Eugene senior making his mark with champion goats
Trent Kempker spends more than an hour each day at his Eugene farm with Will and his other goats, which he shows at about 10 contests each year.
Greenhouse class has growth spurt in Russellville
The bright, beautiful blooms of the petunias and impatiens draw gardeners to plant the annuals in their beds.
The bass beat was thumping through downtown Jefferson City as thousands of walkers and runners of all ages were jumping and waving their hands under wispy clouds of color Saturday morning.
Pantry aims to offer simple recipes
When Stephanie Scott-Huffman heard Kolbi Ward could feed her family of five with $200 for a month, she knew her innovative food pantry concept was coming together.
The shoe industry was a big money maker in Jefferson City, especially during the era of prison labor. The International Shoe Building at 1101 E. Capitol Ave. was one of several industries built apart from the controversial inmate labor pool.
Efforts of counselor Cherri Williams and Russellville elementary and middle school teachers paid off. MAP test scores are among the top in the Show-Me Conference.
Mid-Missouri hosts King Kat Tournament Trail
A professional catfish tournament will be casting into the Missouri River on Saturday.
Communication is the key to influencing a society.
It won’t be the first time runners in Jefferson City will be drenched with colors. But it will be the first-time for the national Color Vibe organization to host a 5K run downtown, expected to draw more than 3,000 runners.
As a teenager, Gene Patterson found his life’s ambition.