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Charter presents plans for telecommunications bundling

A representative from Charter Communications met with the city council on Dec. 9 to discuss options ...

First Miss Steelville, Junior Miss crowned - PHOTO GALLERY

First Miss Steelville, Junior Miss crowned - PHOTO GALLERY

    Two local girls had the honor of being crowned the first ever Miss Steelville and Junior Miss St...

Arrests made after meth lab discovered

    Three men are in custody after the St. James Police Department allegedly discovered a methamphet...

Prince and Princess crowned at Christmas pageant - PHOTO GALLERY

Prince and Princess crowned at Christmas pageant - PHOTO GALLERY

    Steelville’s 2014 Christmas Prince and Princess were crowned at the Meramec Music Theatre on Fri...

Crawford County nets more than $1million in sales tax for 2014

    Crawford County brought in over $1 million in sales tax for the general revenue fund for 2014, a...

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Charter presents plans for telecommunications bundling

A representative from Charter Communications met with the city council on Dec. 9 to discuss options for improving the city’s telecommunications and also cutting their monthly service costs.

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SFPD warns of safety hazards with Christmas lights

    Christmas lights are a festive addition to the season, but should be lit with care to prevent the possibility of fire.
    Steelville Fire Protection District (SFPD) Chief Steven Lefler warned people about the safety hazards potentially involved in plugging in strings of lights, both indoors and outdoors.

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Churches planning special services

    Christmas has arrived in St. James and several churches in the community are celebrating the season with Christmas Eve services. Each church will hold a special event free for community members to join.

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Bourbon tree lighting held

    Santa and Mrs. Claus arrived in Bourbon on Thursday evening, December 4. It was at the annual Bourbon Tree Lighting Ceremony and the tree lights went on just before the Bourbon Firemen delivered the honored guests on the Fire Truck.  More than 150 little boys and girls gathered excitedly to receive a treat from Santa and many stayed to have their picture made.

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Crawford County nets more than $1million in sales tax for 2014

    Crawford County brought in over $1 million in sales tax for the general revenue fund for 2014, a feat that’s only happened once before in the past seven years in 2012. The total general revenue sales tax reported for 2014 at the December 9 county commission meeting was $1,071,939.

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Bid awarded for bridge work

Bid awarded for bridge work

    The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) is moving forward with replacement of the Highway 8 Bridge over Dry Fork Creek east of St. James. Work is slated to take place between January and October 2015.

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Gov. Nixon recognizes workforce development efforts of businesses, education and community leaders in St. Francois County to become CWRC-designated

PARK HILLS, Mo. – Gov. Jay Nixon today was joined by local business, education and community leaders at Mineral Area College to congratulate St. Francois County for being designated as a Certified Work Ready Community (CWRC). The CWRC designation recognizes successful efforts by community, education and business leaders, working with the Missouri Division of Workforce Development, to strengthen wo...

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Habitat calendar offers 12 months of management tips

Habitat calendar offers 12 months of management tips

    One challenge for busy landowners who want to increase quail and other grassland wildlife is keeping track of seasonal management needs. When should you delay haying because chicks are hatching? When do you burn, plant, spray and disk? The answers to those and many other questions about grassland wildlife management are found in the Quail and Habitat Management 2015 Calendar from the Missouri ...

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A Christmas Story, the Musical playing at the Fox December 16-January 4

    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.  

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Gov. Nixon recognizes four military veterans in Capitol ceremony to mark Missouri’s first Vietnam Veterans Day

Veterans honored in Capitol ceremony represent U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps, and come from Webb City, Sunrise Beach, Camdenton and House Springs
JEFFERSON CITY – To mark Missouri’s first Vietnam Veterans Day, Gov. Jay Nixon today recognized four military veterans from that era in a ceremony in the Governor’s Capitol office. The veterans honored by Gov. Nixon and Maj. Gen. Stephen L. Danner, Adjutant General of Missouri, represented service in the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps during the Vietnam War era.

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