Area law enforcement officials continued looking for a missing St. James woman last week and conducted an extensive search near Rosati on Friday, with little new information found.
As part of the Lions International Youth Camp and Exchange, 16 youth came to visit Missouri, housed by Camp Brimshire. During their weeklong trip, the visitors from across the globe toured important Missouri sites and had host families hold activities for them.
Three students from the Missouri University of Science and Technology came to speak at the James Memorial Public Library Tuesday as part of the summer reading program. From three different foreign countries, the speakers talked to those in attendance about the differences of learning at a young age in their native countries.
Area students will be returning for another year of school beginning on Friday, August 13. Parents and students should be aware of some upcoming dates that will be important in the coming weeks.
Fairground vendors interested in having a booth during this year’s 80th Annual Grape and Fall Festival should fill out an application as soon as possible. The St. James Chamber of Commerce is again offering vendors the opportunity to set up a booth at the fairgrounds, but applications are due by August 15.