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'A Done Deal'

A bike & pedestrian trail will span the Meramec River as part of new I-44 bridge complex

by Don Corrigan
Hikers, bikers and joggers are gaga over the prospect of traveling over the Meramec River on a trail extension using a rebuilt Interstate 44 bridge complex. Bridge construction could begin later this year with a 2021 completion date.

Efforts To Save Tower Tee Take A Major Hit

Developer will hold off on plans for subdivision until after Tower Tee's scheduled closing in early July

by Kevin Murphy
In November of last year, McBride Homes and J.H. Berra canceled a public hearing on plans for a new subdivision at Tower Tee. Since then, those with a stake in the property's future were left to wonder when a new public hearing would be scheduled.

St. Louis Earth Day Is April 21-22 In Forest Park

The 2018 St. Louis Earth Day Festival is set for Saturday and Sunday, April 21 and 22, at Forest Park on the Muny grounds. The festival runs from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day.

Goodbye, Mackenzie Village!

Total of 33 voters opt to dissolve south St. Louis County community

by Julie Brown Patton
Three voters decided the fate of the 72-year-old Village of Mackenzie during the April 3 election.

Next Stop: Valley Park!

Bus tours reveal unique history of St. Louis city & county sites

by Don Corrigan
All aboard! Douglas Schneider has been loading buses for educational tours on the northwest corner lot of St. Louis Community College at Meramec in Kirkwood for more than a decade.

Sappington House Tours

Three tours to highlight historically "underrepresented" peoples April tours to focus on enslaved blacks, pioneer women & Native Americans

by Julie Brown Patton
New museum tours will bring to light the lives and times-of-yore contributions of local African Americans, women and Native Americans this month at the Thomas Sappington House Museum, 1015 S. Sappington Road in Crestwood.

Knowledge Is A Magical Thing

Local nature guide Jill Wider spotlights the joys of outdoors

by Julie Brown Patton
Ushering in spring 2018 prompts outdoor adventures. Luckily, Fenton citizens have a local nature whiz with a plethora of ideas to share.

Stormy On The Job At Mesnier

German shepherd therapy dog helps young students through rough days

by Joe Leicht
When your job consists of soaking up affection and following a few simple commands, it's nice work if you can get it. Stormy, her eyes twinkling, her ears erect and her tail wagging, seems to agree.

A Passion For Racing

The race is on for young dirt bike enthusiast Nate Hummel

by Spencer Gleason
Like any 10-year-old, Nate Hummel's favorite part about school includes art, PE, lunch and recess. The fourth grader at Concord Elementary has always enjoyed the social aspect.

Push On For Return To Paper Ballots

But some say paper is not without its own problems

by Don Corrigan
It's unlikely Vladimir Putin will hack the Webster Groves mayoral election or Sunset Hills aldermanic races on April 3. However, Russian meddling in 2016 U.S. elections has set off alarms over the 2018 general election.
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