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Recalls Long Career and April 2013 Tornado
For 38 years of his life, Fire Chief Dave Radel served the citizens of Hazelwood by responding to fire and medical emergencies. He grew up in the City of Hazelwood so he was very familiar with the community and loved living in North County.
By Jim Wieners
With the Feb. 11 deadline for qualifying for the Missouri State High School Activities Association Girls Swimming and Diving Championships, Feb. 17-18 at the St. Peters’ Rec-Plex, Incarnate Word Academy has added the 200-yard Freestyle Relay, freshman Ellie Wehrmann has added or updated event qualifying times and sophomore Emily Schroeder has updated her two qualifying times, as of Jan. 29.
By Jim Wieners
North, Chappel Passes 1,000 Points In a battle of Girls Basketball teams sharing 3-0 Suburban XII North records Hazelwood West, with a 1,000-point-plus player in senior Lakeita Chappel, hosts McCluer North Thursday, Feb. 2 at 7 p.m.
The Hazelwood Community Enrichment Commission carried on its tradition of hosting a Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., for the 15th straight year on Sunday, Jan. 15, at Civic Center East. This year’s program featured Dr. Dan Isom, Des Lee Professor of Policing and the Community at University of Missouri-St. Louis and retired Police Chief, as the keynote speaker. Howard Richards, Mizzou’s newly appointed Assistant Athletic Director for Community Relations, was the master of ceremonies. Other program participants included: St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger; Hazelwood Community Enrichment Commission chairperson Helena Smith; Mayor Matthew Robinson of Hazelwood; and Maj. Ken Jewson, Hazelwood Police Department.
Greater North County Chamber Honors 4;
Installs New 2017 Board of Directors, Officers
At the installation luncheon Jan. 18 honoring Kurtis Barks as the Greater North County Business person-of-the-year, the chamber also honored other members with special awards and swore-in the new board of directors, chairman and officers. Barks is the owner and operator of Complete Auto Body & Repair. The event was held at The Atrium at Christian Hospital Northeast.
Pump Boys and Dinettes will be perform at the Florissant Civic Center on Jan. 29 at 2:00 p.m. as part of the Florissant Fine Arts Council’s Applause/Applause series. Pump Boys and Dinettes garnered three Tony Award nominations and two Drama Desk Award nominations during its run in New York.« Previous Entries Next Entries »