News Tribune staff reporter
After nearly 40 years of music, pianist Mike Michelson has decided it’s time to change his tune a bit.
Missouri farmers received welcome drought assistance Thursday, and not just from the scattered showers that blew through Jefferson City in the afternoon.
This summer’s hot, dry weather is causing problems for all kinds of Jefferson City residents, even some of its oldest and tallest — trees.
Girl Scouts’ mission of teaching leadership has been a constant, 90-year-old says
When her elementary school’s Girl Scouts leader visited the third-grade classroom that day, Elizabeth Hawkins could hardly contain her excitement.
More than a week after Americans celebrate their independence on July 4, the festive flags slowly start coming down from archways, flagpoles and front porches. But one Jefferson City resident keeps the flags flying until mid-July.
Life is life, no matter how you slice it. But every so often, people are faced with the ever-so-elusive, capital “L” Life, the kind that’s rarely easy but always interesting.
Cold front moving through area Sunday; rain possible
When you’re hot, you’re hot. And Jefferson City is most definitely hot — and dry.
Wednesday’s Salute to America was “just fantastic,” according to event planner Jill Snodgrass.
Girl Scouts in the Cole County area went back to basics this week as they celebrated their annual Twilight Camp at the Jefferson City Jaycees Fairgrounds.
Japanese beetles are “our bugs we all love to hate,” according to James Quinn of the University of Missouri Extension’s Central Missouri Master Gardeners program.