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St. James News

Bond refinancing will save $220,000

• School distirct moving from 3.11 to 1.29 percent interest
    During the March 20 regular meeting of the St. James Board of Education, the board approved a refunding bond resolution that will provide a net savings of approximately $220,347. The board authorized the sale of $3 million in General Obligation Refunding Bonds at an average interest rate of 1.29 percent, compared to the current rate of 3.11 percent.

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St. James man tapped by Democrats for special election

    Zechariah Hockersmith, of St. James, has been nominated by the Democratic committee members of the 120th Legislative District in Missouri to be their candidate for the August 5 Special Election. The election was recently called by Governor Nixon to fill the Missouri House seat vacated by Jason Smith in 2012. The Legislative Committee is made up of Township and Ward representatives from Crawford County and a portion of Phelps County.

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Cult called St. James area home in 1970s

    Some called it the way to heavenly glory. Others called it a religious cult. Throughout the decade of the 1970s, a small settlement at the south edge of St. James, stirred considerable controversy while it quietly went about its business of promoting Yahweh’s New Kingdom.

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Four seeking three spots on school board

    Voters in the St. James area will head to the polls on April 8 to decide several positions, including those for city council and school board. There are four candidates seeking three three-year terms on the St. James Board of Education and one running unopposed for a two-year term.

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Brewery expanding to St. James

    Public House Brewery Co. will be expanding in 2014 to include a St. James location. Groundbreaking on the new facility is scheduled for April and will allow for a larger capacity brew house, tap room, and ability to send product to local restaurants and businesses. Owners Josh Stacy and Josh Goodridge hope to bring something special to the St. James community.

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