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Danisha Hogue (Reporter)

Phone: 573-761-0243
E-mail: dhogue@newstribune.com
Bio:
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.

New picnic tables coming to Russellville City Park

Published Jul. 30 2019

RUSSELLVILLE — The Russellville Parks and Recreation Committee recently received a $4,834 Missouri Department of Natural Resources grant for six...

Russellville to apply for grant with income survey responses

Published Jul. 27 2019

The city of Russellville has gathered enough responses for an income survey to apply for a Community Development Block Grant.

Pay increased for Eldon city prosecutor

Published Jul. 25 2019

ELDON — The Eldon Board of Aldermen revised the city code Tuesday to correct compensation for City Prosecutor Richard Holtmeyer.

FEMA recovery center closing today in Eldon

Published Jul. 24 2019

FEMA has approved 767 households in Missouri for individual assistance grants and provided about $3.4 million directly to the disaster...

New Jamestown city clerk excited to be involved

Published Jul. 21 2019

As a longtime Jamestown resident, Dawn Cassil didn't know how much went into city government. When she became Jamestown's city...

Former Russellville school board president resigns

Published Jul. 19 2019

The Russellville Board of Education unanimously accepted the resignation of former school board President Jerry Schulte on Thursday evening.

Mid Missouri Mission Team serves community

Published Jul. 17 2019

Crews with Mid Missouri Mission Team (3MT) will complete several outdoor projects in Jefferson City, California, Russellville and surrounding areas...

Speed limit reduced in Jamestown

Published Jul. 17 2019

The Jamestown Board of Aldermen has approved a speed limit reduction of 10 mph within city limits.The board approved the...

Jamestown district raises school lunch prices

Published Jul. 17 2019

The Jamestown C-1 Board of Education recently approved an increase in lunch prices for the upcoming school year.

Wilson Park reopens in Eldon after renovations

Published Jul. 14 2019

Three generations of Charlie Wilson's family gathered Saturday afternoon at South Grand Avenue and 10th Street in Eldon.

Architectural salvage available for historic homes

Published Jul. 14 2019

The Historic City of Jefferson organization gathered a dozen volunteers Saturday morning at 916 Jackson St. to salvage what they...

Mid-Missouri garden clubs seek tree replacement after tornado

Published Jul. 13 2019

At Tuesday's Eldon Board of Aldermen meeting, Eldon Garden Club President Dave Hemminger said they are working with the Missouri...

Signed bill establishes funding resources for state parks

Published Jul. 11 2019

Efforts to create a proposed Rock Island Trail State Park took another step forward Wednesday when Gov.

Miller County Fair brings ‘Carnival Lights and Country Nights’

Published Jul. 11 2019

Patrons should prepare for five days of bright lights at the Miller County Fair. This year’s theme of “Carnival Lights...

Jamestown wastewater treatment plant nears completion

Published Jul. 10 2019

As Jamestown's wastewater treatment plant project nears a completion date of July 31, officials with engineering company Bartlett & West...

Eldon school staff to receive base increase, new benefits

Published Jul. 6 2019

The Eldon Board of Education approved changes to the base salary schedule and benefits for staff during a June 28...

Russellville school board censures president

Published Jul. 3 2019

Russellville Board of Education members voted to censure former board President Jerry Schulte and reorganized its leadership at a special...

Centertown confirms next steps in projects

Published Jul. 3 2019

The village of Centertown is moving forward with a stormwater project on Main and Monroe streets without easements from property...

Lone resident attends public hearing for grant

Published Jul. 2 2019

RUSSELLVILLE — One resident attended a Russellville public hearing June 27 to discuss the needs of the city.

Solar System Ambassdor Joy Johnson excited to share NASA with community

Published Jul. 1 2019

While in the military, Joy Johnson witnessed several launches at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.