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Thanks to housing assistance from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Pathways Community Health will break ground on Crawford Commons, a 14-unit housing complex for very low income persons with disabilities in Cuba. The ground breaking is set for 10 a.m., May 22 at Martin and Eldon streets in Cuba.
Pathways was named one of only four non-profit organizations in Missouri to r...
St. James Ambulance District in partnership with the Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety and Meramec Regional Planning Commission (MRPC) is hosting a child safety seat check May 28 from 9 a.m. to noon at the ambulance district building located at 203 N. Louise Street in St. James.
During their regular meeting on May 16, the Bourbon School Board received an update on a planned one-to-one electronic device program and learned that another teacher is retiring this year. That brings the total number of retirees up to six.
Crawford County received six separate citations from the U.S. Department of Labor Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) for sites where the road districts were screening gravel for use on county roads. Two sites—one for each of the two county road districts—were inspected on April 30 and each one received the same three citations.
During the week of May 9 and May 14, Phelps County Commissioners:
• Issued bid solicitation for a secure counter system with high impact resistant glass for the Phelps County Collector’s office. Interested bidders can contact the Phelps County Collector’s office at email@example.com or by calling (573) 458-6155. Bids will be received in the Phelps County Clerk’s office until 9 a.m....
Growing coalition remains united and determined to bring the tax dollars Missourians send to Washington back to strengthen Medicaid in Missouri, Gov. Nixon says
JEFFERSON CITY – In a letter to Medicaid coalition members, Gov. Jay Nixon today said efforts to bring the dollars Missourians send to Washington back to strengthen Medicaid in Missouri would continue. The proposed expansion would draw do...
The morning dawned cloudy and cool, a mere 69 degrees, after several days of 90 degree plus weather. I welcomed the cool down. The day before, I had endured 11 hours of pollen filled winds and the blazing hot sun of Lake of the Ozarks, while pitching Senkos to bedding largemouth bass. Today, however, I would be accompanying Will Rollins on the Gasconade River for smallmouth bass.