Taking Dardenne Prairie into the future

JCPenney Town Square in Dardenne Prairie

As part of the business participants’ input, Alicia Alves, general manager of JCPenney in Town Square, said, “I know many people are worried and have asked about our store. I have good news: Our Town Square store is not closing. We have no plans to go anywhere. Our store is doing quite well.”

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Application open for summer CYCLE program

Cuivre River Electric Cooperative is looking for six high school sophomores to send to the Missouri Electric Cooperative CYCLE [Cooperative Youth Conference and Leadership Experience] program in summer of 2019.

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Local schools rank in math tournament

In partnership with MathLeague.org, St. Charles Community College hosted the 22nd annual area high school math tournament on Saturday, March 2. The event brought 12 area high schools and 50 students to SCC’s campus and was open to any student in grades nine through 12.

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Francis Howell schools recognized for PLTW

The Francis Howell School District also announced that Francis Howell High, Francis Howell Central High and Francis Howell North High have all been named Project Lead The Way [PLTW] Distinguished Schools for 2018-2019. The three Francis Howell School District schools are among 12 other high schools in Missouri to receive the distinction for 2018-2019.

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Fort Zumwalt schools named to PLTW list

Fort Zumwalt’s East High and West High have both been recognized as Project Lead The Way [PLTW] Distinguished Schools. Project Lead the Way is a national curriculum at all Fort Zumwalt high schools that offers students hands-on learning in biomedical science, engineering and computer science.

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Setting safe weight loss goals for optimal health

While shedding unwanted pounds is hard at any age, it can be especially challenging for seniors. However, losing weight and keeping it off can be done safely and successfully at older ages. The key is setting sensible goals and working toward them slowly and steadily.

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