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A new superintendent, a possible shutdown and New Zealand fires

A new superintendent, a possible shutdown and New Zealand fires

Ethan Fine, editor-in-chief

February 7, 2019

Local Know: Rockwood School District announced a new superintendent, Feb. 7. Inform: Mark Miles will take over after Eric Knost retires, Monday, July 1. Knost announced his retirement, Oct. 11, 2018. Miles is currently the superintendent of the Indian Hill Exempted Village School Di...

Glory of Missouri, border troops and a base in Iraq

Glory of Missouri, border troops and a base in Iraq

Ethan Fine, editor-in-chief

February 4, 2019

Local Know: Fourteen EHS students will be recognized at the Glory of Missouri awards ceremony, Monday, February 25. Inform: The awards recognize students that have displayed one of the 14 virtues engraved in the House Chamber. The following are those from EHS that are being recognized: ...

Merger plans, the end of the shutdown and Afghan peace

Merger plans, the end of the shutdown and Afghan peace

Ethan Fine, editor-in-chief

January 28, 2019

Local Know: Better Together unveiled their plans for uniting St. Louis City and county, Jan. 28. Inform: During a press conference, St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson and St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger supported the unification of the city and county. Better Together STL is looking for a ...

A snowstorm, the longest government shutdown and withdrawing troops from Syria

A snowstorm, the longest government shutdown and withdrawing troops from Syria

Ethan Fine, editor-in-chief

January 14, 2019

Local Know: Over 10 inches of snow fell amongst the St. Louis area, Jan. 11. Inform: Snowfalls ranged from eight to 12 inches of snow across Missouri. The snow began, Jan. 11, prompting RSD to call a half-day. The weather continued through Saturday morning as temperatures stayed below freezing. While street crews rushe...

A city-county merger, the 116th Congress and China trade talks

A city-county merger, the 116th Congress and China trade talks

Ethan Fine, editor-in-chief

January 7, 2019

Local Know: A group of five businesspeople are aiming to place an initiative on the 2020 ballot that would merge St. Louis city and county.  Inform: Better Together STL is looking for a vote to reverse the “Great Divorce” of 1876 when the city and county separated from each other. Now, St. L...

Soccer bid search, a dead immigrant and North Korean nukes

Soccer bid search, a dead immigrant and North Korean nukes

Ethan Fine, editor-in-chief

December 17, 2018

Local Know: Major League Soccer team owners met to discuss the future of two expansion teams, one of which being St. Louis, Dec. 13. Inform: St. Louis found itself on the ballot for a MLS team, Oct. 9. The Taylor family of Enterprise and the Kavanaugh family of World Wide Technology have annou...

A political investigation, departing chief of staff and the Brexit vote

A political investigation, departing chief of staff and the Brexit vote

Ethan Fine, editor-in-chief

December 10, 2018

Local Know: Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft (R) launched an investigation into current Missouri Attorney General and U.S. Senator-elect Josh Hawley (R), Dec. 6. Inform: Ashcroft’s investigation comes one month after the left-leaning American Democratic Legal Fund wrote to Ashcroft, N...

A new commissioner, a resolution for Yemen and suspended tariffs

A new commissioner, a resolution for Yemen and suspended tariffs

Ethan Fine, editor-in-chief

December 3, 2018

Local Know: The Missouri school board rehired Margie Vandeven as the board’s commissioner, Nov. 20. Inform: The school board removed Vandeven from her position as commissioner in December 2017. Former governor Eric Greitens, who resigned in the midst of multiple allegations against him, a...

A local shooting, closed border and genetic modifications

A local shooting, closed border and genetic modifications

Ethan Fine, editor-in-chief

November 26, 2018

Local Know: Thomas Bruce allegedly sexually abused three and murdered one woman at a Catholic Supply store, Nov. 19. Inform: Bruce, 53, allegedly entered the store in Ballwin around 3:19 p.m. He sexually abused three women at gunpoint before killing Jamie Schmidt, a customer at the store. After his rampage, Bruce left the scene, launching a manhunt for the armed gunman on the loose. Police arrested Bruce two days later, charging him wit...

A suspended teacher, stopping Juul sales and an Ebola outbreak

A suspended teacher, stopping Juul sales and an Ebola outbreak

Ethan Fine, Emi Myers, and Journalism Writing & Reporting

November 19, 2018

Local Know: Poplar Bluff School District suspended a teacher after one of the teacher’s students wore a Ku Klux Klan outfit in class, Nov. 12.   Inform: A student in a 9th grade history class giving a report over the 15th Amendment dressed as a KKK member, Nov. 9. Students often wear costumes...

Election results, a bar shooting and a continuing caravan

Election results, a bar shooting and a continuing caravan

Ethan Fine, editor-in-chief

November 12, 2018

Local Know: Fifty-three percent of eligible voters in Missouri went to the polls, Nov. 6. Inform: Josh Hawley (R) won the Missouri seat up for election in the U.S. Senate, Nov. 6. Hawley, the current Attorney General of Missouri, beat his opponent Claire McCaskill (D) with 51.5 percent of t...

Medical marijuana, a Florida shooting and Iran sanctions

Medical marijuana, a Florida shooting and Iran sanctions

Ethan Fine, editor-in-chief

November 5, 2018

Local Know: Missouri has three medical marijuana-related bills on the Tuesday, Nov. 6 ballot. Inform: Missouri Amendment 2, Missouri Amendment 3 and Missouri Proposition C all would legalize medical marijuana in Missouri. Missouri Amendment 2, the Medical Marijuana and Veteran Healthcare Services Initiative, legalizes ...

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