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St. James News

Gov. Nixon outlines proposed construction of new state veterans’ home, renovations for existing homes

    Gov. Jay Nixon provided additional details Monday about two proposals he is making to help care for Missouri’s veterans. Speaking in Jefferson City to the Missouri Association of Veterans Organizations, the Governor talked about his plans to complete $14.5 million in needed repair and renovations at four of the homes, and to construct a new veterans’ home to reduce the list of veterans waiting to get in one of the state’s existing homes.

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Nighttime run will benefit local woman and first responders

    Runners, joggers, walkers, and those who like to help others should plan now to take part in the third annual Freezin’ for a Reason 5K Walk/Run, scheduled for Saturday, February 21 at 6 p.m. Not only is it a chance to get out and get moving, but it also benefits those in the emergency services fields who need some help. This year’s theme is the 1970s and costumes are encouraged!

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School district sets 2015-16 calendar

    The St. James Board of Education held a public hearing for the 2015-16-school calendar. No public comment was made during the hearing, and the board approved the dates for next school year.

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Local GED classes beginning

    A new adult learning course is being provided to residents in the St. James area. Held at the tri-plex next to the St. James Caring Center, the courses offered help adults to get a GED, continue their basic education, or prepare for further education such as college.

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Kiwanis seeking local input

    The St. James Kiwanis Club is starting a new forum to engage the community. The community service program will be held once every three months and the club will sponsor presentations by informed guest speakers on important subjects of general interest to the public. The first forum is scheduled for Monday, January 26 in the James Memorial Public Library beginning at 6:30 p.m.

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