New Year’s Day 2015 vocalists from Jefferson City will celebrate the Feast of Mary, Mother of God Papal Mass at St. Peter Basilica in Rome with Pope Francis.
Third-grader Abigail Barr knew exactly where her pink handprint was on the backdrop used for portraits Friday morning for the Cole County R-5 School PTO’s Muffins with Mom.
Snow, ice and bitter winds may be outside, but miniature waterfalls, woods and fantasy homes bring warmth to the entrance at Longfellows Garden Center in Centertown.
For young families, with little ones’ activities and building careers, taking an active part in the political process can be a challenge.
Jumping through hoops
Hospitality was the name of the behind-the-scenes game at Russellville High School this week, where the girls and boys Class 2 District 8 basketball tournament has been held.
In his 50th year of fishing at Bennett Springs State Park, Milt Barr will do the honor at his favorite fishing hole Saturday.
City crackdown could spur new interest
As Jefferson City presses abandoned building owners to get their properties up to code and to pay fees, the Old Town Revitalization Company has reached out with an alternative.
Mid-Missouri lab is at the forefront of the biochar industry
In a third-floor Lincoln University lab, advances in the understanding and potential of biochar to make soil more fertile are leading the international industry.
The Osage County Republican Committee rolled out a new voter program, expected to be replicated across the state, at its annual Lincoln Day Banquet on Thursday at the Westphalia Lions Club Hall.
The Historic City of Jefferson recently committed to host a Commemoration of the 150th anniversary of The Battle That Never Was.