National Medical Billing held a rummage sale fundraiser at its facility in Cuba to raise money for Sgt. Ian Ives, the son of Steve and Theresa Ives, of Cuba, who was injured recently in Afghanistan.
Kristy Rich has been named new sports director for the city of St. James and brings over 25 years of experience of organizing, implementing, and overseeing sporting events. Rich has a long history working for the city of Rolla in a similar position and she hopes to see the city sports programs grow under her leadership.
The city of St. James has delayed the resurfacing of the tennis courts in the city park until next spring, as it waits for information from the United States Tennis Association (USTA) about whether a grant will be awarded for the project.
A woman who allegedly pepper-sprayed her mom’s boyfriend during an argument faces assault charges in Crawford County.
Krysanya Lynn Degonia, 25, of Park Hills, stands charged with class E felony third-degree assault as a result of the incident that took place on November 11 in Cherryville.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at in the Recklein Historical District, thanks to the efforts of small group of volunteers and workers from the city of Cuba’s Electric Department. A month-long effort to put up 75,000 lights is nearing completion, with plans to flip the switch just in time for Thanksgiving.
There’s a new look taking over the Crawford County Sheriff’s Office this month. Male members of the department are giving up the clean-shaven norm for some facial hair for a good cause.