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Judge, prosecutor look to continue efforts with municipal court

It’s been four years since Cotton Walker and Brian Stumpe took office in the Jefferson City Municipal Court and both are looking forward to potential improvements to municipal court in their next term.

Candidates for school board, JC mayor discuss transparency in government

For school board candidates, an issue often cited is a lack of confidence in the existing board, while some mayoral candidates have said the city needs to make more efforts to be as transparent as possible.

Liquor licenses suspended for 2 Jefferson City stores

Police found both sold alcohol to a minor

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Mayoral candidates discuss growth, conference center

Miffed Steinman walks out in mid-forum

With the election two weeks away, more than 60 people came to watch candidates for Jefferson City mayor discuss city issues Monday night.

Schreiber ready to serve the 5th Ward

Newcomer to City Council unopposed on April ballot

Mark Schreiber believes he’s ready to do his part and serve Jefferson City as a member of the City Council.

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Hundreds take part in annual Pinewood Derby

Hundreds of Cub Scouts gathered together Saturday to race in the annual Five Rivers District Pinewood Derby. The 2015 Pinewood Derby was at the Blair Oaks Middle School, a new location for the annual event.

Current, former city administrators discuss role of position

Personality of next mayor can have huge effect on job

Jefferson City voters will go to the polls in less than three weeks to choose a new mayor, and whoever gets the job will need to work with the city administrator to get things done.

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Jefferson City plans for 2015 street overlay program

Draft list subject to change

Some Jefferson City streets soon will receive attention as city staff finalizes the 2015 street overlay list.

Former fire station to celebrate 80th anniversary

Open house to show future fire museum

The Jefferson City Fire Department is preparing to celebrate the 80th anniversary of one of its former fire stations and the future site of a fire museum.

Graham sees more work to be done

4th Ward councilman unopposed on April ballot

Fourth Ward Councilman Carlos Graham says he wants to continue working on the issues he cares about in the next two years on the Jefferson City Council.

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