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Stabbing leads to assault charges

    Assault charges have been filed against the St. Clair man accused of stabbing another man in the leg and back during an altercation that took place on June 25 at a Crawford County residence in Sullivan.

City planning $400,000 in road improvements

    The city of Cuba is planning to do about $400,000 in road improvements during its 2021-22 fiscal year, with the bulk of the work due to be completed this summer. Funds for the projects were included in this year’s budget, which was approved by the city council in late June and began on July 1.

Mercy to begin requiring COVID-19 vaccine for co-workers as of Sept. 30

    Mercy co-workers will be required to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, effective Sept. 30.

Missouri State Highway Patrol seeks commercial vehicle officer applicants

    The Missouri State Highway Patrol, a premiere law enforcement agency, is seeking qualified applicants for the position of commercial vehicle officer. The Patrol is encouraging qualified individuals of all backgrounds to apply and will offer testing/interviews at General Headquarters in Jefferson City, Missouri.

City approves annual budget

    “I feel that this budget—I have looked it over, worked it through many, many times—and I feel confident in this budget that we can stay within our means,” said Steelville City Comptroller Roben Griggs, when she presented the annual budget for approval to the city council on June 21.