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American National 18U, 16U Baseball
Win SLABA Post-Season Tourneys
By Jim Wieners
Two American National Baseball Teams, 18 and under as well as 16 and under, won St. Louis Amateur Baseball Association post-season Tournaments played July 15-19.
Summer is at its Peak;
Not Ready For Back to School
By Tom Anselm
I just saw that there are some school districts that are going to start back this first week of August. Now that’s just not right! August used to be the time when baseball was winding down, the pools were so hot and nasty that we seldom went anymore, and boredom was beginning to set in.
Judging Ms. Missouri Senior Contest Again Is Always Eye-Opening
I had an eye opening experience again this year as I emceed the annual Ms. Missouri Senior America Pageant this past Sunday at the Florissant Civic Center. As I’ve said before, I really think it’s important to stay active and healthy. I don’t always follow my own advice, however, as I often get on a roller coaster of fitness.
Generations Mold History,
and History Returns the Favor
A child is born in New Jersey, one minute after
midnight, January 1, 1946.
She is the first of what would be later referred to as a “Boomer”.
Big Let Down on U.S.
Soccer Loses and Messi
I know some of you get tired of hearing me talk about soccer but I have heard from many that they also really enjoy the sport because it is not talked about enough in our community, in the newspapers, or on TV.
Films for 4th of July Weekend
by Sandra Olmsted
In addition to The BFG opening in time for the summer holiday, several other films opened recently or will open this weekend. Along with adventure and excitement, a few also offer more esoteric topics and revisit or rewrite history.« Previous Entries