Approximately 100 volunteers, campers and counselors participated in the St. Clair Saddle Club’s event for Camp Quality Wednesday evening.
Firefighters are still determining the cause of a fire that happened Thursday morning at Riverside Wildlife Center in Stanton that left one employee injured.
With Edgar Murray Elementary Principal Larrinda Witt retiring at the end of June, Assistant Principal Beth Hill will step into that role.
Fireworks, fire pits and a construction contract are a few proposed ordinances that will go before the St. Clair Board of Aldermen Monday.
Assistant Principal Sande Racherbaumer at St. Clair Elementary has taken on the role as principal and RaNae Posey, from Texas, will be the new assistant principal in the wake of the previous principal’s resignation.
St. Clair officials are asking community members to send in letters of support for a sidewalk project, which would increase the city’s chances of receiving federal funds.
St. Clair community members gathered Monday to remember those who have died while serving in the armed forces.
Neighborhood Watch programs are effective in building a strong network to help fight crime and more organizations are welcome in the county.
Freshman State Representative and St. Clair native Nathan Tate has been named the Legislator of the Year for Transportation after his first session in Jefferson City.
Nine St. Clair Junior High and High School students qualified to go to this year’s Special Olympics track and field state meet this summer.
St. Clair Board of Aldermen approved a federal grant agreement with East-West Gateway for the Bardot Street project during Monday’s meeting.
The student who wrote a “racist phrase” on the wall of a girls bathroom at St. Clair Junior High has been identified, according to a school district official.
St. Clair School District students can not only receive free meals while attending summer school, but also during the month of July.