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Officials: Multipurpose building could serve citizens, draw tourists

As the Jefferson City Council considers whether to help fund a proposed multipurpose building, the facility’s purpose may have shifted somewhere between serving residents and attracting tourism.

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Day Care Center helps parents balance needs of job, kids

A Christmas Wish Part 5: Putting busy mom at ease

For Jenna Kelsey, the Jefferson City Day Care Center is what enables her go to work every day and not have to worry about her two daughters.

For nearly half-century, Jefferson City Day Care has nurtured children

The Jefferson City Day Care has sought to provide child care to those who may not otherwise be able to afford it for nearly 50 years.

Holiday hoops bring economic benefit

Annual tournament generates hotel room stays, dollars

The 2014 Capital City Holiday Hoops Showcase brings more than athletes to Jefferson City — it also brings added dollars to the community.

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Three vie for Jefferson City mayor’s seat

Other offices also draw candidates

After one day of filing, Jefferson City voters can expect at least one race on the April ballot.

JC Animal Shelter to search for new vet, director

Jefferson City soon will be searching for a new veterinarian and director for the Jefferson City Animal Shelter.

Tergin announces run for mayor

Former 4th Ward Councilwoman Carrie Tergin plans to run for Jefferson City mayor.

Council discusses process to replace Bray

The Jefferson City Council is now hoping to fill a soon-to-be vacant seat as quickly as possible in January.

Council considers multipurpose funding options

The Jefferson City Council is considering how it can help fund a four-court multipurpose facility being pursued by the Parks and Recreation Commission and Lincoln University.

Tergin announces run for mayor; filing opens Tuesday

Former 4th Ward Councilwoman Carrie Tergin plans to run for Jefferson City mayor.

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