Tuesday, March 5, 2013
George Goodman, who retired this year, filed a lawsuit Tuesday claiming that the institution's board of trustees is not following an agreement outlining his retirement benefits and pay for 2012.
The former president of Chesterfield-based Logan College of Chiropractic, George Goodman, has filed a lawsuit against an institution that he lead for nearly 20 years before retiring this year. (For instant news updates follow Patch on Facebook and Twitter.) According to a statement from Goodman's lawyer David Cosgrove, the legal action was taken today against several members of the institution's board of trustees for their failure to comply with a previous agreement outlining compensation for Goodman's retirement as well as his performance in 2012. The suit also states that the justification for negating what it said was a "long-standing" agreement centered around Goodman's download of emails and information, including work and personal …
Tuesday, January 22, 2013
A group of 80 students from the district's five high schools were among the crowd gathered on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., this morning.
Monday, January 14, 2013
Read the email the school sent to parents after Christian Brothers College High School President Mike England resigned this weekend citing personal reasons.
Christian Brothers College High School President Mike England resigned suddenly Sunday citing personal reasons, according to CBC Director of Communications Rob Staggenborg. (Read Related Story: CBC School President Resigns Suddenly Over The Weekend) Staggenborg said the following email was sent to parents Monday morning alerting them of the resignation. Timothy Schellhardt ’85, Chairman of the Board of Christian Brothers College High School (CBC) announced the resignation of its President, Mike England ’83 effective January 11, 2013. Schellhardt announced the resignation and praised England’s many contributions to the school and the CBC community by saying, “Mike England has been passionate in his representation of CBC and its Lasallian …
Christian Brothers College High School President Mike England resigned this weekend citing personal reasons, school staff confirms to Patch.
UPDATED: 1:10 p.m. Monday- After a reported 25 years with the school, Christian Brothers College High School President Mike England resigned suddenly Sunday citing personal reasons, according to CBC Director of Communications Rob Staggenborg. The school is located just off Highway 40 in Town and Country. "The faculty was notifed on Sunday that he resigned for personal reasons," Staggenborg tells Patch. "As far as I know, no one really knew about it until the announcement was made." Staggenborg said school staff cannot release much information on the resignation since it's a personnel issue, but tells Patch it was all very unexpected and parents were then notified by email Monday morning. (Read email here in related story: Email Sent to …
Thursday, November 8, 2012
It's a bit early, but Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon's name is being bandied about as part of a Democratic ticket in 2016.
- Joe Scott
Thursday, November 8, 2012
As Gov. Jay Nixon and Sen. Claire McCaskill led a blue resurgence in a red state in 2012, some started mixing mentions of the Missouri governor with the year 2016. St. Louis Post Dispatch columnist Bill McClellan may have been among the first to suggest a Democratic Nixon taking run at White House. But national media have since picked up on the fact that Nixon, a Democrat, has turned up the ability to appeal to Republicans as part of this year's re-election effort, as chronicled by the Huffington Post. “I think if Gov. Nixon were to run for president in 2016, he would use the Bill Clinton model from 1992 and run as a centrist or moderate,” said David Kimball, professor of political science at the University of Missouri–St. Louis. Others …
Monday, November 5, 2012
Find all your candidate and local proposition information here. Plus, tell us in this Patch poll why you are or are not voting in Tuesday's election.
Are you heading the polls to cast your vote in Tuesday's election? (Check your voter registration here. ) There is a lot a stake. In addition to electing our president for the next four years, St. Louis County voters are also picking a U.S. senator. At the state level, voters will pick a governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, attorney general, state treasurer, along with state senators, representatives and judges. A number of issues will also be voted on Tuesday, including Proposition S, which would approve an operating tax levy for the Special School District of St. Louis County, Proposition B which would significantly raise Missouri tobacco taxes and a St. Louis County Library tax levy for library improvements. (Click here …
Tuesday, July 10, 2012
Mr. Obama is the 44th President of the United States and is looking to get reelected in the 2012 elections.
Tuesday, July 10, 2012
Name : Mr. Barack Hussein Obama Age : 51 Place of residence : Chicago, IL Attended college : Yes College : Columbia University Degree : Bachelor's degree in Political Science Year of graduation : 1983 University : Harvard University Law school Area of research : Juris Doctorate Year of graduation : 1991 Job titles held : Community Organizer, Developing Communities Project President, Harvard Law Review Professor of Constitutional Law, University of Chicago Law School Party affiliation : Democrat Running for a: Federal office Running for position: President of the United States Incumbent: Yes First elected: 2008 Previous elective offices : U.S. Senator (Ill.) Unsuccessful bids for elective offices : None. Address P.O. Box 803638…
Mr. Romney, a former Governor of Massachusetts is the nominee of the Republican Party for President of the United States in the 2012 elections.
Tuesday, July 10, 2012
Name : Mr. Willard Mitt Romney Age : 65 Place of residence : Belmont, Mass. Attended college : Yes College : Brigham Young University Degree : Bachelor's Degree in English Year of graduation : 1971 University : Harvard University Law school and Business School Area of research : Juris Doctorate Year of graduation : 1975 Job titles held : Management Consultant, Boston Consulting Group Vice President, Bain & Company Co-Founder/CEO, Bain Capital Party affiliation : Republican Running for a: Federal office Running for position: President of the United States Incumbent: No First elected: 2002 Previous elective offices : U.S. Senator (Mass.) Unsuccessful bids for elective offices : Ran for the position of Senator of Massachusetts in 1994. …
Sunday, July 8, 2012
A new study from the Pew Research Center says Americans think elections are too long and exhausting. And this year's Barack Obama vs. Mitt Romney campaign is sure to be no different.
Republicans and Democrats find little to agree on these days, but they have some similar reactions to the 2012 presidential campaign. Nearly identical percentages of Republicans and Democrats say the election will be exhausting. That's according to a new Pew Research Center study released Thursday. The study shows most Americans say the campaign has been too long and dull (56 percent each), while 53 percent say it has been too negative. At the same time, an overwhelming majority (79 percent) views the presidential campaign as important. But this is nothing new, Pew says. The public has long expressed the view that presidential campaigns are too long. In surveys conducted over the past three campaigns, asked at different stages in race, …
Monday, March 12, 2012
Details about Mitt Romney's appearance in Kirkwood Park Tuesday.
Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney stops by the St. Louis area Tuesday, as part of his campaign for nominee. Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney likely will arrive at Kirkwood Park at about 11:15 a.m. Tuesday for a "Town Hall" meeting at Lions' Pavilion, according to the City of Kirkwood's website. The parking lot on Playground Drive near the water tower and the one by the tennis courts will be closed all morning. Anyone interested in attending the event should register for the Town Hall meeting through Romney's campaign website. In the meantime, Patch is asking readers, "What could Mitt Romney say Tuesday that would win your vote?" Share your thoughts about the presidential candidate below. PoliticMo said Tuesday was Romney's …