NRCS, MDC partner to improve conservation delivery to Missourians

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) signed an agreement today with USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) to provide support for a staff of biologists, private land conservationists, and wetland specialists to help deliver specialized fish, forest, wildlife and wetland resource conservation planning and other assistance to Missouri landowners.

Pottery show features local artists’ tableware

The Ozark Potters' Guild, an amazing and talented local group of ceramic artists, is once again offering a unique pottery show. It is titled Ceramic Tableware: Art in Service, and the work of the members of the guild: Julie Balogh Brand, Rob Bowness, Stu Ha'o, Jamie Smith, Mickey Allen and Kate Sachs, along with special invited guests, will be on display and for sale during this show, which opens on Thursday, November 7 at Gallery Zeke. 

MOCA Head Start celebrates 55 years

    The Missouri Ozarks Community Action (MOCA) head Start celebrated Head Start’s 55th year on Thursday, October 10. Members of the City of St. James, St. James School District, and supporters of the Head Start program attended a proclamation signing by Mayor Rick Krawiecki, announcing October as Head Start Awareness Month.

Fourteen selected to All-District bands

    St. James high school band students auditioned on October 8 for a spot on several All-District bands, with all fourteen students who auditioned making a spot or alternate. They will now rehearse and perform with other students from the district who were selected on November 2 in Waynesville.

Pelvic Physical Therapy presentation held by county MU Women’s Extension

    Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital’s Therapy & Wellness Center’s Pelvic Physical Therapy Specialist, Kerri Wallace, spoke to the Crawford County MU Women’s Extension group on Wednesday, October 2, about a variety of pelvic issues.