Steelville drivers should see some new paving on city streets, hopefully before the winter cold arrives.
Steelville will no longer have a limit on the number of police officers allowed at one time. Council members have agreed to change the ordinance that gives a specific number of personnel for the city’s police ordinance.
The Steelville Tourism Committee and the Steelville Police Department would like to invite area businesses and organizations to participate in the 14th annual Pumpkin Village at the Greenway Trail and City Park on Saturday, October 29, beginning at 6 p.m. The theme for this year is “Lights Out–Frights Out.”
Bargains for Missions is under new management after a handing of the baton from Eagle Flight Ministries to Purpose Ministries earlier this year. “Growth is good, and it is a blessing to see a group of believers work together to fulfill and reach those with needs,” said Cindy Martin, founder of Eagle Flight Ministries.
Steelville Schools will celebrate Veterans Day with a lunch and program on Friday, November 11 at the Meramec Music Theatre.