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  • Members of the Kirkwood High School girls basketball team celebrate after winning the Missouri Class 5 state championship by a score of 43-36 over Lee’s Summit. The game was played March 18 at the Mizzou Arena.

    Kirkwood High girls basketball team captures its first state championship title

    Players and fans are still reeling over Kirkwood High School’s big win last week in claiming the first Class 5 Missouri State Girls Basketball Championship in school history. read more »

  • Considered the founding father of rock ‘n’ roll, Chuck Berry, right, performed regularly at Blueberry Hill in the Loop. Here, he is seen onstage after a performance in July 2011 with Blueberry Hill owner and personal friend Joe Edwards. file photo by Diana Linsley

    Rock 'n' Roll Legend Chuck Berry Dies At 90

    Rock ’n’ roll pioneer Chuck Berry died Saturday, March 18, at his home in Wentzville at the age of 90. read more »

  • Webster Groves High School Statesmen celebrate following the team’s 70-35 impressive win over Lee’s Summit West on March 18 at the Mizzou Arena in Columbia. The Missouri Class 5 champions last won a state title in 2008.

    Runaway state championship win for Webster Groves High basketball squad

    From the start of the season, Webster Groves High School wasn’t going to be denied winning its third boys basketball state championship. The Statesmen were on a mission to duplicate state championships read more »

  • Enid Chandler Barnes at the Thomas Sappington House Museum in Crestwood. Barnes was honored recently by the Daughters of the American Revolution with a national Historic Preservation Award for her decades of volunteer work on behalf of the historic home.

    An Outstanding Volunteer

    Enid Barnes honored for her 44 years of service to the Sappington House
    Generations of field-tripping South County students and uncounted others recognize the friendly smile and soft but authoritative voice of Enid Barnes, the unofficial face of the Sappington House Museum. read more »

  • Members of the Peace Economy Project with a poster promoting musician Charlie King and the Friday, March 24, 40th anniversary concert. Shown from left are: Charles Kindleberger, Virginia Nesmith, Abbe Sudvarg and Mary Ann McGivern.


    Organization marks 40 years with March 24 silent auction & concert
    There will be mirth and joy when the Peace Economy Project (PEP) holds its 40th anniversary celebration on March 24 with a concert full of the songs of Pete Seeger, Holly Near, Arlo Guthrie, Chad Mitchell, read more »
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