Community News

Kirkwood Pioneers Beat Webster Groves Statesmen 35-7 In Turkey Day Game

The Kirkwood High School Pioneers kept the Frisco Bell with a 35-7 victory over the Webster Groves High School Statesmen in the annual Turkey Day game today, which was held at Lyons Stadium at Kirkwood High this year. Congrats to the Kirkwood Pioneers, who have now won the bell for the past five Turkey Day games in a row!

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Recent Features From The Times & Word Newspapers

A Call For A Historic Makeover At White Haven

President Ulysses S. Grant is undergoing a historical makeover, thanks to expert book authors like Ron Chernow. Scholars suggest Grant's historic site itself could now use a bit of a makeover in the interest of authenticity.

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Giving Thanks For Turkey, Traditions & Trends

Setting the Thanksgiving menu is all about tradition. A menu steeped in family culinary traditions that are often based on romantic images of Plymouth Colony's Pilgrims and oversized roasted turkeys, candied sweet potatoes and pumpkin pie.

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A New Home For Raynard

Raynard Nebbitt, known as the man seen daily on the Rock Hill Road bridge over Interstate 44 waving at cars, trucks and trains that pass below, got the best birthday present ever when his sister surprised him with the keys to a home in Webster Groves.

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More Community News

Kirkwood Police Officer O'Brien Receives Service Award For Valor

For his actions last summer Kirkwood Police Officer Thomas O'Brien is the first officer to receive the Kirkwood Police Department's Distinguished Service Award for Valor.

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Study Issues Conclusion On South Geyer Traffic

Enhanced crosswalk control technology is not warranted for South Geyer Road, a traffic engineering study commissioned by the Kirkwood City Council has concluded.

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County Library Eliminates Lending Fees With Other Libraries

The St. Louis County Library system's Board of Trustees voted on Nov. 20 to eliminate fees for transactions with other cooperating libraries as of Jan. 1, 2018.

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Community Spotlight

"Wreaths Across America"

For the twelfth year in a row, local service organizations will participate in "Wreaths Across America Day" by placing remembrance wreaths on the graves of the fallen at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery.

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Columnists

Talking Turkey: A Bridge Too Far Gone

"Over the river and through the woods to grandmother's house we go ... " It may be tough for area residents to get to granny's digs for turkey or presents in 2018.

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Turkeys Are People Too

Today I am going to do precisely what the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals would like me to do. I'm going to talk about the group's new billboard.

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From My Second Story Window

I feel fortunate. The old Bradford Pear tree, which wraps itself around the northeast corner of our old office building, is still here.

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Local Election Coverage

Heather Navarro Wins 28th Ward Special Election

Heather Navarro has won the July 11 special election. Navarro will fill the aldermanic seat vacated by Mayor Lyda Krewson. Navarro, executive director of the Missouri Coalition for the Environment, was chosen as the candidate by the 28th Ward Democratic Committee.

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Times Sports

High School Scoreboard - Published November 24, 2017

Hockey Saturday, Nov. 18: Clayton 4 - Webster Groves 3 Oakville 3 - St. John Vianney 2 Friday, Nov. 17: Oakville 3 - Vianney 2 Wentzville Holt 8 - Lutheran South 1 Saturday, Nov.

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Adrian Clayborn Makes His Mark

During pre-game warmups before the Dallas Cowboys-Atlanta Falcons football game on Nov. 12, David Archer, a former Falcons quarterback who is now the team's radio analyst, noticed the look on Falcons defensive end Adrian Clayborn's face.

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Mary Queen of Peace Archdiocesan Champions

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