Missouri 4-H has received a Day of Service grant of $80,985 from the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS), the federal agency for volunteering and service.
In the wake of COVID-19, Missourians are seeking more ways to transact business without leaving home and today, the Department of Social Services, Child Support program announces parents may now use Apple Pay, Google Pay, and PayPal to make their monthly child support payment.
At the July 7 Steelville City Council meeting, recently elected Alderman Duane DeRennaux provided an extensive report of issues found at the Community Park when he and counterpart Tamra Cape conducted a walk-through of the facility. The two were named by the mayor as the council members to sit on the parks committee.
There have now been 23 confirmed positive COVID-19 cases in Crawford County. According to numbers posted on the Crawford County Health Department (CCHD) Facebook page on Monday, July 13, of those 23 cases, there are six active cases, 17 released from isolation, and two positive serology (antibody testing). There have been 1,789 negative results for COVID-19 tests.
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic didn’t put much of a damper on Saturday’s Crawford County Youth in Ag Sale. Despite there being fewer animals offered than in 2019, and no bacon auctioned, the sale brought in $205,595.85 in gross sales, which was down just about $16,000 from last year’s sale at the Crawford County Fair.
A historic cemetery in Bourbon was recently vandalized. Hill Cemetery located off Route 66 had 29 headstones knocked over or broken. In one instance, a plot had the bench seat removed and tossed at the headstone, shattering it.