On Saturday, October 5 the arts council hosted a fundraiser at the Meramec Music Theater – an “Art of the Car” Cruise-in.
The Steelville man charged last month with stealing a city truck and other items from the Steelville Utilities Department, in addition to another vehicle from a residence outside the city limits, now faces more charges related to yet another vehicle theft from August.
In 1959, two young men were sent from St. Louis to San Diego for boot camp in the U.S. Navy. They were separated shortly afterward, but reunited just last month in Steelville.
Progress continues to be made on the project to update the town campus of the Steelville School District. Demolition work on the old school building is nearing completion, and the school board has awarded a contract to a construction company to create a new entry point for the elementary cafeteria and to build a new elementary gymnasium.
Dinner out on the town takes on a new meaning when you travel around to sample delicious foods at a variety of local businesses. The 2019 Progressive Dinner, sponsored by the Steelville Area Chamber of Commerce, was held on Tuesday, September 24. The theme was “Fun Down in the Country,” and the event included stops at four Chamber businesses in the community, and the opportunity to enjoy both good food and good conversation.