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Rainwater Arms now offers concealed carry course

Rainwater Arms is now offering the opportunity to take the concealed carry class at their gun shop. Concealed carry is a class that individuals can take to obtain a permit to carry a loaded firearm. The classes are designed to provide extra firearm protection for people.

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Cuba High School will be host site for Meet the Candidates Night on July 24

The Crawford County Farm Bureau and Crawford County Extension Council will host at Meet the Candidates Night in July in an effort to better acquaint voters with the candidates that are running in the August primaries.

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Spyders are invading area later this month

    World-class motorcycle builder Can Am and Cowtown USA will host a four-day Spyder bike event in Cuba June 19-22. Between 150 to 300 bikers are projected to attend the event.

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Applications being taken for replacement on Cuba R-2 School Board

Due to the resignation of Justin McCullough, who has moved outside the school district, the Crawford County R-2 School Board is currently seeking applications for a member to take McCullough’s seat and fulfill the remainder of his unexpired term of office.

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School district buys two used buses

    The Steelville School Board met on Thursday, August 21, and conducted business as follows:
Principal Reports
    SES Principal Lynne Reed reported “one of the smoothest back-to-school transitions to date,” preceded by a great turnout at Meet Your Teacher Night, with 92 percent of students attending with one or more parents or family members.

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Parade entry forms still available

    The 50th Annual Harvest Festival Parade in Steelville is Saturday, September 6, at 1:30 p.m. The parade theme this year is “50 Magical Years” to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Harvest Festival. The parade is sponsored by the Steelville Area Chamber of Commerce and floats for organizations, businesses and community groups are encouraged. 

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