BOOK DONATION – Laura Martin (center) of Steelville Telephone Exchange is joined by Lucy Harmon (left) and Lawson Campbell to show off the December Book Buzz books recently donated to the Steelville School library by STE as part of Three Rivers Publishing’s Newspapers In Education program.
Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital is pleased to announce Emily Kurtz as the new Certified Athletic Trainer for the Crawford County R-11 School District. She will be providing medical support for the athletes in the school’s sports programs, working with Ryan Bobbitt, Athletics/Activities Director.
Your Community Cares Rural Health Coalition (YCCRHC) is lifting the stigma of drug addiction and educating the public about substance misuse and life-saving measures. Over 20 local mid-Missouri corporate and private entities have joined together and now are implementing the plans developed in 2019 with the support of a one-million-dollar, three-year federal grant.
Steelville’s City Council met on January 6 and aldermen heard plans to implement a procurement manual and make improvements on city property. New owners of an old restaurant were introduced, a resident requested usage of City Hall for an auction, and the council changed upcoming meeting dates.
Steelville High School will celebrate Homecoming on Friday, January 17. The boys basketball teams will play St. James, with games beginning at 6 p.m., and coronation of the king and queen will take place between the JV and varsity games.
Following concerns raised within the city of Steelville, Comptroller Roben Griggs has been placed on probation and required to follow a performance improvement plan designed by the city council.