MICDS wins fourth consecutive district girls basketball title, ready for sectional game

The MICDS ran their streak of girls basketball district championships to four and advanced to the sectional round once again. The Rams defeated Clayton 67-25 to win the Class 4 District 4 title. “This is four in a row,” MICDS coach Scott Small said. “It’s definitely a record as we only have five (district championships) total now.” MICDS finished second in the Class 4 state tournament last year. The girls would like another chance to get back to play in Columbia again in the Final Four. “I think they put some pressure on themselves to meet their goals,” Small said. ...

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Speed limit could drop on Hwy. 109

Wildwood’s City Council, on March 14, is set to vote on final approval of legislation that would reduce the speed limit on Hwy. 109 from 45 miles per hour to 40 miles per hour between Shepard Road and New College Avenue.

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Budget changes ahead in Ballwin

A changed and money-saving approach for replacing fitness equipment at Ballwin’s fitness and community center and the unexpected need to buy two dump trucks have led Ballwin aldermen to approve changes in the city’s 2016 budget.

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