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Marquette boys excited about opportunity to play in Class 4 state golf tournament

The Marquette Mustangs tee off Monday (May 18) in the Class 4 state boys golf tournament at the Sedalia Country Club. Marquette earned its berth by winning Sectional 2 at Forest Hills Country Club. Marquette’s team total of 314 was eight shots better than what De Smet compiled. It was the Mustangs’ second sectional title. “The kids really have carried an ‘overcome adversity mentality,’ at sectional,” Marquette coach Eric Schweain said. “I am just happy it finally paid off.” Marquette overcame at third-place in the district tournament so the Mustangs did not automatically qualify as a team. However, all five ...

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Whitfield ready to compete to Class 2 state boys golf championship

It might be easier to sneak sunrise past a rooster than keep the Whitfield boys golf team from going to the state tournament. The Warriors, fresh off winning the Sectional 1 tournament, will compete as a team in for the 13th consecutive year. The Class 2 state tournament begins its two-day run Monday (May 18) at Rivercut Golf Course in Springfield. “We start every year understanding that you can’t win it, if you’re not in it,” Whitfield coach Harold Barker said about the state tourney. “That said, it is hard to get to state and it shows that we are ...

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Child Care Choices

The ABCs are the building blocks of language and the first step toward literacy. When children are in preschool, they typically learn to say their ABCs and identify the sounds that letters make, but they can be introduced to the alphabet before beginning preschool.

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Pet Corner

Just as different types of music produce different effects on humans, certain musical genres may be preferable to cats, some recent experiments suggested.

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Health Capsules

It’s no secret that grocery shopping on an empty stomach can lead to more calories in the cart, but new research suggests that what we eat before we shop also can affect supermarket purchases.

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Happy Trails

Carman Trails fourth-grader Sophie Schnapp riding Cadillac, a resident Clydesdale at Castlewood Stables.

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Bob Kuntz attends last Ballwin Board meeting

Although his last official day isn’t until June 5, an evening meeting this month marked the end of an area as Robert Kuntz, Ballwin’s city administrator, participated in the last public meeting of the Board of Aldermen before his retirement.

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