Jeff Haldiman



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Ruling to cost county $40,000 to reprint ballots

Adding one sentence to a proposed constitutional amendment on the November ballot will cost Cole County an extra $40,000 in printing costs.

County panel advances road project near hospital

The Cole County Commission on Tuesday authorized improvements to be made to Monroe and Madison Streets as part of the expansion of Capital Region Medical Center.

Cole County officials explore how to shift office space

The Cole County Commission will have another meeting next month about the possibility of moving some county offices.

Officials: Program stems growing jail population

A pre-trial release screening and supervision program that began a year ago has met its goal of reducing overcrowding at the Cole County Jail.

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New 4-lane stretch of U.S. 50 opens

After two years of work, state and local officials opened a new four-lane section of U.S. 50 in Osage County on Friday morning.

Public defenders praise override of veto

The Missouri Public Defenders office is praising lawmakers after this week’s vote to restore funding to the defender system.

Jefferson City 911 upgrades drawing closer

In the near future, the replacement of the 911 phone system for Jefferson City and Cole County will be taking place.

Commission updates ordinances, safety codes

The Cole County Commission on Wednesday worked to clean up several code and ordinance issues.

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Scheduled execution case has ties to Jefferson City

JC woman, Indiana man killed in 1998 robbery

Barring a last-minute intervention by Gov. Jay Nixon or the courts, an Indiana man is scheduled to be executed early Wednesday for the 1998 deaths of a Jefferson City woman and an Indiana delivery man.

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Senior planner pleased with growth of Capital City

The job title may not sound exciting, but for Eric Barron he finds his work exhilarating.

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