A water pipe break, a stipend, capital projects and more were discussed during the St. Clair R-XIII School Board meeting Thursday, Jan. 11.
Among the freshmen class at St. Clair High School, there has been a significant decrease in the number of failing grades compared to this time last year due to the school’s Intensive Care Unit for academics program.
A St. Clair Farmers Market meeting will be Wednesday, Jan. 17, starting at 6:30 p.m. It will be held in a meeting room at Burger King. Anyone is welcome to come and share ideas for improving the market. Burger King is located at 8297 Highway 47 in St. Clair. For more information, contact the…
St. Clair R-XIII School District scored an 83.2 percent out of 100 on the Missouri School Improvement Program 5 annual performance report, which is lower than in previous years.
The 2018 Franklin County Fair will see some major changes this year, including being held a month earlier than usual, with the Fair scheduled for June 7-10.
More scholarships will be awarded to St. Clair High seniors this year by the St. Clair High School Alumni Association.
In 2017, St. Clair Fire Protection District responded to 125 more emergency calls than in 2016, according to Fire Capt. Dan Cooley.
Nicole Gross grew up wondering who her biological parents are and about two years ago, her wish finally came true.
The St. Clair Regional Airport closure, flooding, street projects, the solar eclipse and more dominated the news in St. Clair for 2017.
There are about 90 Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs) working with approximately 150 children in Franklin and Gasconade counties. In all, about 130 of those children reside in Franklin County.
One may have been visited by the St. Clair Junior High Lighthouse Team last week as they caroled and handed out cookies throughout the community.
A St. Clair High School social studies teacher received a surprise visit from Rep. Nate Tate earlier this year recognizing him for his recent accomplishment.
Two Springfield residents were seriously injured after a five-vehicle crash Monday night, Dec. 18, on Interstate 44 near mile marker 244.
St. Clair School District students raised approximately 9,000 cans of food for the cops and kids food drive, according to Police Chief Bill Hammack.
The St. Clair R-XIII School Board hired an architectural firm to develop the district’s facility improvement plan.
Dozens of people participated in the St. Clair Lighted Christmas Parade, Saturday, Dec. 2. Decorated floats and vehicles traveled down Main Street where many gathered to watch the parade. Participants also handed out candy to children.