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Our Opinion: Will Gen Z disconnect from high tech?

News Tribune editorial

Future change — prompted by loss of privacy, online discomfort and being overconnected — may come in the form of a retreat from technology by Generation Z.

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Elks Lodge brings Thanksgiving fare to 65 area families

A growing number of Jefferson City families are able to enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving meal through the efforts of the Elks Lodge in Jefferson City.

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Cookie sale once again a popular sweet tooth destination

Nobody is for certain how long it’s been taking place, but once again many Jefferson Citians got their sweet tooth’s satisfied thanks to the annual Heisinger Bluffs Cookie Sale.

Lincoln women pick up third victory

Lincoln placed three players in double figures and the Blue Tigers didn’t allow a field goal in the final 6:36 of the game to claim a 58-51 win Saturday against Maryville in the second round of the UMSL Classic.

Lincoln men fall to St. Mary’s

Victor Scott scored 20 points, Joshua Buie chipped in with 18 and Mike Smith finished with 15, but it wasn’t enough for Lincoln as the Blue Tigers suffered a 78-74 loss Saturday against St. Mary’s (Kan.) in the second round of the Freeman Sports/Chris Tucker Memorial Classic.

Youth Wrestling: Thomas Jefferson wins dual

Thomas Jefferson defeated Lewis and Clark 85-33 in a dual between the middle schools last week.

Girls Basketball: Seventh-grade teams split

Lewis and Clark and Thomas Jefferson’s seventh-grade girls basketball teams split two games on Thursday night.

Our Opinion: Seasonal crimes call for precautions

News Tribune editorial

Jefferson City police have issued a seasonal crime prevention reminder in the wake of a recent incident.

Public help needed to identify theft locations

Charges filed against suspect in Callaway County package thefts

Investigators are continuing to recover packages they believe were stolen by a suspect caught on video stealing from a home in Callaway County, but they need more help from the public.

Probation granted after June vandalism

A Jefferson City woman charged in connection with vandalism at Countryside Park in Taos in June was placed on five years supervised probation.

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