Efforts Continue to Grow to Get
Rotary’s License Fee Office Back
The list of local leaders continues to grow in the efforts to reverse a state decision to award the Florissant license office to a for-profit company in St. Charles County, taking it from the long-time license holder, the Florissant Rotary Club. The not-for-profit Rotary Club of Florissant has appealed the state license decision.
St. Louis Community College-Florissant Valley will celebrate African-American History Month throughout February.
On Feb. 4 from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m., there will be a kickoff celebration in the Student Center Multipurpose Room featuring an African dance troupe, a presentation about Elijah Lovejoy from Barnes Bradshaw with the Missouri History Museum, musical performances, free food and giveaways. Kenneth Murdock, of the Murdock Report on WGNU-AM, will give the keynote address.
By Tom Anselm
During what is now called “The Mid-Century” starting with 1950, there began a social phenomenon resulting from the return to civilian life of millions of men in the mid-1940s who had just won a war against tyranny. Called “The Baby Boom”, it created an unprecedented effect on American society the likes of which we may never see again.
Hazelwood Closes City Hall Jan. 19
Hosts 13th Annual Tribute for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
The City of Hazelwood has announced that its City Hall will be CLOSED to the public on Monday, January 19, for Dr. Martin Luther King’s special holiday. The building will re-open for business on Tuesday, January 20, during its regular operating hours from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Mayor Outlines Efforts to Save
License Office For the Rotary Club
By Jeremey Thomas
The Florissant city council discussed and passed several bills up for approval Monday Jan. 12 and passed a resolution detailing a request to the state to reconsider the state license office for the Florissant Rotary Club.
The Dining Divas
By Lisa Kampeter
2015 already was brighter with Divas Brunch
2014 was not a fun year for me. The Big C was a big pain for the majority of the year. As I focused on one day at a time during my fight, I was always glad to have something nice to look forward to each month. Something to take my mind off my struggle. Something that I knew would make me happy. And those “somethings” are the Dining Divas.