The St. Louis Arc’s Board of Directors has selected Mark A. Keeley as the organization’s new president and CEO.

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Westminster goes international

This summer, 36 upper school students from Westminster Christian Academy in Town & Country spent more than a week immersed in the academic and cultural worlds of Salon de Provence, France, and Denia, Spain, for the school’s first-ever summer study abroad program.

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De Smet will host Rams 7 on 7 Tournament and Lineman Challenge competition

The St. Louis Rams High School 7 on7 Tournament and Linemen Challenge will be held Saturday (July 11) at De Smet High School. Teams involved in the tournament are Lafayette, De Smet, Fort Zumwalt East, Fort Zumwalt North, Fort Zumwalt West, Belleville (Ill.) Althoff Catholic, Bishop Dubourg, Brentwood, Clayton, Cleveland NJROTC, Gateway STEM, Wentzville Holt, Kirkwood, Ladue, St. Charles West, Troy Buchanan, Normandy, and Lift for Life. Teams taking part in the Linemen Challenge are De Smet, Westminster Christian Academy, Fort Zumwalt South, Gateway STEM, Wentzville Holt, and Normandy. The Metro Football Coaches Association and the St. Louis Rams are ...

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Health Capsules

More than half of the nation’s young people are under-hydrated, according to a first-of-its-kind study from Harvard School of Public Health.

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Port seeks 10th title in Missouri Women’s Amateur Championship in tourney at The Country Club of St. Albans

Ellen Port will be teeing it up next week, trying to win her 10th Missouri Women’s Amateur Championship. The 77th championship starts Monday (July 13) at The Country Club of St. Albans. Port, of St. Louis, will be defending her title and add another title to her quiver. However, the number of championships does not drive Port, who just returned from a family vacation to California. “Numbers really don’t mean much to me,” said Port on Thursday (July 9) after a session at the practice range. “I don’t keep track of that. It’s always great to be in a tournament ...

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Metropolitian Open Championship featuring pros, amateur set to begin at The Country Club of St. Albans

Chris Brant is back to defend his title in the Metropolitan Open Championship that begins play Friday (July 10). Brant, a 6-foot, 180-pound Edwardsville (Ill.) High and Iowa graduate, had never won a professional event until last year when he won in a playoff. “It was an honor to win my first professional event at the 2014 Metropolitan Open,” Brant said. “The support from Plaza Motors and the Metropolitan staff, the immaculate and challenging Lewis and Clark course, and strong field make the event one of the best we play all year. I cannot wait to come back and defend ...

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