Members of the Florissant Police Department delivered gifts to three local schools in Florissant as part of the second annual Heros for the Holidays campaign. The gifts were given to parents of 35 kids so they can make their kids’ Holiday Season special.
Stars Win McCluer North Girls Swim
Relays, West Freestyler Back To State
By Jim Wieners
McCluer North Girls Swimming got off to a winning start Dec. 11 at the Florissant-James J. Eagan Civic Center by winning their own relay meet.
North Tech Boys Seeks 4-Peat
At Lutheran St. Charles County
By Jim Wieners
Until 2012 it is rare for North Technical Boys Basketball to win a tournament let alone winning it three years in a row at Lutheran High St. Charles County by 2014. This week North Tech attempts to enter an elite status by trying to win four years in a row at the Lutheran SC Nike Cougar Classic, since only a few win any sports tournament in four consecutive years.
Is Thursday Night’s Game
Last For Rams in St. Louis?
By Randy Gardner
How many times have you seen the Rams play a game on any day but Sunday over the past several years? That’s right, its easy— none. So why are they suddenly playing on Thursday Night Football?
Story and photo by Bob Lindsey
One of the largest crowds in memory packed the Florissant Civic Center last week to hear updates on the cleanup and future testing sites along Coldwater Creek where many think radiation from the creek bed caused various cancers.
T. R. Carr chaired one committee, served on another
By Tom Anselm
Over a year ago the St. Louis County Grand Jury announced that Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson would not be charged in the death of Michael Brown. In light of the resulting civil unrest and property damage in the Ferguson area and other parts of the St. Louis Metropolitan area, a commission was formed by Gov. Jay Nixon to address some of the issues that surfaced. It was called The Ferguson Commission and was made up of community leaders and regular citizens appointed by Nixon.