Stories by Julie
After more than two months, the Dunklin and Lafayette intersection is expected to reopen by the end of this week.
Peeking into April Dyer’s back yard, one might not know what type of animal might being bottle fed and temporarily living there. This spring found Dyer playing nursemaid to an orphaned fawn and a baby groundhog.
West School first grade teacher Shannon Smith was in for quite the surprise Thursday as members of Lincoln University’s Blue Tiger Quarterback Club and Blue Tigers team popped into her classroom bearing gifts.
Before the full heat of the day had set in on Monday, officials with Ameren Missouri had already given 50 Energy Star window air conditioning units to the Samaritan Center, which will the distribute them to clients with medical needs.
More than 60 pieces of Union Pacific railroad machinery used to replace rail paraded eastward out of Jefferson City on Monday after replacing a section of the millbottom railyard over the weekend.
What started out as a customer’s regular trip to Mr. G’s Liquor Store to get a soda became a friendship with lasting impact on the store’s owner, Norris Gerhart.
Two men from a world apart, geographically and culturally, have found a common link to draw attention to their respective passions.
Apprentice, journeyman and long-time linemen from electric co-operatives around the state took part in training courses this week at the Association of Missouri Electric Cooperatives facility in Jefferson City.
Tour of Africa Day for seventh-graders at Thomas Jefferson Middle School is a culmination of weeks of interdisciplinary study.
Students sing “Cousins are Coming for Christmas”
Ben Campbell, near, Isaac Schwarz and Sara Jones follow along as the presenter goes through the steps in conflict resolution.
Tim Kleva leans in for a quick photograph with his son