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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.

Lincoln University hosts 37th annual science fair

Published Mar. 23 2019

Russellville area schools students showed off their projects at the 37th annual Lincoln University Regional Science and Engineering Fair.

Miller County agriculture groups combine grant money for fair project

Published Mar. 21 2019

Three Miller County agriculture groups plan to make improvements to the Miller County Fairgrounds.Eldon FFA, T-Town 4-H of Tuscumbia and...

Jamestown mayoral election features 2 candidates

Published Mar. 20 2019

JAMESTOWN — The incumbent Jamestown mayor will face a challenger in the April 2 election.

Eldon R-1 seeks funds for social-emotional program

Published Mar. 20 2019

The Eldon R-1 School District plans to implement a social-emotional curriculum.For months, elementary teachers reviewed programs and found Second Step,...

5 candidates eye Cole County R-5 school board seats

Published Mar. 20 2019

Voters will choose from five candidates for Cole County R-5 school board in Eugene. Two incumbents and three newcomers want...

3 candidates seeking 2 seats on Russellville school board

Published Mar. 20 2019

Two incumbents and a challenger are seeking two three-year terms on the Russellville Board of Education in the April 2...

3 candidates seek Russellville East Ward seat

Published Mar. 20 2019

Three candidates are running for the East Ward seat on the Russellville Board of Aldermen in the April 2 election.

Lincoln University professor has passion for Missouri's birds

Published Mar. 18 2019

As spring approaches and birds return from their migration, Adrian Andrei and his family look forward to traveling the state...

Jefferson City employee adapts to changes in City Hall

Published Mar. 17 2019

No matter what changes have come to the various departments inside Jefferson City Hall, Anne Stratman has stood through.

Fundraiser tonight for High Point 2-year-old with brain tumor

Published Mar. 16 2019

A fundraiser for a family who stopped at nothing to save their daughter is scheduled tonight.Josie Wyrick has lived in...

Eugene FFA sees success at labor auction

Published Mar. 15 2019

It was a win-win for everyone. Cole R-5 High School FFA members held their annual labor auction Thursday night.

Competition day for FFA makes better consumers

Published Mar. 13 2019

Contrary to popular belief, cheese should be left covered and outside of the refrigerator for the best taste.

Cole County R-5 discusses making shooting sports lettered program

Published Mar. 7 2019

Eugene parents and community members requested that shooting be added as a lettered sport Feb. 28 at the Cole County...

Program gets Moniteau County youth involved in law enforcement

Published Mar. 6 2019

A new program will allow Moniteau County youth to build relationships with law enforcement and potentially spark an interest in...

Fundraiser to support Russellville family

Published Mar. 6 2019

Community members will host a fundraiser in support of Russellville resident Kevin Morrow and his family next weekend.

Statewide food drive helps 4-H feed hungry

Published Mar. 6 2019

Missouri 4-H clubs, in partnership with Feeding Missouri, held a statewide food drive in February.Cole and Moniteau county club members,...

BizBeat: D&D Outlet gives Russellville reason to shop local

Published Mar. 3 2019

Dana Northweather and her husband, Damon, were looking to add more to their community.

Eldon board supports raising tobacco purchase age in Miller County

Published Mar. 2 2019

Miller County Health Center Administrator Mike Herbert is asking Eldon and other cities in Miller County for support and action...

Eldon honors former police officer

Published Feb. 28 2019

ELDON — No Eldon police officer will be assigned the daily service number 833 in the future. The Board of...

Journalism fellowship introduces craft to rural students

Published Feb. 28 2019

Former New York Times journalist Nico Gendron led a project on media literacy involving Russellville, Prairie Home, Boonville, Community and...