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Tax needed to keep library open, officials say

Tax needed to keep library open, officials say

    A proposed 30-cent property tax levy will appear on the August 5 ballot to fund the future opera...

Riverat Challenge to raise funds for track

Riverat Challenge to raise funds for track

    A new type of physical challenge is coming to the area to help raise funds for the Steelville Co...

Suspect arrested after alleged joyride of city car

A man has been charged with tampering in the first degree and property damage in the second degree f...

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Fat Jack's restaurant moves into central Cuba

Fat Jack's restaurant moves into central Cuba

Fat Jack’s Steakhouse has opened their new restaurant location at 105 Margaret Avenue in Cuba. Fat Jack’s Steakhouse reopened in June at the new location, and they are committed to go above and beyond to give the people of Cuba great quality food. Fat Jack’s had been located at the Highway UU overpass east of Cuba until relocating the business into town.

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School district receives donation from bank

    The July meeting of the Steelville Board of Education was held Thursday, July 17. The following business was conducted:
    • Peggy Alexander of First Community National Bank presented the Board with a check for $1,756.74 from the Cardinal Debit Card program.

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Tax needed to keep library open, officials say

Tax needed to keep library open, officials say

    A proposed 30-cent property tax levy will appear on the August 5 ballot to fund the future operation of the James Memorial Public Library. The tax would provide funding to allow for yearly operation and is required if the facility is to remain open. Voters will not only determine if St. James continues to have a public library, but will also decide if the city keeps the St. James Park recently...

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Annual Bourbon High School All Class Reunion planned for September 13

    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.

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Sex offender arrested for failing to register new address

Sex offender arrested for failing to register new address

    A former Crawford County resident who was a convicted sex offender has been arrested after he moved to Phelps County and allegedly failed to register his new address as required by law.

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Beware of hungry bears

Beware of hungry bears

Black bears normally are shy and elusive, but the Missouri Department of Conservation urges those few Missourians lucky enough to see bears to keep them at arm’s length. Keeping bears wild not only protects people and property – it protects bears, too.

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Cabaret performances returning to OAT

Ozark Actors Theatre is building on the well-received Cabaret performances of the summer of 2013 by introducing a Summer Series of Cabaret, presented by our guest performers. This Cabaret Series will be three original, intimate evenings of incredible song so you can get to know the OAT stars in a completely new way!

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