Jeff Haldiman

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Bridge switch starts tonight

Work to switch traffic on the westbound U.S.54/63 bridge over the Missouri River in Jefferson City to the eastbound bridge so the westbound structure can be painted will begin at 7 p.m. today.

County commission looking to perform internal salary study

The Cole County Commission would prefer to do an in-house salary study on the pay of county employees.

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Putting his trust in God

Msgr. Lammers celebrates 50 years in the priesthood

Monsignor Donald Lammers celebrated his 50th priestly anniversary with a Mass of Thanksgiving on April 17 in the Cathedral of St. Joseph in Jefferson City.

Callaway County soldier honored with monument

After a year of work, a monument to honor a Callaway County soldier killed in Kuwait will be erected at the end of the month.

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Barbecue fundraiser back for 10th year

For the last nine years, the Capital City Cook-off has been considered the premiere barbecue fundraiser in Mid-Missouri, raising more than $130,000 for the Special Learning Center.

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Lou Holtz talks to student athletes about life choices

He spoke to ballrooms full of people Monday night and Tuesday morning in Jefferson City, but perhaps his most important talk was to about 40 local high school students.

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Judgment expected in Buescher property case

Buescher owes city $25,000 for violating nuisance code

Cole County Presiding Judge Pat Joyce said she will have a judgment within 15-20 days after a brief bench trial took place Tuesday afternoon in the case of a Jefferson City woman being sued by the city for violating the city’s nuisance code.

Former Cole County presiding commissioner dies

Word spread quickly Tuesday morning after the death of former Cole County Presiding Commissioner Bob Jones was announced.

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Tergin won't veto controversial project bills

April election winners sworn in Monday

The issue that dominated the last Jefferson City Council meeting started Monday night’s Council meeting.

JC man’s traveling companions agree with his mother that their friend likely was murdered

Friends of a Jefferson City man who died in Russia have joined his mother in her belief that he was murdered.

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