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Alleviating the Pressure Cooker in Ferguson: Free Transcendental Meditation Workshop To Be Held December 2 in Ferguson, Missouri

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Alleviating the Pressure Cooker in Ferguson: Free Transcendental Meditation Workshop To Be Held December 2 in Ferguson, Missouri

Community Invited to learn ways to experience inner peace during this stressful time.

Submitted By TM Brentwood | November 21, 2014 | 01:22 PM CST

Taylor Pensoneau, Former Post-Dispatch Editor & Coal Industry Executive, Reports On Life

   Taylor Pensoneau emerged from the Normal Rockwell town of his St. Louis area youth to become a respected reporter and Illinois state editor at the Post-Dispatch, then a coal industry executive and now a well-known author.

Submitted By RonOConnor | November 22, 2014 | 08:32 AM CST

Missouri Athletic Club Honors Veterans

   All who served and are serving in America's military are honored at the Missouri Athletic Club annual Veterans Day event. This year, two vets were recognized with special awards.

   The Veteran of the Year Award

Submitted By RonOConnor | November 22, 2014 | 08:09 AM CST

Webster Groves Subaru Selects Webster Community Arts Foundation as “Share the Love” Local Charity

Webster Groves Subaru Selects Webster Community Arts Foundation as “Share the Love” Local Charity

Subaru will donate $250 for every sale or lease from Webster Groves Subaru during

annual end-of-year event

Submitted By lsihilling | November 21, 2014 | 11:16 AM CST

Area Schools Can Apply Now for Grants to Obtain Advanced Technology, Create Innovative Learning Spaces for Students

Area Schools Can Apply Now for Grants to Obtain Advanced Technology, Create Innovative Learning Spaces for Students Grants average $51,000; $1.5 million in technology already awarded to schools

St. Louis, Mo. -- The Innovative Technology

Submitted By hmlt | November 21, 2014 | 11:14 AM CST

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