The Steelville School District has announced it will suspend classes beginning Wednesday, March 18, through Friday, April 3, in response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. All athletic events and activities planned during that period have also been canceled.
After extensive consultation by officials with the Rally in the 100 Acre Wood with local and national health departments, governmental officials, community members, competitors and volunteers, as well as officials from the American Rally Association, the ARA National rally scheduled for March 20-21 in Missouri has been canceled.
The Steelville Arts Council (STARCO) will host two workshops for children ages nine to 12 this spring. Both will meet at Heartland Arts, located on Main Street across from First Community National Bank.
To know the direction art is heading in the twenty-first century, just watch what college and university art students are creating. The Steelville Arts Council is presenting the seventh annual exhibition of art from students who are currently attending colleges and universities at Gallery Zeke throughout the month of March.
Steelville’s city council adopted a vegetation management plan presented by City Superintendent Jason Evans at its February 18 meeting. The plan provides specifications for trimming, removal, and clearing of trees and brush along electrical lines and roadways in the city.