Last updateSat, 20 Dec 2014 5pm
The Cuba School Board is moving forward with a plan to return the Early Childhood Special Education program back onto school district grounds. Options on the table include purchasing a temporary, modular classroom to serve that purpose, building a permanent facility for long-term usage or constructing a larger building to house both the classroom space and a safe room area to serve the element...
The Steelville School Board voted to continue its current food service bid plan, despite a plea from a local resident last month to consider how the current contractor has addressed employees after the Affordable Care Act went into effect. All but one board member voted in favor of continuing with the current program.
The St. James School District has received a clean audit of last year’s finances. Joe Leathers, CPA, conducted the audit and reported his findings to the Board of Education on Thursday night.
“As of June 30, no qualifications were reported. It was a clean opinion of what was reported,” Leathers told the board.
Missouri State Auditor Thomas Schweich has released his follow-up report on the audit findings of the City of Bourbon’s municipal court system. The follow-up report was recently made public, and in it the state auditor notes that many of the recommendations made in the original May 2014 audit report have been implemented by the city. The rest are still “in progress.”
The Crawford County Sheriff’s Department is seeking any information that may assist in finding a missing St. James woman.
Amanda Caudill, 27, of St. James, has been missing since Monday, December 15. Family members discovered a note left in her home and last made contact with her by telephone at 1 p.m. on Monday. Caudill left her wallet and vehicle at the residence.
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An area man has been arrested and is currently in jail on charges for allegedly exploiting several elderly Phelps County residents by contracting with them to do construction work that was never completed.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Gov. Jay Nixon today discussed his priorities for agriculture and rural economic development in an address to the 45th Governor’s Conference on Agriculture in Osage Beach. The annual conference brings together producers, agribusinesses and other stakeholders to discuss current issues and opportunities for the industry. Below is the text of the Governor’s prepared remarks:
Christmas has come and Christmas has went, and all my money has now been spent.
But I’ll get it back, and maybe more, when I return my presents to the Walmart store.
I know no one will mind a bit, ‘cause they bought me clothes that wouldn’t fit.
It’s not gonna wind anybody’s stem, ‘cause I done the same darn thing for them.
This holiday season, for the first time in St. Louis, one of America’s favorite Christmas movies comes to life live- on-stage in a hilarious, large scale Broadway musical, at the Fabulous Fox Theatre December 16 – January 4.