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Blues move on to the Stanley Cup Finals After Winning the Western Conference Finals

Blues move on to the Stanley Cup Finals After Winning the Western Conference Finals

Cece Cohen, Reporter

May 21, 2019


Filed under Latest, Local News

The St. Louis Blues beat the San Jose Sharks in game six of the Western Conference Finals, bringing the Blues to the Stanley Cup Finals for the first time in 49 years. The Blues lost game one of the series 6-3. The Blues were able to tie the series in game two. The Sharks regained their lead in game...

Hydroponic Farming

Hydroponic Farming

Sasha Keller, Reporter

May 14, 2019


Filed under Features, Latest

Hydroponic farming is a small part of hydroculture, which consists of growing plants without soil, using only mineral nutrient solutions in a water solvent and special growing medium such as coconut coir, perlite, or gravel. Hydroponic farming provides a more sustainable environment for growing. With g...

In-Depth: Photos From Inside the Transfer Program

In-Depth: Photos From Inside the Transfer Program

Michael Melinger, Chief Photo Editor

May 13, 2019


Filed under Latest, Local News, Photography

In-Depth: Photos From Inside the Transfer ProgramMichael MelingerThese photos are a peak in the lives of two families, Clayton families.  Young kids who want to learn and parents who want the best for their kids. These families are apart of the Voluntary Student Transfer program.  A p...

it doesn’t have to end.

it doesn’t have to end.

Michael Melinger, Grace Snelling, Lila Taylor, and Sara Stemmler

May 10, 2019


Filed under Cover Stories, Latest, Local News

Michael Melinger, Grace Snelling, Lila Taylor, Sara Stemmlerit doesn’t have to end.In 1971, as a result of overcrowding in schools, city officials informed parents of students attending public schools in St. Louis that their children would be moved to a deteriorating, dated bui lding miles away from t...

Truth Triumphed Today

Truth Triumphed Today

Eilot Blackmore

May 9, 2019


Filed under Commentary, Latest, Local News, Opinion

In the years since 1876, a date hailed in Saint Louis history as the great divorce, Missouri lawmakers have tried five times to rejoin Saint Louis City and County in one massive city. Each attempt was a failure. Everyone understands that the status quo is broken. In an editorial, founder of the Riverfr...

Overtime Thriller Propels Blues to Western Conference Final

Overtime Thriller Propels Blues to Western Conference Final

Cece Cohen and Kaia Mills-Lee

May 8, 2019


Filed under Digital Display, Latest, Local News, Sports, Uncategorized

The St. Louis Blues beat the Dallas Stars in game seven of the second round of the National Hockey League playoffs on Tuesday night. After a successful attempt at preventing the Stars from winning game six of round two of the National Hockey League playoffs, hindering the Stars from moving on to round...

Stenger Pleads Guilty

Stenger Pleads Guilty

Cece Cohen, Reporter

May 4, 2019


Filed under Latest, Local News

Steve Stenger, the former St. Louis County Executive, pleaded guilty earlier today, Friday, May 3, in United States District Court to federal corruption charges. In exchange for the guilty plea on the three counts set forth in the indictment, there will be no further prosecution of Stenger. Stenger resigned...

Victorious Volunteen

Victorious Volunteen

Ruthie Pierson, Reporter

May 1, 2019


Filed under Features, Latest

To many CHS students, earning community service hours is an important part of their high school life.  This fall, sophomore Josie Gillette took the lead in rebuilding Volunteen at CHS, a club that provides local community service opportunities for students to volunteer in the community and earn commu...

BREAKING: St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger Resigns as Indictment Unravels

BREAKING: St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger Resigns as Indictment Unravels

Cece Cohen, Reporter

April 29, 2019


Filed under Features, Latest, Local News

CLAYTON - St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger resigned as county executive on Monday after he was indicted by a federal grand jury last Thursday on three counts including charges of bribery, mail fraud and "theft of honest services" in a pay-to-play scheme. Stenger plead not guilty in federal cou...

Gutchewsky Awarded MJEA 2019 Administrator of the Year

Keilan Morrissey, Reporter

April 26, 2019


Filed under Latest, Local News

On Tuesday, April 23rd, CHS Principal Dan Gutchewsky was called to the Globe office for an interview. But rather than questions, he received joyous applause from the entire Globe staff, along with an award. Two representatives from the Missouri Journalism Education Association officially named Gutchewsky the...

BREAKING: Officer Involved Shooting at Ladue Schnucks

BREAKING: Officer Involved Shooting at Ladue Schnucks

Michael Melinger, Chief Photo Editor

April 23, 2019


Filed under Features, Latest, Local News

UPDATE 4/24/19 6:37 p.m : St. Louis County told media today that the victim from yesterday's shooting remains at the hospital. They did not say in what condition.  Additionally, surveillance footage is being evaluated and they are still looking for witnesses who have not yet come forward.  The investigat...

St. Louis likely to get soccer team after MLS leadership met in L.A. earlier today

St. Louis likely to get soccer team after MLS leadership met in L.A. earlier today

Michael Melinger, Chief Photo Editor

April 18, 2019


Filed under Features, Latest, Local News, Sports

Earlier this morning a group of executives from Major League Soccer held a meeting where on the agenda, among other items, was a proposal for the addition of new teams to the league. Not only did they add one new team, but three new sports have opened up for teams.  This now allows for the MLS to...

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