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Last updateFri, 01 Aug 2014 12pm

Temporary post, primaries for 120th district on August 5 ballot

Temporary post, primaries for 120th district on August 5 ballot

    Voters at the polls on August 5 will be asked to vote twice on their ballot for State Representa...

Three Republicans seeking nomination for Associate Circuit Judge

Three Republicans seeking nomination for Associate Circuit Judge

    Three Republican candidates for Associate Circuit Judge will face off in the August primary. Kri...

New county prosecutor to be determined on Aug. 5

New county prosecutor to be determined on Aug. 5

    The next Phelps County Prosecuting Attorney will be elected in next Tuesday’s primary. Republica...

Officers lodge internal complaints against police chief

Crow could face impeachment by council at meeting on August 5

Members of the Police Committee are s...

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MoDOT promotes sales tax to city councilmen

The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) wants your vote on August 5, and they’re working hard to get it. Area MoDOT engineer Preston Kramer attended a Cuba City Council meeting last month as part of the statewide departmental effort to drum up voter support for the three-quarter cent sales tax proposal that will appear on the ballot.

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Steelville Country Club passes half-million-dollar mark in donations

    The Steelville Country Club has now given more than half a million dollars to the local community. The club gave $69,257 in 2013 and 2014 for a total of $537,664 in the past 14 years.

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Local basketball players headed to Chicago

    Members of the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) girl’s basketball team will play on a WNBA court on August 3. Team Blackout will play following a WNBA game between the Chicago Sky and the Washington Mystics.

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Bourbon school supply lists

Bourbon Elementary School supply list
    Students should mark all supplies with their name except as specified.
    Preschool: $45 snack fee/supply fee, 1 backpack (standard size; small ones will not hold library books), 1 set of extra clothes (for milk spills).

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Road complaint creates heated discussion

    Residents of Seven Cedars Road confronted the Crawford County Commission on Tuesday, July 29, to complain about the condition of their roadway. The group agreed the road is in the worst condition they’ve ever seen and wanted to see something done to take care of the problems.

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Local voters heading to polls on Tuesday

    The August 5 primary will see several races for county and state offices, a proposed tax to fund the library and a proposed sales tax to fund Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) projects for the next 10 years.

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State treasurer announces new social media campaign to enhance financial literacy among Missourian

State Treasurer Clint Zweifel has announced a new push by his office to promote financial literacy among Missourians young and old through social media. As the state’s chief financial officer and a strong consumer advocate for Missourians, Treasurer Zweifel will share tips and online resources to help individuals and families with important money management topics like teaching kids about money, s...

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Early teal season set, outlook bright

The outlook is bright for Missouri’s early teal hunting season, but state officials say some hunters will need to make different arrangements than in years past to buy federal duck stamps.

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‘Wine Country Artists’ coming to Steelville

    The exhibition “Wine Country Artists” will feature the work of four Missouri artists: Bryan Haynes, Sheri Hausman, Beverly Ann Wells and Tony Carosella. Each of the artists lives and works in the Missouri Wine Country overlooking the Missouri River.

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