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Steelville News

SHS seniors planning 5K run on Valentine’s Day

    The Steelville High School senior class will host a “Run Your Heart Out” 5K run/walk on Saturday, February 14 at Steelville Community Park to benefit the 2015 Project Graduation, which ensures a safe, drug- and alcohol-free celebration for SHS seniors.

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Filing closes for local boards on January 20

    This is the last week to file as a candidate to serve on local boards. The last day to declare candidacy with the individual entities is Tuesday, January 20 and the spring election to fill the positions will take place on Tuesday, April 7.

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Landlord asks city for ‘common courtesy’

    A request for courtesy calls from the city to landlords sparked a heated discussion at Steelville’s city council meeting held on January 5. Nancy Montgomery, who owns an apartment complex in Steelville with her son, was frustrated by the city’s response to a request for communication regarding shutoffs of utilities.

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School may share city park management

    The city of Steelville and Steelville School District are moving closer to an agreement for the district to oversee a portion of the Community Park. The conversation is under way to find a mutually beneficial agreement between the two entities to maintain and operate the center section of the park that contains ball diamonds, the track and the field used for football and soccer.

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Family fight ends in assault charges for mom

A New Year’s argument between a mother and son led to assault charges against the woman who allegedly stabbed her son with a knife in the altercation. Pamela Sue Crider, 54, of Steelville, has been charged with class B felony domestic assault in the first degree as a result of the January 1 incident.

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