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October 2011

News Stories, Features

  • STLCC conducts licensing program for St. Louis City security guards on STLToday.com Oct. 4
  • STLCC seeks contestants for 2nd annual St. Louis Teen Talent Showcase on stlouishomeschoolers.com Oct. 4
  • STLCC sets property tax rate on STLToday.com Oct. 5
  • Baton Rouge Community College sets December goal to select replacement for Myrtle Dorsey on 2TheAdvocate.com Oct. 5
  • STLCC to increase property tax rate on CommunityCollegeTimes.com Oct. 6
  • STLCC Board approves property tax rate in the Independent News Oct. 6
  • Chancellor Myrtle Dorsey appointed to AACC 21st Century Commission on the Future of Community Colleges in the St. Louis American Oct. 6
  • STLCC to retrain more than 1,100 unemployed workers through MoHealthWins grant in the St. Louis American Oct. 6
  • STLCC serves the community as a steward of sustainable practices and workforce education in the St. Louis Business Journal Oct. 7
  • Kwame Foundation funds scholarships to STLCC in St. Louis Construction News & Real Estate Oct. 7
  • Former culinary arts student Mathew Unger opens restaurant in South St. Louis in the Riverfront Times Oct. 7
  • South County Education and University Center hosts recycling event in the Mehlville-Oakville Patch Oct. 8
  • Alumnus David Freese discusses how playing baseball at Meramec revived his career in the Post-Dispatch, STLToday.com Oct. 12
  • Meramec adjunct instructor Lisa Whitney discusses how she overcame ovarian cancer in the Post-Dispatch Oct. 13
  • Ecumenical Leadership Council welcomes Chancellor Myrtle Dorsey in the St. Louis American Oct. 13
  • STLCC conducts nursing information session on STLToday.com Oct. 14
  • Meramec sculpture students lend hand in Joplin in the Kirkwood Patch Oct. 14
  • Joanie Friend discusses why STLCC is an affordable option to higher priced institutions in the Post-Dispatch Oct. 16
  • Former Meramec baseball player David Freese named NLCS MVP on TSN.ca, MetroNews.ca, Citytv.com, WPXI Radio, in the Winnipeg Free Press, Milwaukee News Journal online edition, ESPN, SI.com, San Mateo Daily Journal online edition, Hartford Courant, Washington Times, McDonough Voice Oct. 16
  • Former Meramec baseball player David Freese named NLCS MVP on Macon.com, HeraldNet.com, Boston.com, in the Washington Post, Brownsville Herald Oct. 17
  • David Freese comes full circle to emerge as hometown hero on NJ.com, in the State Journal Register Oct. 19
  • Former Meramec baseball player David Freese named NLCS MVP in the Cleveland Plain Dealer, on TMCnet World News Oct. 20
  • David Freese returns to baseball through STLCC-Meramec on World Series broadcast on Fox Sports Oct. 20
  • STLCC leaders accept Obama degree/certificate completion challenge in the St. Louis American online edition Oct. 20
  • STLCC recycling events feature on KMOV-TV Oct. 21
  • Florissant Valley’s Joe Worth discusses course that teaches warning signs of depression and myths surrounding mental health on STLToday.com Oct. 27
  • Cardinals David Freese returns to baseball via St. Louis Community College on KFNS-AM Oct. 28
  • Former Meramec player David Freese named World Series MVP in the Winnipeg Free Press, South Cina Morning Post, STLToday.com, Humbolt Journal, National Post, Wyoming Tribune Eagle online, Vegasinsider.com, Kelowana Daily Courier, CBC News online, SI Live.com, News-Leader.com, The Chronicle-Telegram, Newser.com, Juneau Empire, The Journal Gazelle.com, NewsChief.com, The Washington Times.com, Chicago Sun-Times, ESPN Radio, MSN Fox Sports, Wane.com, Red Deer Advocate, Brownsville Herald.com Missoulian.com, TSN.com, ABC News.com, Durango Herald, New Zealand Herald, New York Times, Washington Post Oct. 29
  • Rod Nunn discusses employment in the health care sector in the Post-Dispatch Oct. 30
  • STLCC looks to fill board vacancy in the STLToday.com, Suburban Journals online edition Oct. 31
  • Former Meramec baseball player David Freese named World Series MVP on TMCnet Oct. 31