Winter weather has caused several school cancellations in Steelville over the past couple of weeks. As a result, the school calendar has changed to reflect the necessary additions to dates that school will be in session.
Four candidates are vying for the office of mayor in Steelville, and there are races for both seats that will open for aldermen on the city council, too. Voters will also select three of four candidates for the Steelville School Board and choose a member to serve on the county 911 board. The determinations will be made at the April 7 election. Voters must be registered by March 11 in order to cast a ballot on that date.
Clayton Earhart, RPh, of Country Mart Pharmacy, is joined by Lexi Cassidy (left) and Zayne Sanders (right) to show off the January Book Buzz books recently donated to the Steelville School library as part of Three Rivers Publishing’s Newspapers In Education program.
University of Missouri Extension and the Crawford County Extension Homemakers Association are proud to host Dr. Cameron Wick in Steelville. The presentation will be held on Thursday, January 23 at Golden Echoes Senior Center in Steelville beginning at noon.
In spite of a new flood plain study that could raise the base elevation at the downtown campus of the Steelville School District by two- to three-and-a-half feet, putting the entirety of it below flood plain elevation, the school board voted to continue with the current construction projects as they have been designed.