The Missouri Department of Transportation is scheduled to begin a pavement repair process on two Crawford County roads that will help extend the life of each roadway by five to seven years.
Crawford County News
Crawford County Sheriff Darin Layman announced three staffing updates to his office on Wednesday, August 26. A transport officer will be training to become a deputy and two deputies have been promoted—one to sergeant and another to K9 handler.
• Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital, Crawford County Health Department, and Franklin County Health Department Join Forces to Increase Awareness and Decrease Spread of Illness
As confirmed cases of COVID-19 continue to increase rapidly in our area, leaders at Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital, the Crawford County Health Department and the Franklin County Health Department are asking for the community's support in helping to slow community spread of this virus.
Friend S. Burwell, IV, 46, of St. James, stands charged with class E felony operation of a vehicle on a highway without a valid license (third and subsequent offense). The charges are a resulf of a traffic stop conducted by a Cuba police officer on July 27.
Positive COVID-19 cases in Crawford County are nearing the 200 mark, according to numbers released by the Crawford County Health Department on Monday. In the past week alone the county has reported more than 50 new cases.