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Volunteers offer help with chores

    Two St. James groups are offering up their services free of charge to the community in the coming weeks. Don’t miss out on our chance to get some yard work, laundry or other chores done by some friendly volunteers.

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Choir hosting annual dinner

    St. James High School choir students will be hosting their 12th Annual Choir Dinner and Silent Auction on November 15. This year, the event is Disney-themed and students will serve food, catered by Matt’s Steakhouse, and provide entertainment throughout the evening.

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Hashagen elected state board officer

    On October 20, during the quarterly meeting of the Brain Injury Advisory Council, held in Jefferson City, Rich Hashagen was elected to serve as vice chairman. Governor Matt Blunt originally appointed Hashagen to the Missouri Brain Injury Advisory Council in 2008 as a family member representative of a brain-injured person. He was reappointed by Governor Jay Nixon in 2013 to continue to serve as a council member.

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American Legion Auxiliary Post 81 News

    A small, but enthusiastic group of members of the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 81 of Bourbon met at the Legion Post on Tuesday evening, January 20.  Treasurer Francie Rohrer conducted the business meeting. 

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Bourbon Community Center receives grant

    The Bourbon Area Community Center received a grant of $1,000 from the Bourbon Community Foundation to help with the new lighting project at the center.  Foundation President, Mary Heywood presented the check to Barb Condren at the center last week.

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Former city employee charged with stealing utility payments

A former employee at Bourbon City Hall has been charged with monetary theft. Authorities believe she unlawfully took payments made by city utility customers and then “cooked the books” to avoid any signs of malfeasance.

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