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Unwanted dogs to get another chance for a new home

    Abandoned dogs in Steelville will soon have another opportunity to find a new home, thanks to a cooperative effort between the city and a group of volunteers.

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Steelville Christmas features lights, carols, Santa and Elsa

    Steelville’s Christmas celebrations on Saturday included a special tree-lighting ceremony near city hall and a drive-through Christmas display at the Community Park, sponsored by the Steelville Area Chamber of Commerce.

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SFPD warns of safety hazards with Christmas lights

    Christmas lights are a festive addition to the season, but should be lit with care to prevent the possibility of fire.
    Steelville Fire Protection District (SFPD) Chief Steven Lefler warned people about the safety hazards potentially involved in plugging in strings of lights, both indoors and outdoors.

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First Miss Steelville, Junior Miss crowned - PHOTO GALLERY

    Two local girls had the honor of being crowned the first ever Miss Steelville and Junior Miss Steelville in a new pageant held at the Meramec Music Theatre on Friday, December 12. The 2014 Miss Steelville was Lacey Haskell and the 2014 Junior Miss Steelville was Liberty Isles. The pageant was sponsored by the Steelville Area Chamber of Commerce.

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Prince and Princess crowned at Christmas pageant - PHOTO GALLERY

    Steelville’s 2014 Christmas Prince and Princess were crowned at the Meramec Music Theatre on Friday, December 12 during the 27th Annual Children’s Pageant. Adalei Perkins was named this year’s princess and Trentin Garrison was prince. First runner up to the princess was Kaylee-Ann Pitts and first runner up to the prince was Tucker Garrison.

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