Seniors Sophie Case and Tyler Davis were crowned the 2022 Steelville High School Prom King and Queen on Saturday, April 23.
Following an incident earlier this month where a Steelville man was allegedly involved in a fight at a local gas station, the Crawford County Prosecuting Attorney charged him with assault in that case and with property damage for an incident that dates back more than a year to March 7, 2021.
The Steelville High School Theatre Department will present “Clue,” written by Sandy Rustin at the Paul E. Simmons Auditorium on Friday and Saturday, April 29 and 30 at 7 p.m. each evening.
“If I were to be asked why I do art, I would have to say it’s because I cannot, not do art.” explains artist Gene Huebner.
Huebner, of St. James, is the featured artist for the month of May at Heartland Arts Gallery and Gifts. The show title is “The Steelville Landscape and More Art Show.” His paintings will be featured and available for purchase during the entire month of May. On May 7, from noon until 2 p.m., drop in and meet Huebner in person to view his work and get a first-hand account of his art philosophy.
In a discussion prompted by Steelville Alderman Bill Bennett at its April 18 meeting, the city council discussed the members’ visions for the upcoming year and further into the future for the town.