I want to propose a plan most people could agree upon, namely the planting of trees. Recent studies assert that planting a trillion trees worldwide would eliminate the projected growth in carbon dioxide without turning our economy on its head like a fossil fuel ban would do.

Are some Kirkwood residents living in la-la land or what? After several years of Kirkwood’s sanitation service operating on a schedule of pickup on a one day delay because of a holiday, you would think people would get the message! 

I would like to sincerely thank the unknown persons who assisted my father when he recently fell outside of the Webster Groves Library. I truly appreciate them calling 911 and staying with my father until he was transported by ambulance to St. Mary’s Hospital. 

I would like to give a huge “thank you” to the wonderful person who took the time to return my missing package on Jan 15! The post office delivered it to an incorrect address, and I assumed it was lost for good. I was pleasantly surprised to find that an honest and caring individual went out…

I live on Selma Avenue in Webster Groves. For the past several months (nearly six months since our previous mail carrier retired), we have had endless problems with our mail delivery. This has repeatedly affected our neighbors on Selma Avenue and Selma Court. We frequently get no mail on som…

The Kirkwood School District board’s Jan. 6 vote to advance the so called Green Option to the April ballot  illustrates a needlessly reckless direction for the Kirkwood community. If you are unaware, this option claims to address an increase in student enrollment over the next approximately …

In 2012, our family joined the steady stream of parents relocating to Kirkwood just in time for a child to begin kindergarten. At that time, Keysor had 457 learners. This year, there are 557 — all sharing the same outdoor classroom, cafeteria, library and special spaces.