Writer Ross Malone’s inspiration for his latest book stems from his former teaching days in Union, when he would treat his students to an annual field trip to the Capital City.
As a teenager, Gene Patterson found his life’s ambition.
The annual Easter egg hunt sponsored by Jefferson City Parks and Recreation is slated for Saturday in Memorial Park.
After Supreme Court rejected the 2005 limits, lawmakers resume debate over damage caps
Missouri senators spent more than six hours last week debating the need for limiting the damages someone can win in a malpractice lawsuit. But they didn’t reach an answer.
Seven years ago, the Historic City of Jefferson introduced the Golden Hammer Award to promote private ventures to preserve the city historic architecture and neighborhoods.
Disposable diaper shortages among needy families are harming infants and their parents, according to health care providers and advocates for the poor.
Nearly seven months after Jennifer Neal of Andy’s Hickory Pit Bar-B-Que asked the Eldon Board of Aldermen for a way to move her family’s business back to Eldon, the board has revised its ordinance regarding mobile food vendors.
Several council members ask if there’s better use for lodging tax fund
After last week’s vote by the Jefferson City Council to reject two proposals for a proposed conference center, some council members are questioning whether there isn’t a better use for the lodging tax funds.
Whether it was to hunt for eggs or visit the Easter bunny, families gathered at the Governor’s Mansion on Saturday for the annual Easter celebration on the grounds.
At the Lake of the Ozarks
At Lake of the Ozarks, residents and visitors can partake in community Easter egg hunts, enjoy family reunions at top resorts for Easter brunch, and have a slew of wonderful churches to celebrate the holiday.
Staff piecing together history of sheriff’s department
The first four Cole County Jails have been cleared away, just as the fifth site soon may be.
Museum amassing pieces of Missouri’s memorabilia
The Missouri Museum of Military History has been filled in the last 25 years by items recovered by the Missouri Society for Military History or donated by the owners.
Last week, voters in Miller, Morgan and Moniteau counties approved a tax increase from a maximum of 30 cents per $100 of assessed valuation to a maximum of 55 cents on real estate within the Moreau Fire Protection District.
Four people were hurt Saturday when a car ran off the roadway in a Jefferson City park and rolled over.
One-stop shop for cancer patients opens Monday
St. Mary’s Cancer Center at JCMG (Jefferson City Medical Group) will open its doors to cancer patients Monday.
Rachel Bauer loves that her job as chief of staff for Missouri House Speaker Pro Tem Denny Hoskins allows her to be on the inside track of what’s going on at the Capitol.
Got milk? Southbank does — in paint form. The local shop will soon be selling milk paint by Miss Mustard Seed.
Jefferson City natives Sarah Jane Shorthose and Elizabeth VanHoutan recently launched a national company highlighting their separate talents.
People who commit crimes against children could face longer prison sentences as a result of legislation that reorganizes Missouri's criminal laws and has passed in both the House and Senate.
An early voting initiative petition is prompting a Missouri lawmaker to propose another version that could lead to voters deciding between competing plans.