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The Lincoln men’s golf team won its fifth PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championship title, taking home the Division II crown by 24 strokes.
The Lincoln University men’s basketball team will host a series of camps for boys this summer.
The Helias High School softball team has announced the dates for its summer camps.
Calvary Lutheran High School in Jefferson City has announced the dates for its summer athletic camps.
News Tribune editorial
Clout always has played an integral role in government with three branches and two major political parties.
McCoy, McCurren win two events each
The Helias Crusaders ran away with the Class 3 District 5 track and field title on Saturday at Adkins Stadium.
Allie Heckemeyer had herself one heck of a day. The St. Elizabeth Lady Hornet racked up two wins, a third-place finish and a fourth-place finish in four events at Saturday’s Class 1 Sectional 2 meet
It was a good day for the Chamois Pirates and Lady Pirates on the track.
Jamestown competed in the Class 1 Sectional 3 meet on Saturday.
The Lincoln Blue Tigers will take a 13-shot lead into today’s final round in the men’s NCAA Division II portion of the PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championship.
National groups: Report indicates industry continues to make headway
Sales of newly built, single-family homes rose 1.5 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 417,000 units in March, according to newly released figures from HUD and the U.S. Census Bureau.
News Tribune editorial
As the Jefferson City Academic Center celebrates being named a National School of Character, it is fitting to look back to September, when the monthly character trait near the beginning of the school year was “respect.”
The Calvary Lutheran Lions saw their season come to a close with a 4-3 loss to Jamestown in Saturday’s opening round of the Class 1 District 10 Tournament.
The Missouri women’s softball team played for the Southeastern Conference Tournament championship in its first year in the league. The title game didn’t go so well.
An inmate at the Jefferson City Correctional Center has been charged with sexually assaulting another inmate.
An inmate serving a 20-year sentence for multiple drug charges out of Cole County and other Mid-Missouri counties died Friday at the Jefferson City Correctional Center.
A record-breaking race was the highlight of Friday for the Lincoln track and field teams at the Last Chance Twilight meet hosted by Missouri Southern.
The Lincoln men’s golf team took its step No. 1 toward its fifth title at the PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championship, taking the lead after the first of three rounds in the 27th annual event.
Due to persistent inclement weather in the area, all of Friday’s action in the Southeastern Conference Softball Tournament was postponed.
District tournament action is scheduled to begin today for all area baseball squads as well as for the larger schools in track and field.
It was a night of big innings Friday night, but unfortunately for the Missouri Tigers, Alabama’s was bigger.
Linn opened up district play on the right foot as it routed Father Tolton 13-2 on Wednesday.
Missouri sophomore guard Morgan Eye has been invited to try out for Team USA at the World University Games.
When it comes to responsibility, pet owners come in as many variations as the animals under their care and custody.
The Jefferson City Police Department’s Community Action Team has investigated two separate incidents involving a heroin overdose earlier this week.
The Missouri Tigers used a walkoff double from Emily Crane to end Thursday’s 8-0, five-inning win over Arkansas in the opening round of the Southeastern Conference Softball Tournament.
The Helias Lady Crusaders wrapped up their junior varsity season Wednesday with a tie at 2 against Hickman at the 179 Soccer Park.
The Jefferson City Jays split a doubleheader Wednesday night against Kirksville, then spent more time in Kirksville than they bargained for.
Russellville closed out the regular season in style with a 9-3 victory against South Callaway on Thursday night.
The Helias Crusaders wrapped up the regular season Thursday with a 14-4 victory in five innings against the Sedalia Smith-Cotton Tigers.
A tough season for the Lincoln baseball team couldn’t overshadow the effort of outfielder Colby Shepherd.
Lewis and Clark captured the title in Wednesday’s Run For the Red Baton, taking three of the four contested divisions.
A small piece of Missouri’s basketball schedule has been put together.
So, where are you from?
The clock in the tower at the Cole County Courthouse is running again after stopping once again earlier this week. County Commissioner Jeff Hoelscher and volunteers are troubleshooting the clock's problems.
Cole County hunters harvested 394 turkeys during the spring turkey season, while Callaway County had a harvest of 710, the third highest in the state.
Pizza Hut’s wings took top honors for “tastiest wings” at the 17th Annual United Cerebral Palsy Wing Ding.
The Lincoln women are back on top. After a week in second place, the Blue Tigers track and field team is ranked No. 1 in NCAA Division II in the latest poll released by the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association on Tuesday.
The Rock Bridge Bruins struck again Wednesday evening. The three-time state champs ousted Jefferson City 6-0 in the Class 2 District 9 title match.
Tipton scored the game-winning run on a sacrifice fly in the top of the 10th inning as the Cardinals topped Russellville 3-2 on Wednesday.
Jake Mebruer had two hits and RBI to lead the Wildcats to a 7-3 victory against Eugene.
Eden Hoogveld scored the game-winner in overtime as the Lady Jays defeated Rolla 3-2 on Wednesday.
Games played May 8, 2013
MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER ROUNDUP: Thierry Henry scored on a spectacular bicycle kick in the 88th minute for his second goal of the game and the New York Red Bulls won their fourth in a row with a 2-1 victory over the Montreal Impact on Wednesday night.
During a centennial celebration, the state Capitol was called “the crown jewel of our state, a cathedral of democracy.”
The Jays won a pair of doubles matches to down Hickman 5-4 in the Class 2 District 9 Tournament at Washington Park.
Fatima was able to jump on Linn in the first inning of Tuesday’s game. Even if it was the third inning. Fatima scored all five of its runs in the third and defeated Linn 5-4 in a game that was halted April 26.
The Blair Oaks Falcons racked up 27 runs in two games Tuesday, claiming easy wins over School of the Osage and California.
A priority when the legislative session began in January remains undone with fewer than two weeks remaining.
A Jefferson City man has been charged in connection with a burglary case on Monday. Eric Brown, 46, was charged with second-degree burglary and possession of burglary tools.
Fake message says classes canceled
An investigation is ongoing into how an email account at a private Christian school in Jefferson City was hacked.