The Show Me Burnouts will now be held on school property Saturday, Sept. 14. The request was approved by the St. Clair R-XIII School Board Thursday night.

A person who is in the country illegally was charged with forgery after police found Social Security and green cards belonging to other people with him.

A public hearing on the proposed St. Clair R-XIII School District calendar for the 2020-21 year will start Thursday’s board meeting at 7 p.m.

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A New Haven man was killed Wednesday, April 10, when the car he was driving overturned and struck a tree.

Lonedell R-XIV School District can move forward with design plans as the wastewater treatment project was recently approved by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.

City Administrator Travis Dierker briefly discussed a potential grant opportunity during Monday’s board meeting for road improvements.

The St. Clair Board of Aldermen unanimously denied a minor subdivision plat request during a recent meeting.

The St. Clair Planning and Zoning Commission denied a rezoning request Monday from a man who sought to keep derelict vehicles on his property.

U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Alecxander F. Kalfus graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.

Members of Dance Caledonia will perform traditional and national Scottish dances on Saturday, March 30, at the White Chapel in Sullivan at 1 p.m.

St. Clair Board of Aldermen Monday night denied a request to hold a burnout contest and “dyno pull” as part of an annual car show event.


A discount shop that sells fresh produce, snacks, apparel, antiques and other items recently opened in St. Clair.


City Administrator Travis Dierker encouraged community members to get involved and become a cheerleader for the city to help St. Clair move forward during Wednesday’s Chamber meeting.

Pound classes, a disc golf tournament, children’s car show and a teen dance are some of the upcoming events that the St. Clair Park Board approved at Monday night’s meeting.

The St. Clair Historical Museum raised more money at this year’s banquet, held this past Saturday at the Elks Lodge, than in years past.

Another kite that is part of a countywide public art project can now be seen outside St. Clair Nursing Center.