Crawford County News

Town hall meeting addresses opioid epidemic

    Members of the law enforcement community, medical professionals, and people who have personally dealt with the effects of addiction came together to speak to the public on the problem of the opioid epidemic in the local area. A town-hall-style meeting was held at the Steelville Community Building on July 10, and was sponsored by the Your Community Cares Rural Health Coalition.

Commission hears from citizens, accepts banking bid

    Crawford County Commissioners met each Tuesday morning in June to discuss business as follows for the county.

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    During citizen participation, Tim Lincoln complained about trash dumped on private property located on county roads, specifically at the KK access on Thurman Lake Road.

County fair benefits from good weather week

Fair Week went well in Crawford County this year, thanks in part to good weather. While it still felt like July in mid-Missouri, the humidity levels were down and the rain stayed away from Cuba all week.

“It was a great a fair this year. We had a really nice week, and things just couldn’t have gone any better for us,” said Crawford County Fair Board President Shane Staples. “It didn’t rain us out, and I think that made a big difference in helping our turnout.”