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A Dey in the life

Pharmacy tech job was the right prescription for him

Gary Dey follows what he calls the four P’s of life — police work, politics, public relations/pharmacy and prayer.

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Tools of Ozark farming history identified for owners

Ever wonder about that antique tool?

Missourians had the chance Saturday to have old tools and materials identified by an archaeologist with the Institute for Traditional Ozark Crafts.

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Relay for Life draws crowd, looks to continue fundraising

The Cole County community remembered and honored those taken by cancer and those who have survived the disease at the Cole County Relay for Life Friday night at the Jefferson City Jaycees Fairgrounds.

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Joe Bax: Mapping out MoDOT plans

Joe Bax’s position as land survey manager for the Missouri Department of Transportation’s (MoDOT) Central District involves a lot of mapping.

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Exterior of new St. Mary’s Health Center nearing completion

In the home stretch

Officials at St. Mary’s Health Center expect substantial completion of the new facility on Mission Drive in late July with an official move-in date of Nov. 16.

JC woman named Food Bank regional coordinator

Betsy Dudenhoeffer is taking her passion for nonprofits to the next level, tackling a new role as regional coordinator of the southern/central counties for The Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri.

Program hopes to engage new employees in community

Will roll out the welcome mat

The Jefferson City Area Chamber of Commerce is in the early stages of implementing a program to introduce new hires at area businesses to Jefferson City’s amenities and resources.

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Local nurse honored for going above and beyond

Tessa Ellis, a registered nurse at St. Mary’s Health Center, was awarded the hospital’s first DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses last week for the exceptional care and attention she provided a patient during his hospital stay in 2013.

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Environmentalists: Coal ash is a threat to waterways

The Sierra Club and Labadie Environmental Organization are urging the state of Missouri to reject proposals to build coal ash ponds or coal ash landfills in state floodplains and to perform ground-water monitoring in the areas of existing ones.

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Salute to Veterans features Snowbirds, Golden Knights

Dual themes for air show

The 26th Annual Memorial Day Weekend Salute to Veterans Celebration is from 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at Columbia Regional Airport.

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