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Senior Center will be closed Thursday and Friday

    October and November birthdays and anniversaries were celebrated at the Bourbon Senior Meals and Activities Program on November 21. 2019. October birthdays were Dorothy Benthal and Randy Tyree. November birthdays were Francie Rohrer and Alice Vali. November anniversary of 27 years was Bill and Dorothy Benthal.

Ceres to make her return to Missouri Capitol in early December

The Office of Administration announced today that the renovation of Ceres is nearing completion and that she would be returning to the Missouri State Capitol in early December. On December 6th, Ceres will be back in Jefferson City, Missouri, and will be erected vertically for public viewing.

MDC reports November firearms deer harvest ends with 178,936

Preliminary data from the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) shows that deer hunters in Missouri harvested 178,936 deer during the November portion of fall firearms deer season, Nov. 16- 26. Of the 178,936 deer harvested, 91,420 were antlered bucks, 17,237 were button bucks, and 70,279 were does.

Forged in Gold commemorative history of Missouri S&T available for pre-order

As Missouri University of Science and Technology prepares to celebrate its 150th anniversary in 2020, a commemorative, coffee table-style history book about the university is now available for pre-order.

Santa Claus to visit Dillard Mill State Historic Site Dec. 12 

Dillard Mill State Historic Site invites visitors to meet Santa and Mrs. Claus from noon to 2 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 14. Santa Claus is gearing up for his Christmas deliveries and has once again contacted Dillard Mill to grind special oats for his reindeer. This free event will be at the mill where Santa and Mrs. Claus will hand out ornaments and candy to children. Bring your camera and dress for the weather. Hot cocoa and cookies will be served.

Community rallied to put Tigers wrestlers into their new home

    Thirteen years in and the St. James High School wrestling team finally has a home to call its own.
    The Tigers wrestling program has been the gypsy of St. James High School athletics in its 13 years of existence, moving from one practice facility to another on a near-regular basis over the past several seasons. This season St. James wrestlers will be in its fifth practice facility in the past seven years.