Steelville alumni gathered in the front hall of the old school building on the downtown campus for one last time last week. Those present were ones who had fond memories of the place and wanted a chance to say goodbye to the historic structure before it is demolished.
Ken Richardson Knives on Main Street in Steelville offers the famous Richardson family knives and much more for shoppers. The business, now run by brothers Jeff and Jake and employing several family members, carries on the tradition of quality begun by their father 44 years ago.
Steelville has a newly renovated, beautiful home available for vacation rentals. The Saltsman House, originally built in 1923 and located at 202 South Spring Street, is owned by Patricia Gray and available for rental through AirBNB.com and at saltsmanhouse.com.
The city of St. James is moving forward with a major storm-water project that will completely rework how water flows from Meramec Street into the city park. Work has been ongoing throughout June and will completely alter how rain water travels to Lake Scioto.
The Phelps County Genealogical Society will present “Impressions of the Civil War in the West” by Dan Woodward at 2 p.m. on Sunday, June 23, 2019 at the Wellington Club House, 1200 East 10th Street, Rolla (one block east of Social Security Office).
First Baptist Church of Steelville is pleased to announce the recent arrival of their new Pastor Rick Haggett and wife Cheryl.