Huzzah Valley Resort is celebrating 40 years in business in 2019. Starting out with just a handful of canoes and a few campsites, the Cottrell family has grown the resort by enormous proportions, and provided not only a destination for visitors to enjoy the beauty of the outdoors in this area, but also a place for many local people to work during the tourist season, and an economic support to a number of local businesses.
A Steelville woman faces assault charges after reportedly attacking another woman in April. A child was also injured during the altercation. As a result, Brandy Peanick, 37, faces charges for class D felony third-degree assault (special victim) and class E felony third degree assault.
A Main Street icon in Steelville has closed after 42 years in business. Lovan’s Antiques and Jewelry is no longer open, after Ike and June Lovan decided to retire and sell their storefront.
A capacity crowd of family, friends, teachers, and fellow students bid farewell to 58 members of the Class of 2019 during graduation ceremonies held in Simmons Auditorium at Steelville High School Sunday afternoon.
Karen Weber and Joyce Hartzell of the Crawford County Optimist Club presented a check for $231 to Steelville Superintendent Mike Whittaker. Past donations from fundraisers have gone to helping with computer deposits for students at Bourbon Schools and to clubs from Cuba High School and 4-H groups who helped with the Christmas light display.