In an article in the “Sullivan Independent News,” residents asked the county to take over Crow Lane. Mr. Boast said the county had situations with other roads. One road was Jinney Lane. He said a county worker maintained the road for two decades because a relative lived there.
The Missouri House of Representatives is voting on a measure that would limit our right to vote for whom we want in primary elections.
A professional engineering study was conducted on the old (Steelville) Middle School condition and it was determined that the cost would be around $5.7 million to rehabilitate the facility. Integrity Engineering conducted this assessment and it was their professional opinion that rehabilitation is not an economically feasible option.
Have you ever been more enthused about our elected officials in Washington then you are now? I know I haven’t been.
Citizens of the Steelville School District have an opportunity to truly make a difference in the education of our youth by voting yes on Proposition S. In the past year, I served on the Citizens Action Committee for the Steelville school board and learned of the many problems in our school structures.
This poem is in reply to Mr. Drone's last week.
A nice poem, Mister Drone
And is even quite cheery