Fri10312014

Last updateThu, 30 Oct 2014 11am

News

Golf tournament raises $17,000 for Veterans Home

    Golfers enjoyed a beautiful day as they played in support of the St. James Missouri Veterans Home. The 14th Annual St. James Assistance League Golf Tournament was held on August 11 and 26 teams competed at the St. James Golf Course to support the veteran residents at the facility.

Register to read more...

Assault suspect captured

    St. James Police assisted the Maries County Sheriff’s Office arrest a suspect who allegedly stabbed and cut a man’s throat. Police arrested Christopher M. Hagan, 36, of Vienna, at Finn’s Motel in St. James after a short investigation.

Register to read more...

Festival starts Wednesday, Sept. 6

    The 81st Annual Grape and Fall Festival returns next Wednesday and runs through September 6. Activities will have visitors filling the Nelson Hart Community Park throughout the weekend.

Register to read more...

Golden Living Center gets high marks

    The Golden Living Center (GLC) has been recognized as a 2014 recipient of the Gold- Excellence in Quality National Quality Award presented by the American Health Care Association and the National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL). This is the first time a long-term provider has won the award three years in a row. The ceremony will be held at the AHCA/NCAL 65th Annual Convention and Exposition in October.

Register to read more...

School leaves tax levy as is

    The St. James Board of Education voted August 21 to hold the district’s tax levy at the current rate. A public hearing was held to allow for citizen input, but none was heard. Board members felt now is not the appropriate time to raise the levy, which it could do by law.

Register to read more...

Party planned at football field

    A community tailgate party and ribbon-cutting ceremony are scheduled for this Friday, August 29, to mark the official opening of the new track and football field. The St. James Tiger Football team will be hosting their first home game of the season against Houston and board of education members will serve hamburgers, hotdogs, and refreshments to the public at no charge.

Read more...