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Candid Christmas

We asked and our readers answered with some of their favorite images of holidays past and present.

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Holidays Past: Send us your Kodak moments

Submit your holiday photos for a chance for them to appear in an upcoming issue of Mid Rivers Newsmagazine! We have several categories that the photos can be submitted to: Vintage toys, Ornaments of childhoods past, Santa makes me sad, and pets in holiday attire.

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Canines take center stage at West County’s own Museum of The Dog

Each Thanksgiving, thousands leave the dinner table and head to the TV to watch champions compete – not on the gridiron but in the show ring. These champions are four-legged athletes vying for Best of Show honors at The National Dog Show. Locally, the event will be closely followed by Stephen George, executive director of the AKC Museum of The ...

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Pet Corner: New in the neighborhood

New in the neighborhood A grand opening celebration was held on Nov. 8 for the newest Casey Ray’s STL Dog Trainers location, 16528 Manchester Road in Wildwood Crossing. A graduate of the National K-9 School for Dog Trainers, Casey Ray has been training dogs in the St. Louis metro area for more than 10 years using his “Balanced Training” philosophy, ...

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Chesterfield, West County malls open Thanksgiving night

Five St. Louis area shopping centers – Chesterfield Mall, Mid Rivers Mall, St. Clair Square, South County Center and West County Center – will open their doors at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving, Nov. 27. Select department stores including Macy’s and Sears, as well as some specialty stores will be open at 6 p.m.; JCPenney opens at 5 p.m. Additional stores ...

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Caring and Sharing: No Hunger Holiday

More than a few homes don't get the Thanksgiving celebration others are so fortunate to enjoy. But the volunteers of No Hunger Holiday are out to change that – and they're asking the community to help. The organization's annual "turkey drive" takes place Thursday, Nov. 20 to Monday, Nov. 24.

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Health Capsules: Walking at work

Walking at work Besides providing the physical benefits one might expect, working at a walking workstation can give mental health a boost, too. Faculty and students in the School of Science at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) recently evaluated 180 people who were working on computers either while seated, standing, cycling or walking. Researchers looked at workers’ levels of boredom, ...

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