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· August 14, 2014
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· March 20, 2014
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The South Side Fall Festival starts Friday evening and runs through Sunday. Find the details in today's issue of The Telegraph at: http://stjtelegraph.org/?p=6786

You can also pick up a printed hard copy with special SSFF insert with the schedule and festival activities at one of our local news stands.

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The South St. Joseph Progressive Assn. donated $225,000 to InterServ to help build a new Wesley Center. Darrell Grace, president (at right) gave the check to Joe Houts and Joyce Edwards at the South Side Service Club's Annual Picnic Thursday, held at St. James Catholic Church.

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Check out Drew Brown's coverage of the Kansas City Chiefs Camp for the Telegraph in today's issue of The Telegraph: http://stjtelegraph.org/?p=6686

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We have a lot of pictures in the June 25th issue of The Telegraph. On page 6 Drew Brown has pictures from the Preservation Expo at the Wyeth-Tootle Mansion and the Downtown Association. One page 1 I have a picture of the Benton Alumni Band playing at the Inter-Serve Fundraising Update and on page 10 pictures from St. Joe Pride-2015--the parade and festival. You can link to this week's paper at: at: http://stjtelegraph.org/?p=6580

Saturday was a scorcher at Coleman Hawkins Park, but that didn't seem to keep the crowds away from the 3rd annual St. Joe Pride Festival. We estimate well over 1,000 people attended the parade and other activities at the festival. There were also panel discussions at Christ Episcopal Church and Griffey School for the Arts.

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Mike Bozarth covered the Clarksdale Festival and Duane Thies covered the North Side Festival over the weekend.

You can read about St. Joseph being ranked 4th by Forbes Magazine, the Bonds for Spratt Stadium being approved, Entrepreneurship Competition at MWSU, the Black Archives Museum, a pipe organ-grand piano duet, the Clarksdale Festival, and a life science camp at Western. You can see pictures of Friends and Family performing at the Sounds of Summer last Friday night at Coleman Hawkins Park/Felix Street Square; pictures by Drew Brown from Missouri Western's Eggs and Issues and the Center's Crossing the Rubicon. You will find Missouri Western sports on page 12. All in this week's issue of The Saint Joseph Telegraph: http://stjtelegraph.org/?p=6524

The South St. Joseph Progressive Association awarded a grant to Benton High School for benches and landscaping in front. Mr. Beery Johnson of Benton (center) poses with Linda Blank and Darrell Grace of the SSJPA.

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Two Benton High School students, Andrew Zackus and Bailey Fry, each received $2,500 scholarships this morning from the South St. Joseph Progressive Association at an awards ceremony.

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The Telegraph was honored and appreciative to receive a community service award from the St. Joseph Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution this afternoon. The award was for "Promoting education, historical preservation, and patriotism in the St. Joseph Community."

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Several hundred children participated in the South St. Joseph Progressive Association's annual Easter Egg Hunt at Hyde Park Saturday. Hundreds of prizes were given away, including several bicycles.

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The South St. Joseph Progressive Association's annual Easter Egg Hunt starts at 1 p.m. at Hyde Park. The Telegraph will be there

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The Telegraph will be covering the annual South Pole Christmas Lighting Ceremony at Hyde Park this evening. Mayor Bill Falkner will turn the lights on at 7 p.m. Santa Claus will be on hand to greet the youngsters; the Hosea Bell Ringers will entertain; and Christmas Carols sang. Refreshments of hot chocolate and cookies will be served.

The Telegraph covered U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt's (R-MO) visit to St. Joseph this afternoon to visit area law enforcement officers.

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