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Concerns raised over 54 interchange

County, engineers to discuss potential for congestion

After the Cole County presiding commissioner expressed concerns about road improvements at U.S. 54 and Stadium Boulevard, the County Commission asked for a meeting with the traffic engineers who designed the project.

Candidates for fire chief answer to public, firefighters

Firefighters and citizens got their chances to ask questions of the three finalists looking to become the next fire chief of Jefferson City.

Commission OKs funds for more jurors

The Cole County Commission has added money to the budget to pay for the cost of jurors, since more jury trials are taking place this year.

Jaycees put Cole County back in fair’s title

Last year, the annual fair at the Jefferson City Jaycees Fairgrounds dropped Cole County from the title.

Council endorses road tax

The Jefferson City Council unanimously approved a resolution urging voters to support a state-wide amendment on next month’s ballot to fund road upkeep and new construction.

Early voting main difference for Cole County clerk candidates

The three Republicans running for Cole County clerk all believe the office is running well right now, but do want to see greater efforts to get people out to the polls and vote.

Business 50 work a week ahead of schedule, officials say

The improvement work on Business 50 in Apache Flats is going according to plan and is about one week ahead of schedule, according to Cole County Public Works officials and the project’s contractor, Don Schnieders Excavating.

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Police: Cray murder probe ‘still very active’

No new significant developments have emerged in the investigation into the murder of a Jefferson City man in May, Jefferson City police said Friday.

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Old Town gets tax exemption

Also, Ameren's personal property assessments lowered

Cole County’s Board of Equalization on Thursday exempted Old Town Revitalization Company from property taxes, but did not grant an appeal from Ameren Missouri that would have lowered the company’s taxes in Cole County.

Iberia man won’t faces charges in shooting

Miller County Prosecuting Attorney Matt Howard will not file charges in connection with a shooting incident that occurred near Iberia on May 8.

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