Mature Focus: On the Calendar

The Chesterfield Police Department in cooperation with the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) offers the AARP Smart Driver Course from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 12 at Chesterfield City Hall, 690 Chesterfield Parkway West. The recently updated, research-based driver improvement class provides tips to adapt and compensate for changes that occur as a result of aging. Defensive driving ...

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Migdal to turn professional

Joe Migdal’s swan song to amateur golf finds in him playing in the nation’s top event. Migdal will be playing in the U.S. Amateur set for Aug. 11-17 at the Atlanta Athletic Club. A De Smet Jesuit and University of Central Missouri graduate, Migdal earned his way into the nation’s top amateur tournament with a first-place finish in the 36-hole ...

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High school cheerleading

The Marquette and Eureka cheerleading teams are headed to the state competition in Class 5. They delivered some outstanding performances at the Missouri Cheerleading Coaches Association St. Louis Regional Competition. In the Class 5 large category, the Marquette cheerleading team placed first. Eureka placed second. They will both travel to the state competition. Marquette also placed first in the junior ...

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Westminster Students Participate in UMSL Bridge Program

Westminster Christian Academy students prepared for college and beyond through their enrollment and participation in the University of Missouri-St. Louis’ Bridge Program. Each year, students may apply to the pre-collegiate program for opportunities to excel in math, writing and science, and to prepare for college and career. Westminster Christian Academy Director of Diversity Aaron Layton is in his fifth year ...

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Claymont celebrates 50th anniversary

Parkway’s Claymont Elementary celebrated its 50th anniversary in May with a marching band, a parade and a ventriloquist. The ventriloquist was Principal Aaron Wills, who featured Phil, the school gnome, as his act. Claymont students know Phil as a literary giant who loves to read. At the celebration, Phil was visible on the outdoor stage, laughing and talking about the ...

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Top chefs to headline Taste of St. Louis – now in Chesterfield

A kick-off event for Taste of St. Louis gave those in attendance a taste of what’s to come when “the ultimate food experience” comes to the Chesterfield Amphitheater the weekend of Sept. 19-21. The event will open on Friday with “Tyler & Todd” Night featuring the Food Network’s Chef Tyler Florence flaunting his culinary talents and Big Head Todd and ...

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Wildwood considers new salt storage facility near community college campus

Wildwood is considering building a new salt storage facility either on the grounds of, or on city-owned land adjacent to, the campus of St. Louis Community College-Wildwood, located at 2645 Generations Drive. Ryan Thomas, the city’s director of public works, told members of the City Council’s Administration and Public Works subcommittee on July 8 that staff has met with college ...

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Wildwood targets executive search firm for new city administrator

In an effort to replace Wildwood City Administrator Dan Dubruiel, a subcommittee has recommended that the Wildwood City Council vote to contract with the GovHRUSA executive search firm. In July, Councilmembers Dave Bertolino (Ward 5), Sue Cullinane (Ward 3), Jim Baugus (Ward 3) and David Sewell (Ward 6) along with Mayor Tim Woerther were named to the city administrator search ...

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Questions loom over emergency dispatch center’s future

While day-to-day operations continue at the Central County Emergency dispatch center in Ellisville, other recent developments are casting a shadow over who eventually will be in charge of answering the phone when St. Louis County residents call 911 for fire and medical services. After two recent expansion moves, CCE handles that job for the vast majority of the county, as ...

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