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Monitoring The "UFO Highway"

Mutual UFO Network meets monthly in Webster Groves to share findings

by Don Corrigan
Hunting season is year-round for those on the scent of unidentified flying objects, better known as UFOs. Local hunters of the heavens share their UFO reports at monthly meetings at C.J. Muggs restaurant in Webster Groves.

Double Scoop

Mesnier Primary School celebrates 25 years of its famous ice cream cone

by Linda Jarrett
From the 1950s to the 1970s, Velvet Freeze Ice Cream shops reigned supreme. Besides vanilla, strawberry and their legendary Gold Coast Chocolate, the shops served as neighborhood meeting places.

Nurses For Newborns: Saving Babies. Strengthening Families.

The United Way of Greater St. Louis annual "Helping People" pledge drive is underway through October

by Linda Jarrett
Sometimes, all it takes is one person with a good idea and a few friends to make a difference in someone's world.

Photo Contest Winners Chosen For Pets & Their People

First Place: This photograph, submitted and taken by Geoff Anderson of Stanhope Drive in Concord Village, took first prize in the South County Times "Pets and Their People" photo contest.

Big On The St. Louis Browns

by Mike Thomas
For 52 years, St. Louis had two baseball teams. While the Browns moved after the 1953 season, they have not been forgotten in St. Louis.

A Tagging Party

For 18 years Tom "Terrific" Krauska has invited kids to his Crestwood home to "tag" monarch butterflies as they migrate through the area

by Kevin Murphy
Crestwood resident Tom "Terrific" Krauska has an unusual hobby, capturing and releasing monarch butterflies.

Area Veterans Share Their Thoughts On PBS Series, "The Vietnam War"

Some say it was difficult to watch, others say the series was long overdue

by Holly Shanks
The Vietnam War is forever intertwined with a part of American history that saw a country fiercely divided, governed by questionable politics and rocked by social unrest.

Twirling With Hula Hoops

Join in the fun of "hooping" at area events

by Don Corrigan
So many hula hoop happenings are coming up in October they will make your head spin or your hips, or your chest. Michelle Schaeffer, founder of STL Hoop Club, is in the swing of all this and she couldn't be more excited.


Affton portrait artist develops passion for pastel paintings of police dogs

by Mary Shapiro
Artist Deanna Nash of Affton is unleashing her talent by painting portraits of police dogs through her Portraits for K-9 Officers project. When completed, she donates the paintings of the dogs to their police handlers/partners.

Change Coming To Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery

New monuments draw attention, honor those veterans buried beneath flat grave markers

by Don Corrigan
Residents in the organization Meaningful Causes will soon gather at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery to rededicate the graves of many of the fallen at the sprawling cemetery and with just cause.
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