Payton Dodd and Bailey Wells were crowned homecoming king and queen during Friday night’s homecoming coronation. The crowning was held in front of a limited crowd at the multipurpose field prior to the football game against Hermann.
The Bourbon School District has announced that its summer feeding program, which provided free meals to all students has been extended through the end of 2020.
Despite reporting a new COVID-19 case at Cuba High School last week, the district’s quarantine numbers took a big drop. As of Friday, the school reported 22 teachers and students are now off campus due to potential exposures to the coronavirus.
More research will need to be completed before the Steelville City Council will make a determination on a request to waive insurance requirements for a pit bull dog living inside the city limits. The dog is a service animal and as such, there are questions on whether the requirement applies.
Registration and sponsors are now being accepted for the Seventh Annual Team Anita Golf Benefit. This year’s event will be held on October 10 at the Oak Meadow Country Club in Rolla and will benefit local cancer patients. Registration closes on October 5.
Free meals will be offered to local children in the Steelville School District beginning next week. On Friday, September 11, Steelville Schools Superintendent Mike Whittaker announced the district had received word that it qualifies for the “Free Meals for All Students” program. The program falls under the USDA, which announced the extension of the summer meal programs in order to continue to serve free meals to all children into the fall months, as funding allows.