Farmington High School senior Taylor Johnson recently signed a National Letter of Intent to play softball at Mineral Area College, where she plans to pursue a career as a Dental Hygienist. Johnson helped the Knights capture a share of the MAAA regular season title in 2016. Also seated are her parents Larry and Erica Furry, and sister Charley Johnson. Standing from left to right are Mineral Area softball coach Dave Guemmer, grandparents Don and Cindy Roussin, pitching coach Drew Wheatley, Rage select team coach Mark Politte and uncle Luke Roussin.
Taylor Gadbois was never one for self-promotion or reveling in personal accolades, but the best athlete to come out of Maryville High School never needed that because whenever somebody saw her take the field or the court, the skills were obvious.
Patient and volunteer registration is open for the next free dental care clinic for kids hosted by the Give Kids A Smile organization, which will be held Friday, February 9, and Saturday, February 10, at Saint Louis University’s Center for Advanced Dental Education.
The Killers came to slay and that's what the Las Vegas rock band did during its stellar sold-out concert Friday night at Chaifetz Arena.
Room and board is also going up, the university says.
CNN reported Friday night that two "unnamed U.S. officials" had confirmed with the network that they had recently "opened an inquiry" into Greitens, a Republican.
My first reaction to Trump’s comments about Africa and Haiti, as an African immigrant to the United States and U.S. citizen, was Africa is not a “shithole.” Haiti is not a shithole. It’s not because we live in a shithole that we come to America. And for that to come out of the president, it’s just heartbreaking.
A year ago Saturday, Donald Trump became the 45th president and instantly set the nation on a course of chaos and discord. No one should be surprised at the trail of social destruction Trump has blazed. That’s what his 2016 campaign was all about.
AMHERST, Mass. -- Eight scholarship players, including one who presumably has been suspended, are in uniform today as St. Louis University warms up for a game against Massachusetts at 1 p.m.
The Webster Groves community raised more than $34,800 to bring Raynard Nebbitt home just in time for the holidays.
Seymour Tigers will play Galena at 2 p.m. today for 7th place in the Spokane Tournament.
Betty Jean Bechtold and William Baker have died.
Warning: If you are someone who is handy, this article may make you feel inferior.
The family will have a private burial service on Monday, Jan. 22, 2018. A memorial service will be held later this spring at First Presbyterian Church.
Missourian basketball beat writers Alec Lewis and Will Jarvis discuss the Tennessee win, preview Saturday's game against Texas A&M and delve into the Sports Illustrated story written by S.L. Price on Cuonzo Martin and Missouri.
Was this Toyota Motor Credit?
Police said there were no signs of forced entry into the secure door to the apartment building in the 7400 block of Gravois Avenue where the victims, who lived together there, were found.
New book selects work between 1970 and 2016.
Whatever happened to income inequality? But with Donald Trump in the White House and Republicans controlling Congress, you don’t hear much about this any more. Congress certainly didn't consider it while passing a tax-cut bill.
Michael Shermer has written a number of books about science, rationalism, pseudoscience, superstitions, Darwin and evolution. The publisher lists “Heavens on Earth” under the category of science, and indeed, Shermer takes a skeptical view of human life after death.
Mary Ann Ruggeri and Bill Schmedeke were married Oct. 28, 1967, in St. Louis. Their love story began at O'Fallon Technical High School. Now retired, Mr. Schmedeke was a machinist at Anheuser-Busch while his wife raised their two daughters, Stacy and Dana. The couple currently lives in Imperial and are smitten with their granddaughters, Jessica and Logan. They celebrated their milestone anniversary with family and friends at Pietro's Restaurant.
Jim Bartels and Megan Hux were married Oct. 27, 2004, in St. Louis. Mr. Bartels operates his carpet and air duct cleaning business, Aim Carpet and Air Duct Cleaning, while taking care of his family. Their family with Landon, 12, Haylee, 9, and Joshua, 7, – is expected to increase to four children in January 2018. They live in Fenton.
Following up on the glowing reviews from last year’s shindig, the P-D will bring forth some of the names you follow in the newspaper for the contest.
Mozeliak's view: 'If we were looking for playing time for Grichuk, it just didn’t seem like it was going to be a great fit. Ultimately, we decided that if we could move him, would we be able to acquire an arm that we felt could make a difference in our bullpen?'
You have seen the last Cardinals home run leap off the bat of Randal Grichuk with mind-boggling exit velocity. He moved on to the Toronto Blue Jays for two pitchers Friday afternoon.
Attorney Scott Rosenblum said that his clients, whom he declined to identify, have been suspended for 18 months to two years. The fourth player, whom he does not represent, was expelled, Rosenblum said.
Junior guard absorbs criticism for her playing style while leading Tigers to unreached heights.
Missouri youth, archery, and firearms turkey hunters can apply online for 2018 spring turkey managed hunts Feb. 1 - 28 through the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) website at mdc.mo.gov/springturkeyhunts. Managed hunt details and application procedures are outlined on the webpage. Drawing results will be posted starting March 12.