Community News

Severity Of Robbery On S. Old Orchard "Misinterpreted" By School

Webster Groves police report that on Thursday, Feb. 15, a robbery took place at about noon on South Old Orchard Avenue. As a precautionary measure, all schools in the immediate area were notified and encouraged to follow their institution's protocols, according to a statement from Webster Groves police.

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Recent Features From The Times & Word Newspapers

Johnetta Haley

Music teacher Johnetta Haley had a career of note for more reasons than simply imparting a love of music. She inspired several generations of students to go on to become leaders in the world of arts.

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Meat Shoot

Neighbors know it gets a little noisy around the Murdoch Cut-Off after church on Sundays between New Years and Lent, but nobody seems to mind.

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"Find Yourself Here"

On Jan. 8, the Missouri Historical Society unveiled a new look intended to better reflect the innovative nature of the institution and its reach.

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More Community News

Police Searching For Girl Who Ran Away From Webster Groves Children's Home

1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 14 UPDATE: The Webster Groves Police Department reports that the juvenile has been located unharmed and returned to the children's home where she ran away from Tuesday evening.

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Severity Of Robbery On S. Old Orchard "Misinterpreted" By School

Webster Groves police report that on Thursday, Feb. 15, a robbery took place at about noon in the Old Orchard area. As a precautionary measure, all schools in the immediate area were notified and encouraged to follow their institution's protocols, according to a statement from Webster Groves police.

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Des Peres Park Director To Head State Association

Brian Schaffer, director of parks and recreation for the city of Des Peres, has been elected to serve as president of the Missouri Parks and Recreation Association.

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Community Spotlight

Gravois Kiwanis Recognizes "Terrific Kids"

Every month the Gravois Kiwanis Club honors one student from each first grade class at Mesnier Elementary, as chosen by their teachers, as a "Terrific Kid."

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Columnists

Culture Of Leisure

If you drive through Kirkwood, you will sometimes find yourself idling at the intersection of East Adams Avenue and Kirkwood Road.

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Time To Celebrate Presidents' Day

Presidents' Day is more than just a day off from school. It's a day, in part, to celebrate two of the great presidents of the United States of America: George Washington and Abraham Lincoln.

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Tasty Enough For A Man ...

It has been a roller coaster of a week, for sure.

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Local Election Coverage

April 3 Election To Mark Political Shift In University City

After all the sound and fury of University City politics over the last few years, the new normal may be a lot quieter.

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Filing Closed For April 3 Elections

Clayton Ward 1 Joanne Boulton, 6416 Cecil Avenue Blair Kaiser, 6454 San Bonita Ave.

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University City Votes In New City Clerk

LaRette Reese is the new University City city clerk.

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Times Sports

High School Scoreboard - Published February 16, 2018

Boys Basketball Tuesday, Feb. 13: Oakville 42 - Northwest 26 Eureka 62 - Lindbergh 44 Marquette 56 - Mehlville 50 Westminster 64 - Lutheran South 58 Monday, Feb.

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State Championship Underway This Weekend

Matt Beasley, Kirkwood High School's fifth-year girls swimming coach, has a different goal than his 11 state qualifiers competing in the Class 2 Missouri State Championships on Feb. 16-17 at the St. Peters Recreation Complex.

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Upcoming Games

Kirkwood Upcoming Boys Basketball - Friday, Feb. 16 vs. Ritenour at HOME, 7 p.m. - Monday, Feb. 19 vs. Jefferson City at AWAY, 4 p.m. - Tuesday, Feb.

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