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A governor’s indictment, student walkouts and a suicide bombing

A governor’s indictment, student walkouts and a suicide bombing

Ethan Fine, editor-in-chief

April 23, 2018


Filed under Know/inform/care, News, Top Stories

Local  Know: Missouri Governor Eric Greitens has been charged with a second felony, April 20. Inform: Allegations arose of Greitens photographing a woman in various states of undress and using them as blackmail in January. Greitens admitted to having an extramarital affair with his hair...

Student recognition, an exposing autobiography and Syrian airstrikes

Student recognition, an exposing autobiography and Syrian airstrikes

Ethan Fine, editor-in-chief

April 16, 2018


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Local Know: Eureka students continue to be recognized and honored for their academics and athletics. Inform: The St. Louis Post Dispatch named Adam Fuqua (12) as their Scholar Athlete. Fuqua plays both baseball and football for EHS. His other honors include… Football both the 20...

A house fire, Facebook breach and a chemical attack

A house fire, Facebook breach and a chemical attack

Sarah Myers, reporter

April 9, 2018


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Local Know: A five-room home in Webster Groves near Deer Creek and Brentwood Park caught fire and exploded, April 8. Inform: Late last night neighbors reported the explosion, and 43 firefighters rushed to the rental property. While the house was on fire, the property owner and family of five that lives in the home were ...

Military signing, DACA changes and riots in Palestine

Military signing, DACA changes and riots in Palestine

Ethan Fine

April 2, 2018


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Local Know: EHS will be hosting its first military signing, April 9. Inform: From 8:45 to 9:30 a.m. in Gym A, eight students will commit to the military. Nick Cunningham (12) will go into the Army National Guard after attending Missouri State University’s ROTC program. Molly Kerr and ...

March for Our Lives, a spending bill and orange snow

March for Our Lives, a spending bill and orange snow

Ethan Fine, editor-in-chief

March 26, 2018


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Local Know: More than 10,000 protesters took to the streets in downtown St. Louis for the March for Our Lives rally, March 24. Inform: Over 800 rallies took place worldwide with St. Louis being one of them. Each of the 50 states had at least one rally. Student organizers planned local marches around the world to stand up to the freq...

Student walkout, a collapsed bridge and the Russian election

Student walkout, a collapsed bridge and the Russian election

Ethan Fine and Sarah Myers

March 19, 2018


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Local Know: Students from at least two dozen schools throughout the St. Louis area participated in a national day of protest, March 14. Inform: The walkouts came exactly one month after a gunman killed 17 people at Stoneman Douglas High School, Feb. 14. Student organizers planned the national school walkout, March ...

Student success, a deadly storm and Korean peace talks

Student success, a deadly storm and Korean peace talks

Ethan Fine, editor-in-chief

March 5, 2018


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Updated with EHS Orchestra students who qualified for State and Eurekana Yearbook accomplishments, March 6 and EHS Choir contest results, March 7. Local Know: EHS students have taken their passions to new heights. Inform: EHS Concert Band, Symphonic Winds and Symphonic Band all earned a gold rating at the State Band ...

Governor indictment, Spring Training and China abolishing presidential term limits

Governor indictment, Spring Training and China abolishing presidential term limits

Sarah Myers and Ethan Fine

February 26, 2018


Filed under Know/inform/care, News, Top Stories, Uncategorized

Local Know: Governor Eric Greitens (R) was indicted on a count of felony invasion, Feb. 22. Inform: The Missouri Governor initially came under fire after recordings were published, Jan. 10, of a woman claiming to have had an extramarital affair with him in March 2015. KMOV obtained t...

Diaper drive, Grand Canyon helicopter crash and Olympics update

Diaper drive, Grand Canyon helicopter crash and Olympics update

Sarah Myers, reporter

February 12, 2018


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Local Know: Child Development classes started a Diaper Drive, Feb. 1. The drive will continue until Feb. 28. Inform: When students in Child Development classes wanted to give back to the community, they decided to host a Diaper Drive. The drive is open to the whole school, and teachers Dian...

Crumbling bridge, State of the Union Address and Winter Olympics

Crumbling bridge, State of the Union Address and Winter Olympics

Ethan Fine and Jessica Token

February 5, 2018


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Local Know: The Allenton bridge south of I-44 is eroding according to residents. Inform: Residents say that the 90-year old bridge in Eureka has been crumbling. One thousand cars on average pass over the bridge each day, including residents of the 400 homes across the bridge. A 2015 inspection dee...

Sexual misconduct, school shooting in Kentucky and Afghanistan suicide bombing

Sexual misconduct, school shooting in Kentucky and Afghanistan suicide bombing

Sarah Myers, reporter

January 29, 2018


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Local Know: Nelly, St. Louis native and rapper, filed countersuit after being sued for sexual assault, Jan. 27. Inform: Monique Greene sued Nelly for raping her during a tour stop in Washington state, October 2017. Two additional women accused Nelly of sexual assault as well after Greene filed the s...

Car crash, government shutdown and Women’s March

Car crash, government shutdown and Women’s March

Sarah Myers, reporter

January 22, 2018


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Local Know: A woman drove off the road and hit five teenage boys, Jan. 21. Inform: The 57 year-old woman driving a Kia Sedan on North Hanley Road and Nola Avenue at 2:45 p.m. drove into five teenage boys as they were walking next to the road. The boys ranged from age nine to 13. All five bo...