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Larry Miller, major figure in St. Louis tennis, dies at 86

Deacon Theodore J. Farmer, Sr. | Obituaries |  The Lawton Constitution

Sumner Football — The Greatest Program In St. Louis History — Might Get Sacked  St. Louis Public Radio

Sumner students plant peace garden with tools forged from guns  St. Louis American

“Tough Love” dad speaks to students at Sumner High School  KTVI Fox 2 St. Louis

First African-American High School west of the Mississippi River

A 90-year-old tradition, homecoming is source of pride for St. Louis' first black high schools  St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Sumner celebrates its past amid worries about the future

Shots fired outside football game at Sumner High School in St. Louis

In Loving Memory of Kathleen Anita Senter | Obituaries  St. Louis American

A tale of two high schools: Sumner of yesterday is a world apart from the Sumner of today  The Salem News

3 Sumner students sustain chemical burns after unknown liquid thrown on them

Sumner High students call for end to violence

Richmond Heights park recognizes tennis great Arthur Ashe and his Sumner High School coach  St. Louis American

Gregory Glore: The Year-Round Philanthropist  Ladue News

4 kids killed in 5 days in St. Louis; city leaders outraged  KTVI Fox 2 St. Louis

Arthur Ashe bio describes his high school year in St. Louis

St. Louis police say substance thrown at Sumner students was 'concentrated acid'

In Loving Memory of Cynthia J. Fuller | Obituaries  St. Louis American

Give a river some credit: In St. Louis, these are the oldest things west of the Mississippi

Rolla Girls Holiday Tournament preview  The Rolla Daily News

AKAs honor founder at Sumner | Local News  St. Louis American

In Loving Memory of Joyce Harris Smith: 1931-2019 | Obituaries  St. Louis American

Sumner coach enters Hall of Fame | Local Sports  St. Louis American

These are the 27 children who were fatally shot in the St. Louis area in 2019

In Loving Memory of Jeanne Freeman Gore | Obituaries  St. Louis American

St. Louis teen gets life plus 30 years for murder of Sumner High football captain  SuburbanJournals

Civil rights leader, educator and Alzheimer's research advocate Norman R. Seay passes at 87  St. Louis American

Girl, 8, dies in quadruple shooting in north St. Louis

Coverage of children who died in the St. Louis area in 2019

Tina Turner pulls no punches Sunday in CBS interview

Parents Grapple With Confederate Namesake Of St. Louis School  St. Louis Public Radio

Francis Field getting 'Olympic' with its name | Joe's St. Louis

Tina Clark-Scott : Keeping children at the forefront of every decision  St. Louis American

Dick Gregory Live at Sumner | Living It  St. Louis American

Prosecutors drop murder charges in death of Sumner High School student

About a dozen children have been fatally shot in St. Louis this summer. So far, police have made just one arrest.  St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Former Sumner High hoops great Marshall Rogers passes away  St. Louis American

Mary Attyberry Polk passes at 91 | Obituaries  St. Louis American

Vashon and Sumner Homecoming game | High Schools

Police ID man killed by St. Louis police, release new details in shootout  St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Comedian and civil rights activist Dick Gregory, St. Louis-born and bred, dies at 84  KBIA

Tribute concert Sunday for legendary Sumner music teacher Dr. Kenneth Brown Billups  St. Louis American

Two 16-year-old girls shot in The Ville neighborhood, police say

Travis Brown presented with the Irwin Keller Award  St. Louis American

2 St. Louis schools closing in June; a third gets reprieve  St. Louis Public Radio

Dennis Owsley supplies useful history in 'St. Louis Jazz'

Here are the 10 St. Louis area children killed by gun violence

St. Louis Poet Laureate emeritus Shirley Bradley LeFlore passes at 79  St. Louis American

Eight excellent awardees  St. Louis American

US school violence facts: List of incidents with at least one fatality from 1927 to the present  WLS-TV

Funeral Friday for former St. Louis poet laureate Shirley Bradley Price LeFlore

Army vet Willard Smith fought foreign enemies – and Jim Crow  St. Louis American

Gun violence victims can find trauma counseling through new Better Family Life program

Sports digest: Hawaii pulls out bowl victory over BYU

Impending closure of Beaumont High tells a larger story

Missouri History Museum explores the 'St. Louis question'

Clean Sweep initiative returns to north St. Louis to focus on Greater Ville neighborhood

SLIFF 2019 Interview: Lisa Rhoden Boyd - Director of PRISON PERFORMING ARTS: THE VOICE WITHIN  We Are Movie Geeks

Washing machines to help improve attendance at St. Louis public schools  KTVI Fox 2 St. Louis

Vashon continues to roll, evens score with Miller Career

MOzarks Moments: Missourian was famous Tuskegee Airman | Opinion  Christian County Headliner News

Ed Crenshaw dies; one of Missouri's top basketball coaches

Normandy alum Chajuana Trawick teaches the business of fashion, built Early College Start dual credit program with alma mater  St. Louis American

Emmy award winning actor and St. Louis native Robert Guillaume passes at 89  St. Louis American

Ina Boon, longtime NAACP leader here, dead at 90

In 1963, we ran this profile of 10-year-old Jimmy Connors. Even then you could tell he was a brash basher.

A rare interview with St. Louis legend Willie Mae Ford Smith, recorded in 1973 and now heard for the first time  St. Louis Magazine

K. Curtis Lyle to perform with J.D. Parran and George Sams  St. Louis American

Teen shot and killed while waiting for school bus

St. Louis mourns the loss of community leader Ida Woolfolk  St. Louis American

For African-Americans in St. Louis, a long march for justice

Best of May 2019 pictures from Post-Dispatch photographers

City of St. Louis 2019 Aldermanic Primary: Meet the Candidates  Lexology

AKA to host Central Regional Conference in STL April 5-8  St. Louis American

In Loving Memory of Anna Mae Sampson | Obituaries  St. Louis American

The secret to 'Mama' Moore's long reign over a sliver of St. Louis County  St. Louis Post-Dispatch

How a St. Louis neighborhood called the Ville helped define Chuck Berry's art  Los Angeles Times

Arthur Ashe memorial coming to St. Louis home where he lived, trained

85 years ago • A groundbreaking moment creates a showcase hospital for black St. Louisans

In Loving Memory of: Oliver Johnson | Obituaries  St. Louis American

Helen Warren, 1932-2018  Columbia Daily Tribune

Lynn Beckwith Jr., 2013 Lifetime Achiever in Education | Local News  St. Louis American

High lead levels found in drinking fountains at some St. Louis schools  St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Word warrior: Shirley LeFlore brings 50 years of performance as new St. Louis poet laureate

Mother asked relatives to kill witnesses in son’s murder trial, prosecutors say

Should the Annie Malone parade return to north St. Louis?

Famous St. Louisan News: Soul Legend Tina Turner Gives Up American Citizenship  Riverfront Times

9 classical musicians from STL making it big nationally

St. Louisans, family gather to say goodbye to Chuck Berry  St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Richmond Heights park recognizes tennis great Arthur Ashe  St. Louis Public Radio

Jury convicts teen in fatal shooting of St. Louis high school football player

Eternally St. Louis: Final resting places of local legends

In the forgotten neighborhoods of St. Louis, residents cling to hope as cleanup efforts sprout  St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Article about Sumner-Vashon homecoming was enjoyable

10 things you probably didn’t know about St. Louis

Robberson: Arthur Ashe, Don Shirley and an unfinished journey through the South

Honoring Washington Park Cemetery | Black History  St. Louis American

Dick Gregory Mocks Trump, Cosby at St. Louis Event  Riverfront Times

Painter of the people: Chris Green is beautifying North City, one abandoned building at a time  St. Louis American

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