Final Missouri S&T lecture in Missouri Bicentennial focuses on state’s most famous military leaders

Missouri’s most famous military leaders – three generals who played prominent roles in the 20th century’s two world wars – are the subjects of the final talk of a Missouri Bicentennial Alliance Lecture Series presented by Missouri University of Science and Technology.

Tiger Trot raises money for students

    The first annual Tiger Trot, aimed at raising money to provide St. James R-1 students with gifts for the holidays, was held on Saturday. Pleasant weather brought out a large crowd of participants as they competed in 5K and 10K events.

Museum offering free ornaments

    As the year comes to an end, the Crawford County Historical Society Museum is celebrating with an exhibit of holiday trees. Each tree is meticulously decorated with vintage and antique themes using hats, hankies, and lace.

Masons present $4,350 to help students in need

Steelville Masons with the Lebanon Masonic Lodge No. 77 presented a check for $4,350 from the Masonic Home of Missouri to school personnel last week.

Collector’s and Assessor’s office will be closed on December 24, 31

• Taxpayers should plan ahead to make payments on time
    All Crawford County offices will be closed for Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve, including the Assessor’s and Collector’s offices. This means annual tax payments may not be made at the office on the last day of the year when they are due. There are a number of options available to make tax payments on time, however, in order to avoid late penalties and fees.

Homeless man faces burglary and assault charges

    A homeless man from the Owensville area stands charged with burglary and assault in Crawford County after allegedly violating an order of protection and threatening three people.