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Shoppers line up early on Thanksgiving for best deals

Deals vs. meals

The tradition of going to stores and getting the early special deals was alive and well at many locations Thursday night in Jefferson City.

Contract for courthouse windows awarded

The Cole County Commission has awarded a contract to replace windows at the Cole County Courthouse and the County Annex.

Cole County drafting sales tax wish list

Extension of tax for capital improvements will be on April ballot

Cole County and Jefferson City officials are getting ready for the next five-year installment of the half-cent capital improvements sales tax, which will be on the ballot for both entities next year.

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Upbeat in Jefferson City

Quentin Rice keeps his fingers on the pulse of local arts scene

Quinten Rice is working to make the arts and music scene thrive in Jefferson City.

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Conservation: No new cases of deer disease reported

With deer hunting season in full swing, officials with the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) say there have been no new cases of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) reported in the state.

Local, state officials say road crews ready for season’s challenges

Friday’s gray skies and chilling rains turned many motorists’ minds to the challenges of driving on Missouri’s roads during the winter.

Door-to-door sale pitches prompt warning from sheriff

Time for caution

The Cole County Sheriff’s Department has seen a steady stream of reports in recent months of individuals attempting to sell products at residences throughout the county.

Jefferson City man charged in attack on woman

A Jefferson City man is facing multiple charges in a sexual assault case.

Cole County eyes $65.4M budget

Cole County is proposing to increase its budget by 4.64 percent next year. Auditor Kristen Berhorst presented a proposed budget of $65.4 million for 2016, up from $62.5 million in 2015.

Jefferson City woman sentenced in chase

A Jefferson City woman charged in a case that included a high-speed chase along parts of U.S. 54 in Miller and Cole counties in March has been sentenced to four years in prison

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