News Tribune reporter
Five seeking two school board seats offer perspectives
Healing the rift that has developed between the Jefferson City Public School Board of Education and many of the district’s teachers is something all five board candidates say they view as a priority.
First Student, one of the largest providers of school bus services in the United States, will continue to transport students for the Jefferson City Public Schools.
A Jefferson City teenager has proposed a bill to expand gifted education in Missouri, which he hopes state lawmakers will pick up and embrace as their own.
LU panel discusses healthy food availability, public policy
Two dozen people gathered on the Lincoln University campus Monday evening to attend the free public forum, “There’s No Plate Like Home.”
When Jennifer Nesmeyer, a 17-year-old senior at Blair Oaks High School, tells people she wants to be a welder, they often don’t believe her. Even Kenny Thomas, the welding instructor at Nichols Career Center, didn’t take her seriously at first.
Icy weather didn’t deter serious shoppers from attending the Home Builders Association’s Home Show held at the Firley YMCA on Friday and Saturday.
A dose of wintry weather that deposited freezing sleet, rain and snow on Mid-Missouri’s roadways created difficulties for unsuspecting drivers Friday evening.
Small, but mighty.
Twenty-seven staff employed by the Jefferson City Public Schools were honored Thursday morning at a breakfast held in the atrium of the Miller Performing Arts Center.
After 40 years in public education and seven years serving the Jefferson City Public Schools, Director of Academies Myron Graber announced his impending retirement, effective June 30.