The start of flag football is here in Bulldog Country as the draft will be held Saturday, Aug. 18, at the high school football field.
Three local students sponsored by Crawford Electric Cooperative have returned from a unique educational and leadership experience in the state’s capital this summer.
An ordinance on sign inventory, which was tabled at the last St. Clair Board of Aldermen meeting, was approved at Monday’s meeting.
The St. Clair Board of Aldermen deemed a building dangerous after a show-cause hearing took place Monday night, Aug. 6, before the regular meeting.
His sense of humor and being a supportive friend are only two of the many qualities Eric Jezierski, who died Thursday, Aug. 2, will be remembered for.
Jerome Ritter spends most of his time taking care of his wife, Norma Jean, in addition to spending time with his family since the longtime family business closed in 2015.
The St. Clair Parks Department hosted a children's car show Saturday, July 21, at the former site of the airport. A total of 35 cars were entered and five received awards.
The St. Clair R-XIII School Board toured the campuses Thursday night, July 19, to view current construction and completed projects.
A drive-in movie and a children’s car show, sponsored by the St. Clair parks department, Saturday July 21, at the former airport site starting at 5 p.m.
Since it reopened this past spring, volunteers and board members still are making improvements to the St. Clair Historical Museum.
At Monday’s board of aldermen meeting, it was announced that the city has applied for funding to improve Kitchell Avenue and Commercial Avenue.