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Sewer Work on Lafayette Street has been postponed

Weather conditions have postponed sewer work scheduled for this week on Lafayette Street in Jefferson City.

Beatles cover band ‘Liverpool Legends’ coming to Osage Beach

Liverpool Legends have two shows scheduled at Main Street Music Hall in Osage Beach.

Women's Basketball: Owls beat Missouri Baptist

The William Woods women’s basketball team secured a No. 3 seed in the American Midwest Conference with a 63-43 defeat of Missouri Baptist on Saturday.

Women’s Basketball: Missouri State 86, Drake 57

The Missouri State Lady Bears set a JQH Arena record Sunday with 13 3-pointers in a 86-57 defeat of Drake.

Central Missouri ends Lincoln’s dominance at MIAA Championships

The Lincoln women’s track and field team saw its bid for a fifth straight title at the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletic Association’s Indoor Track and Field Championships get denied Sunday, as the Blue Tigers finished in second place.

Missouri women finish off regular season with win

The Missouri women’s basketball team finished off its regular season on the right foot Sunday, defeating Arkansas 57-41 at Mizzou Arena.

Soybean group plans annual day at Capitol

The Missouri Soybean Association is holding its annual gathering March 11. The day will include a breakfast and a keynote address by Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster, followed by a brief business meeting and review of the association’s resolutions. Missouri soybean farmers will then head to the Capitol for personal visits with their legislators.

Our Opinion: Governing principles caught in political cross-fire

News Tribune editorial

An unpredictable concoction may result when partisan politics mix with the constitutional separation of powers.

Tuscumbia boys claim district crown

The Tuscumbia Lions won their second district championship in program history Saturday with a 56-40 defeat of Prairie Home in the Class 1 District 9 title contest.

Lincoln competes at indoor track meet

The Lincoln women sit in sixth place after two of the three days of competition at the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association’s Indoor Track and Field Championships.

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