A resolution could not be reached between cities who purchase natural gas from the MoGas pipeline and gas rates will increase in December. Cities were informed earlier this year that MoGas was going to increase the cost to transport gas between 200 and 250 percent, beginning this month, but cities have been negotiating that increase. St. James City Administrator Harold Selby said both sides are nearing an agreement, but the city will help municipal utility customers by offsetting the increase in price for the month of December.
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The City of St. James is still seeking applicants for the role of City Administrator to replace retiring administrator Harold Selby. Those qualified and interested in the position have until December 17 to apply.
High school junior Katy Blue was selected to the All State Band as second chair contra alto clarinet after auditioning at Hickman High School in Columbia, Missouri on Saturday. She will next perform with other All State Band members during state convention from January 23-26.
Students at Lucy Wortham James Elementary wore their red, white, and blue, plus they topped it off with their favorite hat to send a patriotic “Thank You” to all Missouri Veterans.
The St. James High School Art Club is rehabilitating old city Christmas lights for the holidays. Students began work on light fixtures and, once completed, the city will install them on city buildings for display.