Municipal Utilities is expanding how it tracks materials, labor, and equipment usage, utilizing a work order system to get more accurate numbers of what projects cost in St. James. Public Works Director Lyle Thomas explained the new tracking method is slowly being rolled out, but will give the city a better idea of total costs involved.
Missouri Humanities Council Executive Director Dr. Steve Belko was the guest speaker during Friday night’s St. James Chamber of Commerce annual awards dinner. Belko spoke about ongoing efforts to bring a Native American history museum to St. James.
Enrollment in the city of Cuba’s new mass notification system has been going well, Emergency Preparedness Director Rodney Neff told the city council on February 4. More than 750 people have already enrolled for the service.
Pianist Lindsay Garritson will perform Friday, Feb. 14, at 4 p.m. at East Central College Hanson Hall 105.
Totes for Tots and Teens delivered 30 duffel bags and hygiene supply kits to the Cuba CASA office, which shares them with four other offices in their District. Ann Mullen of Cuba CASA (Count Appointed Special Advocates), presented items to other CASA offices and Children’s Division (CD) offices.
Kohl’s of Washington recently donated some of their excess Kohl’s Cares® Program books and accompanying plush characters to Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital’s Emergency Department for their pediatric patients.