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Students at each of the three high schools in the Ferguson-Florissant School District engaged in peaceful protests today in response to recent events in Ferguson.
Beginning shortly after 8 a.m., approximately 300 to 400 students at McCluer High School and 150 to 200 students at McCluer North High School participated in demonstrations.
The I Love Ferguson committee presented a check for $5,000 to Rebecca Zoll, CEO of North County, Inc. Regional Development Association, last Thursday. The money will go the Reinvest North County Fund for businesses and schools impacted by the events in August.
Trinity High to Host Forum on
Unrest, Peace and Justice on Nov. 13
How do we talk to our children about moving through unrest to peace and justice?
This follow up event to the event held at St. Rose Philippine Duchesne Church in early October will be held Thursday, Nov. 13 at 7 p.m. at Trinity High School
Gov. Jay Nixon and State Treasurer Clint Zweifel have applauded the Small Business Relief Program for surpassing $200,000 in zero-interest loans to small businesses affected by civil unrest in the Ferguson area.
Ferguson residents are offering a “Pumpkin Walk” for area children celebrating
Halloween. The event was created to offer a safe trick-or-treat activity
amid the ongoing unrest in Ferguson. It will be held on Sunday, Oct. 26.
Independent commission will make specific recommendations
Gov. Jay Nixon on Tuesday announced that he will create an independent commission to study and make specific recommendations for how to make progress on the issues raised by events in Ferguson. The Governor said the effort must include a thorough and wide-ranging examination of the challenges that were exposed and exacerbated by the death of Michael Brown and its aftermath, and offer specific recommendations for overcoming them.« Previous Entries Next Entries »