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Two seniors were crowned as the 2015 homecoming king and queen: Jacob Beers and Carlee Diaz. The coronation took place as part of homecoming festivities at Steelville High School on Friday, January 23...
Cuba police responding to a domestic disturbance call at 1 a.m. on Sunday, January 18 got more than what they bargained for. Authorities suspect that a man involved in the disturbance with his girlfriend may have set fire to his own home and then died in the fire. The matter is still under investigation.
Two seniors were crowned as the 2015 homecoming king and queen: Jacob Beers and Carlee Diaz. The coronation took place as part of homecoming festivities at Steelville High School on Friday, January 23.
Gov. Jay Nixon provided additional details Monday about two proposals he is making to help care for Missouri’s veterans. Speaking in Jefferson City to the Missouri Association of Veterans Organizations, the Governor talked about his plans to complete $14.5 million in needed repair and renovations at four of the homes, and to construct a new veterans’ home to reduce the list of veterans waiting...
The 2014 Farm Bill contains several provisions that enable farmers and landowners to make decisions regarding their involvement in federal farm programs. Landowners will have the opportunity to reallocate base acres on individual farms as well as update yield information that is used to determine some farm program payments.
JEFFERSON CITY, MO – The State of Missouri, as part of a 25-state purchasing consortium that includes Texas, Michigan, and Wisconsin, entered into an agreement on Jan. 22, 2015 to begin using Viekira for Medicaid patients with Hepatitis C who meet certain medical criteria. Viekira was recently approved by the FDA on Dec. 19, 2014.
If there was a way to beautify a landscape, lower the cost of maintaining it, and help wildlife in the process, it would seem to be a natural choice. Selecting native plants can achieve all these goals . . . and it's something just about any homeowner in the St. Louis region can do.
Art in the Park is coming back to Steelville this spring and promises another enjoyable day of creative fun for people of all ages. The annual event, sponsored by the Steelville Arts Council, is scheduled for Saturday, April 25 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Steelville Community Park.