For Tuscumbia residents Ken and Norma Runge, Sunday’s St. Joseph Catholic Church Fall Picnic in Westphalia was an intimate gathering, despite attendance that more than tripled the size of the small town.
She told the ROTC’s students and the Army professionals she didn’t want to spoil last Friday’s “Hall of Fame” celebration — that they shouldn’t make a big deal of her announcement that she’ll retire next summer, at the end of this school year.
Battling cancer and a new album, Shaman’s Harvest’s lead singer tells all
Local band Shaman’s Harvest has gone through years of struggling — balancing the band with families and part-time jobs. At times, they’ve questioned whether they should continue.
Through hindsight, Ken Meller’s military career assumes the semblance of a pinball game, with duty assignments bouncing across the bumpers of the United States and into overseas locations in Europe and the Pacific.
Researchers studying a deadly bat disease are turning their attention to a type of bacteria that inhibits fungal growth.
Big Brothers Big Sisters is holding its sixth annual chili cookoff from 5-7:30 p.m. Oct. 29 in Jefferson City at Prison Brews, 305 Ash St.
Two blocks of downtown Russellville were covered with generosity Saturday as members of the community did their part to support the family of Maelyne Cartee, a second grader recovering from head trauma at St. Louis Children’s Hospital.
Third hearing slated on aftermath of merger of highway, water patrols
A Camdenton state legislator is dissatisfied with how the Missouri Highway Patrol is responding to questions in the wake of the May death of a handcuffed man who was in the custody of a trooper.
Both hospitals in Jefferson City — St. Mary’s and Capital Region — have taken a proactive approach to adopting the necessary guidelines for handling any patients who present the symptoms of the Ebola virus.
On Friday, the Washington, D.C.-based Republican State Leadership Committee gave another $10,700 to the RSLC-Missouri PAC — bringing its total donation to the Missouri political action committee to $210,700.
As Jefferson City prepares to start a new fiscal year Nov. 1, some officials are closely watching the city’s revenues, which have largely remained flat in the last few years.
The News Tribune sat down with Jefferson City officials to discuss the city’s existing revenues and whether, after several years of tight budgets, the city needs to look at increasing its revenues.
To make school bus transportation available to more students without raising costs, a new bell schedule has been proposed for the Jefferson City Public Schools.
When it comes to designing engineering projects for Jefferson City, Tia Griffin is the last woman standing. It makes for a busy workday for Griffin, who has worked as a design engineer for the city for eight years and as an intern for three years.
From haunted hayrides to costume contests, spooky surprises await the whole family
With more than 25 differenct activities, Halloween at Lake of the Ozarks is abundant with something for the whole family, including costume contest parties, concerts and activities for adults at Lake Area resorts, restaurants and nightclubs, and family-friendly haunted hayrides, trick-or-treat “spooktaculars” and even an appearance from Vlad Dracula.
Hundreds of people and dozens of pilots took advantage of Saturday’s perfect weather to enjoy Jefferson City Memorial Airport’s Annual Open House and Fly-In.
Huber and Associates celebrated an expansion of the company’s Mid-Missouri headquarters last week.
Victoria’s Bridal and Formal Wear will close its Jefferson City store at the end of the month after more than 20 years in business.
Wilson’s Fitness has found its Jefferson City home in the Capital Mall for approximately 14 years. It has grown significantly over the years, expanding and making use of the space around it.
The third annual Pitch It & Win It contest will be held Saturday morning. The event, hosted by StartUp JC and the Jefferson City Area Chamber of Commerce is designed to let entrepreneurs test their ideas for a new business venture to local business professionals.