchester Road which everyone knows is unbearable.  Dick Dedham Email this page

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Goldenstein looking forward to playing in Missouri Women’s Amateur

Emily Goldenstein is ready to tee it up and play in the 88th edition of the Missouri Women’s Amateur. History will be in the air as players and golf fans make the drive through the Village of Country Club to the St. Joseph Country Club. The Women’s Amateur returns to St. Joseph Country Club for the eighth time. The three-day tournament begins Monday (July 16). The venerable golf course, which dates back to 1912, has hosted the tournament more than any other Missouri golf course, the first was 1938. Goldenstein  graduated from the University of Memphis this spring. Goldenstein, a ...

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High school baseball all-conference teams named

Here are the area players named to high school boys all-conference baseball teams. Suburban West Player of the year: Ty Stauss so., Lafayette Pitcher of the year: Ryan Waller jr., Lindbergh Coach of the year: Jim Daffron, Eureka FIRST TEAM P Jared Alt, sr., Eureka P Brad Hartmann, sr., Oakville P Nick Heine, sr., Eureka P Evan Henson, jr., Lindbergh P Jack Schmitt, jr., Lafayette P Jacob Schneider, sr., Eureka P Ryan Waller, jr., Lindbergh C Mitchell Davis, sr., Eureka C Austin Ohland, sr., Lafayette IF Tom Burke, sr., Eureka IF Tyler Kennedy, jr., Eureka IF Bryce McKinnon, jr., Seckman ...

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Landscaping: When to go pro

It’s that time of year when time is spent outside and homeowners want their yards and gardens to be in tip top shape. Maintaining and grooming the good parts of a yard and weeding out the bad can seem like an endless chore in which it’s impossible to keep up. 

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What’s what with windows

New windows are easier to operate and clean, low maintenance, conserve energy and, the vast majority of the time, they will look better than whatever they are replacing. However, they can be a pricey investment, so it’s important to evaluate the long-term benefits.

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What is a Plant of Merit?

Plants of Merit are plants selected for their outstanding quality and dependable performance, and they grow consistently well in this region of the Midwest.

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