Westminster Christian Academy set to host Metro League swim meet

Westminster Christian Academy will be “fighting” for the Metro League swimming and diving championship, coach Kent Kehr said. Kehr, in his 28th year coaching the Wildcats said his team knows the competition will be keen. “WCA will be fighting for a first-place finish but it will be a tough meet against strong opponents,” Kehr said. The meet will be held at Westminster Christian Academy. The diving portion begins at 5 p.m. Tuesday (Feb. 9). The swimming begins at 4 p.m. Wednesday. Kehr said hosting a conference meet takes many volunteers to help properly put on such an event. “It’s hard ...

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Midstates Club Hockey Association taking applications for Team Missouri in upcoming 2016 America’s Showcase

The 2016 America’s Showcase will take place April 14-18 in Pittsburgh and will feature approximately 20 teams from 16 states and regions across the United States. This year’s Showcase team is open to any junior or senior currently playing in the Mid-States Club Hockey Association who is in good standing with their team and league, and who also participated in 50 percent of their high school club’s games. Participants should be considering playing hockey after graduating high school. The showcase was developed 31 years ago and was formerly known as the Chicago Showcase. Its purpose is to allow high school ...

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Electronic message boards to receive further study in Wildwood

In regard to a proposal to change the city’s zoning laws to allow electronic message boards for certain organizations, the planning/economic development/parks subcommittee of the Wildwood City Council is set to further study the city’s sign requirement and make a recommendation to the full council.

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Pearl Family Motto: Never give up, always live in the moment

Ten years ago, Eureka resident Matthew Pearl appeared to be near death and last rites were going to be administered. His parents, Mark and Diane Pearl, having been through similar circumstances with their daughter, Alexandra, refused to give up. They asked the medical team and clergy to wait through the night to see if he would pull through.

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Ballwin eyes alternatives for bond debt

Although tax increment financing and improvement revenue bonds issued in 2002 are not a general obligation or indebtedness of the city of Ballwin, local officials are examining data indicating there may not be a large enough revenue stream to meet future principal and interest payments.

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