Tuesday, April 16, 2013
The "Cancer Doesn’t Take a Holliday" promotion is urging people to get checked for colon cancer.
Matt Holliday, outfielder for the St. Louis Cardinals, is teaming with the Siteman Cancer Center to promote colon cancer screenings. Kathy Holliday, mother of the Cardinals' Matt Holliday, was diagnosed with colon cancer last year. She and her son are teaming up with the Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine, where Kathy was treated, to encourage colon screenings for anyone age 50 and older. “It could save your life,” says Kathy Holliday, who is cancer free after being treated by Washington University surgeon Steven Hunt, MD. Colon cancer strikes 1 of every 20 U.S. women and men in their lifetimes, according to a Siteman press release. Most people survive the disease if it’s …
Monday, September 17, 2012
A Creve Coeur teenager is accused of pointing the laser onto the field during a Cardinals game on Aug. 6.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Joe Scott
Monday, September 17, 2012
A teenager accused of shining a laser pointer onto the field during a St. Louis Cardinals game Aug. 6 had his court date continued until Oct. 24. Eric Bogard, 17, of Creve Coeur, was scheduled to appear in St. Louis municipal court Monday on charges of peace disturbance at an athletic event and violating a city ordinance regulating possession and use of lasers. Bogard is a student at Ladue Horton Watkins High School. Nathan Swanson, an attorney with Rosenblum, Schwartz, Rogers & Glass, appeared on Bogard’s behalf and requested the continuance. Swanson said he had no comment on the case and referred questions to attorney Joel Schwartz. A call to Schwartz Monday morning was not immediately returned. During an Aug. 6 game with the San …
Friday, November 4, 2011
The Creve Coeur campus dedicated a new sports and recreation complex as the school continues a rapid facility expansion.
Think back to your first in-person impressions of your college or university. Where were you? The student union, the library, a residence hall? Missouri Baptist University is betting that a new multi-million dollar sports and recreation complex dedicated Thursday will be one of the answer to that question the next time a prospective student visits the Creve Coeur school's campus. The University formally dedicated the Carl and Deloris Petty Sports and Recreation Complex at a ceremony Thursday morning. The $11 million building houses a 1,000 seat gym, but also puts the school's student fitness center and academic programs touching on athletic training, sports management and other programs under the same roof. During Thursday's program, …
Monday, October 31, 2011
Kids, not the World Series, were the focus of Creve Coeur event Sunday.
Missouri Baptist University will wait until Thursday to formally dedicate the school's new $11 million Carl and Deloris Petty Sports and Recreation Complex, but on Sunday night, a group of special kids had a chance to break in the center's basketball court. The school hosted the Pujols Family Foundation's first All-Star Basketball game. The foundation has been dedicated to helping those with Down Syndrome. Albert Pujols' All Stars included teens and young adults with Down Syndrome. The St. Louis slugger, fresh off the team's World Series Parade and Celebration at Busch Stadium Sunday afternoon, also took part in the event and was joined by Matt Holliday. Other celebrities on hand for the event, which also included the Missouri Baptist …