Citizens Pack Florissant Council on Tim Jones
Arrest ….Councilman Issues Apology
By Jeremy Thomas
The Florissant City Council had a packed house from citizens wanting to voice their opinion on the arrest and charges against Councilman Timothy Jones for soliciting prostitution in South St. Louis on Oct. 8. Local media, such as KTVI-Fox 2 and KMOV, were present during the meeting, and Timothy Jones was at his council seat.
By Jim Wieners
Hazelwood West Boys Cross Country will be sending their team to the Class Four, Sectional Two Meet, Saturday, Nov. 1, at Warrenton High School and the top four Boys and Girls teams, along with runners from teams finishing fifth or lower that finish in the top 30, advance to the state championships May 8 at Oak Hills Golf Center in Jefferson City.
District Football continues Saturday, Nov. 1
By Jim Wieners
After whitewashing away their first-round opponent in Class Six, District Two Football the Hazelwood Central Hawks will put their 10-0 record, and number one ranking by Missouri Sports Writers and Sportscasters, on the line against the 7-2 St. Louis University High Junior Billikens, also after a one-sided shutout, in a Saturday (Nov. 1), 1 p.m. semifinal at Hazelwood Central.
Contemporary Christian music legend and TV host John Michael Talbot will be in concert Saturday, Nov. 15, at St. Norbert Catholic Church at 16455 New Halls Ferry Rd. in Florissant.
Seating is “In the Round.” Tickets are $50 for center seating and $40 for side seating. Call the church office at 831-3874 to order tickets.
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.
By Sandra Olmsted
Director Jason Reitman’s Men, Women & Children chronicles what changes smartphones and constant connections done ot not to modern life. However, the changes feel like the 1960s sex farce that attempted to negotiate the societal changes wrought by greater mobility and greater availability of telephones, such as Boeing, Boeing (1965), A Guide for the Married Man (1967) and The Facts of Life (1960).