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Get Out & Enjoy The Solar Eclipse

Plenty of area events scheduled for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity

Many in the St. Louis area will have a front row seat the total solar eclipse on Monday, Aug. 21. Due to the angle of the eclipse, only the southern half of St. Louis will experience the total solar eclipse.

"Something Needs To Be Done"

Two 500-year floods since 2015 have residents, business owners calling for answers

by Don Corrigan
Dave Stokes, the director of Great Rivers Habitat Alliance, said we're in a lull before the next "water bomb" hits the region. Stokes said local leaders must address flood concerns after two major rain events since 2015 caused millions in damages to the area.

Big Cat Country

Fenton-based Fabick Cat celebrates 100 years

by Don Corrigan
When U.S. officials wanted to highlight a successful family business in the heartland earlier this year, it should come as no surprise that Fabick Cat in Fenton was chosen as the site for Vice President Mike Pence to visit with accolades for the company.

Welcome To The New Dressel School!

Lindbergh Schools invites the community to tour the brand new Dressel Elementary School during an open house on Wednesday, Aug. 2, 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.

by Jaime Mowers
Excitement is in the air as teachers ready their classrooms and construction crews put the finishing touches on Lindbergh Schools' new Dressel Elementary School, which will welcome more than 600 students on Aug. 17.

Sappington-Concord Historical Society

Society marks 25 years with fun, educational activities all year

by Don Corrigan
Native Americans once referred to a certain area of creeks and streams in South County as "Wish-ton-wish." More recent arrivals call it Sappington-Concord and 25 years ago some of them formed a historical society to recall all of the area's inhabitants.

Lindbergh Strolling Strings Back From Scotland

Strings traveled more than 4,000 miles to play concerts & see the sights

by Spencer Gleason
The Lindbergh High School Strolling Strings music group traveled nearly 4,000 miles to showcase their ensemble during the Second Annual Stirling Bridge International Youth Arts Festival in Stirling, Scotland, earlier this month.

Pets & Their People

South County Times photographers had the very difficult job of judging this year's Pets & Their People canine photo contest.

Fighting For Men's Parenting Rights

Men & women kick off Americans for Shared Parenting group July 17

by Don Corrigan
Affton's Mark Ludwig is the force behind a Sunset Hills event kicking off a new men's rights group, Americans for Shared Parenting.

Would You Like To Sign Our Petition?

Petitioners are out and about collecting signatures on a number of state ballot initiatives

by Don Corrigan
Whether you're a celebrity or not, there are plenty of people seeking your autograph right now. That's because state ballot petitions on issues they hold dear are in need of thousands of supportive signatures.

City-County Task Force Ventures Into Uncharted Waters

But some mayors in St. Louis County complain they've been left off the ship

by Don Corrigan
A city-county task force unveiled in June has local officials scratching their heads. Its mission is said to be economic cooperation, but area mayors ask if it's really all about city-county merger, unification or consolidation.
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