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Project Healing Waters

Fly fishing program helps disabled veterans with physical, emotional problems

by Holly Shanks
Chief Master Sgt. Clinton Carpenter, a Vietnam veteran, retired from the U.S. Air Force in 1987 after 25 years of service. After reading about a fly fishing program for veterans, he decided to dedicate his time and serve again by helping other veterans and military members.
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Local Naturalists Fight To Save The Monarch Butterfly

Earlier than normal migration means less plentiful food

by Mary Shapiro
Kirkwood's Susan Burk has taken on the unusual task of raising monarch butterfly caterpillars, a job necessitated after monarchs migrated to the area before their milkweed food source fully emerged.
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Vino The Cat Is A Social Media Sensation!

This pampered Persian boasts 17,400 followers on Instagram

by Jaime Mowers
"The name is Vino. Male. St. Louis. Turkey Connoisseur. Professional Napper. Box Enthusiast."
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What Makes A Perfect Mother's Day?

Nicki Guirl of Fenton, went into labor on Mother's Day 2015

by Linda Jarrett
Mothers have been celebrated, and rightfully so, since ancient times.
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Sex Education Program Stirs Controversy In Lindbergh Schools

Critics say Best Choice the wrong choice for educating students

by Jim Merkel
What started with one man asking what he could do to fight back after the election of Donald Trump has led to a major debate over a longtime mainstay at Lindbergh Schools — its sex education program.
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Water Recedes, Sandbag Walls Come Down

Home & business owners say damage not as severe as 2015 record flood

by Jaime Mowers
With tears in his eyes, Fenton resident Tom Bell struggled to express his gratitude for the countless volunteers who helped him build a sandbag wall that kept floodwaters from destroying his house again.
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Great Rivers Greenway

Big plans for area's network of walking, biking trails

by Don Corrigan
Hikers, cyclists and runners packed the event center at Orlando's in South County on April 23 to hear the latest plans for Great Rivers Greenway. Avid bicyclists came to the public hearing in significant numbers on two wheels.
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Big Smiles At Special Olympics Big Event

Athletes from across Missouri turn out for spring games at St. Louis Community College-Meramec

by Linda Briggs-Harty
Celebrating team spirit as usual, Special Olympics Missouri powered through a rain-soaked weekend for its annual St. Louis area spring games Saturday, April 29.
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100 Year Flood Again!

Area suffers repeat of 2015-2016 record-breaking winter flood

by Jaime Mowers
Scott Miller stood on the back porch of his business in Olde Towne Fenton Tuesday afternoon, gazing incredulously at the swiftly rising Meramec River that had just ripped through a massive sandbag wall.
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38 Homes Planned For Part Of Our Redeemer Cemetery

County Plan Commission expected to make decision on rezoning May 1; Concerns persist about traffic increase along Mackenzie Road

by Kevin Murphy
The St. Louis County Planning Commission on May 1 is expected to render its decision on a proposed 38-home subdivision in Affton.
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