Long before the fate of Twinkies came into question, Jefferson City faced a more critical dilemma: the lack of a doughnut shop. Dunkin’ Donuts has previously told us that franchise opportunities still exist here in Jefferson City.
A cheer for Champs
Champs Chicken, a nationwide-branded food program based in Holts Summit, opened its 500th location Tuesday at the Choctaw Travel Plaza in Poteau, Okla.
The Roly Poly sandwich shop located in Jefferson City at 512 Ellis Blvd. has been serving up a fresh lunch option for 10 years.
Several homeowners along Geneva Street are breathing a sigh of relief as waters recede from the flooded Gray’s Creek in their backyards.
North Jefferson City appears to have dodged major flooding, and possibly by the thinnest margin ever.
The owners of the Truman Hotel and Conference Center have been trying to find a buyer, and they’ve reduced the asking price from about $1.95 million to $1.775 million. The Cole County Assessor’s Office said the 2012 assessed value is $4 million.
The Capital Mall will introduce a new store to Jefferson City beginning in early July. Justice, a girls clothing store targeting the tween market, will begin construction Monday.
Helias Catholic High School’s chaplain urged the school’s 186 graduates to continue to be open to the gift of the Holy Spirit and to ask themselves how they can better use the gift of the Holy Spirit.
Jefferson City High School’s 2013 class valedictorian, Hughes Lee, urged his fellow classmates at Sunday’s graduation to “dream big, but think small.”
At Sunday’s Jefferson City High School baccalaureate service, a pastor told members of the graduating class that his faith wasn’t always solid — especially about the time he graduated from high school.