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BizBeat: Centertown Antiques to close in June

Centertown Antiques will close shop this summer after five years in business. The store's last day of operation will be June 30.

Take steps to avoid data theft

Tips from Better Business Bureau

While consumers can’t control what happens in data breaches at big companies, there are many ways they can protect themselves from identity theft on their own. One place to start is with the passwords we use every day to access email, online banking, social media and more.

April home sales statistics

For Jefferson City and Missouri

Jefferson City and Missouri’s real estate markets continued their trend of higher selling prices and more units sold this April compared to a year before.

Deadline is near for USDA certification form

USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is reminding farmers and ranchers seeking federal crop insurance they must have a Highly Erodible Land Conservation and Wetland Conservation Certification form, commonly called form AD-1026, on file with their local USDA service center by June 1.

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Catch a Memorial Day concert

The 5th annual Jefferson City Community Symphonic Band Memorial Day concert will begin at 1 p.m. Monday at First Christian Church, 327 Capitol Ave.

Helias to compete at national academic quiz competition

The Helias Catholic High School Scholar’s Bowl Team will compete in the 272-team national championship tournament May 30.

Hospice training offered in prison

Missouri Hospice and Palliative Care Association, in partnership with the Missouri Department of Corrections, has launched a comprehensive hospice training that will positively impact those approaching end of life in the prison population.

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A guide to bluegrass festivals in Mid-America

Strummin' & pickin' & singin'

Not every concert requires you to pack in your own lawn chairs and lodging. But if you’re willing to cart the extra gear, you could set up camp at some of the richest musical experiences to be had in Middle America.

Ask a Master Gardener: From watering tips to keeping fruits and vegetables safe from pests

Q. What is the right time of day to water?

Pedestrian hit by car in Callaway County

One man was seriously injured after being hit by a car in Callaway County on Friday night.

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Capital Region expansion on track for September opening

Capital Region Medical Center expects its 115,000-square-foot expansion to the Madison Street hospital to be substantially completed by July 28 and operational by early September.

Holts Summit woman wanted for child abduction

A Holts Summit woman is wanted by authorities on a charge of child abduction.

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How would you rate city’s services?

Do you feel the city provides the services it should? Are there places where the city should improve or expand service? Or are there places where the city could cut back on services offered?

MSP inmate records now available

The new Missouri State Penitentiary (MSP) Database is available online at MissouriDigitalHeritage.com/MSP.

Girl rewarded for good deed

In response to an accidental donation of $1,900 at the Jefferson City Goodwill in April, the 9-year-old girl who found the money was rewarded for her efforts on Friday.

Man injured after falling asleep at wheel

A Fulton man was injured in a one-vehicle accident at 3:36 a.m. Friday on Route C at County Road 408 in Callaway County.

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Westbound US 54 reopens after Cole County wreck

Both westbound lanes of U.S. 54 in Cole County are open again after a vehicle accident knocked down power lines this evening, blocking traffic.

Investigation complete in fatal deputy-involved shooting

The Missouri State Highway Patrol has completed its investigation into a Boone County sheriff deputy's fatal shooting of a man in February.

Chronic offenders seek early release

Missuri Supreme Court hears 2 cases on same issue

Lawyers for two prison inmates told the Missouri Supreme Court this week their clients should be released from prison now that they successfully completed a state-run one-year treatment program — even though a different law says they must stay in prison at least two years.

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Parts of Lincoln University graduation speech plagiarized

Several inspirational ideas, words in 20-minute speech lacked attribution

Lincoln University’s 2015 commencement speaker appears to have used the wit and wisdom of others — without using attribution.