Last call for Mortimer Kegley’s
A downtown staple is closing after 34 years of serving drinks and cheap eats.
Hooked on magic, not drugs
Jefferson City is home to one of the nation’s few family magic acts that performs across the country, and this Saturday you can catch them right here in Jefferson City.
Sen. Mike Kehoe added nearly $100,000 to his campaign funds during the last quarter of 2013, raising his total to nearly a half million.
Joseph Tran started his incredible journey as a 10-year-old with a deck of cards. He’s since become a student of theater and psychology, an actor and a theater set-builder. He’s worked in film post-production, toured the country as a performer and graduated from college.
This weekend’s HBA Home Show in Jefferson City features more than 120 vendors with expertise covering the gamut in building and remodeling.
Before Allie Ashcraft releases her arrow toward its mark, she draws back her bow and takes aim.
Supporters of Calvary Lutheran High School packed the school’s new auditorium Sunday afternoon for the dedication and service of blessing for phase 2 of the school’s construction.
Jefferson City’s two state representatives each confirmed on Thursday they plan to seek third terms in the Missouri House, and each has about the same campaign funds entering the 2014 election cycle.
David Luther, the Jefferson City School District’s spokesman who’s also the right-hand man to the superintendent, has announced he will retire at the end of the school year.
As city and county road crews on Sunday struggled to keep roads cleared amid a snowstorm and gusting winds, police dealt with the fallout of motorists with vehicles not equipped for this severe weather.