Student council has been part of Jacob Robertson’s life since sixth grade.
The first brick building constructed after the Capital City location was decided nearly 200 years ago likely was the Rising Sun Hotel. With traffic along the river, “the highway of the day,” many guests would have brought news and ideas to the city by staying at this original anchor.
He’s likely the youngest member of the Mid-Mo Old Car Club. And he’s certainly the first to receive the club’s $1,000 scholarship.
Bishop John Gaydos will celebrate Mass at 3 p.m. at the Cathedral of St. Joseph. Then guests are invited to a receiving line with the sisters and a reception in their honor in the undercroft.
DNR staff donates 6,000 pounds of food to pantry
With nearly 2,000 people served this month at the Samaritan Center, a 6,000-pound donation has restored the center’s pantry to a good operating level.
Cindy Schnieders has organized Immaculate Conception Church to offer a Thanksgiving meal to families in need. Last year, the effort delivered about 450 meals to homes and served another 50 at the church. To inquire about delivery, call 573-635-6143 before noon Tuesday.
Despite injuries and personal setbacks, the seniors on Cole County R-1 High School’s boys and girls cross country teams persevered.
Literacy Nights open up a world of reading
Teachers at Cole County R-1 Schools include fun and technology in their attempts to share a love of reading with elementary students.
Designated as Jefferson City Landmark
Jefferson City's Millbottom was “one of the most interesting, multi-dimensional historical neighborhoods,” said author and historian Gary Kremer.
Jefferson City’s Historic Preservation Commission celebrated successes Tuesday. Future applicants for demolition will be required to submit photos taken within the last 90 days of both the exterior and interior of structures 50-years-old and older.