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Leathers gives presentation on retail development strategies

Leathers gives presentation on retail development strategies

    Local government leaders representing the communities within Crawford County gathered Monday to ...

City council cuts out summer ball payment

    Steelville aldermen approved a new “Contract for Ball Programs” for the Steelville Sports Club a...

Man held after brutal assault

Man held after brutal assault

    A Steelville man is in jail after allegedly attacking another man with a tire iron and beating h...

Cuba Animal Control cat Patches finds the perfect match

Some stories tell themselves. They jump right out of life and slap themselves on the page, and you j...

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City awards bid for summer holiday fireworks

J&M Displays was awarded the city’s bid for a fireworks display to celebrate the Fourth of July. But the event will actually take place on Saturday, July 5 at Hood Park, as J&M Displays was already contracted to shoot fireworks elsewhere on July 4.

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Fire Auxiliary plans softball tournament

    The Steelville Fire Protection District Auxiliary will host a Cuffs & Ladders softball tournament on June 7 as a fundraiser for Fire Prevention Week activities. Everyone is welcome to gather a team to compete for the championship trophy and bragging rights—and organizers especially encourage first responders—fire and law enforcement departments and EMS crews—to plan to participate. Spectat...

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Tree City USA designation presented

Tree City USA designation presented

    The St. James Forestry Board has been seeking a grant to document and plan for tree replacement project in town. As part of the grant application, St. James has received a Tree City USA designation. Tree City representative Mike Fleischhauer presented members of the board new signage for the city in front of the St. James City Council Monday night.

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School bond approved

    Voters in Cuba extended a city sales tax and selected members to the school board on Tuesday. In Bourbon, voters also approved a school bond issue.

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Leathers gives presentation on retail development strategies

Leathers gives presentation on retail development strategies

    Local government leaders representing the communities within Crawford County gathered Monday to hear a presentation on retail development strategies offered by Mardy Leathers, president of Cuba Development Group (CDG) and Crawford County clerk. Representatives from the cities of Steelville and Cuba, Crawford County, and other local organizations came together to discuss possibilities for the r...

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Matt’s Steakhouse will host MDA Lock Up event

    The Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) will be holding a Lock Up at Matt’s Steakhouse on Thursday, April 24. Participants will be “locked up” until they raise enough money to be “bailed out.” Each inmate will donate an hour of their time, or less if there are time restraints, and are requested to ask friends and family for donations for the cause.

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Gov. Nixon issues statement on data showing the impact of Senate Bill 509 on funding for local public schools

• Senate Bill 509 would drain $620 million annually from public education and other priorities.
 
JEFFERSON CITY – Gov. Jay Nixon today issued the following statement regarding data requested by the Missouri School Boards Association showing the impact Senate Bill 509 would have on local school districts across the state.

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MDC limits firearm antlerless permits for upcoming deer season

The Missouri Conservation Commission approved regulation changes at its meeting today (April 17) in Jefferson City that will reduce the availability of firearm antlerless deer hunting permits from “any number” in most of the state to one in most of the state.

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Clay Fest coming to Steelville

    The Steelville Arts Council will welcome the 2014 Steelville Clay Festival to Gallery Zeke next month. An exhibition centered around the ceramic arts will be on view Saturdays and Sundays throughout the month of May.

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BMS track teams do well in Vienna

    Bourbon Middle School track season got under way when the Warhawks traveled to Vienna last Thursday.


    The boys were led by Kyle Wilkenson, who finished first in the 100 meters, and Tyler Valley, who finished first in the 800. Tyler Valley, Dakota Lawrence, Eli Sheffel and Jerrod Nolie also finished first the 4x800.
    Chris Fritz finished sixth in the 100. In the 200, Lane Licklider finished second and Brandon Siess finished fourth. Jerrod Nolie finished fourth in the 400 meter. Dakota Studdard finished sixth and Garret Joslin finished eighth in the 1200. Dakota Lawrence finished third and Tyler Brust finished sixth in the 75 hurdles.
    Chance Fields, Chris Tackett, Kyle Rodriguez and Chris Fritz finished fourth in the 4x100. Kyle Wilkenson, Dakota Lawrence, Adam Walker and Jerrod Nolie finished third in the 4x400. Kyle Wilkenson finished second and Brandon Siess finished fifth in shot put. Tyler Valley and Eli Sheffel tied for second and Adam Walker finished sixth in the high jump. Kyle Wilkenson finished eighth in the Long Jump.
    For the girls, Callie Shelton finished third and Dani Baily finished seventh in the 400 meter. Hannah Mauer finished seventh in the 800 meter. Dani Baily finished seventh in the 1200 meter.
    Mackenzie Courtoise, Sierra Jones, Abby Cornman and Sam Witt finished eighth in the 4x100. Hannah Mauer, Elleni Kardashian, Jenny O'neil and Felicity Henderson finished seventh in the 4x200. Sam Witt, Carly Summers, Dani Baily and Callie Shelton finished fifth in the 4x400. Kaitlyn Nowack finished fifth in discus.  

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