The New Bloomfield Board of Aldermen recently voted to put a ballot issue on the April 7 ballot, which, if approved, would allow the city to forego an election if the candidates who file are running unopposed.
New Bloomfield High School will hold a financial aid night at 6 tonight in the high school library. A representative from William Woods University’s admissions department will give a presentation and answer questions regarding financial aid and the government’s Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) process.
Daughter of social rights activist Desmond Tutu to talk of life in apartheid South Africa
In its week-long celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, William Woods University will host the daughter of South African social rights activist Archbishop Desmond Tutu at 6 p.m. today in Cutlip Auditorium.
The utility company’s program gives money as an incentive for energy efficiency improvements
Ameren Missouri’s ActOnEnergy BizSavers program awarded Capital Region Medical Center an incentive of more than $417,000. Capital Region earned the incentive after making “extensive energy-efficient improvements to the organization’s buildings,” according to a press release.
A driver allegedly fled from the Callaway County deputies and Holts Summit police officers Sunday, Jan. 18, according to a Callaway County Sheriff's Office press release.
Local backers now have the opportunity to invest in the North Callaway R-I Schools. According to a press release, the district’s board of education has instructed its municipal bond underwriter, L.J. Hart and Company of St. Louis, to make the $6 million general obligation bond issue available to local individual and institutional investors.
A Wednesday night fire damaged a mobile home in Calwood and left a firefighter injured.
William Woods University’s art department is offering area high school students the opportunity to be showcased at the college’s “Emerging Talent High School Show.”
Two members of the New Bloomfield R-III Schools Board of Education have re-filed for their seats. The terms for School Board of Education President Terri Sweeten and member Russ Weyland are both up this April, meaning there are two positions open for three-year terms.
The intersection of Grand Street and 13th Street will be closed on Tuesday and Wednesday (Jan. 6-7). Residents should expect some traffic delay.