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Matthew Schaefer of Truman State finished fourth in the unseeded 800-meter run Thursday at the Kansas Relays.
Dan Raithel set a stadium record Friday in the men’s hammer throw at the Mules Relays.
Adriel Hawkins of Missouri S&T won a pair of events, one in a school-record time, Saturday at the Dewey Allgoood Invitational.
Thomas Jefferson swept the titles in an eighth-grade quadrangular Thursday.
The Missouri Tigers dropped a 9-7 decision to the Mississippi State Bulldogs in the finale of a three-game Southeastern Conference series Sunday at Taylor Stadium.
The William Woods Owls wrapped up the American Midwest Conference title and No. 1 seed in the conference tournament with a doubleheader sweep Saturday of Lyon College.
Monique Thompson win the 1,500-meter run highlighted Lincoln’s performances in the Kansas Relays that concluded Saturday.
The Blair Oaks boys track and field team earned a first-place finish at the Eldon Maroon and Gold meet on Thursday.
After winning its first two games of the Columbia Tournament, Blair Oaks surrendered six unearned runs in the fourth inning of the championship game as Rock Bridge claimed a 7-2 victory Saturday.
Democrat Mollie Kristen Freebairn of Jefferson City filed last month to run against incumbent Mike Kehoe in the Missouri Senate’s 6th District.
Lincoln lost a pair of Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association games against Washburn on Saturday.
The Jefferson City Jays fell to Christian Brother College High School 7-2, but bounced back to claim a 5-4 win against Joplin at the Columbia Duals on Saturday.
A three-run seventh inning for the No. 22 Mississippi State Bulldogs proved to be the difference as Missouri fell 6-2 on Saturday afternoon at Taylor Stadium.
Brad Wilson (Helias High School) went 9-for-15 to help lead No. 21 Central Missouri in a Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association four-game series against Missouri Western.
William Woods completed a three-game American Midwest Conference sweep against Mid-Continent University on Saturday.
The freshman duo of Natalie Fleming and Tori Finucane once again put together a pair of strong performances for No. 13 Missouri in the final game of the weekend series against Mississippi.
Emily Crumpton (Blair Oaks High School) earned a third-place finish in the 5,000-meter run for Southwest Baptist University at the Mule Relays on Friday.
A Jefferson City man was arrested Saturday after getting into a pursuit with police, ending with the safe recovery of a child taken after a domestic violence incident.
News Tribune editorial
Public debate about e-cigarettes is heating up. The byproducts — controversy, promotion and opposition — may be outpacing factual information.
The Cole County grand jury this week indicted a Jefferson City man and woman who are each charged with second-degree burglary for breaking into a home on East Capitol Avenue in February.
The Lincoln baseball team managed just nine hits in 16 innings of play Friday and dropped both halves of a doubleheader with the Washburn Ichabods.
Details on NewsTribune.com of Easter-related events and church services this weekend in the Jefferson City area.
Blake Snyder and Ryan Mantle combined to strike out 14 batters Friday as Linn defeated Belle 8-2.
The Lincoln softball team ended a 15-game losing streak with a 7-6 win against Lindenwood-Belleville in the second game of a non-conference doubleheader on Friday afternoon.
The Jefferson City Jays and Lady Jays both took home first-place finishes in the 55th Annual Capital City Relays held Friday afternoon at Adkins Stadium.
The mother and aunt of an 8-year-old child who was taken from a Jefferson City elementary school Thursday have been charged with parental kidnapping.
We’re disappointed. We had hoped the Cole County Commission would use a decision on the future of vacated facilities as a springboard to create a comprehensive, master plan.
Cole County Public Works officials have announced that crews will be laying asphalt in the westbound lanes Monday.
A Skate for Rachel benefit for Rachel Bruemmer is today at Jefferson City's Washington Park Ice Arena.
Split with Hickman
The Jefferson City Jays earned a split with Hickman on Thursday at Vivion Field.
The Jefferson City JV team posted a 7-2 win against the Sedalia Smith-Cotton varsity Thursday at Washington Park.
The Helias Crusaders finished third, while the Jefferson City Jays earned a fourth-place finish in a quadrangular match with Rock Bridge and Hickman on Thursday.
The Eugene Eagles downed Fatima in a dual golf match Thursday at Redfield Golf Club, winning 148-177.
The Jefferson City Lady Jays posted their fifth straight shutout Thursday night, blanking Battle 7-0.
Wayne Schmid of Jefferson City made a hole-in-one Thursday at the Eagle Knoll Golf Club.
Providing locally produced food to Missouri students is a good idea.
The Diocese of Jefferson City has been notified by the Chief of Police of Salisbury, MO that a man purporting to be a Roman Catholic priest or monk, and claiming to have plans to build a convent or monastery, is soliciting money for donations.
Court documents say a drug deal led to Friday’s shooting on East Dunklin Street that left one man injured.
A seventh-grade boy assaulted another seventh-grader in a hallway at Thomas Jefferson Middle School on Tuesday.
In conference track and field
MOKANE — The South Callaway Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs swept team honors Tuesday at the Show-Me Conference Track and Field Championships.
The Helias Crusaders swept a freshman doubleheader Wednesday from the Rolla Bulldogs.
The Jefferson City Jays played Wednesday at the Springfield Invitational.
OLATHE, Kan. — William Woods extended its undefeated streak in mid-week contest to 10 after the Owls swept a pair of seven-inning games at MidAmerican Nazaren on Tuesday afternoon.
The Helias Lady Crusaders fell to Duchesne 3-2 on Wednesday.
The Eugene Eagles rolled to a victory in a quadrangular at Redfield Golf Club.
The Helias Crusaders finished 13th and the Jefferson City Jays took 18th on Wednesday at the Camdenton Laker Invitational at Old Kinderhook.
Missouri law enforcement is adapting a concept from athletics.
Columbia College swept an American Midwest Conference doubleheader from crosstown rival Stephens College on Tuesday afternoon.
The Lincoln Blue Tigers have added one more non-conference opponent to their schedule, filling their open date on Nov. 1 with a road game at Central Washington.
William Woods sophomore Kaylee Ferrier (Helias High School) earned her second straight American Midwest Conference Field Athlete of the Week award, the league announced Tuesday.