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UPDATE: Suspect Charged In Incident That Injured Webster Groves Police Officer At Ivory Crockett Park

A University City man has been charged with several felonies in connection with a Thursday night incident at Ivory Crockett Park that left a Webster Groves police officer injured. The man charged was shot as he and the officer struggled over a handgun.

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Webster Groves Police Investigating Alleged Rape

The Webster Groves Police Department is investigating a report of a rape that allegedly occurred earlier this month at a party where there was underage drinking.

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Webster Groves Council Approves 2019 Fiscal Year Budget

The Webster Groves City Council on June 19 approved a 2019 fiscal year budget with general fund revenues of $16,905,900 and expenses of $16,902,960. The fiscal year begins on July 1.

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Sansone Claims Des Peres Billed Twice For Legal Services

A lawsuit filed by Des Peres Alderman Ben Sansone begs the question: Are Des Peres residents being billed twice for legal services?

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Community Spotlight

West End Word "Pets & Their People" Photo Contest Winners

Clayton resident Kim L. Kirn and her dog, Rosco, are the winners of this year's "Pets & Their People" photography contest sponsored by the West End Word.

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Columnists

Kit Houses

In the early decades of the 20th century, kit houses revolutionized home construction in the United States.

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Pythons, Anacondas & Copperheads

Amidst all the bad news in last Sunday's Post-Dispatch about crooked politicians, urban crime and families torn asunder at America's border, was a most unpleasant diversion about a 23-foot-long python swallowing a poor Indonesian woman in her entirety.

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How To Boost Beauty Pageant Ratings

As we all ponder the social and geopolitical implications of the Miss America Organization's decision to eliminate the swimsuit competition from its pageant, it would do well to recall the prescient words of the late, great Bert Parks, who once observed: "The arc of the Miss Universe pageant is long, but it bends toward more revealing bikinis."

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Local Election Coverage

Letters Endorsing Candidates To Be Online Only

With a primary election on Aug. 7 and a general election on Nov. 6, the South County Times and Webster-Kirkwood anticipates more candidate endorsement letters than can be published in the print edition.

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Times Sports

State Champs!

St. John Vianney High School brought home its third state baseball championship in school history - and the first since 2006 - on June 1.

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Correct Photo Of Kirkwood Relay Team

Last week's Webster-Kirkwood Times ran the wrong photograph of the 3200-meter Kirkwood High School boys relay class 5A state champions. The team consisted of, from left: Evan Adrian, Martin Strong, Kaleb Owens and Christian Baker.

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Lindbergh High School Boys Take Show-Me Cup State Lacrosse Title

With two seconds left in regulation and the boys lacrosse match tied, Lindbergh High School junior Ryan Rahoy scored the winning goal to give the Flyers the Missouri Scholastic Lacrosse Association Show-Me Cup title.

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