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Last updateFri, 18 Apr 2014 10am

Steelville News

Police chief pay increase approved, with additional duties-UPDATED

    Steelville Mayor Terry Palmer had to break a tie vote between aldermen to approve an increase in salary for the city marshal at the city council meeting on February 19. The salary for that position had not been raised in eight years, and can’t be increased during a term of office since it is an elected position.

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Leathers will assist city in development process

    Mardy Leathers, representing Cuba Development Group (CDG), will be working with the city of Steelville as it looks to find ways to develop the property it owns around the former San Val building. The land is also connected to property that is the proposed site for a new lodging facility in the town.

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City rejects offer to sell San Val Building, citing a delinquent bill owed by developer

    The city of Steelville has declined the proposal from Michael Conaway, president of Circle C Bottling Company, to purchase the former San Val building that is now owned by the city. Mayor Terry Palmer reported the city determined not to pursue the proposal because Conaway has a delinquent utility account with the city dating back to 2008.

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Rally begins in Steelville Friday

    Rally cars will race into Steelville this week as drivers and teams from all over the world gather for the Rally in the 100 Acre Wood. This is the second race of the Rally America National Championship series, and will take place in Steelville and the surrounding area Friday and Saturday. This event will feature some of the most popular action sports drivers competing for a win on the local roads, and will offer fans the opportunity to meet those drivers and teams, too.

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SHS homecoming royalty crowned-PHOTO GALLERY

    Royalty was crowned Friday night at Steelville High School’s annual homecoming celebration. King Caleb Earney and Queen Cayman Cottrell were crowned between the JV and varsity games in front of a packed gymnasium of Steelville Cardinal fans.

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