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Our Opinion: Coping with declining city revenues

The alchemy of budgeting is a blend of mathematics, prioritization and educated guesswork.

Thefts from vehicles investigated

In the early morning hours of Monday, Jefferson City police responded to a series of theft from motor vehicle calls throughout the city

Meeting set for tonight on public schools' needs

The Jefferson City Public Schools' Long Range Facility Planning Committee is hosting a public information meeting tonight to present the group’s recommendations for a 20-year building plan.

Heroin overdose investigated

On Tuesday at just after 4 a.m., Jefferson City Police responded to a residence in the 2800 block of Sue Drive for a possible overdose. When officers arrived on scene, they made contact with the reporting person who claimed she found her daughter unresponsive in the bathroom.

Jefferson Citian joins Baptist delegation on Cuba trip

A local Baptist leader participated in a week-long trip to Cuba to meet with Cuban Baptist leaders.

Fundraiser for trampled girl raises $24,000

Danny Cartee was speechless Monday when he learned Saturday’s Miracles for Maelyne event raised $24,000 for his daughter, who is recovering from head trauma at the St. Louis Children’s Hospital.

JV Jays fall to Rockhurst

The Jefferson City junior varsity football team lost to Rockhurst 26-14 on Monday in the Jays’ final game of season.

Volleyball: Missouri S&T 3, Grand Valley State 0

The Missouri S&T Miners held off Grand Valley State 25-23, 25-23, 25-23 on Saturday.

Youth Volleyball: St. Stanislaus 2, Trinity Lutheran 1

The St. Stanislaus fifth grade volleyball team defeated Trinity Lutheran on Saturday, 17-25, 25-22 and 25-4.

Four remain in prep football rankings

The positions remain the same for the four area schools in the state high school football rankings.

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