Smaller Ferguson Holiday Event Celebration is Part of the Healing
There was no lighted parade like in years past, but there
were other holidays events normally associated with the city Northern Lights celebration held annually on the Sunday after Thanksgiving.
By Sandra Olmsted
Director Ridley Scott’s Exodus: Gods and Kings lacks the spiritual majesty and mystery of Cecil B. DeMille’s original Biblical epic, The Ten Commandments, and figuring out where the blame lies doesn’t provide much of a problem.
Sec. of State, North County Inc., Regional
Business Council form #FergusonRebuild
Secretary of State Jason Kander announced last Thursday that he has partnered with the Regional Business Council and North County Incorporated to create #FergusonRebuild, an initiative that will provide non-governmental grants to businesses in Ferguson and the surrounding area in partnership with the Reinvest North County Fund.
The annual Christmas Concert at Old St. Ferdinand Shrine will be Sunday Dec. 14 at 3 p.m.. This year there are four groups providing Christmas music. They are the combined choirs of Florissant Valley Baptist Church, St. Sabina Catholic Church and Florissant Presbyterian Church under the direction of Tammy Stevenson and the Choir of Sacred Heart Church under the direction of John Meehan.
It’s that frantic season right now for everybody. If you drive on the highway everybody is flying by you like you are standing still. If you are shopping everybody is mad that you are not moving fast enough.
By Jim Wieners
Hazelwood Central Varsity Basketball Teams, Boys and Girls, began the 2014-15 seasons with tip-off Tournament championships.
“It’s exciting,” said girls head coach Wendy Reeves Dec. 6 after her Hawk ladies won the Northwest-Cedar Hill Tournament. One day earlier, Dec. 5 the Hawk men won the Jerry Boeckman Memorial St. John Vianney Invitational.