Goals accomplished and still on the agenda were the topic of conversation at the first Steelville City Council meeting of the new year, held January 4. Mayor Terry Beckham reviewed goals he had set following his election to the leadership role in June, and Alderman Bill Bennett presented a list of things he’d like to see done in the city in the future.
After a week in the top spot for its COVID-19 infection rate, then a week in third place, Crawford County has dropped to 20th in the state of Missouri as reported on the state’s website on Monday.
Students at Bourbon High School are celebrating homecoming this week. Activities began on Monday and will conclude with the annual homecoming basketball games and coronations ceremony on Friday.
The Cuba City Council held its first meeting of the new year on Thursday, January 7, where Mayor Cody Leathers said thank you again to all those involved getting the electric back online after a New Year’s Day ice storm took out a transformer, knocking out power for 48 hours in parts of the city.
As educators seek more creative ways to support students’ learning, a key resource for schools is the local public library. Now, Crawford County Library District and Cuba High School have formed an innovative new partnership to increase students’ access to ebooks and digital audiobooks by combining the library’s and school’s digital reading resources in one app.
Bird-feeding provides year-round enjoyment for some people, but interest in this activity increases in winter. Feeding birds is a great way to learn about different species and it’s an activity that can be enjoyed by the entire family.