A long-delayed spring grass-growing season with frequent rains didn’t give days for making hay. Regrowth season just ahead holds promise, says a University of Missouri forage specialist.
If misery loves company, when it comes to corn and soybean planting there is plenty of love throughout the Midwest, says University of Missouri Extension agronomist Bill Wiebold.
Missouri residents, who have been displaced from their homes due to damage caused by the recent tornadoes, are eligible to stay in any Missouri State Park campground without cost.
The Crawford County R-1 Board of Education met in open session on Thursday, May 16 to conduct the following items of business:
St. James Schools Athletic Director Greg Harlan spoke to the St. James Board of Education during a meeting on May 16, reviewing the numbers of students involved in sports this year and recommending fees for outside entities renting school facilities. In his proposal, he suggested a range of fees depending on what facilities could be rented by non-school affiliated organizations.
The former Crawford County courthouse gazebo will find new life in a new location in Steelville. City council members voted on Monday, May 21 to allow construction of a base for the old roof to the structure in the grassy area located between the community building and the post office.