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Citizens came out to support workers at the Missouri Veterans Home St. James for National Nursing Week on Tuesday, May 12 by holding a cruise by parade outside of the facility. Participants created signs, honked, and waved as they drove by the facility.
The municipal election for local offices will be held next Tuesday, June 2, after being postponed in April. There will be races for three seats on the St. James City Council and three seats on the St. James Board of Education, as well as some running unopposed for ambulance and fire board of directors.
Tuesday, June 2 will see three races for seats on the St. James City Council in Wards 1, 2, and 4. In Ward 3, only one candidate is on the ballot.
August Kelly and Tyler M. Wagnon are running in Ward 1, Greg Edwards and Mark Gray in Ward 2, and Bob Smith and Brittney Marston in Ward 4. Each candidate was given an opportunity to provide information to let voters learn more about themselves and why they are seeking election.
St. James resident Carmalea Bentley was chosen Senior Companion of the Month at the May 20 Zoom in-service meeting hosted at the Phelps County Courthouse.