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Pathways Community Health is opening a new, low-income housing complex in Cuba. Pathways is still reviewing applications and hopes to start moving residents into the 14-unit Crawford Commons housing complex in early August.
Steelville Schools Superintendent Mike Whittaker approached the city council at their last meeting to discuss a potential park agreement that could have the school district essentially managing the inner circle of the Community Park. The city of Steelville had sent the school district a letter stating that a contract between the two entities needed to be in place for the district to begin usin...
Plans are underway for the 3rd Annual BHS All Class Reunion to be held Saturday, September 13 at the Bourbon Community Center. The BHS Alumni Board meetings are usually held the second Friday of the month at area sponsors.
Crawford County voters will have five different proposed amendments to the Missouri Constitution to consider when they head to the polls to cast their ballots next Tuesday. Three Rivers Publishing offers voters this brief overview of each amendment proposal and any arguments for or against.
• Company’s expansion expected to create 1,500 jobs by 2018; $56 million investment brings its total St. Louis footprint to one million square feet
ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Gov. Jay Nixon today joined leaders of the country’s largest pharmacy benefit management company to celebrate the expansion of The Express Scripts Lab, part of an overall campus expansion which is expected to create 1,500 new jobs in St...
Discover nature with the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) at the Missouri State Fair in Sedalia Aug. 7 – 17. Visit MDC's Conservation Building from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily to see aquaria full of live fish and other aquatic wildlife, and displays of live native animals such as snakes and turtles. Have conservation questions answered by MDC staff, get free stuff, and have fun.
Ozark Actors Theatre presents the third show of Season 27, Mistaken Identities: THE DROWSY CHAPERONE, with music and lyrics by Lisa Lambert and Greg Morrison, book by Bob Martin and Don McKellar and directed and choreographed by Amy Shera. OAT has assembled a cast from New York, Louisiana, Texas, and Chicago, as well as St. James, Cuba, and St. Robert.