Gail and Bob Cummins' 121 Summerhill Drive property has been named the September Yard of the Month by the Bittersweet Garden Club and Central Missouri Master Gardeners.
A sea of blue pride flowed through downtown Russellville and filled the stands at the new high school track Friday in a Celebration of Academic Success.
During 13-state tour of U.S. national parks and South Devon ranches
Leonie Daley walked straight over to the crimson, 1-year-old South Devon heifer, a Cole County Fair winner for 12-year-old Elizabeth Kauffman, was on display at the Triple Crown ranch this week.
Butch and Shirley Gilpin are the sweet, generous neighbors anyone would be happy to have.
The effects of an 18-hour fiery riot contained within the limestone walls of the Missouri State Penitentiary went far beyond that night 60 years ago.
While Gail Hughes sat down to dinner at his home after a regular day as a corrections caseworker at the Missouri State Penitentiary and Warden Ralph Eidson had settled in for an evening of fishing north of town, Sept. 22, 1954, an inmate was beginning his next escape.
The Discover Jefferson City Foundation will host its fourth annual fundraiser 6-8 p.m. Thursday at the Warden’s Home, 700 E. Capitol Ave.
Pete and Debbie Livingston are selling their house and everything they own to be part of restoring children rescued from sex slavery in Svay Pak, Cambodia.
Most of the people who come out for the day are looking to have as much fun as they are to support the volunteer-supported community pool.
Golden Hammer Award winner
A little bungalow in the South Side of Jefferson City received a master’s touch.