It’s homecoming week in Steelville, and high school students are participating in Spirit Days leading up to the boys basketball games and coronation of this year’s king and queen on Friday, January 22.
A Steelville man faces a felony charge after allegedly firing a gun into the air at the bowling alley on December 29, 2020.
Tuesday, January 19, is the last day for anyone interested in serving on local boards in the community to declare their intentions to run for a seat. There are positions open on the governing boards for the local school district, 911, the ambulance district, and the Salem hospital or as an alderman on the city council. Voters will make their selections from those candidates at the April 6 Municipal Election.
Steelville High School Basketball Homecoming will be held on Friday, January 22. Restrictions for game attendance are still in place. School staff ask that individuals who want to obtain general admission tickets to contact the high school office on Thursday, January 21 at 9 a.m.
Goals accomplished and still on the agenda were the topic of conversation at the first Steelville City Council meeting of the new year, held January 4. Mayor Terry Beckham reviewed goals he had set following his election to the leadership role in June, and Alderman Bill Bennett presented a list of things he’d like to see done in the city in the future.