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Library Patrons Get A Peek At Night Sky

St. Louis Astronomical Society placing telescopes at area libraries
by Don Corrigan
Ralph Waldo Emerson once said "the sky is the ultimate art gallery just above us." St. Louis Astronomical Society (SLAS) may have a free ticket for viewing that gallery — and you can pick it up at your local library.... more»
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GOING THE DISTANCE

Duo pedals on behalf of Camp Rainbow, homeless pets
by Jaime Mowers
Two retired Kirkwood School District teachers are biking 3,000 miles across the country to raise money for causes that are close to their hearts. Gail Velten is cycling to help save homeless pets.... more»
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Webster U. Professor Arrested Same Night As Police Shootings

Chris Parr questions use of police shields, reason for his arrest
by Jaime Mowers
Webster University religion and philosophy professor Chris Parr never expected to be arrested when he was in Ferguson the same night two officers were shot last week.... more»
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Officers Continue Recoveries Following March 12 Shootings

Officers’ names not released; suspect charged in shootings
by Jaime Mowers
A Webster Groves and St. Louis County police officer shot last week while working a protest in Ferguson are at home recovering. The man suspected of shooting them has been arrested.... more»
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Kirkwood Grad Maclin Signs With Kansas City Chiefs

by Rick Frese
Speedy wide receiver Jeremy Maclin, a 2006 Kirkwood High School graduate, is coming home — sort of. Maclin, a former University of Missouri standout, will be reunited with Kansas City Coach Andy Reid and several of his assistant coaches after reportedly signing a five-year, $55 million free-agent contract ($22.... more»
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Nail Biter Sends Pioneers Home In Quarterfinals

Kirkwood loses to Cor Jesu 42-41 in final seconds of game
by Rick Frese
In a girls basketball game filled with spurts between two evenly matched teams, youthful Kirkwood High School couldn’t find a way to win the Class 5 state quarterfinal against experienced Cor Jesu Academy.... more»
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One 19 North For Lunch, Dinner, Private Events

by Marty Harris
With its warm, inviting ambiance, delectable cuisine and fine wines, One 19 North is the perfect venue for an evening out.... more»
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Today's Events

Welcome Club

Date: Thursday, March 26, 2015

History of the St. Louis County Parks

Date: Thursday, March 26, 2015

Drop-In it Help

Ongoing Every Tue, Thu & Sun.

GriefShare

Ongoing Each Thursday.

Whitecliff Park Group Runs

Ongoing Every Tue & Thu.

"The Louisiana Purchase: Making St. Louis, Remaking America"

Event Occurs Through Wednesday, April 15, 2015.

Ice Skating Public Sessions

Event Occurs (except Sat & Sun) Through Sunday, March 29, 2015.

Pickleball

Ongoing Every Tue & Thu.

Artwork at the Library

Event Occurs Through Friday, May 01, 2015.
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