Paul Crow has served on the E911 board for a number of years, and seeks to continue that service, but for District 1 instead of District 2 this time around. He faces competition for that role from Stephen Kimker. Three Rivers Publishing invited candidates involved in races for the municipal election on April 2 to submit a candidate profile for publication.
Crawford County News
The Crawford County Sheriff’s Office issued a press release on Sunday, March 17, after an incident the previous day in which an older woman was reported as being missing or possibly even kidnapped from an assisted living facility within the county. The woman was found safe later that night.
Sunshine graced the weekend for the annual 100 Acre Wood Rally, held in the area on Friday and Saturday, March 15-16. But that sun followed rainy weather in the week leading up to the event and left the gravel road surfaces soaked in many places, but rough and dried out in others, and there were lots of puddles for big water splashes. The conditions made the traditionally fast gravel roads of the 100 Acre Wood Rally more difficult for drivers because of the unpredictable grip levels.
Bethany Donnell, age 16, a member of the Lone Star 4-H Club of Crawford County, participated in the University of Missouri Extension 4-H Legislative Academy, Feb. 18-20. Donnell was one of 15 youths selected statewide to represent Missouri 4-H at the academy in Jefferson City.
At its regular meeting today in Jefferson City, the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission approved a contract to microsurface three roadways in Crawford, Gasconade and Iron counties. Microsurfacing Contractors was awarded a contract to microsurface the following roads: