by Tom Anselm
Since retiring from teaching in 2010, I’ve had a variety of jobs. Working at a golf course, taking people to doctor appointments. I tried shoe sales and that was a serious disaster, given the low pay and lots of bending. Not to mention other peoples’ feet.
By Carol Arnett
The Florissant City Council held two public hearings at its meeting Monday night. It also held the final readings and votes on bills that approve a new medical training center and a new banquet center at 407 Dunn Road, the former home of Yacovelli’s.
By Sandra Olmsted
In the twenty years since the last Power Rangers movie hit the big screens, the little fans have grown up and probably want to share their love of these iconic characters with their children. Unfortunately, director Dean Israelite’s version may not be the Power Rangers film to introduce to a new generation of five-year-olds to these heroes because teen angst takes a front seat to the Rangers’ heroism. In this iteration, the story of these new Rangers and the old ones is re-conceived with an intergalactic connection.
There are two huge decisions over the next week or so that will affect St. Louis for many years to come. First is the vote on the downtown St. Louis MLS stadium. Without even guessing, you know which side I am on, but unfortunately I do not have a vote in the matter.
By Jim Wieners
Incarnate Word Academy Basketball has enjoyed the 21st Century in general and the last eight years in particular as the Red Knights become the first girls program to win a Missouri State High School Activities Association record eight titles, seven since 2006, six since 2010 and four in the last five years, as a Class Four team.
By Jim Wieners
HAZELWOOD CENTRAL — After finishing State in May, 2016, with a team high 76 points but was second to Lee’s Summit West in Class Five, Hazelwood Central Girls Track And Field began their mission to unfinished business March 25 by winning the Lindenwood High School Open at Lindenwood University Track in St. Charles.