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Malachi Saint of Thomas Jefferson went 3-0 in tri-dual action with Lewis and Clark and Blair Oaks on Wednesday night.
Toby Heuman and Bryant Aulbur picked up two wins each Wednesday night for Lewis and Clark in a tri-dual against Thomas Jefferson and Blair Oaks.
ASHLAND — The Blair Oaks seventh-grade boys fell 36-33 to Southern Boone in the championship game of the Southern Boone Tournament on Thursday.
The Thomas Jefferson Middle School seventh grade girls basketball A team improved to 3-0 after defeating Smithton Middle School 40-5.
The Heisinger Bluffs and St. Joseph’s Bluffs Auxiliary are again kicking off the Christmas season with sweets.
A Jefferson City man was placed on five years supervised probation for pleading guilty to charges of selling cocaine in or near public housing units from April though June 2014.
A Jefferson City man charged in connection with a robbery in Binder Park over a drug deal gone bad in September was sentenced to five years in prison.
When families are disrupted, the welfare of children takes on a wide gravitational pull that attracts the interests of government, the judiciary, health care, volunteer groups and more.
The Blair Oaks seventh grade team defeated Columbia Catholic 30-23 in Tuesday’s semifinals of the Southern Boone Tournament.
The Lewis and Clark seventh-grade teams swept games Tuesday from Oakland Middle School.
The Blair Oaks seventh grade girls beat Columbia Catholic 30-16 in the Southern Boone Tournament semifinals Tuesday.
Lewis and Clark split a seventh-grade doubleheader Tuesday with Oakland Middle School.
Missouri’s unemployment rate fell by three-tenths of a point in October to 5.0 percent, the lowest rate since April 2007, according to seasonally adjusted data released Tuesday by the Missouri Department of Economic Development.
Young people deserve second chances.
A child playing with a lighter caused a house fire Monday night in Jefferson City.
A Jefferson City woman was treated for moderate injuries Monday afternoon after a one-vehicle crash.
The Thomas Jefferson eighth-grade teams swept an A-B doubleheader with Smithton Junior High on Monday.
The Lewis and Clark seventh-graders swept a doubleheader with Jefferson Middle School on Friday.
William Woods’ Brittney Engelbrecht was recently named first-team all-conference by the American Midwest Conference.
The 14th Annual Jaybird Cross Country Challenge was held Saturday at Cole County Park.
Members of the Gym-Zzouri gymnastics team recently competed in the Flipz USA Invitational.
The Thomas Jefferson seventh-grade basketball teams hosted a pair of doubleheaders recently.
The Thomas Jefferson seventh-grade basketball teams both beat Oakland Middle School on Saturday.
Fatima’s Kenadi Huhn was named the Most Valuable Player when the Show-Me Conference announced its all-conference volleyball team.
The Blair Oaks eighth-grade girls team dropped a 37-14 decision to Harrisburg in the Harrisburg Tournament on Monday.
The William Woods Owls improved to 4-0 on the season with a 69-49 win against Graceland University on Saturday.
The Missouri S&T volleyball team closed out the regular season by winning a pair of matches in St. Louis over the weekend.
William Woods’ Tiffany Weaver was named to the first team when the American Midwest Conference recently announced its all-conference soccer teams.
One person died in a two-vehicle accident Monday morning in Jefferson City.
One person died in a two vehicle accident Monday morning in Jefferson City.
Solid waste collection and disposal services will be discussed at a public information meeting at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Jefferson City council chambers, 320 E. McCarty St.
Clarksburg resident James M. Stone, 24, died in a one-vehicle wreck early Sunday morning in Moniteau County.
Two Jefferson City residents and a Holts Summit woman were injured in a two-vehicle wreck at about 1:13 p.m. Sunday near the entrance of Westlake ACE Hardware.
News Tribune editorial
During this holiday season, bell-ringers again will stand beside Red Kettles at a range of stores to encourage shoppers to support the Salvation Army’s mission to shelter, feed and otherwise assist people in need.
The Lincoln football team couldn’t recover from a six-score halftime deficit in a 62-19, season-ending loss Saturday to Southwest Baptist.
It came down to the final buzzer for the Lincoln Blue Tigers once again. And for the second day in a row, they emerged with a narrow victory.
Two people were injured Friday afternoon during a two-vehicle accident in Jefferson City involving a Missouri Highway Patrol vehicle.
News Tribune editorial
In preparation for winter’s approach, Winter Weather Awareness Day will be observed Wednesday to promote awareness of safety preparedness.
A Holts Summit man charged in connection with a robbery that occurred in April in Jefferson City was recently sentenced to prison for pleading guilty to an amended charge.
A Jefferson City man was sentenced to prison for pleading guilty to charges in connection with a chase from last December.
The Blair Oaks seventh-grade boys basketball team romped to a 53-12 win against South Callaway on Friday night. The Blair Oaks eighth graders beat South Callaway 57-27 Friday.
The Blair Oaks Lady Falcons eighth grade team lost 46-19 to South Callaway Friday. The Blair Oaks seventh graders defeated South Callaway 18-10 Friday.
The Lincoln women’s basketball team overcame a 7-point halftime deficit with a big third quarter Friday to defeat Ouachita Baptist 81-78 in the Southwest Baptist University Classic.
Anthony Virdure sank two decisive free throws with 14 seconds remaining Friday and scored a game-high 24 points on Lincoln’s way to a 84-82 win against Arkansas-Monticello in the Southwest Baptist University Classic.
Missouri head football coach Gary Pinkel will be stepping down from his position following the conclusion of the season.
A new report about obesity in America is not encouraging.
Charges have been filed against a Russellville woman in connection with the rescue of 32 dogs from her property in September.
Downtown Book & Toy is hosting an author signing by local Joel Vance for his new release, “Exploding Elephants,” from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Dec. 2.
The brackets are set for the Missouri high-school state playoffs, and Tom Rackers and Tony Hawley of the staff give you a game-by-game look at this week’s action in the News Tribune football podcast.
The Blair Oaks Lady Falcons split a middle-school doubleheader Thursday against Hallsville.