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JC native receives 'Inspiration to Action' award

Rebecca Welsh, a Jefferson City native and founder of the HALO Foundation, received the “Inspiration to Action” award at Variety Magazine’s ninth annual Power of Women event Friday in Los Angeles.

Boys Soccer: Fatima 5, Dixon 0

The Fatima Comets blanked Dixon 5-0 on Friday.

St. Elizabeth wins softball district title

St. Elizabeth defeated Crocker 2-1 on Friday to win the Class 1 District 3 championship.

Lady Jays softball takes district title

The Jefferson City Lady Jays beat Camdenton 9-6 on Friday to take the Class 4 District 10 championship.

Fatima softball wins district championship

Fatima defeated South Callaway 5-2 on Friday to win the Class 2 District 10 championship. Macy Berhorst was the winning pitcher, allowing two hits and striking out seven.

Columbia man in custody following chase in Callaway County

A Columbia man was taken into custody early Thursday morning following a chase with Callaway County authorities.

Our Opinion: ‘ShakeOut’ to prepare for quakes

Although pop superstar Taylor Swift urges listeners to “shake it off,” Missouri disaster officials are inviting people to take part in the upcoming “shakeout.”

Armless musician will keynote PHC fundraiser

More than 600 people are expected to attend “Life: where inspiration begins,” the fourth annual Pregnancy Help Center banquet 6:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday at the Capitol Plaza Hotel.

Boys Soccer: Jays defeat Camdenton 5-1

Erich Sporleder and Jordan Carron scored two goals each Thursday to lead Jefferson City in a 5-1 win against Camdenton.

Boys Soccer: Helias downs Marshall 4-1 in shortened game

The Helias Crusaders beat Marshall 4-1 on Thursday in a game shortened to one half of play due to lightning.

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