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Volunteers needed to make 50,000 meals

    On August 23, an organization called Change This World (CTW) will be at the St. James Community ...

County clerk race will be decided during primary

County clerk race will be decided during primary

    The next Crawford County Clerk will be decided at the August primary, not in the November electi...

City trying to market old San Val bulding

City trying to market old San Val bulding

    The city of Steelville will soon be advertising the availability of the old San Val building. Al...

Asphalt going down on new all-weather track

Asphalt going down on new all-weather track

    The St. James Board of Education was given an update on construction occurring in the district o...

McGinnis Wood Products, Inc. is among Best in Workplace Safety

• Department of Labor Bestows Company with Prestigious SHARP Award
The Missouri Department of Labor’s...

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Area Red Cross chapter helping meet emergency needs

The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.

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City trying to market old San Val bulding

City trying to market old San Val bulding

    The city of Steelville will soon be advertising the availability of the old San Val building. Aldermen agreed at Monday’s city council meeting to purchase a banner to install in front of the former factory to begin the process of letting the public know it could be utilized. Comptroller Jennifer Basham also pointed out that there are websites that allow government entities to post such items a...

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Local siblings compete at National Junior High Rodeo

    Ciera and Colton Hamilton competed in the National Junior High Rodeo in Des Moines, Iowa, recently. The brother and sister combo faced tough competition, but had a great opportunity to join one of the top rodeo competitions in the nation from June 22 through June 29.

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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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Veterans gather in St. Louis for VFW convention

Veterans gather in St. Louis for VFW convention

Editor's Note: Tom Korth was sent on assignment to attend the VFW national convention in St. Louis. Korth is both an Iraq war veteran and a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.

The 115th Veterans of Foreign Wars National Convention was held in St. Louis this week. More than 12,000 members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and Ladies Auxiliary participated in the event to elect new leadership and...

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Actress Cynthia Nixon learns of her Missouri ancestor’s painful story on Who Do You Think You Are?

• Missouri State Archives helped uncover family history
 
Jefferson City, Mo. — On national television last night, award-winning actress Cynthia Nixon learned about a gruesome chapter of her family history that the Missouri State Archives, a division of Secretary of State Jason Kander’s office, helped uncover.

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Meramec River clean up scheduled

The Open Space Council for the St. Louis Region (OSC) is organizing the 47th annual Operation Clean Stream. The project will be held in the  Meramec River Watershed on Saturday, Aug. 23, and Sunday, Aug. 24, rain or shine. 

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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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Show-Me Green Sales Tax Holiday runs April 19-25

Missouri citizens and out-of-state consumers shopping in Missouri will be able to benefit from Missouri's fifth Show-Me Green Sales Tax Holiday in April.

"The Green Sales Tax Holiday will be an excellent time for consumers to buy an energy-efficient appliance," said David Overfelt, president of the Missouri Retailers Association.  "For one week, the state sales tax won't be charged on qualified appliances, and in many areas the local sales tax won't be charged as well."

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