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ADVANCE LIFE SUPPORT equipment is being added to pumpers in the Black Jack Fire Protection District. The new life support system was dedicated Tuesday at a ribbon cutting at fire station #3 on N. Lindbergh announcing the new service. The equipment, which includes EKG monitoring, AED and necessary drugs to sustain life during emergencies, was displayed on the first truck to receive the equipment. Funding to purchase AFS equipment, eventually for the district fire trucks, came from a 40-cent tax levy for ambulance and medical defibrillators, approved by district voters in April. Left to right are Asst. Chief Ken Corbin, a state official, Battalion Chief Brian Hokamp, paramedic Roger Ellison and Black Jack Fire District Chief Mike Gantner.
North County Incorporated along with the St. Louis Regional Business Council Announces Reinvest North County Fund
Immediate Investment for North County Business and Community Relief
The North County Inc., regional development association along withthe St. Louis Regional Business Council (RBC) has organized an immediate business response to support small business owners and school children who were impacted by the tragic and continuing events in Ferguson and surrounding communities. Leadership with the RBC and NCI said in a statement that they are deeply concerned and stand with the people who live, work and go to school in these communities. The Greater North County Chamber has joined in supporting these efforts.
New Episode Debuts Sunday, July 27 at noon (CDT) on MSNBC featurea Spanish Lake veteran
The monthly event and docu-series Wounded: The Battle Back, which profiles the harrowing stories of wounded veterans, returns July 27 with “Dennis.” Presented by Wounded Warrior Project®, the series highlights the 10th anniversary of the non-profit service organization and brings to life the experiences of wounded warriors suffering both visible and invisible wounds as they struggle to reclaim their post-war lives.
By Bob Lindsey
Anxiously awaiting the chance to see the new documentary about Spanish Lake, I wasn’t disappointed in the film and writer/producer Phillip Morton’s take on the area and its history. Because he was a quite a bit younger than me, I didn’t know Morton when he lived on Maple Street, just a few blocks from our tiny house in Larimore Hills, my first home that was not in the City of St. Louis.
A Boomer’s Journal
By Tom Anselm
About a year ago, we ran a story about a young film maker from Los Angeles who spent his early years in Spanish Lake and was planning on doing a documentary about how his old neighborhood had changed.
A documentary film by a young film maker who spent his early years growing up in Spanish Lake has take hold in the St. Louis area, the films first stop in a multi-city tour
Documentary on the changes in Spanish Lake
Making a good showing at the Tivoli Theater
A documentary film by a young film maker who spent his early years growing up in Spanish Lake has take hold in the St. Louis area, the films first stop in a multi-city tour. Originally scheduled for a one-week run, “Spanish Lake” has been extended first one more week and then for an additional two weeks, according to the producer, Matt Jordan.« Previous Entries