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Taking care of students in every aspect of life at Duchesne High School  KSDK.com

We are showcasing nine Catholic high schools in the area in honor of National Catholic Schools Week.



Wiseman helps lead Duchesne to win over DuBourg  STLtoday.com

ST. CHARLES • Even though the Duchesne girls basketball team only has two wins under its belt through its first eight games, there was plenty to play for Friday.



42nd Duchesne Holiday Invitational: Notre Dame 53, Tolton 41 | Girls Basketball  STLtoday.com

Tolton's Amber Wright (20) puts up a shot against Notre Dame, Friday, Dec. 28, 2018, at Duchesne High School in St. Charles, Mo. Michael Gulledge, Special to ...



St. Louis area Catholics to celebrate arrival two centuries ago of a future saint  St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Mother Duchesne, a French missionary, showed up in 1818 — the same year Bishop DuBourg came to the area and St. Louis University was founded.



School apologizes after inflatable monkey seen at 'beach-themed' game  KMOV.com

Administrators at Duchesne High School in St. Charles are apologizing for the actions of students at a recent basketball game, which were viewed by some as ...



St. Charles West 55, St. Charles 54 | St. Charles High School  STLtoday.com

St. Charles West's Trent Champagne (10) puts up a shot against St. Charles, Friday, Jan. 18, 2019, at St. Charles High School in St. Charles, Mo. Michael ...



Jane Marie Eggering  The Boone Country Connection

Jane Marie Eggering, 73, of Hawk Point, Missouri, having been fortified with the sacraments of the holy mother church passed away on Monday, January 28, ...



School closings for November 15, 2018 | Local News  St. Louis American

Below is a listing of the schools, churches and programming that has been closed, postponed or operating on a snow schedule in response to the overnight ...



Talented senior class puts Winfield on the cusp of school history  STLtoday.com

Keith McGlasson knew what he wanted to do but he had to see where his players stood.



School closings for January 31, 2019 | Local News  St. Louis American

Below is a listing of the schools, churches and programming that has been closed, postponed or operating on a snow schedule in response to the freezing ...



Family-friendly holiday happenings in St. Charles County Parks  KTVI Fox 2 St. Louis

ST. CHARLES COUNTY, Mo. - `Tis the season to visit a St. Charles County Park for family fun and an extra dose of holiday cheer! Enjoy the FREE holiday toy ...



Winter Storm Results In Hundreds Of School And Business Closings  KTRS | St Louis News and Talk Radio | The Big 550 AM

School Closings. Academy at Day Spring | CLOSED Academy of St. Louis – Chesterfield | CLOSED Affton School District | CLOSED Al Manara Academy | ...



Icy Weather Results In Dozens Of School Closings  KTRS | St Louis News and Talk Radio | The Big 550 AM

School Closings Last Updated: 02/28/2019 06:26am. ASA Christian Academy | CLOSED Abiding Savior Lutheran School | CLOSED Affton School District | ...



Menards Pep Zone: Duchesne High School  fox2now.com

ST. LOUIS, MO — FOX 2 is in the Pep-Zone Friday morning and we are in Pioneer country. We have fox 2's Chris Regnier in St. Charles at Duchesne High ...



Meet the 2018 Best of St. Charles winners  STLtoday.com

For the past 23 years, the Suburban Journals of St. Charles County has celebrated 100 + readers' choice winners in the area.



Duchesne sweeps music competition at Orlandofest  STLtoday.com

Duchesne High School students swept the competition at the recent Orlandofest, according to a press release.



Duchesne dedicates All-Student Fitness Center  Suburban Journals

Nearly 50 people gathered at Duchesne High School recently for a dedication and ribbon cutting for the school's new All-Student Fitness Center, made possible ...



Charity Futsal tournament brings international soccer players to St. Charles  KSDK.com

St. Louis Ambush players Robert Acosta and Corey Adamson aren't paid to play in the futsal tournament. None of the players are. They do it, because they want ...



Funeral arrangements set for slain St. Charles mother, grandmother and two kids  STLtoday.com

Updated at 11:15 p.m. Wednesday to reflect that the location of the memorial *service* has changed. Kate Kasten, her mother and her two children will be ...



Simmons breaks out of slump to help Hazelwood Central down Francis Howell Central for district crown  STLtoday.com

COTTLEVILLE • Nariyah Simmons was in a shooting slump.



A fairer way to pay for the St. Louis Zoo  STLtoday.com

The St. Louis Zoo is a regional and national treasure. It is consistently voted one of the best zoos in the nation and recognized worldwide for its animal ...



St. Charles County Food Inspection Scores: Dairy Queen, Fritz's, Baskin-Robbins, U-Swirl  70 West Sentinel

The St. Charles County Department of Public Health monitors more than 1300 food *service* providers in St. Charles County. (The City of St. Peters conducts its.



Flores puts finishing touch on Borgia's shootout win  STLtoday.com

ST. CHARLES • Rudolfo Flores was still looking for a way to find the back of the net heading into Borgia's second game of the season Tuesday.



Wrong-way crash on Highway 364 in St. Charles County sends 6 to hospital  STLtoday.com

Six people were taken to the hospital with moderate injuries after a wrong-way crash on Highway 364 in St. Charles County.



St. Louis health department names new director  STLtoday.com

Dr. Fredrick Echols comes from the St. Louis County health department.



Duchesne Dream Home Sweepstakes drawing this weekend  STLtoday.com

Duchesne High School's annual Dream Home Sweepstakes is well underway, with almost 20 percent more tickets having been sold at this point as compared to ...



Mizzou women advance with overtime win against Drake  STLtoday.com

IOWA CITY, IOWA • Missouri junior guard Jordan Roundtree stepped up to the free throw line, took a few deep breaths and tried not to think about the fact that.



Duchesne hangs tough before falling to powerful Father Tolton  STLtoday.com

ST. CHARLES • The Duchesne boys basketball team knew what it was up against going into Saturday's game against Father Tolton in the Public-Private ...



Racist note about Trump's inauguration targets Villa Duchesne student  STLtoday.com

A Villa Duchesne high school student reported she received a note with a racial slur in her locker last week on the heels of Donald Trump's presidential ...



COULD O'NEILL BUMP FOWLER FROM LINEUP?  STLtoday.com

QUESTION: With Tyler O'Neill's strong spring, will he be the opening day right fielder, or has Fowler got it locked up?



After nearly 10 years, Cortex CEO to leave innovation district  STLtoday.com

Lower will work full time through the end of the year.



Blues rally but can't finish in shootout loss to Blackhawks  STLtoday.com

CHICAGO • The Western Conference playoff picture has been changing on a daily basis lately, including the Blues clinching a playoff berth and (briefly) taking ...



No. 10 small school: McCluer South-Berkeley focuses on the moment with uncertain future  STLtoday.com

Follow along each day for the countdown of the STLhighschoolsports.com preseason small-school rankings. The No. 1 team will be unveiled Aug. 23.



Good Fortune ends 10-month run in Botanical Heights  STLtoday.com

Good Fortune, the Botanical Heights restaurant inspired by Chinese cuisine, has closed after 10 months. Owner Corey Smale announced the news in the first ...



Carpenter looks forward to having entire spring to prepare  STLtoday.com

This year, Cardinals third baseman Matt Carpenter is healthy and ready for his first full spring training since 2016, although he admonished, “Don't jinx me.”



New luxury villas coming to Frontenac | Home Builder  STLtoday.com

McBride Homes, Missouri's largest homebuilder will soon be opening their newest community, The Arbors at Frontenac. The long-awaited enclave is currently ...



11 horses found dead, 16 rescued by Missouri Humane Society at property near Iowa border  STLtoday.com

The Humane Society of Missouri said it rescued 16 malnourished horses Thursday from a property in the northern part of the state where 11 dead and decaying ...



FAVORABLE FIRST-ROUND MATCHUP?  STLtoday.com

QUESTION: What's the most favorable matchup for the Blues in the first round of the playoffs: Winnipeg, Nashville or a wild-card team (because they won out and ...



SLU keeps it close but remains winless at VCU  STLtoday.com

RICHMOND, Va. • Down 15 points in the second half amid perhaps the most hostile environment in the Atlantic 10, St. Louis University could have licked its ...



Crook's watery getaway in St. Charles County foiled by floating cops  STLtoday.com

A man who police say canoed his way through floodwater to burglarize a home in St. Charles County Thursday was arrested on the Mississippi River Thursday ...



Hickman defeats Tolton in first matchup of Columbia teams  Columbia Missourian

The Kewpies handily took down the Trailblazers 8-1 in the season's first matchup between the two Columbia high schools.



Victim of Alton gas station shooting identified; suspect in custody  STLtoday.com

Austin L. Pierson, 22 of Alton, was killed. The suspect fled from the scene and was involved in two traffic crashes before he was arrested.



Shooting at St. Charles shopping center leaves one wounded  STLtoday.com

ST. CHARLES • A shooting at the Mark Twain Village shopping center at the intersection of Interstate 70 and South Fifth Street on Thursday evening left a man ...



Two Duchesne students chosen for American Legion Girls State  STLtoday.com

Dolores Boschert and Liz Buchholz, juniors at Duchesne High School, have both been chosen to attend the American Legion Auxiliary Missouri Girls State ...



Lutheran St. Charles blanks Duchesne, strives for even better postseason  STLtoday.com

ST. PETERS • The Lutheran St. Charles baseball team is a work in progress.



Lutheran North runs past McCluer South-Berkeley, eyes rematch with Metro  STLtoday.com

ST. CHARLES • The Class 3 District 6 girls basketball championship Saturday could have been a test of Lutheran North's focus.



Students are studying foreign language longer  STLtoday.com

Even though Missouri, and many high schools, don't require it for high school graduation, the number of public school students taking foreign language classes ...



Union remains unbeaten behind Gaebe's continued scoring prowess  STLtoday.com

ST. CHARLES • Emily Gaebe isn't out to put on a show. It just usually works out that way.



Donovan Clay, senior, Alton  STLtoday.com

The 6-foot-7 Clay was a rock for the Redbirds during a tumultuous season. Averaged 17.8 points, 5.6 rebounds, nearly two assists and a block per game as ...



'It's always weird,' but Blues' Schenn enjoys trip back to Philly  STLtoday.com

Much was expected of both the Blues and Flyers this season, but despite talented roster both are falling way short of expectations.



Predictably unpredictable Blues regroup for surprising win  STLtoday.com

EDMONTON, Alberta • Just 13 days after squandering a 2-0 first-period lead in St. Louis, eventually losing 3-2 on Connor McDavid's shootout goal, the Blues ...



It could be Justin Rose's turn to wear the green jacket  STLtoday.com

AUGUSTA, Ga. • Justin Rose has been atop the leaderboard at the Masters after every round except the one that matters.



MLB notebook: Dodgers ace Kershaw sidelined for now  STLtoday.com

Los Angeles Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw has been sidelined indefinitely after telling manager Dave Roberts that he “didn't feel right” after two discouraging ...



Fairground Park becoming ground zero of unsafe city  STLtoday.com

Once a jewel of north St. Louis, Fairground Park has become a veritable killing field, littered with mayhem and murders in a once-thriving, working-class ...



A 3-year-old boy repeatedly entered the wrong password, locked up his dad's iPad until 2067  STLtoday.com

And when the dad sent out a social media plea for help, it was met with helpful, humorous and of course, a suggestion to go with time travel.



University City Children's Center: Early trust teaches growth skills  STLtoday.com

Founded in the early 1970s, University City Children's Center (UCCC) combined nine churches and synagogues to create a goal of helping change children's ...



ASSISTANCE HOME CARE - Ad from 2019-04-03 | Ads  STLtoday.com

ASSISTANCE HOME CARE - Ad from 2019-04-03: Four Neighborhood Locations Serving the Greater St. Louis Area *Based on v...



Suspected dealer in St. Louis County overdose also faces weapons charge after Facebook photo shows gun  STLtoday.com

ST. LOUIS • A man from St. Louis facing a federal gun charge for his Facebook messages has also been accused of dealing a fatal dose of fentanyl to a St. Louis ...



Ladue outlasts John Burroughs in district final OT thriller  STLtoday.com

LADUE • The pressure didn't get to Henry McIntosh.



Allen smothers Flames as Blues end road trip with a win  STLtoday.com

CALGARY, ALBERTA • Defeated, but not deflated Thursday in Vancouver, the Blues felt that 5-1 score didn't reflect the effort or their work. Defenseman Joel ...



Neman: Co-founder goes all in on Whole30 diet; she'll speak here Friday  STLtoday.com

Nine years ago, Melissa Hartwig and her then-husband, Dallas, tried an experiment.



Anoushka Shankar celebrates 20 years of genre-defying music with 'Reflections'  STLtoday.com

Anoushka Shankar's 20-year career as a sitar player and composer has explored a wide enough expanse of musical territory that “Reflections,” a compilation ...



Dr. Dog coming to Delmar Hall  STLtoday.com

Dr. Dog is at Delmar Hall with a concert on Feb. 25; show time is at 8 p.m..



History's 'The American Farm' Docuseries Follows the Lives of 5 Family Farms  STLtoday.com

Shot on location across the country, The American Farm is an authentic portrait of the fight to go from seed to stalk, and from farm to fork. The History Channel ...



Wine Finds: Chardonnay from New Zealand  STLtoday.com

The meteoric rise in popularity of New Zealand's style of bold, pungent and refreshing sauvignon blanc made the country a star in the international wine world.



In Metro East, Bost defeats Democratic challenger for second term; Davis narrowly survives  STLtoday.com

Though Democrats won control of the U.S. House on Tuesday night, they lost their battles for two Metro East congressional seats considered key to the national ...



Analysis: It's time to give some bigots a break  STLtoday.com

I'm a bigot. I'm sexist. I'm a homophobe. Yes, I'm one of those people. I haven't been busted on social media. No one has caught me using a racial slur -- no ...



Editorial: Ebola is back. Irrational responses are no way to fight it.  STLtoday.com

There's another serious Ebola epidemic sweeping communities in the Democratic Republic of Congo. To avoid a repeat of the hysteria that accompanied the ...



Duchesne controls the tempo, downs North Tech  STLtoday.com

ST. CHARLES • Wade Bouslog winked at the scorer's table.



St. Louis Archdiocese will open its first rural health clinic in Washington County  STLtoday.com

The Archdiocese of St. Louis plans to open its first health clinic early next year in Old Mines, Mo., in Washington County, in an effort to improve rural health care.



TV Q&A: Was ‘Instinct’ canceled?  STLtoday.com

Q • We loved the characters, the plot intrigues and the clever writing on “Instinct.” Was it canceled?



Vista (formerly Vista Ramen) to close Aug. 18  STLtoday.com

Vista, the 2-year-old restaurant from chef Chris Bork and Mud House owners Casey and Jeremy Miller, will close after *service* Aug. 18. The news comes only a ...



Meet the winners from the Best of St. Charles County readers choice awards  STLtoday.com

The winners from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch & Suburban Journals Best of St. Charles County Reader's Choice Awards were honored on Thursday night at the ...



Mizzou fundraising campaign tops $1 billion in donations  STLtoday.com

A fundraising campaign launched in 2015 by the University of Missouri has topped $1 billion in contributions, a tally aided by record-breaking cash donations ...



St. Louis brewery wins fight to trademark Schlafly name after battle with Phyllis Schlafly heirs  STLtoday.com

Their lawyer Andrew Schlafly, of Far Hills, N.J., who is also a son of Phyllis Schlafly, said his clients plan to appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court.



Puryear, Tigers break out of funk, hold off Gamecocks  STLtoday.com

Season-best scoring games from Watson, Puryear help Tigers snap four-game losing streak with 78-63 win over South Carolina.



Incarnate Word given special reward after decisive win over Villa Duchesne  STLtoday.com

FRONTENAC • The Incarnate Word volleyball team broke its post-match huddle Thursday with a roar befitting a state championship celebration.



Bundy's big day propels MICDS into state semifinal  STLtoday.com

HANNIBAL • Graham Bundy Jr. usually likes to pig out on Thanksgiving.



Rising tide of heroin use brings tragedy  STLtoday.com

Pam Jones didn't know why she had suddenly awoken. It was just a feeling; something was wrong.



For Clay and Shane Van Diest, Hall of Fame coach was simply 'Dad'  Montana Sports

ST. LOUIS, Mo. and DE PERE, Wis. – Each Saturday night, Shane Van Diest finds himself waiting for a phone call. It doesn't always come at the exact same time ...



Ladue's defense gets mad, dominates Parkway North  STLtoday.com

KIRKWOOD • Moses Okpala was mad, and he wasn't alone.



After enrollment dip, Lindenwood leaders say the university has a plan to rebound  STLtoday.com

Some supporters feared a recent building sale was a sign of tough times, but Lindenwood leaders aren't sweating it.



Video brings day to life  STLtoday.com

The world of selfies and drones has become a staple in wedding videography, according to Jeff Hill, owner of Westview Media. “The selfie cam video is among ...



Michael Gerson: Evangelicals falsely believe they have found a champion in Trump  STLtoday.com

By all indications, the reluctant support by white evangelicals for Donald Trump against Hillary Clinton in 2016 has solidified into something like devotion.



Molinari leads by two as Masters schedules early start time for Sunday  STLtoday.com

AUGUSTA, Ga. • Record scores on the white boards at Augusta National. Ground-shaking roars for Tiger Woods along the back nine.



St. Clair County deputies will be riding MetroLink trains on the Missouri side – eventually  STLtoday.com

The Illinois officers still need certification as police officers in Missouri to have full arrest powers.



Despite improved overall play, Blues' power play continues to struggle  STLtoday.com

FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. • As the NHL season approaches its stretch run, Blues interim coach Craig Berube said 5-on-5 play and a strong penalty-killing unit ...



Lindenwood Open brings elite college wrestling to the area  STLtoday.com

The NCAA wrestling championships are not scheduled to return to St. Louis until March 2021. But area fans looking to get their fix of top-level grappling will have ...



High School Football | stltoday.com  STLtoday.com

Coverage of St. Louis area high school football from stlhighschoolsports.com.



Could the Fed's stunning about-face mean a cut in interest rates?  STLtoday.com

NEW YORK • The Federal Reserve's stunning about-face on rate increases along with weak economic data has left a key part of the U.S. Treasury yield curve ...



Missing south St. Louis County man has been found, police say  STLtoday.com

ST. LOUIS COUNTY • A man who was the subject of an endangered person advisory was found safe Friday. The man, 57, has dementia, police said. He left his ...



Orchard Farm: William Runion  STLtoday.com

Academic rank • 1 of 500. Sports • Cross country, track and field. Academic bio • National Merit Finalist; St. Charles County Outstanding STEM Student; Missouri ...



Trail runner survives attack by mountain lion  STLtoday.com

When a young mountain lion clamped its jaws onto Travis Kauffman's wrist and clawed at his face, he screamed a "barbarian yell," jammed his foot onto the ...



Abby and Tony's time of their lives  STLtoday.com

The bride laughs about making it hard – or perhaps easy – for her new husband to remember big holidays. Abigail Schaffrin and Anthony Baker II were married ...



IS A LOCKER ROOM RIFT POSSIBLE?  STLtoday.com

QUESTION: Do you think if the Blues lose a few more games, the rift in the locker room will return? That is, Pietrangelo's friends vs. Steen's friends?



Estes, Kinzel score to lift De Smet past Kirkwood  STLtoday.com

MANCHESTER • De Smet forwards Jack Estes and Daniel Kinzel only needed a simple nod of the head to get on the same page.



Area colleges: Lindenwood will move from MIAA to GLVC in 2019  STLtoday.com

One of the nation's premier NCAA Division II athletic conferences, the Great Lakes Valley Conference, just got a little stronger.



Read the chat about Metro buses and MetroLink  STLtoday.com

Ask Metro Transit about bus and train schedules, new technology, fares and more in our monthly chat with the Metro experts. Join them on Wednesday, April 3, ...



Early deficit too much to overcome for Bayless in sectional loss  STLtoday.com

MEHLVILLE • Giving up the first goal in an elimination game is undesirable. For Bayless, allowing it just before halftime proved too much to handle.



Tipsheet: Cardinals yawn while Boras hypes Harper  STLtoday.com

Once again agent Scott Boras is trying to cast a spell on MLB owners, this time regarding free agent Bryce Harper. The Cardinals refuse to fall for it.



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