University City Local Business

Local business in University City, MO

  • Thursday Dec 4 | via The Spokesman-Review 

    Spokane Valley Christmas tree stays aglow with volun...

    A group of dedicated Rotary Club of Spokane Valley volunteers worked for a handful of hours in the biting cold Tuesday morning to get the Christmas tree in the University City parking lot ready for tonight's Celebration of Lights. With the help of two Avista trucks, outfitted with cherry pickers and operated by linemen, the Rotary volunteers put up 3,000 new lights connected by dozens of extension cords - a last-minute save made necessary because the 30-foot tree has developed Avista line servicemen Steve Palmer, left, and Clayton Reynolds use their buckets to string up 3,000 lights some 30 feet in the air on the Rotary Club of Spokane Valley's Christmas tree Tuesday at University City.


    Related Topix: Spokane Valley, WA, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (Electricians, Wiremen, and Linemen)

  • Wednesday Dec 3 | via The Washington Post 

    Newseum announces a Ferguson exhibit

    The Newseum is becoming a breaking news-eum this month as it prepares to exhibit artifacts from the protests and news coverage in Ferguson, Mo., while that story continues to unfold. Sharon Shahid, the Newseum's online managing editor - call her a deadline curator - was on the ground in the simmering St. Louis suburb shortly before the announcement last week that the grand jury would not indict officer Darren Wilson in the fatal shooting of Michael Brown on Aug. 9. Shahid collected a press pass and two rubber pellet balls from a police stun grenade donated by Stephanie Lecci, a newscast producer for St. Louis Public Radio.


    Related Topix: Ferguson, MO, University City, MO, Business News