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A Very Cookie Christmas

Cookie sales are the perfect solution for those too busy to bake this holiday season

by Marty Harris
Janet Walker loves to bake with the aroma of freshly-baked goodies filling her kitchen.

Taking A Stand For Social Change

Cor Jesu senior Naomi See receives Congressional Silver Medal for volunteer & community service

by Don Corrigan
Naomi See loves to talk up Cor Jesu as a great high school. On a short tour of her school, she shows art work from the Independent Art Class in a hallway gallery.

St. Louis Community College Board Backs Major Cuts To Faculty/Staff

Declining enrollment, state funding cuts result in "critical decisions"

by Don Corrigan
In the midst of a chaotic scene of student protests, the St. Louis Community College board of trustees voted on Thursday, Nov. 30, to approve a plan to lay off more than 100 full-time faculty and staff and to put a freeze on unfilled positions.

Fenton Historical Society Open House Dec. 2

Festive annual event to take place at historic Swantner House

by Julie Brown Patton
Sashay into a nostalgic seasonal spirit by attending the Fenton Historical Society Museum's Open House Saturday, Dec. 2, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 1 Church St. in Olde Towne Fenton.

50 Years Of The St. Louis Blues

Dan O'Neill's new book is an illustrated timeline of St. Louis Blues hockey

by Mike Thomas
As the St. Louis Blues celebrate 50 years of hockey, sports columnist and Oakville native Dan O'Neill offers a new book, "When the Blues Go Marching In," published by Reedy Press.

A Call For A Historic Makeover At White Haven

by Don Corrigan
President Ulysses S. Grant is undergoing a historical makeover, thanks to expert book authors like Ron Chernow. Scholars suggest Grant's historic site itself could now use a bit of a makeover in the interest of authenticity.

Affton's Outstanding Administrator

Marilyn Allen honored at Project Lead The Way annual conference

by Joe Leicht
If there is someone perfect for helping Affton students onto the career paths they're most likely to blossom on, it's Marilyn Allen. After all, it took her a few turns to decide what color her own parachute is.

Potty Parity

Francis Baumli was in the forefront of successful efforts to include baby changing stations in men's restrooms

by Don Corrigan
As the Christmas shopping season gets into gear, more dads are finding themselves at area stores with babies in tow.

Fenton's Bob Grimm Earns Coveted Fabick Award

2017 award recipient owns floral shop, has unique connection to "Mr. John" Fabick

by Julie Brown Patton
One of Fenton's unwavering, behind-the-scenes community leaders is in the spotlight as the recipient of the esteemed 2017 John Fabick Community Service Award.

Giving Thanks For Turkey, Traditions & Trends

Thanksgiving of 1621 doesn't resemble the holiday that's celebrated today

by Suzanne Corbett
Setting the Thanksgiving menu is all about tradition. A menu steeped in family culinary traditions that are often based on romantic images of Plymouth Colony's Pilgrims and oversized roasted turkeys, candied sweet potatoes and pumpkin pie.
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