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Man Burned In Wildwood Fire

He was trying to put out stove fire

07/04/2014

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Bodies of Father, Son Found in Missouri Park

Douglas Potter, 57, fatally shot son Joseph, age 20, before he killed himself.

03/12/2014

Fire heavily damages Wildwood home. (Courtesy Mike Thiemann, Metro West FPD)

Three Fires Leave 7 Homeless on Christmas Eve

One fire caused by fireplace ashes in a garage

12/24/2013

A stock photo of an African spurred tortoise, via Flickr.

Reward Offered in Search for Missing West County Tortoise

There is a $2,500 reward for anyone who finds Leo, a large African spurred tortoise who was spotted last week near Highway 100 and Highway OO near Wildwood.

10/08/2013

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3 Killed in Wildwood Traffic Crash

Three young people are dead and one injured after a convertible slammed into a deck and a tree in the St. Louis County town of Wildwood.

08/16/2013

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Young St. Louis Catholics To Hear Pope Speak in Brazil

The 21 young people from the St. Louis Archdiocese arrived Monday in Rio. Tuesday night they attended the opening mass on the crowded Copacabana Beach.

07/25/2013

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Wildwood City Council Votes Against Change to Old Slave Road

“If you begin to now remove name places, events, et cetera, you begin to lose some of the important aspects of history”

05/14/2013

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‘Old Slave Road’ Saga Could End Monday

A petition to change the name was first reviewed late last year, at first to “Spiceberry Court,” then to “Elijah Madison Lane.”

05/13/2013

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President of Meramec Campus of SLCC Resigns

Wasson’s resignation followed criticism about the college’s handling of an attack on a female student on campus in part because there were no campus alerts about the attack.

04/30/2013

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Wildwood Committee Votes to Keep Name Old Slave Road

Some have said the Old Slave Road name honors the area’s history and the black families who lived there. Others find it offensive.

04/17/2013

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