Highway 32 in Ste. Genevieve County will be reduced to one lane as contractor crews remove and reconstruct the sidewalks in Ste. Genevieve.
Two Ste. Genevieve County women were injured — one serious and one moderate — in a single-vehicle accident on Saturday, September 14, involving a utility side-by-side, according to a report from the Missouri State Highway Patrol.
Prior to passing the first reading of the fiscal year 2020 budget, the Ste. Genevieve Board of Aldermen heard from more tourism supporters during last Thursday’s meeting.
How to address a need for pump repair and computer upgrades on Urban Design Levee pump house equipment were the main items for Levee District 3 board during its September 9 meeting.
Bloomsdale Mayor Paul Monia addressed the eventual retirement of the city’s wastewater superintendent, Ron Berkbuegler, and a possible replacement during the Board of Aldermen meeting on September 10.
After discussing the situation with County Collector Claudia Stuppy, the Ste. Genevieve County Commission voted to install a drop box onto the Third Street courthouse door for tax payments to be dropped off.
Ste. Genevieve city administrator Martin Toma announced at last Thursday’s Board of Aldermen meeting that David Kertz’s request for a special use permit to operate a medical marijuana cultivation and manufacturing facility at 1040 Rozier St. would not receive a public hearing on September 26…
The St. Mary Board of Aldermen last week took official action on accepting the brief resignation letters of Cody Myers, an alderman who had resigned the day before the August meeting; and Annette Hacker, who resigned as building inspector and elected city collector due to a new job with the …
A huge crowd showed up for last Thursday night’s Planning and Zoning Commission meeting to express opinions — all negative — about Ste. Genevieve native David Kertz’s request for a special use permit to operate a medical marijuana cultivation and manufacturing facility at 1040 Rozier Street.
A spirited back and forth on the value of heritage tourism to the city of Ste. Genevieve took place during last Thursday’s budget work session for the Board of Aldermen.
A proposed fiscal year 2020 budget will be on the agenda of the Ste. Genevieve Board of Aldermen’s agenda for the Thursday, September 12, meeting.
Jour de Fete may not be writing checks directly to the city of Ste. Genevieve anymore, but committee president Jami Inman believes the event makes an immeasurable contribution to the city.
With the calendar having turned to September, the Ste. Genevieve County Commission and the county’s road and bridge department last week turned their attention to winter road upkeep.
Ste. Genevieve Mayor Paul Hassler last month thanked David Vela, acting deputy director for the National Park Service (NPS), for visiting Ste. Genevieve and reiterated “the city’s previous offer” for “shared use of the Ste. Genevieve Welcome Center to the NPS staff before and during the esta…
The Ste. Genevieve County Commission led an impromptu tour through the future parking lot planned for the former County Services Building location in the 200 block of Market Street during last Thursday’s meeting.
Three teenagers from Farmington suffered minor injuries on September 2 in a one-vehicle accident on Coffman Road north of Avon, according to a report from the Missouri State Highway Patrol.
Public assistance specialist James Clad of the Missouri State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA) stressed that paperwork needs to be even more precise to get funding for this spring’s second flood event.
The ongoing game of tug-o-war over the city of Ste. Genevieve’s fiscal year 2020 budget continued at the Board of Aldermen’s ninth budget work session on August 26.
Ste. Genevieve County Fair board president Keith Skaggs can envision campers and recreational vehicles lining an area of the fairgrounds.