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Police searching for St. James teen

Police searching for St. James teen

The St. James Police Department has issued an Endangered Person Advisory for a missing person incide...

Presiding commissioner being challenged by road district employee

Presiding commissioner being challenged by road district employee

    Crawford County voters will determine their next Presiding Commissioner at the August 5 Primary ...

Volunteers needed to make 50,000 meals

    On August 23, an organization called Change This World (CTW) will be at the St. James Community ...

County clerk race will be decided during primary

County clerk race will be decided during primary

    The next Crawford County Clerk will be decided at the August primary, not in the November electi...

City trying to market old San Val bulding

City trying to market old San Val bulding

    The city of Steelville will soon be advertising the availability of the old San Val building. Al...

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City trying to market old San Val bulding

City trying to market old San Val bulding

    The city of Steelville will soon be advertising the availability of the old San Val building. Aldermen agreed at Monday’s city council meeting to purchase a banner to install in front of the former factory to begin the process of letting the public know it could be utilized. Comptroller Jennifer Basham also pointed out that there are websites that allow government entities to post such items a...

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Police searching for St. James teen

Police searching for St. James teen

The St. James Police Department has issued an Endangered Person Advisory for a missing person incident that occurred at 320 Parker Lane, St James, MO at 08:30 PM on 07/25/2014.

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Annual Bourbon High School All Class Reunion planned for September 13

    Plans are underway for the 3rd Annual BHS All Class Reunion to be held Saturday, September 13 at the Bourbon Community Center.  The BHS Alumni Board meetings are usually held the second Friday of the month at area sponsors.

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County, MDC meet to discuss widening Cave Road

County, MDC meet to discuss widening Cave Road

    Cave Road may be one step closer to becoming a safer roadway. On July 22, Crawford County Commissioners called a meeting with representatives from the Missouri Department of Conservation to discuss the proposed project at the site in question.

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Six-year-old boy drowns at quarry

Phelps County authorities have recovered the body of a six-year-old boy from Fenton who drowned Friday afternoon while swimming with family members at Fugitive Beach near Rolla.

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Research jobs continue growth in Missouri; Gov. Nixon helps celebrate opening of Express Scripts Lab

• Company’s expansion expected to create 1,500 jobs by 2018; $56 million investment brings its total St. Louis footprint to one million square feet
ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Gov. Jay Nixon today joined leaders of the country’s largest pharmacy benefit management company to celebrate the expansion of The Express Scripts Lab, part of an overall campus expansion which is expected to create 1,500 new jobs in St...

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On fairness and fires out west

    A newspaper editor told me that I made a big mistake in last week’s column. I wrote that there was an MDC news release about the man who was killed by a copperhead bite. I should have said “news story” instead of “news release.” I must therefore apologize for not being a better journalist.

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OAT closing out season with 'The Drowsy Chaperone'

Ozark Actors Theatre presents the third show of Season 27, Mistaken Identities: THE DROWSY CHAPERONE, with music and lyrics by Lisa Lambert and Greg Morrison, book by Bob Martin and Don McKellar and directed and choreographed by Amy Shera. OAT has assembled a cast from New York, Louisiana, Texas, and Chicago, as well as St. James, Cuba, and St. Robert.

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Show-Me Green Sales Tax Holiday runs April 19-25

Missouri citizens and out-of-state consumers shopping in Missouri will be able to benefit from Missouri's fifth Show-Me Green Sales Tax Holiday in April.

"The Green Sales Tax Holiday will be an excellent time for consumers to buy an energy-efficient appliance," said David Overfelt, president of the Missouri Retailers Association.  "For one week, the state sales tax won't be charged on qualified appliances, and in many areas the local sales tax won't be charged as well."

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