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Missouri gave its 10 electoral votes to President Donald J. Trump on Tuesday. Republicans also had a good night on Nov. 3 elsewhere around the state. The GOP swept all statewide offices and gave Gov. Mike Parson a full four-year term.

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The Kirkwood Parks and Recreation Department was faced with a unique challenge after the cancellation of the annual Easter egg hunt in the spring due to COVID-19: What to do with all those plastic eggs?

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Missouri gave its 10 electoral votes to President Donald J. Trump on Tuesday. Republicans also had a good night on Nov. 3 elsewhere around the state. The GOP swept all statewide offices and gave Gov. Mike Parson a full four-year term.

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The Kirkwood Parks and Recreation Department was faced with a unique challenge after the cancellation of the annual Easter egg hunt in the spring due to COVID-19: What to do with all those plastic eggs?

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Hudson Elementary School teacher Denise Foley’s second grade classroom looks very different this year. Students must sign a clipboard when they use the bathroom to facilitate contact tracing. Books rented from the classroom library are quarantined for several days before returning to circula…

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Saturday, Oct. 10, was a big day for  Great Rivers Greenway. In Kirkwood, a “2020 Life Outside Challenge” was underway. About 10 miles to the south and east on the trail network, a grand opening for a bridge at Bayless Avenue was celebrated.

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As officials in the Webster Groves and Kirkwood school districts explore the possibility of returning to in-person learning, the school year is well underway — virtually.

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The garden at 141 Tulip Drive in Webster Groves, just a hop south from Freddie’s Market on the northeast corner of Tulip and Rock Hill, has been named “Garden of the Month” for September by the Webster Groves Women’s Garden Association. But this garden is more than a usual selection — it heals. 

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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…