Outstanding Missouri scholars 

Being named to the Missouri Scholars 100 list is an honor reserved for students who meet the criteria of an “Academic Decathlon” – 10 “events” designed to assure the academic strength of the student.

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Business: Now open in Chesterfield

Mia Grace Bridal, a bridal salon offering wedding gowns along with mother of the bride, bridesmaid and first communion dresses, recently opened at 108 Chesterfield Towne Center in Chesterfield Valley.

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De Smet Jesuit clinches District top seed with win over CBC

  It was a day that gave the De Smet Jesuit baseball team gratification on the field and a nice bump to start district playoff play as well. The Spartans rode timely hitting and a strong pitching effort from senior Kory Kostecki to a satisfying 6-0 victory over Metro Catholic rival Christian Brothers College Thursday afternoon at Mike Shannon Stadium. De Smet Jesuit (17-9, 5-2) picked up its fourth straight win and in the process clinched the number one seed in the Class 5, District 5 Tournament which begins play on May 16. Both teams went down quietly in the ...

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All American

Chaminade senior Buddy Conley and freshman Danny Conley competed recently in the USA Wrestling Cliff Keen Folkstyle National Tournament at Cedar Falls, Iowa.

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Have STEM, will travel

The Rockwood Board of Education, on April 23, approved using a $69,649 Innovative Technology Education Fund grant to revamp the district’s old mobile science lab recreational vehicle to create a new mobile innovation center vehicle for elementary schools, to provide students access to innovative and investigative technology while applying science, math and engineering practices.

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Mature Focus: News and notes

Results of a national survey suggest that more than half of older adults in the U.S. take aspirin every day, despite the fact that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does not recommend the practice for the majority of those who have not had a heart attack or a stroke.

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Vote set for Community Park trail

The Wildwood City Council, on May 11, is set to vote on final approval of legislation that will allow for a change order with contractor Gershenson Construction to add a multi-use trail, at a cost of $185,400, as part of Phase 1 development of the city’s Community Park.

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