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SJMS classrooms may be completed by April

    Construction at the middle and high schools is moving ahead on schedule. So far, very few issues have been encountered and the district remains on time and on budget for completion of the project.

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Chamber giving honors Friday

    The St. James Chamber of Commerce will be holding its annual dinner and awards ceremony on Friday at Matt’s Steakhouse. Every year, the Chamber recognized citizens, businesses, and organizations for their many contributions made throughout the year. This year’s keynote speaker is Walter Branson, vice chancellor of Finance and Administration at the Missouri University of Science and Technology.

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School announces long-range plans

    Representatives from Ittner Architectural Leadership presented the final district-wide facilities master plan to the St. James Board of Education on January 16. The plan outlines immediate and long-term facilities needs that will be used by the district to improve its facilities over the next 15 to 20 years. Planning involved meeting with staff and residents to determine what areas of improvement the district should tackle and what needs were most necessary moving forward.

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New school resource officer now on duty

    St. James schools have a new resource officer. Officer Roy Bell will step in to serve at the schools after discussions to bring the position back to the district. Bell will serve the schools for 10 months a year, the St. James Police Department for a month and a half and get vacation for the remaining weeks.

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Veterans Home workers earns prestigious award

    The Missouri Veterans Home-St. James recently announced that Robert “Bob” Terry, food service manager, is the Missouri Veterans Commission January 2014 Employee of the Month. This is a prestigious award as Terry competed against other employees from six other veterans homes across the state as well as the Commission’s Cemetery and Veteran’s Service Office programs. 

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Fun run will benefit late firefighter's daughter

    Freezin’ for a Reason’s second annual 5K Walk/Run will benefit the daughter of a Rolla firefighter who lost his life in a vehicle accident. The event will be held on Saturday, February 22 in St. James.

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