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New Haven native Zach Zuroweste needed to test out an F-18 Tuesday afternoon and decided to head to his home. Zuroweste, a Lt. in the Navy, was asked to do a test flight on a repaired F-18 based out of Scott Air Force Base.
A two-alarm fire destroyed the St. Clair Historical Museum, 280 Hibbard St., and most of its contents on Sunday night, Feb. 23. The blaze was reported at about 9 p.m. and took more than two hours to bring under control. The building was unoccupied at the time of the fire. No one was injured.
en elementary and junior high school students participated in the St. Clair R-XIII School District Spelling Bee on Thursday in the SCHS auditorium. Fourth-grader Katie North won the competition, and she will be joined by SCJHS eight-grader Morgan Puffer in The Missourian Bee on March 22 at ECC.
Twenty-three Edgar Murray Elementary students participated in the school's spelling bee on Thursday, Feb. 13. The top four — Current Smith, Sebastian Vitt, Katie North and Kennedy Travis — all advanced to the St. CLair R-XIII School District bee on Thursday, Feb. 20.
St. Clair High School conducted Courtwarming ceremonies Friday night in the gym as nine girls and nine boys comprised the court. Alicia York and Spencer Crumbaugh were crowned queen and king, respectively.
The Washington Parks Department held its annual daddy-daughter sweetheart dance Friday, Feb. 7, at the city auditorium.
Fourth-, fifth- and sixth-grade girls basketball teams from the area traveled to St. Clair on Saturday, Feb. 1, to participate in the annual Junior Bulldogs tournament at Edgar Murray and the junior and senior high school gymnasiums. The St. Clair fifth-graders placed second in their bracket while both the sixth- and fourth-graders ended up fourth.
St. Clair High School will play host to its annual Courtwarming coronation on Friday night, Feb. 7, after the girls and boys varsity basketball games versus Sullivan. Nine boys and nine girls make up the Courtwarming court.