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Dr. Eric W. Rothenbuhler comes to Webster from Ohio University, where he served as associate dean of the Scripps College of Communication.
The governor signed another bill to extend and expand a program allowing tax credits for residential youth treatment agencies, like Epworth Children and Family Services in Webster Groves.
Schools, Volunteers in the News
Cari Hill, whose father is serving a 20-year sentence for sexually abusing her, is one of the first recipients to receive a scholarship from Ava's Grace Scholarship Foundation.
Cari Hill, a recent graduate of Webster Groves High School, is trying to help others who have suffered from sexual abuse by telling her story on YouTube.
Here's a video from the district led by Rob Steuber, construction manager. Mark your calendars to attend the grand opening of the new wing Aug. 19 from 2 to 4 p.m!
Thirty-four graduates in the center's pre-school program received their diplomas recently.
In the third phase of the plan, Eden would either lease or sell about 7.5 acres of land at the corner of Lockwood and Bompart. That has neighbors who live next to the area worried.
Seminary officials presented the institution's master plan in hopes of gaining approval of two conditional use permits. However, the discussion brought about more questions than answers.
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