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Waning Days of Summer Movie Recap

by Sandra Olmsted

Sandra Olmsted

Sandra Olmsted

As summer begins to fade, and the days grow shorter, we may all regret the summer adventures we did or didn’t have. Fortunately, a good summer movie can take us on a wild, even scary, ride, or dramatically provoke thought about serious issues or provide escape through laughter, although comedies have been few and far between this summer.

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School Starting, But Kids Seems Out of Shape

by Randy Gardner

Randy Gardner

Randy Gardner

School for almost all of our children is just around the corner, with some starting as early as this week.. With this comes the kids getting back into sporting activities.

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The Dining Divas Check Out No. County’s Irma Jean’s Neighborhood Restaurant

Lisa Kampeter

Lisa Kampeter

by Lisa Kampeter

  It’s not often that the Dining Divas stay north for our dinner outings. When we’re fortunate enough to get a new, non-chain restaurant in town, many of us living in the area check it out before we think about getting the group there. This month, at the request of a couple North County Divas, we went to Irma Jean’s Neighborhood Restaurant & Sports Bar, even though a few of us had already been there.

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Hazelwood Central Football Begins Chojnacki Era Aug. 18 At DeSmet

jim's logo copy   By Jim Wieners

Brent Chojnacki begins his era as the 12th head football coach in the combined history of Hazelwood High School and Hazelwood Central High, ninth at Hazelwood Central, Aug.18 when the Hawks visit DeSmet Jesuit High for a 7 p.m. kickoff

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A BOOMER’S JOURNAL: It’s Been Slumping Summer For A Spoiled Cardinals Fan

Tom Anselm

Tom Anselm

by Tom Anselm

Well, here it is August and we who have any interest in St. Louis Cardinal baseball are looking at a disappointing year. I will be the first to admit that I am lukewarm on the local product this year. It is well documented elsewhere that the boys with the birds on the bat have played like, well, not like people who are at the elite level of their profession.

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Trinity, Berkeley Football Get Week 1 Off

jim's logo copyby Jim Wieners

Trinity Catholic High School and McCluer South-Berkeley Football went the farthest in the State Football Playoff Championships last season from North County.

In addition, is this what they get to start the 2017 season, the first week off? They Do.

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