St. Clair’s first responders joined forces to make irresponsible driving accidents feel “real” to St. Clair High School juniors and seniors Thursday, April 20.
The St. Clair Board of Aldermen voted to approve an agreement for a professional service proposal from Cochran in the amount of $58,427 for sidewalk installation and improvements on Walton Street and Jean Street at its meeting Monday, April 17.
Developmental Services of Franklin County (DSFC) recently presented a Tin Man award to St. Clair McDonald’s and one of the restaurant’s customers who advocated for an individual with a disability working in the community.
State, local and library officials participated in a groundbreaking ceremony Saturday, April 1, to mark the beginning of construction of a $1.5 million expansion project for the St. Clair branch of Scenic Regional Library.
Gilbert “Gib” Hoffman, St. Clair, was recently honored by the Missouri Association of School Administrators (MASA) for his service to public education.
The suspect in a bank robbery in St. Clair Tuesday morning was last seen traveling eastbound on Interstate 44 in a dark-colored SUV, authorities said.
A groundbreaking ceremony will be held Saturday, April 1, for a $1.5 million expansion project at the St. Clair branch of Scenic Regional Library.
The St. Clair Board of Aldermen is considering entering into a contract with Maguire Iron to maintain the city’s four water towers.
Authorities are looking for a man who attempted to steal an ATM from a Sullivan area convenience store Thursday using a dolly.
The St. Clair Junior Reserved Officer Training Corps (JROTC) and its instructors recently achieved a rating of “Exceeds Standards,” from the U.S. Air Force — the highest rating attainable in an overall unit assessment.
St. Clair officials told Attending Angels the city would not reimburse the company for additional costs of a sprinkler system incurred after a contractor working for them claimed the city gave him the incorrect location of the utility.