Crawford County resident Ed Worley, who once served as presiding county commissioner, has been back in attendance at commission meetings during the month of May. Worley has attended meetings on several occasions over the past year to voice his concerns with the manner in which current county officials run the local government. In his most recent visits to the weekly commission meetings, Worley presented a list of questions, complained about another newspaper’s coverage of those queries, argued with another county resident and business owner, and then came back the following week to respond to some of the accusations made at that time.
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A committee has recently been established to oversee the operations of the Fairview Cemetery at Butts Missouri.
On April 30, Totes For Tots and Teens delivered 20 duffle bags and 20 emergency hygiene kits to Janet Jones of the Crawford County Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) office in Cuba.
The Crawford County Library District is “rockin” with excitement as we “tune up” for the 2018 Summer Reading Program. The theme this year is “Libraries Rock!” and we are planning a “gig” that’s sure to keep our patrons “jammin” through the summer! But, we’re not just “singing” about it! We’re preparing to “dig” in and explore some of the geological features that make Missouri a “gem” of a place to be!
Franky Todd has been recognized by the Missouri Association of Public Administrators with the Public Administrator of the Year Award. The announcement came at the annual conference of statewide public administrators, held in April at Poplar Bluff.