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Times Newspapers Take Home Newspaper Industry Awards

The Webster-Kirkwood Times and South County Times garnered a total of 10 awards at the 2017 convention of the Missouri Press Association. The newspapers also collected awards at the 2017 conference of Independent Free Papers of America, including first place for general excellence.
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Submit Holiday Recipes For Publication In Gift Guide

Recipes must be received by Monday, Oct. 30

The Webster-Kirkwood Times and South County Times are soliciting recipes for publication in the annual Holiday Gift and Recipe Guide. This year's theme is "Sweet Treats."
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Teal Pumpkin Project In Glendale

by Mike Thomas
Residents of one Glendale neighborhood are busy organizing their third annual "Teal Pumpkin Project" this Halloween season.

Kirkwood High Football Star Gunned Down In City At Age 27

by Jaime Mowers
Many in the St. Louis football community are mourning the loss of a De Smet Jesuit High School assistant football coach and former Kirkwood High School football standout who was shot to death earlier this week.

Brewery, Brewpub, Restaurant Approved

by Mary Shapiro
The former Auto Beauty Specialists building in Old Webster has received final approval for reuse as a microbrewery, brewpub, rooftop restaurant, retail stores and offices.

Kirkwood High Football Star Gunned Down In City At Age 27

by Jaime Mowers
Many in the St. Louis football community are mourning the loss of a De Smet Jesuit High School assistant football coach and former Kirkwood High School football standout who was shot to death earlier this week.

Warson Woods Police Catch Robbers In Cell Phone Ring

Two officers recognized for apprehending suspects in robbery at a Sprint store

by Mary Shapiro
Warson Woods Police Chief Robert Stanczak praised Officer Allan Lawson and Sgt. Gene Tisius for their role in apprehending two 17-year-old men from the Jennings area who were involved in robbing cell phone stores in that and other cities.
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Stones From Rock Hill Church Disintegrated

Recent idea was to use stones for Barbre Park monument

by Linda Jarrett
When the 150-year old Rock Hill Presbyterian Church was dismantled in 2012, the stones were taken to Cedar Lake Winery in Wright City, to be used as a church or chapel.

Webster University May Establish Presence In Republic Of Uzbekistan

Step described as "significant milestone" in university's history

Webster University President Elizabeth Stroble led a delegation to the 2017 U.S.-Uzbekistan Business Forum in New York City, followed by a dinner hosted by the American-Uzbekistan Chamber of Commerce in honor of President Shavkat Mirziyoyev of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

Free Ride Pilot Program Begins Oct. 26 In Kirkwood

Beginning Oct. 26, the Downtown Kirkwood Special Business District will be offering free transportation within the downtown area when there is high demand for public parking.
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Man Charged In Murder Of Affton Woman

Danijel Colic of Affton picked up in Kentucky for Sept. 21 murder

by Jaime Mowers
A 23-year-old man has been charged with murdering an Affton woman who was found dead in her home last month.

Fenton Explores Employee Salary Increases

Final decision on salary increases expected at Nov. 20 meeting

by Julie Brown Patton
Pay raises for 39 Fenton city employees, which could result in an immediate budget increase of $278,087 to $282,000, are being considered by the Fenton Board of Aldermen.
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Lindbergh Grad To Appear Oct. 25 on "Jeopardy!"

When Mary Grace Buckley's mother encouraged her to take the online "Jeopardy!" test in January 2016, she never imagined that 18 months later she would be standing on a TV set in Los Angeles answering questions from Alex Trebek.
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Dedication Of Chapman Plaza & Gardens In Clayton

A place where people can find "joy & peace"

by Mitch Schneider
Chapman Plaza and Gardens, located at Forsyth and Brentwood boulevards in Shaw Park, is now open following a recent ribbon cutting.
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St. Louis Names New Director Of Public Safety

Edwards begins his tenure Nov. 6

The Hon. Jimmie M. Edwards, a highly-regarded St. Louis Circuit Judge since 1992, will become St. Louis's Director of Public Safety on Nov. 6.

University City Looks At Residential Parking Limits

by Charles Bolinger
The City Council of University City on Oct. 9 gave first reading to three bills aimed at residential street parking.
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