International students educated about drugs
Youth from all across the world visited Camp Brimshire to hear members of the Phelps County Sheriff’s Department and the Prosecutor’s Office discuss drug abuse and trafficking last Friday. As part of the Lion’s International Youth Camp and Exchange, the visiting kids had the opportunity to learn about differences in law enforcement around the world and got to see how drug dogs are used in the United States.
Registration for 2014-15 school year is next week
Local students are preparing for another school year. Registrations for the 2014-15 school year will begin next week for students at all three schools. Online registration is now open on the school’s website for those hoping to streamline the process.
The St. James Police Department has found a missing teen after an endangered person advisory was issued over the weekend. Alexis Hornage, age 16, was reported missing after last being seen on July 25 near 320 Parker Lane.
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.
Local siblings compete at National Junior High Rodeo
Ciera and Colton Hamilton competed in the National Junior High Rodeo in Des Moines, Iowa, recently. The brother and sister combo faced tough competition, but had a great opportunity to join one of the top rodeo competitions in the nation from June 22 through June 29.
On August 23, an organization called Change This World (CTW) will be at the St. James Community Hall in Nelson Hart Park to pack 50,000 meals. Beginning at 9 a.m., volunteers from the community will join together to package balanced meals for those suffering from hunger around the world.