Wednesday, January 2, 2013
Did you read any of this news last month?
If you didn't get a chance to read the 20 articles below take a glance and see what news your neighbors made the top read articles in December on Hazelwood Patch. Remember you can get instant news updates. Like Hazelwood Patch on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. NRA Issues Statement On Newtown School Shooting: The national conversation taking place in the wake of the Newtown, CT school shootings blazed even more after the National Rifle Association said teachers should pack pistols. Boeing, SPEEA Suspend Contract Negotiations, Will Resume in 2013: A federal mediator has suspended talks between Boeing and the Society of Professional Engineering Employees in Aerospace (SEEPA), the union representing 22,765 engineers and technical workers, …
Thursday, December 6, 2012
You might be surprised what other days fall within December.
Christmas gets most of the press this time of year, but December is a month full of religious and secular festivals and holidays, along with some wild and wacky days as well. Here’s a reminder of the major holidays this month, along with a collection of the most bizarre holidays gleaned from the corners of the Internet. We can’t vouch for the authenticity of some of these lesser known observances, but if you need a moment to forget the stress that sometimes comes with the major holidays, there’s got to be a few here to make you smile. Forget the 12 Days of Christmas. Here’s a whole month of ways to celebrate. December is Human Rights Month. What days will you celebrate?
Wednesday, December 8, 2010
Band will be traveling to the Alamo Bowl Christmas day to compete with other bands during half-time.
The Hazelwood West High Marching Wildcats are determined to raise enough funds to compete in the Alamo Bowl, and last month, the band held a flea market at McNair Elementary to do so. Kelly Eagan, a parent helper for marching band and co-chair of the flea market, praised the dedicated teens who worked hard to help organize the event. She was very proud of the students, expressing admiration for their hard work which paid off. "The kids worked so hard," she said. "They were busy helping from start to finish. They helped customers carry purchased items out to their cars, and they stayed to clean up after the event was over." The marching band, comprised of about sixty-seven students, ages freshmen to seniors, will be traveling to San …