Missouri Department of Transportation officials said Tuesday they are running “a little behind” on their schedule of mowing and weed control in Central Missouri, but hope to be caught up soon.
U.S. 50/63 reopens after closing for downed lines
Electric service went out early today in parts of eastern Jefferson City and Cole County. Ameren Missouri reported 978 customers initially lost power around 2 a.m., but all were reported restored by 6 a.m.
Since one voter would have had full say on whether to increase the sales tax by a half-cent in a downtown Columbia business improvement district, board members of that district say they won’t hold an election.
County health department closes restaurant for sanitation violations
Four teenagers were treated at local hospitals after experiencing suspected carbon monoxide exposure at a Russellville restaurant over the weekend, and the restaurant closed Tuesday after a Cole County Health Department inspection noted multiple violations.
A Boonville man was injured in a one-vehicle accident at 10:10 a.m. Sunday on Missouri 179, north of Route N in Cole County.
A Jefferson City man and woman have each been charged with one count of child abuse.
A school bus was struck from behind Monday afternoon at the corner of Fourth Street and Business 54; several students were injured in the accident.
There’s no commitment, yet — not even a formal proposal.
By the time the board of regents meets again in late January, their search for a new State Technical College of Missouri president could be underway.
Organizer pleased with first-time dance music event, hoped for larger attendance
The local man behind a first-of-a-kind dance music festival in Jefferson City over the weekend said the event was “awesome” despite a lower-than-expected turnout.
Jefferson City firefighters responded early Sunday morning to a fire in a two-story house at 1207 E. McCarty St.
Son of WWI veteran serves in Europe and Pacific during WWII
The First World War mushroomed into a major overseas commitment for the United States, leading to the implementation of the Selective Service Act in 1917, which resulted in 2.8 million men being drafted into military service.
Before this school year began, Brother Steven Schonhoff had been teaching sophomore English as well as religion classes at Helias Catholic High School for more than 20 years.
Volunteers and sponsors are needed Sept. 24-28 to support the visit by the Vietnam Memorial Moving Wall to Missouri's Capitol.
Plan to retire comes as multipurpose project gears up
Bill Lockwood, who has served as director of the Jefferson City Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department, has announced his retirement date, all while the department tries to complete one of its biggest projects.
Kaitlyn Chiles, an 11-year-old Jefferson City girl, has accomplished something rare at any age: She’s created an award-winning board game.
Friday is the deadline to apply for this year’s Missouri Highway Patrol “Community Alliance Program.” Every two years, the Patrol’s Troop F offers a six-week class for Mid-Missourians to learn about the patrol’s operations.
Sundi Jo Graham established Esther’s House of Redemption in 2013, filing for non profit organization status. Through the organization, she connects with women in need and mentors them.
For the past month, members of the Jefferson City Council have discussed, debated and changed the draft 2016 budget presented by Mayor Carrie Tergin at the end of July.
Mary Dillner grew up 5 miles from High Point and remembers bringing horses to town with her father to be shod at the blacksmith’s shop. While they would wait, Dillner remembers visiting the Tising Store.