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North County Churches Uniting Presents Awards for Racial Harmony and Justice

n county churches uniting logoUnder the direction of Barbara K. Thomas and Rance Thomas, the North County Churches Uniting for Racial Harmony and Justice (NCCU) celebrated its 13th Annual NCCU Awards Dinner on October 8. Senator Gina M. Walsh served as the keynote speaker.

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Florissant Parks Host Cross Country, Soccer; LHSN Hosts Girls Volleyball

jim's logo copyBy Jim Wieners

Two Florissant City Parks will be sites for the Oct. 21 District Cross Country meet and the Oct. 21-28 Boys Soccer tournament. Meanwhile, Lutheran High School North will host a Class Two Volleyball tournament Oct. 17, 19.

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Hazelwood Central Football Goes For Conference 6-Sweep Saturday

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By Jim Wieners

Hazelwood Central Football won their 19th consecutive Suburban XII Conference North Division Game Oct. 7 as the Hawks won 32-10 at Hazelwood West and won Hazelwood School District bragging rights for the sixth consecutive year..

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‘Brad’s Status’ is Almost Too Much

Brad (Ben Stiller) at the moment of reckoning brought on by taking his son, Troy (Austin Abrams), on a tour of Ivy League colleges.

Brad (Ben Stiller) at the moment of reckoning brought on by taking his son, Troy (Austin Abrams), on a tour of Ivy League colleges.

by Sandra Olmsted

In Brad’s Status, director Mike White delves into the emotional struggles of Brad (Ben Stiller) at the moment of reckoning brought on by taking his son, Troy (Austin Abrams), on a tour of Ivy League colleges. Although clearly Brad and his wife Melanie (Jenna Fischer) have much to be thankful for, Brad sincerely believes his college buddies have fared much better than he has. Stuck somewhere between jealousy and regret, Brad questions his whole life from a glass-half-empty perspective. Even though there are moments of truth, pathos, and humor, Brad’s real status is revealed in near monologue form.

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20th Annual Old Town Florissant Fall Festival is this Sunday Oct. 8

booths, dog, badies on st. francois pg 1Old Town Fall Festival head color

All the activities at the Fall Festival are along rue St. Francois in Old Town

The 20th annual Old Town Fall Festival will be held Sunday, Oct. 8 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. this year. The festival is co-sponsored by Florissant Old Town Partners, City of Florissant, Missouri Arts Council, and the Regional Arts Council.

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Hazelwood Central Takes 34-Game League Grid Win Streak (To) West

By Jim Wieners

1395780654_hazelwood_central_hawks   When the St. Louis Suburban Public High School Athletic and Activities Association realigned the Suburban Conferences, Hazelwood Central Football won the last 16 consecutive Suburban North Conference games.

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