STARCO plans 'Art in the Park' event
On November 18, the Steelville City Council approved a Steelville Arts Council request to utilize the Community Park for an “Art in the Park” event to be held on April 12, 2014. STARCO board member Jack Bowles presented the request to aldermen, noting that this was a project planned through a grant from the Missouri Arts Council “to make Steelville more of an art destination.”
Developer threatens lawsuit over 50-foot lot restrictions
Local property owner Tom Weisel approached the Steelville City Council at its November 18 meeting to question recent discussions regarding the city’s 50-foot lots. He noted that he had read recent articles on the topic, but wanted to clarify the details of their proposals for the ordinance involved.
Steelville announces Christmas plans
Next week we celebrate Thanksgiving, and that means Christmas is just around the corner. Plans are well under way for a number of community events to celebrate the season from a number of area organizations.
Dog joins Steelville Police force
Steelville has a new police dog on the force. His name is Trakr and he’s a fully-trained Belgian Malinois, ready to work with his human counterpart, Officer Tony Hughes. The canine was introduced to the city council at the meeting held on Monday, November 4.
Seven Grubaughs served their country
Families have often sent sons to war throughout the history of our United States, but the Grubaughs may have sacrificed more than most: Parents Ben and Martha saw seven sons offer their lives in service to their country. And, while other families lost loved ones to battle, this family was blessed to receive all seven sons back from their time in the military.