"A well-regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed." - Second Amendment, The Constitution of United States
Winter weather arrived in Rolla Thursday, and it appears to be staying through next week. What started as freezing rain and sleet Thursday morning turned to snow by Thursday evening.
A look at Nelson Mandela.
Facts about anti-apartheid activist/former South African President Nelson Mandela, who died today at age 95.
It’s going to start to feel ... and look ... a lot more like winter in Rolla after the area experienced unseasonably warm temperatures earlier this week.
ST. JAMES - When Phyllis Meagher opened her Meramec Vineyards winery in 2000, hers was the 36th active licensed winery in the state.
A Belle man was hurt in a crash on U.S. Highway 63 Monday just north of the Rolla city limits, when the truck he was driving was struck, which caused it to turn on its side.
With the holidays fast approaching, any outing just naturally has to do with one of three things: 1) Buying gifts. 2) Getting together with friends and family. 3) Getting away from friends, family and gift-buying for a few hours to restore sanity.
The American Cancer Society recently recognized Phelps County Regional Medical Center (PCRMC) for its dedication to the fight against cancer by reaching the Relay For Life team fundraising Ruby Level of $50,000.
ST. JAMES - The St. James Elementary School cafeteria was full Tuesday afternoon with area residents interested in learning more about the replacement of the Route 8 bridge over Dry Fork Creek south of St. James.
Before April 1 of next year, wastewater from the City of St. James' utility customers will be treated with ultraviolet light, to go along with its other, regular treatment processes, before ultimately flowing into a creek and back into nature.
A former resident of Leasburg and member of the Missouri National Guard was arrested earlier this week on forgery charges, after law enforcement officers said they believe the man was misrepresenting the Wounded Warrior Project and pocketing donations.
The St. James Chamber of Commerce Area Merchants Committee invites everyone to visit Santa and his elves at the Walker Pavilion across from Perkins Lumber Company Saturday, Dec. 7, from noon to 4 p.m.
It is with a bit of irony and coincidence that during this time when we celebrate Thanksgiving in America, we also remember and pay homage to two American presidents, both felled by assassin’s bullets, who had lasting impacts on our Nation.
If you visited John F. Hodge High School's football field in St. James recently, it may have looked more like a swimming pool than a place people would play football.
In recent weeks we have all heard examples on the evening news or from our family and friends about the dysfunctional healthcare.gov website. The website is not user-friendly and in many cases just simply does not work.
The Phelps County Salvation Army service unit has begun bell-ringing to help people in the area with rent and utility assistance, food, shelter and transportation.
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