At Wednesday night’s St. Clair R-XIII school board meeting, Superintended Dr. Kyle Kruse gave the board an update on the Prop STC Safe and Secure project — a $12.8 million bond issue approved during the June municipal election.
At Wednesday night’s meeting, the St. Clair School Board unanimously approved the implementation of Hazel Telehealth, a program that will allow students who are sick to visit a doctor virtually via an iPad in the nurse’s office.
The St. Clair Board of Aldermen unanimously approved the hiring of two reserve officers as the first step to reinstating the police department’s reserve officer program.
The Lonedell R-XIV School Board met Monday, July 27, and approved the district’s guidelines and protocols regarding returning to school for the 2020-21 school year.
To go along with St. Clair’s Operation Facelift, a beautification program to clean up city streets, Mike Bursey, St. Clair building inspector, said the city is introducing a new phase of the operation, “Adopt A Lamp Pole.”
What school will look like for students this fall has been a hot topic, and with the school year approaching and COVID-19 cases surging, districts are starting to release their re-entry plans.
Sinks Pharmacy, located at 1435 N. Main St., has launched “myBaby,” a new program to support expectant mothers and young families in the St. Clair area through parenting education, breastfeeding support and products to assist pregnant and breast-feeding mothers, including breast pumps and ot…
After months of uncertainty, the St. Clair Area Chamber of Commerce has decided to once again host Food Truck Friday, starting Friday, Aug. 7, from 5 to 8 p.m. at Orchard Park.
The city of St. Clair Code Enforcement Office would like the residents of St. Clair to be aware of the ordinance in place that requires a permit for specific construction or repairs to a home or business within city limits.
The Lonedell R-XIV School District is participating in the Department of Health and Senior Service’s Summer Food Service Program, which will allow it to provide free meals to children during summer school.
Appointments are still required at the St. Clair License Office, according to Charlene Saling, executive director of the St. Clair Area Chamber of Commerce.
The St. Clair R-XIII School Board held a special meeting Tuesday, June 23, to discuss and approve the recommended budget for the 2020-21 fiscal year.
The St. Clair senior class of 2020 finally had the chance to walk across the stage and turn their tassels during Thursday nights graduation ceremony.
Summertime is usually associated with swimming, and the city of St. Clair would like to remind its residents of important information about new and existing swimming pools within city limits.
Improvement plans are underway at the Lonedell School District, following passage of Prop R-14, a $1,250,000 no-tax increase bond issue, in the June municipal election.
The St. Clair Board of Aldermen met Monday night and had a lengthy meeting that saw the passing of ordinances, the reporting of voter results and the swearing in of an incumbent, a former alderman and a newcomer for elected city positions.
With the announcement that Gov. Mike Parson would be lifting state-wide restrictions Tuesday, June 16, the St. Clair School Board had a special meeting Monday, June 15, to discuss removing restrictions for graduation that had been put in place to protect against the possible spread of COVID-19.
Over the past few months, St. Clair School District officials have worried whether Prop STC Safe and Secure, a $12,750,000 no-tax increase bond issue, would be affected due to low voter turnout in June’s municipal election.
Sullivan Bank President and CEO Mike Hoffman announced that Jerry West has joined the bank as a business development representative for the new branch in St. Clair, expected to open in late 2020.
Even though the Scenic Regional Library St. Clair branch reopened to the public Monday, the library has decided to suspend the launch of the community garden until spring of 2021.
Incumbents Brad Rucker and Jamie Dunn and newcomers Michael Guehne and Justin Bailey, are all vying for the three open Lonedell School Board seats in the June 2 municipal election.