Presiding Commissioner responds to audit findings
The financial condition of Miller County is okay, despite the indications of the recently released Missouri State Audit, according to Miller County Presiding Commissioner Tom Wright.
Program coordinator: law enforcement enrollment increases
Lisa Dority told a group in Fulton that she didn’t expect animals to be such a large part of her life, but due to her involvement with the National Animal Cruelty Investigations School, educating others about animals has become her job.
A Prairie Home fourth grader took action to meet the Moniteau Christian Ministries Center (MCMC) theme of “Sharing Our Blessings” by donating to the Cargill Cares Food Pantry recently.
A child care program before and after school will begin in January 2015 for the Cole County R-1 School District at Russellville.
The Missouri 4-H Foundation board of trustees has announced a $250,000 matching gift challenge to support 4-H Youth Futures: College Within Reach, a successful long-term mentoring program that prepares underserved youths to succeed in college.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- The Missouri Veterans Commission poorly communicated with veterans when handling pension and disability claims, according to Auditor Tom Schweich's report released Wednesday.
Although other speakers touched briefly upon the events unfolding in Ferguson, keynote speaker Donald Claycomb’s remarks hewed closer to a homily on the value of community service at the 35th Annual Jefferson City Chamber of Commerce prayer breakfast held Wednesday.
The Governor’s Mansion candlelight tours will not be happening Dec. 5 and 6, according to a press release from the Office of Administration on Wednesday.
When state Rep. Courtney Allen Curtis heard the St. Louis County grand jury had decided not to indict white police officer Darren Wilson in the fatal shooting of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown, he was standing outside the Ferguson Police Department among a crowd of disappointed protesters.
Mid-Missouri students can be appointed to the U.S. military academies.
The former RR Donnelley facility has been sold, but the exact buyer and selling price still are unknown.
Jefferson City firefighters are continuing their slow, but steady, work on turning an abandoned fire station into a museum reflecting the history of the Fire Department.
For those looking for a hot meal on Thanksgiving, there are several opportunities within Mid-Missouri.
Members of the NAACP on Saturday plan to march more than 120 miles in seven days from Ferguson to the Missouri Governor’s Mansion.
The debut novel of a former Helias graduate is being hailed as “masterful,” “mesmerizing” and “well-crafted” by a host of national reviewers this fall.
Temporary restraining order effective only 15 days from Nov. 25
A Lebanon man who led authorities on a chase Monday in Cole and Callaway counties has been charged with a robbery in Cole County.
The Russellville FFA Chapter held its annual Turkey Supper on Saturday.
A Belle man was killed in a one-vehicle crash Monday night in Maries County.
A Lebanon man who led authorities on a chase in Cole and Callaway County, Monday, has been charged with a robbery in Cole County.