Crawford County’s positive COVID-19 cases has passed the 100 mark, totaling 111 as of Monday, August 17. That shows an increase of 34 cases over the previous week when the total was 77 on August 10. On Monday August 3, the total was 58.
The 2020 Crawford County Tax Sale will take place on Monday, August 24 at the courthouse.
Steelville City Council members have approved a potential employee sharing agreement with the city of Viburnum.
The Phelps/Maries Health Department reported 44 new confirmed COVID-19 cases over the last week, with the total number of cases jumping from 98 on August 10 to 142 confirmed cases on August 17.
The fourth drowning of the summer in Crawford County was reported on Saturday, August 15.
Missouri Lt. Governor Mike Kehoe visited the area on Thursday, August 13, making a stop at Chandler Sawmill near Bixby to talk about what good Internet connectivity means to rural America and how Steelville Telephone Exchange was bringing service to the area.
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