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Since the age of 4, DemBari Taneh has been dancing. Copying what he saw in hip hop films, the Kirkwood High School student would attend parties with his mother and show off his moves to other attendees. The older he got, the better a dancer he became, and earlier this month, Taneh was able t…

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We at the Webster-Kirkwood Times are grateful for the community support shown in recent months. The contributors named below have either contributed via an annual contribution envelope placed in home-delivered newspapers in March or by contributions via PayPal and other means since that time…

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Barb Ehnes of Kirkwood is using her mask to spread an important message: VOTE! Tuesday, Aug. 4, is Election Day in St. Louis County. For those voting in person today, remember to wear a mask to your local polling place. Masks are mandatory at most polling places./photo submitted by Barb Ehnes

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Webster Groves High School student Gabriella Ramirez, 16, and her mother, Deanna Ramirez, decided to walk every single street in Webster Groves given the extra time they had in light of the pandemic. They were also interested in seeing the architectural diversity of the homes in Webster Grov…

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Steve Logue, the father of a special needs son named Casey, wants you to know a kid with an extra chromosome can bring a family lots of happiness. Down syndrome can actually be “a real upper” for a family.

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Barb Ehnes of Kirkwood is using her mask to spread an important message: VOTE! Tuesday, Aug. 4, is Election Day in St. Louis County. For those voting in person today, remember to wear a mask to your local polling place. Masks are mandatory at most polling places./photo submitted by Barb Ehnes

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Webster Groves High School student Gabriella Ramirez, 16, and her mother, Deanna Ramirez, decided to walk every single street in Webster Groves given the extra time they had in light of the pandemic. They were also interested in seeing the architectural diversity of the homes in Webster Grov…

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Steve Logue, the father of a special needs son named Casey, wants you to know a kid with an extra chromosome can bring a family lots of happiness. Down syndrome can actually be “a real upper” for a family.

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Webster-Kirkwood Times reader Kelly Patrick captured this photo of the beautiful double rainbow that appeared above the Webster Groves Frisco Train Station on Big Bend Boulevard after the rain Thursday evening (May 28). Thank you so much for sharing, Kelly!

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People are sheltering in place during the 2020 pandemic for good reason, but on May 23 it might be nice to come out of your shell to celebrate World Turtle Day. It’s the 20th anniversary of this annual event that was founded by American Tortoise Rescue.

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Long before there was Captain 11 commanding a cartoon showboat on St. Louis television in the 1960’s, a real steamboat captain named Richard J. Lockwood lived in St. Louis. He had a summer home in Webster Groves and came to St. Louis before the Civil War.

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Though COVID-19 has affected the landscape of nearly all American businesses, arguably no industry has been harder hit than that of hospitality. Food service establishments in particular are struggling to stay afloat in an environment where it’s not only unadvisable, but also illegal, to lea…

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The Missouri Department of Conservation announced that Peanut the Turtle is back at Powder Valley Nature Center in Kirkwood after undergoing a recent surgery at the Saint Louis Zoo. The procedure was performed by the Zoo’s assistant director of animal health, Dr. Chris Hanley, and veterinary…