Tensions ran high in two Steelville City Council meetings during discussions about contracting for a School Resource Officer (SRO) with the Steelville School District. Both meetings included raised voices and emotional pleas, and the second meeting resulted in Police Chief Mike Sherman’s abrupt departure near the end. That meeting ended with the council deadlocked on how to proceed.
Two Dewey Street residents – Terry Garrison and Ken Sumner – approached the Steelville City Council on September 5 to ask for help in resolving a drainage issue.
Rain may have dampened the area at the end of Harvest Festival 2018, but not the spirits of those who came out to enjoy the festivities anyway. In spite of hard rain on Friday and drizzle through much of Saturday, many still attended the annual rodeo and parade. The festival’s theme for this year was “Home Sweet Home.”
Timber Adams is the 2018 Harvest Festival Queen. She was crowned at the annual pageant held on Thursday, September 6 at the Meramec Music Theatre.
Riding for a Reason is a non-profit organization with a simple mission: To raise awareness for colorectal cancer prevention and to raise money to help individuals or organizations in need. The group works to make this happen by doing what they love – riding ATVs and side-by-sides.