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Body found in pit where other remains found

Published Mar. 28 2017

Authorities have found a man's remains in the same water-filled clay pit where other remains were found.

Convoy to Kansas helps provide relief

Published Mar. 28 2017

State Rep. Tom Hurst was back from Kansas on Monday after helping lead a convoy carrying relief supplies to west-central...

School board races wide open in Stover, Versailles

Published Mar. 28 2017

Two Morgan County school districts are gearing up for the April 4 election, with a handful of candidates seeking terms...

Morgan County voters face races in three towns

Published Mar. 28 2017

A contested mayoral race tops the April 4 ballot for the city of Versailles.

2 dead in third Columbia shooting

Published Mar. 27 2017

Police in Columbia are investigating a weekend shooting that killed two men and wounded a third person.

Fire damages mobile home in Holts Summit

Published Mar. 27 2017

A Holts Summit mobile home was damaged in afire Sunday afternoon.

Man's remains found in pit where other remains were found

Published Mar. 27 2017

Authorities have found a man's remains in the same water-filled clay pit where other remains were found.

2 charged in shooting that killed 1 woman, wounded another

Published Mar. 27 2017

Two Columbia men are charged in a shooting in which bullets went through the wall of a home, killing one...

Police: Shooting kills 2 men in Columbia

Published Mar. 27 2017

Police in Columbia, Missouri, are investigating a weekend shooting that killed two men and wounded a third person.

WWII veteran share tales of service aboard troop transport in Pacific

Published Mar. 26 2017

For many years, Wally Evenson stood behind a pulpit and shared with his congregations a number of accounts from the...

Curators plan LU presidential search

Published Mar. 26 2017

For the third time in 13 years, Lincoln University is launching a search for a new president — after both...

State Tech open house draws wealth of visitors to Linn

Published Mar. 26 2017

The State Technical College in Linn hosted an open house Saturday to showcase programs, including a new welding center, to...

Existing middle schools suggest separate but equal high schools can be created

Published Mar. 26 2017

Whether a "haves and have-nots" situation would develop between the two high schools in Jefferson City Public Schools' proposed plan...

Are Jefferson City High School and Simonsen bursting at the seams?

Published Mar. 26 2017

Proponents of the Jefferson City School District's two high school plan say the current high school buildings are overcrowded, and...

An injured eagle flies away home

Published Mar. 26 2017

Despite Saturday's rain and gloom, about midday the hopes of a physical rehabilitation patient took flight — literally. The patient...

Miller County to vote on road and bridge tax

Published Mar. 26 2017

Miller County voters will be asked next week to approve a half-cent sales tax increase, which would provide funds to...

Standing strong with Jason

Published Mar. 26 2017

Kidney disease impacts not only the afflicted but the lives of those around them. Last week, the Fulton Sun told...

Fried seafood and warm memories: The tradition of Lenten fish fries

Published Mar. 26 2017

For much of Mid-Missouri's Catholic population, nothing says Easter is on the way like Lenten fish fries.

Clean Sweep registration deadline approaches

Published Mar. 26 2017

You don't need to wear a cape to clean up the streets of Fulton. Fulton's 17th annual Clean Sweep Saturday...

Art House showcases local artists

Published Mar. 26 2017

Around 150 area residents attended Friday night's Palette Affair at the Art House in Fulton.

FAQ: Propositions J and C

Published Mar. 26 2017

On April 4, voters will decide Propositions J and C, which present Jefferson City Public Schools' two high school plan.

Lincoln University and Fisk similar, but different

Published Mar. 26 2017

Although he — and many others — consider Fisk University, Nashville, to be one of the nation's "elite" historically black...

Book sale raises about $40,000

Published Mar. 25 2017

The Missouri River Regional Library and the Adult Basic Literacy Education (ABLE) nonprofit would like to thank the community, its...