Mid-Missourians alerted by Siberian relative
“We are burning.” That was what Mid-Missourians Erik and Lucy Minkin heard over the phone from her cousin, Lyudmila Tutkova, who called the Mid-Missouri couple on April 12 from her village Sabinka in Siberia.
Renowned butterfly species draws new attention on Earth Day
Lincoln University’s agriculture and extension programs provide a unique opportunity for the Mid-Missouri school to develop cooperative relationships in foreign countries.
Once a destination for criminals to be punished or, in some cases, put to death, the old Missouri State Penitentiary now attracts thousands of tourists every year looking to get a glimpse inside the walls.
Adding curb appeal
Six local historic treasures will be recognized this year as their owners have put a new shine to their curb appeal
Jefferson City’s Cemetery Resources Board took a walk-through of the Old City and Woodland cemeteries Tuesday to prepare and prioritize repair and restoration projects.
Finally — the Missouri State Penitentiary has been nominated to the National Register of Historic Places.
When a student has struggled in regular education classes but is high functioning, it might be difficult to create a plan for his next step in life.
Two additions have been made to the Russellville-Lohman Fire Protection District.
Don’t be fooled by Susan Bell’s calm demeanor; there’s an adventurer inside.