• Rivera Travels 5 States to Improve PB’s

    Rivera Travels 5 States to Improve PB’s

    BHS junior medals in national meets, No. 6 in U.S. in javelin By Steve Bowman Editor, The Brentwood Spirit For most 15-year-olds, summertime means sleeping in, hanging out, mowing the lawn and taking a family vacation. Not for Sophia Rivera. Over the past six weeks she has been to New Mexico, North Carolina, California, Indiana and Oregon. And in August...

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  • Football Camp This Week for Grades 5-8

    Football Camp This Week for Grades 5-8

    Students in grades five through eight who want to play football this fall are invited to attend the Brentwood Junior Eagles Mini-Camp from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday this week, July 23-25, at Norm West Park. Participants do not have to be Brentwood residents or attend Brentwood schools. A parent or guardian of each student must [...]

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  • Fundraiser Survives 2 Storms, Tornado

    Fundraiser Survives 2 Storms, Tornado

    Police officer, firefighter present BBQ proceeds to Backstoppers By Steve Bowman Editor, The Brentwood Spirit Despite what Brentwood Police Chief Dan Fitzgerald described as “awful” weather, local police officers and firefighters raised more than $3,200 at a barbecue on June 7 to benefit a St. Louis charity. They presented the donation to the Backstoppers at the Brentwood Board of Aldermen...

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  • Crime Report: Burglary on Southcote Drive

    Crime Report: Burglary on Southcote Drive

    The Brentwood Police Department reported that the following incidents took place from February 1 to July 20, 2014: Thursday, July 17 A burglary was reported at a residence on Southcote Drive. Electronic items were stolen. Monday, July 14 A burglary was reported in the 1600 block of Hanley Road at 1:48 a.m. Nothing was taken. A computer was reportedly stolen...

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  • Couple Launches Seed Biz from Back Yard

    Couple Launches Seed Biz from Back Yard

    Adlers sell heirloom seeds while tending sustainable garden By Linda Briggs-Harty Contributing Writer From the front, Angela and Marc Adler’s home on Melvin Avenue in Brentwood says city − a brick bungalow flanked by a small lawn, tree at the center and a few garden beds on either side. But walking through the back gate, the Adler home says country [...]

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  • Football Team Reloading at July Camp

    Football Team Reloading at July Camp

    Turnout slightly low as players prepare for 2014 schedule By Steve Bowman Editor, The Brentwood Spirit “Let’s go, 39 days to kickoff!” Keith Herring shouted on Monday at the Brentwood High School football team’s first mid-summer practice. He was referring to the Eagles’ season opener on Aug. 22 against Crystal City. They’re preparing for it in three stages. In June...

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  • Gators Take 6th but Most Times Improve

    Gators Take 6th but Most Times Improve

    Improving trumps winning for first year in tougher conference By Steve Bowman Editor, The Brentwood Spirit For the first time in three years, the Brentwood Gators swim team didn’t get to throw coach Sean Dooley into the pool at the end of the summer season. But this year he’s cool with that. Pushing the coach into the pool had become...

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  • Rivera Travels 5 States to Improve PB’s

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    BHS junior medals in national meets, No. 6 in U.S. in javelin By Steve Bowman Editor, The Brentwood Spirit For most 15-year-olds, summertime means sleeping in, hanging out, mowing the lawn and taking a family vacation. Not for Sophia Rivera. Over the past six weeks she has been to New Mexico, North Carolina, California, Indiana and Oregon. And in August...

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  • Football Camp This Week for Grades 5-8

    Football Camp This Week for Grades 5-8

    Students in grades five through eight who want to play football this fall are invited to attend the Brentwood Junior Eagles Mini-Camp from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday this week, July 23-25, at Norm West Park. Participants do not have to be Brentwood residents or attend Brentwood schools. A parent or guardian of each student must [...]

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  • Fundraiser Survives 2 Storms, Tornado

    Fundraiser Survives 2 Storms, Tornado

    Police officer, firefighter present BBQ proceeds to Backstoppers By Steve Bowman Editor, The Brentwood Spirit Despite what Brentwood Police Chief Dan Fitzgerald described as “awful” weather, local police officers and firefighters raised more than $3,200 at a barbecue on June 7 to benefit a St. Louis charity. They presented the donation to the Backstoppers at the Brentwood Board of Aldermen...

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  • Crime Report: Burglary on Southcote Drive

    Crime Report: Burglary on Southcote Drive

    The Brentwood Police Department reported that the following incidents took place from February 1 to July 20, 2014: Thursday, July 17 A burglary was reported at a residence on Southcote Drive. Electronic items were stolen. Monday, July 14 A burglary was reported in the 1600 block of Hanley Road at 1:48 a.m. Nothing was taken. A computer was reportedly stolen...

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  • Couple Launches Seed Biz from Back Yard

    Couple Launches Seed Biz from Back Yard

    Adlers sell heirloom seeds while tending sustainable garden By Linda Briggs-Harty Contributing Writer From the front, Angela and Marc Adler’s home on Melvin Avenue in Brentwood says city − a brick bungalow flanked by a small lawn, tree at the center and a few garden beds on either side. But walking through the back gate, the Adler home says country [...]

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  • Football Team Reloading at July Camp

    Football Team Reloading at July Camp

    Turnout slightly low as players prepare for 2014 schedule By Steve Bowman Editor, The Brentwood Spirit “Let’s go, 39 days to kickoff!” Keith Herring shouted on Monday at the Brentwood High School football team’s first mid-summer practice. He was referring to the Eagles’ season opener on Aug. 22 against Crystal City. They’re preparing for it in three stages. In June...

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  • Gators Take 6th but Most Times Improve

    Gators Take 6th but Most Times Improve

    Improving trumps winning for first year in tougher conference By Steve Bowman Editor, The Brentwood Spirit For the first time in three years, the Brentwood Gators swim team didn’t get to throw coach Sean Dooley into the pool at the end of the summer season. But this year he’s cool with that. Pushing the coach into the pool had become...

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  • ‘Wrong Crowd’ Rocks in Summer Concert

    ‘Wrong Crowd’ Rocks in Summer Concert

    Final concert in series will be on Aug. 8 Dozens of Brentwood residents attended the city’s second concert of the summer’s “Music On the Menu” series on Friday night at the west end of Brentwood Park. The Wrong Crowd Band played music and four food trucks were open for business in the adjacent parking lot. This is the first summer...

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  • Gators Still Looking For First Team Victory

    Gators Still Looking For First Team Victory

    Swimmers have one more dual meet before conference By Steve Bowman Editor, The Brentwood Spirit bowmansj@sbcglobal.net The Brentwood Gators swim team saw its record in dual meets drop to 0-4 on Monday with a loss to Castle Pines at the Brentwood Swim Club. Last week the Gators lost to Missouri Athletic Club at a meet in Town and Country. “We...

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  • Rock Hill News – Alderman Philip Scherry

    Rock Hill News – Alderman Philip Scherry

    The weather today and tomorrow seem to be a bit warm. Although I’m happy the temperature seems to drop quickly after only a few days. Well, it’s that time of month again. The Board of Alderman is meeting this Tuesday the 15th. There will be an executive session before the meeting at 6pm. Details at – http://www.rockhillmo.net/uploads/AgendasMinutes/NOTICE%20OF%20EXECUTIVE%20SESSION%20Before%20mtg%2007-15-14.pdf When the normal...

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