News Tribune reporter
Strengthening the child welfare workforce is one of Tim Decker’s toughest challenges and top priorities.
Central Missouri is home to 30 newly minted citizens today, the result of a naturalization ceremony held Thursday afternoon at the Miller Performing Arts Center.
Thursday’s naturalization ceremony served as a real-world civics lesson for the Jefferson City students who attended.
Two retirements in the Jefferson City Public Schools recently led to a flurry of leadership changes for Thomas Jefferson Middle School, Simonsen 9th Grade Center and Jefferson City High School this week.
When John Martin was a kid, his dad was an alcoholic and his older brother was a bad influence.
Tami Turner gives emotional farewell
In the wake of last week’s election, two incumbents and a newcomer — John Ruth, Ken Theroff and Stephen Bruce — were sworn in as members of the Jefferson City Board of Education on Monday evening.
'I was treated very well here'
The first African-American to graduate from Helias Catholic High School recently shared memories of growing up in Jefferson City with a class of sociology students who attend his alma mater.
Two incumbents and a challenger were elected to the Jefferson City Board of Education in Tuesday’s election.
At Jefferson City, district could spend $743 more per student
If Missouri state lawmakers had fully funded the state’s foundation formula this fiscal year, the Jefferson City Public Schools would have been able to spend $743 more per student.
A committee tasked with hashing out a 20-year facilities plan for the Jefferson City schools opted Thursday night to delay a town hall-style meeting in order to gather more information first.