The number of attendees at the Lighted Christmas Parade was the largest turnout than in years past, according to St. Clair Park Board president Dana Collins-Messex.
The St. Clair branch of the Scenic Regional Library now has a seamless appearance as the old part of the building now matches the new side.
Members of the clergy and different religious leaders came together in unity Friday, Nov. 2, at a temple in St. Louis in honor of the tragedy that occurred in Pittsburgh. One of the guest speakers was a pastor from St. Clair.
Poor Boyz Recycling is continuing its progress in complying with its conditional use agreement, according to Mayor Ron Blum. He gave aldermen an update during Monday’s board meeting.
A St. Clair man was arrested after he allegedly rammed his truck into another vehicle multiple times and later claiming his truck was stolen.
The St. Clair Park Board has teamed up with the St. Clair Downtown District, Inc. to host the Main Street Christmas event following the annual parade set for Saturday, Dec. 1.
Ty May, owner and founder of May’s Custom Boot and Leather, located in Sullivan, took home the 2018 Intermediate Division Artistry Class plaque from the 30th annual Boot and Saddle Makers Trade Show in Wichita Falls earlier this month.
The Lonedell R-XIV School Board hired Cochran engineering to help the district fix its wastewater lagoon at the Oct. 22 board meeting.