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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.
The BFG is Not Such A
by Sandra Olmsted
Prediction For U.S. Win
Falls Way Short Again
It’s been like Christmas in June for me and many others as the United States Men’s National Soccer team is or should I say embarked on a historic run in the Copa America tournament. After a horrible start against Columbia, they bounced back with some big wins and a bit of help from some other countries and are in the semi finals. I write my columns on Tuesday and that is the day that the big game versus Argentina , so I have to write about it in past tense.
Sobering Thoughts As We Approach Our Nation’s Birthday
We head into the celebration of our nation’s birth next week as a land divided. We have been divided before, even as early as when the Founding Fathers battled each other with words in the establishment of this, the United States of America.
Hazelwood Central Girls Track,
Trinity Girls Soccer Second Bests
By Jim Wieners
It took until the end of the spring high school sports season, and the end of the 2015-16 prep sports year for the best finishers in state.
Hazelwood West Teams Win
Five District Titles In 2015-16
By Jim Wiener
Hazelwood West High School Sports teams took home five District Championship Plaques while another team qualified for Sectionals.
Soccer was one sport that Hazelwood West swept. The Wildcats won Class Four, District Five Boys and Class Four, District Four Girls. Both teams fell in the sectionals including Hazelwood West Boys Soccer falling to eventual Class Four State Champion Francis Howell.« Previous Entries Next Entries »