Steelville student sings as part of national choir
Jacob Beers, a Steelville High School senior, earned a tremendous distinction this year when he was chosen to participate in the Mixed Choir, one of four All-National Honor Ensembles that gathered in Nashville in October.
Couple hikes 4,500 miles, about to join Peace Corps - PHOTO GALLERY
Jane and Trevor Johannson share a passion for adventure and for taking the opportunities available to them to pursue challenges and avenues for service in the larger world. Since their marriage in July of 2010, the couple has traveled and worked in Hawaii and at the Grand Canyon, hiked both the Appalachian Trail and the Pacific Crest Trail and will leave in January to serve in the Peace Corps in Ethiopia for two years.
School considering food service options
Food service contracts were discussed at the Steelville School Board meeting on November 20, with questions about kitchen employee benefits thrown into the mix after a public comment on that topic was heard.
Steelville police responded to 288 calls in October
The Steelville Police Department responded to a total of 288 calls logged through the Crawford County E-911 office for the month of October. The following is a breakdown of those calls by category:
“Hometown Christmas” is the theme for the Steelville community Christmas events scheduled for the weekend of December 12 to 14. A Family Christmas Movie Night will also be held on Monday, December 15.
Who can eat more donuts—firefighters, law enforcement, or ambulance crews? That’s the question behind the SFPD Auxiliary’s upcoming contest and fundraiser, scheduled for December 5 at 7 p.m.