The toy aisles of Walmart Supercenter in eastern Jefferson City were filled with blue and gray uniforms, shopping carts and excited children Saturday morning.
While most high school seniors are immersed in their final year of activities and classes, a few students each year at Russellville High School choose to graduate in December.
The Burkheads operate their accounting business out of what was once the home of a distinguished Jefferson City business man at 600 E. Capitol Ave. known as the Dallmeyer Home.
A week from now, more than 60 Mid-Missourians will be in the heart of the Roman Catholic Church.
Faces from the city’s past and familiar facades were featured in more than 60 displays created by students in the local gifted program.
Many children will spend Christmas at the St. Louis Children’s Hospital, not only away from home but with health concerns. One of those children is Maelynne Cartee.
Local author and historian Gary Kremer has published his 12th book, “Race and Meaning: The African American Experience in Missouri,” and hopes it will help encourage that understanding.
Using their own hands and often excavating without powered machines, the members of Golla Church in India are joyful they soon will have a place of worship.
Russellville students get a jump on degrees with Central Methodist ITV program
Choosing to challenge themselves, several Russellville High School upperclassmen are studying college-level classes, thanks to Central Methodist University’s ITV program.
Friday night in downtown Jefferson City
Church volunteers prepared gallons of hot apple cider, dancers fixed their hair and costumes, and Santa made his appearance to listen to little one’s requests. Many Living Windows traditions continued in downtown Jefferson City on Friday night, despite the rain that glistened on the pavement.