JCHS students cut rug with local seniors at ‘prom’
Local elderly folks kicked up their heels to live jazz music Saturday night during the 10th Annual Senior Citizen prom hosted by the Jefferson City High School Student Council.
10 sites on annual downtown tour of hidden, secret opportunities
It was “out with the old and in with the new” for many of the locations on this year’s Hidden Spaces Secret Places tour.
U.S. Justice Department honors Missouri victim advocate
Kim Case was 19 when a man grabbed her from her driveway.
Five studios at three locations — in addition to several featured artists — will be open for viewing with live music, refreshments and beautiful artwork from 1-5 p.m. May 8.
On Sunday, authorities with the Camden County Sheriff’s Office contacted local media requesting the public’s help in their investigation of the disappearance of George B. Webb of Macks Creek.
Central Missouri now has its own chapter of The Links, Incorporated — one of the nation’s oldest and largest volunteer-service organizations, created primarily to serve the African-American community.
Flat course offers handicap accessibility for golfers
Mostly cloudy skies and wet grounds greeted the nearly 200 people who came to Saturday’s grand opening of the new, handicap-accessible Ken Lanning Golf Center.
Saturday, more than two dozen young people went to Lincoln University for the first Cole County Youth Day.
Meanwhile, Jefferson City council candidates report their campaign expenditures
Nearly $20,000 was spent promoting the renewal of the Cole County half-cent capital improvement sales tax, which was approved last month by almost 80 percent of voters.
A world devoid of details
Megan Crannick’s world has been devoid of details for nearly six years. In high school, her vision started to fail, and the headaches were so excruciating she couldn’t focus in class.
The annual spring citywide bulky pickup has ended, but not everything has been picked up from the curbs.
Jason Romero, of Denver, is running to provide some education — to help people understand “blind people are capable of anything, if just given the chance.”
New K-12 standards include change to when state history is taught, addition of cursive writing
Now that the Missouri Learning Standards have been stripped from the Common Core label, they’ve been well received by the public even though they aren’t drastically different.
Like losing the World War II veterans, losing connections to Jefferson City’s history is just as concerning, said Art Hernandez, chairman of the city’s Historic Preservation Commission.
Lincoln University’s Faculty Senate did more last Thursday than discuss disagreements with the provost’s office over proposed operations changes.
Jefferson City resident Shelby Patterson took first place in the 2016 Olde Tyme Apple Festival Logo Contest.
Jefferson City has a new option for venues to host weddings, meetings and events in Windstone Entertainment.
When Scene One crew members set up for the East High Street black-box theater’s production of “Talking Things Over with Chekhov” at May 12, it will be for the last time.
National chain Five Below is set to open its Jefferson City store Friday.
Taped on the office door of Rep. Brandon Ellington, the chairman of the Legislative Black Caucus, is a cutout of the House public safety chairman's smiling face, topped with the words "This is what bigotry looks like!"