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Westminster Christian Academy and Maryville University are holding the tournament Friday and Saturday.
Two Parkway South students were recently recognized by the City of Manchester for receiving perfect ACT scores.
After cutting $8 million from the budget and eliminating 130 full-time jobs, KMOV reports that the Parkway School District gave its gave administrators and department heads raises. Watch KMOV's story here.
Monday, Town and Country aldermen could vote on a solar panel ordinance, the city's 2013 budget and a new building at Maryville University. View full agenda here.
Schools, Volunteers in the News
A gold medal Olympian and a player for the Rams helped the United Way kick off its new Education Express program, matching children with mentors and tutors.
Town and Country native Derrick Langeneckert is following his dream to open a brewery. The new craft brewery, Alpha Brewing Company, is set to be located on Washington Avenue.
The district has completed a pilot program that lets students use their own smart phones, tablets or laptops in class.
Board officials heard a report on the plan to conduct the searches twice a semester.
Westminster Christian Academy junior Shane Benes, son of former St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Andy Benes, commits to play baseball at Mizzou.
This preview takes a look at some of the item's the Parkway School Board will discuss at its 7 p.m. meeting.
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