St. James News

Two area veterans take Honor Flight

    Two area veterans took an Honor Flight to Washington D.C. on September 28, spending a busy day visiting important sites along the way. U.S. Navy veteran Stanley Mitchell and U.S. Army veteran Paul Moody were able to take the trip, thanks to the St. James High School Student Council and the Pacific VFW.

City receives three bids for water line installation

    The City of St. James received three bids for the construction of a 10-inch water line, which will run from Wishon Street down to the end of Scioto and tying in houses and the John F. Hodge High School. The water project is being completed in conjunction with the school district’s ongoing construction projects and will provide better pressure and services to the neighborhood.

Ceremonies being held to honor local veterans

    Veterans Day ceremonies will be held over the next two weeks to honor veterans from the community. The Chamber of Commerce will be making a special delivery to the Missouri Veterans Home (MVH), John F. Hodge High School will hold its annual Veterans Day assembly, and Your Community Health Center will host a Veterans Day Flag Pole dedication.

St. James voters approve new use tax

• Rolla also approves local use tax, but county issue fails

On Tuesday, voters in St. James gave their support to Proposition A, which will allow the city to collect a local use tax of two-percent on online sales to be used to help improve the Tri-County Animal Shelter facility and provide new equipment for the St. James Police Department. The tax will generate an estimated $35,000 in new revenues to the city.