Organizers for restoring the gazebo to the Crawford County Courthouse lawn in Steelville approached the city council on Monday night to ask about the possibility of putting the old gazebo roof onto a structure on city-owned property instead of county property. The Crawford County Commission voted last month not to move forward with the rebuilding project at the courthouse, leaving those who have worked on the plan with the roof from the old bandstand but nothing to put it on. The roof has been sitting on a parked trailer on the old city hall property by Yadkin Creek.
Steelville has some tasty water – and won a contest to prove it! The Missouri Rural Water Association holds a Show Me Tap Water Roundup each year, inviting all public water suppliers to enter the challenge. The City of Steelville entered this year and took second place overall, out of approximately 40 cities involved in the contest.
A Steelville man stands charged with 12 different felonies after law enforcement allegedly found him in possession of drugs and guns on April 27.
The Steelville R-3 School Board held two meetings in the month of April, discussing the following items of business:
Love your pet? Would you like to have a drawing or painting done of them? Well, now is your chance! Steelville Arts Council will host a pet portraiture commission art show titled “Cats & Dogs; Horses & Cows! Oh! My!” this year at Gallery Zeke on Main Street. This exhibit will run from May 16 to 25 with an opening reception on Saturday, May 18 from 1 to 4 p.m. to meet and greet the artists.