The conference center is consuming much time and energy for Jefferson City officials, but — for now, at least — added costs to taxpayers are not skyrocketing.
The jury trial for Pamela Carter, the Fulton woman accused in the robbery and beating of a stranger leaving the Fulton Walmart in October 2012, has been delayed to give attorneys more time to issue a subpoena to an out-of-state witness.
Tuscumbia placed four players in double figures as the Lions claimed a 56-43 victory against Prairie Home in the opening round of the Pilot Grove Tournament on Tuesday.
It was another strong year for boys soccer in the area. Jefferson City and Helias reached the state playoffs, while Southern Boone earned a Final Four berth. That was reflected when the Missouri State High School Soccer Coaches Association released its all-state team Tuesday.
Missouri State Treasurer Clint Zweifel will make a major announcement regarding a new unclaimed property program at 10 a.m. today in the Capitol Rotunda.
A total of 25 area football players have been selected to all-state football teams in their respective classes for the 2013 season by media members from around Missouri In addition, five of those schools earned spots in the final state rankings, while two others received votes.
The Blair Oaks Falcons rolled to a pair of dual victories Tuesday night, defeateing Fatima (60-12) and Tipton (57-24).
The Helias Crusaders finished 1-1 in duals Tuesday night. The Crusaders opened with a 61-20 loss to the Moberly Spartans before posting a 454-30 victory agianst the Hickman Kewpies.
The Jefferson City Jays had 10 winners to claim a 47-18 win over Camdenton on Tuesday night.
After dominating the competition at the Bob Timmons Challenge, Lincoln juniors Yanique Ellington and Nickeisha Beaumont swept the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletic Association’s women’s track and field Athlete of the Week awards.