St. James News

Math League students recognized by board

    The St. James Board of Education met on Thursday, February 21 to discuss topics pertaining to the district. During the meeting, the board,
•    Recognized students from the elementary Math League for their recent competitions.

Officers take the plunge

St. James School Resource Officers Tony Gray and Jenna Riggs took the Polar Plunge at Fugitive Beach. The officers raised $185 for the Special Olympics of Missouri. So far, the St. James Police Department has raised a total of $400 for the organization and has further fundraisers, such as the annual Tip A Cop scheduled for later this spring.

Council review property clean up work

    The St. James City Council met on Monday, March 11 to discuss several matters pertaining to the city. During the meeting, the council:
•    Heard from citizen Lou Lehmer, who asked the council for an update on getting a property cleaned up near his home.

City will rent building to MO Humanities for local study

    On Monday night, the St. James City Council approved a resolution that will rent out the former offices of The James Foundation to the Missouri Humanities Council. The Missouri Humanities Council is conducting a study for the viability of locating a historical site to house a Trail of Tears site.