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.
Untouched prairies and dense forests covered Mid-Missouri when French-Canadian fur traders established Cote sans Dessein more than 200 years ago.
A haven for reflection
Russellville garden features Stations of the Cross
Russellville youngsters get ‘tour’ of ancient artifacts
About 30 sixth-graders at Russellville Elementary School were fixated on a television screen, where two terra cotta figures were being discussed by Ben Hauser of the Cleveland Museum of Art.
Voters in the Jamestown School District will be asked Tuesday to approve a levy to improve the school facilities.
Proponents point to success and growth of Blair Oaks
Could 2018 see Indian football on Russellville High School’s newly completed track and field complex?