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Former penitentiary workers trade stories at 10th MSP reunion

Their common bond was sharing a workplace sometimes known for its violence, but former Missouri State Penitentiary workers at a Sunday reunion were all smiles as they shared memories both good and bad.

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DOC fire crew hones skills out West

Missouri firefighters traveled across the country to help contain and extinguish wildfires in the Pacific Northwest.

Augusta’s play gets tongues wagging

Six-foot-4, 335-pound defensive tackle Josh Augusta is the biggest player on the Missouri football team. Saturday, he was also the most talked-about.

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Finding a passion in planning

It’s been 20 years since Janice McMillan began working at Jefferson City Hall and her love for the job has yet to dwindle.

Rehearing sought in rate change for Noranda

Just over three weeks after the Public Service Commission said ‘No,’ Noranda Aluminum and the Missouri Office of Public Counsel both asked for a rehearing on Noranda’s request for lower electric rates.

Jefferson City Post Office to host ‘Passport Fair’

Jefferson City’s Main Post Office, 131 W. High St., will offer a “Passport Fair” from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday.

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Comedy-drama movie turned play to open at Scene One

Scene One Theatre is presenting the American comedy-drama “The Graduate.”

Lady Jays JV volleyball takes third

The Jefferson City JV team took third place Saturday in the Capital City JV Volleyball Invitational held at Fleming Fieldhouse.

American Legion hosting service session

Military veterans in Jefferson City and surrounding areas are invited to participate in a special service session at Roscoe Enloe Post 5, 1423 Tanner Bridge Road.

Truman named No. 1 public university in region

For the 18th straight year, Truman State University has been recognized as the No. 1 public university in the Midwest Regional category by U.S. News and World Report.

Bliss to perform classic country tribute

The Jefferson City Concert Association will host A Classic Country Tribute with Gail Bliss at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Miller Center.

Keselowski makes most of his one chance to win at Chicagoland

Brad Keselowski saw one shot in front of him to steal the win in the opening race of the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship.

Kim wins major at age of 19

Going up against a seven-time major winner more than twice her age, it was teenager Hyo-Joo Kim who showed the calm nerves of a veteran.

Port tops qualifiers

Two-time defending champion Ellen Port shot a 2-under 71 on Sunday in the U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur to top the 64 match-play qualifiers.

Horschel’s amazing season-ending run nabs him FedEx Cup

Just three weeks ago, Billy Horschel had every reason to start looking ahead to next season.

U.S. routs Serbia to win Basketball World Cup

With golden confetti raining on their heads and “Party in the U.S.A” ringing in their ears, it must have been hard for the U.S. basketball players to hear anything.

Sunday's American League Capsules

Games played on Sept. 14, 2014

AMERICAN LEAGUE ROUNDUP: Ian Kinsler hit a go-ahead, two-run homer in the seventh inning, and the Detroit Tigers reopened a 1 1/2-game AL Central lead by beating the Cleveland Indians 6-4 Sunday for a three-game sweep.

Sunday's National League Capsules

Games played on Sept. 14, 2014

NATIONAL LEAGUE ROUNDUP: Philadelphia closer Jonathan Papelbon made a lewd gesture to fans and was ejected after giving up four runs in the ninth inning during the Phillies' 5-4 loss to the Miami Marlins on Sunday.

Owls cross country finishes eighth

The William Woods cross country team finished eighth in the Forest Park Festival on Friday.

Owls finish seventh at tourney

The William Woods volleyball team went 2-2 and finished seventh in the Ashford University Tournament.


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