When a Johnson County farm advisor stood up to tell more than 300 Missouri farmers about controlling hog cholera through anti-hog cholera campaigns in the spring of 2015, he probably wasn’t aware the same convention would be repeated annually for a century.
Meanwhile, Claire’s shifting locations
Capital Mall in Jefferson City will welcome a sweet shoppers’ favorite when Great American Cookie opens in April.
A sign of the digital times, Holts Summit will say goodbye to its last video rental store by mid-April.
Sam’s Club has opened a temporary hiring center in Jefferson City at 1406 Missouri Blvd. in Jefferson Plaza.
A consumer technology repair shop that opened in Jefferson City last November has closed after about four months in business.
Jefferson City’s Food Code requires food-service establishments be inspected at least once every six months. Here are the findings of the February 2015 inspection report.
In 2012, Sen. Rob Schaaf, R-St. Joseph, vowed to stand on the floor until his legs gave out in opposition of a bill that would establish a statewide program created to track prescribed controlled substances.
Jefferson City’s Cultural Arts Foundation is spearheading a project to make the downtown area more beautiful while also offering a way to honor friends and family members.
Pact could bring California community college students to LU
Lincoln University announced Friday it has reached a “new agreement that will bring continued educational opportunities for community college graduates from the state of California.”
Nearly a week into a crowdfunding campaign to determine community interest in bringing a minor-league baseball team to Mid-Missouri, the Jefferson City Renegades are pleased with the initial feedback but hoping donors turn up in more volume.
A Jefferson City man is facing multiple charges after a crash at a drive-in restaurant Sunday.
A new Joplin hospital will begin treating patients this weekend, replacing one that was destroyed in the country’s deadliest tornado in a half-century.
The state attorney general’s office has dropped a murder charge against a Vernon County man who was accused of having his estranged wife killed.
A University of Missouri student is suspended after allegedly making harassing, hostile remarks toward another student about a screening of the "American Sniper" movie.
Restaurants and other businesses say they should be responsible for withholding state income taxes only from wages and the amount of tips workers report to them.
Missouri senators have passed a bill to use $200 million in bonds for repairs to state buildings and some new construction.
Draft list subject to change
Some Jefferson City streets soon will receive attention as city staff finalizes the 2015 street overlay list.
Claims of ‘dreadful welfare system’
When it comes to welfare reform, the Chicago-based Heartland Institute said Thursday, Missouri earned four “F”s and two “D”s — and ranked last in the nation, down from 49th in the institute’s 2008 report.
A bill to legalize the production of industrial hemp in the state and exclude the plant from the definition of marijuana passed through a House select committee Wednesday night.
Lawmakers on Thursday sent a bill aimed at spurring growth in Missouri’s dairy industry to Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon’s desk, one of the first bills to make it that far this session.