Wide receiver Jeremy Maclin stepped onto the practice field Saturday for the first time wearing a Chiefs uniform.
None of us can lay claim to being a perfect human being but it is believed that most Americans lead pretty good lives and are not deceptive in their dealings and friendships with others.
There is an old adage that you should never wrestle with a pig! The only thing that happens is that you get dirty and the pig loves it but here goes.
News Tribune editorial
More than six months after the extent of water damage at the Missouri Capitol was publicized, much-needed repairs have begun.
Mayor Carrie Tergin’s draft 2016 budget includes a number of changes from the 2015 budget, but one that may prove to be a point of debate in ongoing budget discussion is the leasing of six police vehicles and one command vehicle for the Fire Department.
Hard numbers won’t be known for a few days, but officials with the Jefferson City Jaycees Cole County Fair believe they’ll end up with between 15,000-25,000 people attending this year’s fair.
Preserving history or promoting hate?
Proudly displaying the rebel battle flag, more than a dozen people participated in a rally Saturday for the Confederate flag that went from Fulton to Jefferson City.
Veterans and their loved ones came together for six hours Saturday to hold a garage sale benefiting two military families in need.
The Museum of Missouri Military History got a surprise Friday. Two flatbed trailers delivered both the fuselage and the wing of the camouflage-painted F-4 Phantom II Rose’s Gang.
When Grayson Wells went to work with his father Friday morning, his office was the cab of a semi-truck and the 11-year-old was responsible for watching out the rear view mirrors to ensure their cargo — an F-4 Phantom II fighter jet — traveled safely to the Museum of Missouri Military History.
Jefferson City area fifth-graders took time out of their summer vacation to sing, dance and act during a camp all about promoting a drug-free lifestyle.
The Jefferson City Council is continuing its work on the draft 2016 budget knowing not everything will make it into the final budget, but there are already a large number of requests that didn’t make it into the mayor’s draft budget.
The mayor’s roughly $30 million general fund draft Jefferson City budget includes a number of changes from the current fiscal year, including purchasing or leasing new police vehicles and funding the fire training officer position.
Outside of the general fund budget, Jefferson City also has several enterprise funds, which are self-sustaining funds kept separate from the general fund.
Teacher makes love of reading contagious
For boys at the Girardot Center in Cape Girardeau, being a part of Elaine Langford’s Book Club is an honor, said special-education teacher Sharon Moroni, who nominated Langford as State Employee of the Month.
Hy-Vee in Jefferson City began offering free same-day delivery or in-store pickup for $100 online shopping orders over the last couple of weeks.
Metro Business College began its first semester in Jefferson City 30 years ago in August 1985.
In Jefferson City
Jefferson City issued 45 building permits during July 2015.
Stone Hill Winery in Hermann had another successful competition bringing home seven out of 12 Best of Class Awards at the 2015 Missouri Wine Competition.
News Tribune Sports Commentary
I don’t want you to think I’m calling either the Jets’ Sheldon Richardson or the Patriots’ Tom Brady a lady, but I can’t help thinking of Shakespeare’s famous line from Hamlet when it comes to these two: “The lady doth protest too much, methinks.”