Jefferson City Area Local News
For the fourth year in a row, women with the St. Margaret Church in Osage Bend are decorating the graves of veterans who fought in wars throughout our country’s history.
Ameren Missouri warns its customers about phone calls from scam artists using intimidation and threat of disconnection to press for payment. Hang up and call Ameren at 800-552-7583.
Blair Oaks School Superintendent James K. (Jim) Jones was listed in fair condition Saturday afternoon at University Hospital in Columbia, where he was flown by helicopter after a two-vehicle crash on U.S. 50 in Moniteau County Friday evening.
Joel Slack knows firsthand that something as simple as a reassuring, helping hand can go a long way in the journey to mental health and recovery. Slack spoke in Fulton, urging respect for patients.
Encouraging the next generation to have an appreciation of historic resources has been the goal of the Historic City of Jefferson (HCJ) Heritage Art and Essay contests for 18 years.
The council representing Boy Scout groups in Central Missouri believes this week’s vote by the National Council of Scouts to allow homosexual boys into Scouting reaffirms their commitment to serving all youths of this country.
Lovingly restored antique tractors and enthusiastically organized family floats will fill the 70-entry parade in Rich Fountain at 11 a.m. Sunday. A quilt show is set for 1-6 p.m. in the school cafeteria.
Linn State Technical College President Don Claycomb thinks his staff did an impressive job this week, playing host to an biennial “ThinkBIG Global Conference” sponsored and organized by Caterpillar.
Monticello, the Mid-Missouri men’s chorus, presents a free Memorial Day concert in the Capitol Rotunda called “A Salute to Fallen Heroes and Living Veterans.”
An 11-year-old Jefferson City boy was transferred to Children’s Hospital in St. Louis on Friday afternoon, following some treatment at Capital Region Medical Center for head injuries suffered when he rode his bicycle across Route C, into the path of a car.
Capital Region Medical Center (CRMC) announced Friday a $35 million expansion to its main campus at 1125 Madison St.
Skin Rx MedSpa & Laser Center accused of failing to perform purchased services
Attorney General Chris Koster announced Thursday the state reached a settlement with Skin Rx LLC and its owner, Laura Rackers, over accusations the company took money for services it didn’t perform.
JCTV’s contract may be undergoing some changes as members of the Jefferson City Council look to add in metrics to measure the station’s success.
As part of a joint training effort by the Jefferson City Police Department and Cole County Sheriff’s Department, a no-cost Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) course is being offered to the public.
Jefferson City Police Department Capt. Bob Clark was among a group from the Missouri Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) who went to Oklahoma to help in the aftermath of this week’s deadly tornadoes.
The Missouri Department of Economic Development’s failure to update its computers with 2010 U.S. Census data has delayed efforts to develop an Enhanced Enterprise Zone in Callaway County — an effort local officials believe would boost employment.
A gracious lady, charismatic artist, historian and community member has departed. But the late Sabra Eagan’s works of canvas and stone will remain. Her last work is yet to be revealed at the future St. Mary’s Health Center.
Callaway County deputies arrested a fugitive they stopped for a traffic violation at Wednesday between Holts Summit and Tebbetts.
A man was arrested Wednesday after a strong armed robbery in Jefferson City. The suspect, Brian Carpenter, 31, was charged with felony stealing and possession of a controlled substance.
Missouri House Speaker Tim Jones plans to tour the state to talk with voters and community leaders about legislative issues.