The Kirkwood Call

Four neediest cases: God

Four neediest cases: God

Claire Boysen, print managing editor

December 4, 2018

About two years ago, they found God. It’s not that they didn’t already believe in God, it’s just they weren’t as devoted as they are now. But after reading the Bible more, their eyes were opened. Despite any hardship, there is always the comfort of God, they said. “Everyone has their own s...

Four neediest cases: school

Four neediest cases: school

Kiden-Aloyse Smith, opinions writer

December 4, 2018

They have a really close family. They are an older sibling who constantly has to help with their brother and sister, it’s annoying, but they are close and have a lot of good memories with them. They remembered when their younger brother got in trouble for no reason while they and their sister laughed a...

Four neediest cases: KHS

Four neediest cases: KHS

Audrey Allison, Camille Baker, Richard Pfeifer, and Jack Rintoul

December 12, 2017

Each year around the holidays, TKC offers a helping hand to our community in one way or another. For the second year in a row, we decided to take on the Four Neediest Cases project, inspired by St. Louis Post Dispatch's 100 Neediest Cases features. Four staffers sat down with a KHS student from each...

The four neediest at KHS: A helping hand

The four neediest at KHS: A helping hand

Kennady Wade, editor-in-chief

December 19, 2016

With a staff of 99, TKC tries to give back to the community in some way each holiday season. This year we adopted the Four Neediest Project, modeled after St. Louis Post Dispatch’s annual 100 Neediest Cases feature. In the following stories, you will read about four anonymous families or individuals fr...

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