The St. James Municipal Utilities Board met with members of the St. James City Council on Monday night to discuss the need of raising water and sewer rates. The average increase customers will see is $4 for sewer and $3 for water and the additional money generated will help the city make infrastructure improvements required by law and in an agreement between the city and the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.
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Graduation for the Class of 2019 will be held this Sunday, May 19 beginning at 2 p.m. The graduating class will celebrate their long journey together in the middle school gym in front of friends and family.
FarmHer is back with new episodes on RFD-TV, featuring an area resident. The network’s original series highlights another powerful group of women in its third season with host Marji Guyler-Alaniz at the helm.
This month’s St. James Senior Center artist being spotlighted is Lynn Grannemann. Many of her oil paintings, mixed media, and other artistry will be featured on the Senior Center Art Wall during May for viewing.
High school seniors Hunter Pitts and Micah Bartle were crowned prom royalty on Saturday night. This year’s prom was held at Camp Mihaska in Bourbon.