County Executive Candidates Voice Residents’ Concerns at Public Forum

               By Pat Lindsey

The one and only pre-primary public forum during which St. Louis County Executive candidates could respond to questions from county residents was held in North County at St. Louis Community College at Florissant Valley on July 16 with more than 300 people in attendance.

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Aug. 5th Primary issues, candidates in North County

Candidates, issues in Florissant, Hazelwood

U.S. Representative – Congressional – District 1

Vote For: 1 (2 year term) * denotes incumbent

Democratic:            * Lacy Clay 885 Lionsgate Dr., St Louis Mo 63130

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Diving Divas visits Mid-town restaurant

It’s the Dining Divas with a

Twist at Hamburger Mary’s


Lisa Kampeter

Lisa Kampeter

It was definitely a Dining Divas to remember. That’s the best way to describe it. I guess when I chose Hamburger Mary’s located on Olive St. (close to Pappy’s for those who are familiar with the popular barbecue place), I assumed everyone would know what to expect. It’s not your typical hamburger joint.

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3 Mid-Summer Movies worth a Look…from Sandy Olmstead

 

Get On Up, story of James Brown by Sandra Olmsted      Director Tate Taylor delicately traces both the sources of James Brown’s musical influences and the reasons for his often erratic behavior, and, so that he could emphasize the reasons, causes, and sources of Brown’s failures and successes, Taylor wisely choose not to tell Brown’s story in chronological style. Although Taylor plays fast and loose with the facts of Brown’s childhood and difficult family life, he does present a theories about the emotional elements and long reaching ramifications, both good and bad, for Brown’s lonely, insecure childhood, his parents’ absences, and his musical experiences.

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6th ANNUAL SATURDAY JUBILEE FOOD DRIVE – Saturday, JULY 26

6th ANNUAL SATURDAY JUBILEE FOOD DRIVE – JULY 26TH, 2014

ST. LOUIS, July 18, 2014 – On Saturday, July 26, St. Louis’ largest distributor of free food for the hungry, Operation Food Search, is hosting Saturday Jubilee, a community-wide food drive to restock its distribution center this summer. The 6th annual Saturday Jubilee is from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. at 118 grocery stores throughout the St. Louis region, including Dierbergs Markets, Schnuck Markets, Walmart Stores, Straub’s Markets, Price Chopper, and Shop ‘n Save. For a complete listing of Saturday Jubilee collection sites, visit www.OperationFoodSearch.org.

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CYC areawide Playoffs in Florissant this week

 

2014 ARCHIDIOCESE CITY/COUNTY YOUTH SOFTBALL PLAYOFFS

COMES TO THE CITY OF FLORISSANT

 

Mayor Thomas P. Schneider announce dthat the City of Florissant is assisting the North County CYC District to host the 2014 Archdiocese City/County Youth Softball Playoffs that will continue all this week except on Friday and conclude with the finals on Sunday, July 28

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