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Danisha Hogue (Reporter)

Phone: 573-761-0243
Danisha Hogue is a reporter for the Jefferson City News Tribune and California Democrat newspapers, covering areas in Cole, Moniteau and Miller counties including Russellville, Eugene, Centertown, Jamestown and Eldon. While attending Missouri State University, Hogue reported for local NPR affiliate KSMU and campus newspaper The Standard. After earning a bachelor's degree in print/internet journalism, she was a new media specialist for Missouri State University-West Plains. In her free time she takes care of her dog.

Russellville Board of Aldermen approve 'no parking' signs

Published Apr. 25 2019

RUSSELLVILLE — The Russellville Board of Aldermen has approved the placement of "no parking" signs near the Russellville elementary and...

Legislators, outdoor enthusiasts ride Katy Trail to drum up support for Rock Island Trail

Published Apr. 24 2019

State Sen. Gina Walsh had one comment for a group gathered at the Carnahan Memorial Garden: "Let's ride."

Second wave of surveys for Russellville residents

Published Apr. 23 2019

The city of Russellville is struggling to get residents to respond to a U.S. Census Bureau survey.

Jennifer Winkelman has teacher's heart for dogs, youth

Published Apr. 22 2019

Teaching is at the center of all Jennifer Winkelman does as a Cole County 4-H leader.

New Eldon city clerk gets back to work

Published Apr. 21 2019

When Stacie Howk left the workforce to home-school her son, she did so even though she had enjoyed her previous...

School districts seek career center partnership

Published Apr. 18 2019

ELDON — Russellville students will be eligible to take advantage of Quaker Windows and Doors coming to Eldon.

Speeches, reenactments scheduled for Enloe Cemetery walking tour

Published Apr. 18 2019

RUSSELLVILLE — Area history will be recognized for the first time at the Enloe Cemetery in Russellville.

Century Study Club holds title of oldest book club in Jefferson City

Published Apr. 17 2019

In 1932, J.A. Johnson organized a women’s book club to discuss current events and interesting titles.

Eldon robotics attending international competition

Published Apr. 13 2019

For the second consecutive year, the Eldon Upper Elementary robotics team advanced to the FIRST LEGO world championship.

Wastewater improvements planned in Eldon

Published Apr. 11 2019

ELDON — Changes in the Missouri state operating permit limits have caused Eldon to begin improvements on its wastewater system.

Interfaith Alliance broadens religious understanding during workshop

Published Apr. 7 2019

More than 30 guests attended the Mid-Missouri Festival of Faiths workshops Saturday presented by the Capital Area Interfaith Alliance at...

Students' work shines in Show-Me Conference Art Show

Published Apr. 6 2019

Mid-Missouri junior high and high school art students had the privilege this week of having their art displayed in the...

Williams to represent Russellville's East Ward

Published Apr. 3 2019

Sharon Williams was elected Russellville East Ward alderwoman in Tuesday's municipal election. Election results show 40 residents cast ballots for...

Incumbents win Russellville school board seats

Published Apr. 3 2019

Two incumbents — James Case and Shawn Ehrhardt — will remain on the Russellville school board.

Jamestown passes sales tax increase, elects Borts mayor

Published Apr. 3 2019

Larry Borts was elected the new mayor of Jamestown with 45 votes, 51.72 percent of the total votes cast.

Angerer, Smith elected to Eugene school board

Published Apr. 3 2019

Incumbent Charles "Chuck" Angerer and Deanna "Dee" Smith were declared the winners of the Cole R-5 (Eugene) school board race...

State considering Rock Island Trail Endowment Fund

Published Apr. 2 2019

The Missouri Legislature is moving forward on an endowment fund for the proposed Rock Island Trail.The 144-mile rail corridor is...

BizBeat: New salon makes the cut in former barber shop

Published Mar. 31 2019

Old habits die hard.And after 64 years in business as a barbershop, the building at 224 Madison St. couldn't quit...

MoRIT members: Communities are ready for trail

Published Mar. 29 2019

Kim Henderson and Shelby Teufel have a few things in common.

Latham moves to 4-day school week

Published Mar. 27 2019

After months of discussion, the Latham Board of Education voted unanimously to move to a four-day school week beginning in...