Multicultural Fall Festival, HarvestFest hit downtown
A large pumpkin looked down on High Street and hundreds, if not thousands, of people made crafts and toured the Governor’s Mansion.
As music on the loud speaker and the cheers from below encouraged the participants at Special Olympics Missouri’s Over the Edge event Saturday, nearly 45 people went “Over The Edge” for the Central Area Special Olympics.
Artisans sold their handmade wares, and grapes were stomped in a variety of contests as hundreds, if not thousands, of people filled the streets of Jefferson City’s Munichburg area for the annual Oktoberfest, which celebrates the area’s rich German heritage.
The cold snap in Jefferson City's weather did not dampen the weekend’s events at the Missouri State Penitentiary.
As principal at Blair Oaks Elementary School, Kimberly Rodriguez now bleeds green.
Tribute to B.J. Davis
B.J. Davis is known for helping others by using his comedy and musical talents for fundraisers.
The Jefferson City/Cole County Library Board voted Tuesday to set its tax levy at 19.84 cents.
Not many employers are given the chance to help fully fund their employees’ continuing education, while still allowing the employee to work a varied schedule, attend classes and complete training.
A lot of what Rachael Hahn does is plan for future events, that most people hope will never really happen.
Looking to her future, Jordan Bray was online looking for scholarships for college when she stumbled across the Epic Book Drive Challenge on www.dosomething.org.