Construction delays have pushed back the opening of the St. Clair branch of Scenic Regional Library which is tentatively set for to Monday, June 18.
Quote of the week: “Use your knowledge and your heart to stand. Speak for those who can’t speak and be a beacon of light for those whose lives have become dark.” – Julie Andrews
At the June 4 St. Clair Board of Aldermen meeting, it was recommended that a hearing take place for a business that is not compliance with its conditional use permit.
On June 23 and 24 members of the Sullivan Amateur Radio Club will participate in the national Amateur Radio Field Day exercise at Meramec State Park near Sullivan.
The St. Clair Farmers Market will feature a flea market Saturday, June 9. There are spots open for people to sign up to be a vendor at the flea market. The cost is $10 for a 12-by-12 space. For more information, visit the St. Clair Farmers Market Facebook page.
It was brought to the St. Clair Board of Aldermen’s attention that two owners of buildings that have been deemed dangerous have not complied with city orders.
St. Clair firefighters responded to a brushfire Saturday, May 12. At 2:50 p.m. crews were dispatched to the 8100 block of Diamond School Road for a report of a brushfire. When crews arrived on the scene, they found 4-5 acres of brush on fire, according to Fire Capt. Dan Cooley. Crews quickly…
Several community members and veterans attended the St. Clair American Legion’s Memorial Day event Monday, May 28.
A total of 14 Lonedell students participated in The Missourian’s Book Buzz program. The school’s library received 36 books at various reading levels over the course of the year.
Plans for more security at the St. Clair High School office and designs for a life skills area were discussed at the Thursday, May 17, school board meeting.
What started out as a small mission group in New Haven, is now turning into a nonprofit organization with the purpose to help hospitals and villages in Africa.
St. Clair police seized a meth lab in a vehicle at the FastLane gas station Wednesday morning, May 16, following reports that a man was slumped over a steering wheel.
A new St. Clair High School entrance sign will be underway, as well as repairs to the intercom system as bids were approved at Thursday night’s board meeting.