Rebecca Martin

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News Tribune staff reporter

Recent Stories

Hy-Vee extends ‘helpful smiles’ to home delivery, in-store clinic

Hy-Vee in Jefferson City began offering free same-day delivery or in-store pickup for $100 online shopping orders over the last couple of weeks.

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Family af-'fair': Love of agriculture spans generations in Braun family

Three barns full of FFA and 4-H students — and their animals — outlasted Monday’s excessive heat to show the animals and projects they spent the past several months raising and preparing.

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BizBeat: Sam’s Club now open in Jefferson City

Sam’s Club celebrated its grand opening in Jefferson City on Thursday.

BizBeat: Gas Plus station closed

Gas Plus, located in Jefferson City at 501 E. McCarty St., has closed for business.

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BizBeat: Knockerball rolls in new entertainment option

The Knockerball company has 115 U.S. affiliates, and now the equipment is available to rent locally through Knockerball Mid-Missouri.

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Inventor, heal thyself! Device eases chronic pain

If an untreatable medical condition kept you up at night, would you find a way to fix it on your own? Jefferson City inventor Norm Schroeder did.

Remembering 'Greasy Bob' of Pizza Kwik

Owner Bob Huber was the real flavor of the hangout

Jefferson City said goodbye to a 40-year fixture and a beloved community member when Robert “Greasy Bob” Huber, the longtime owner of Pizza Kwik, died on Tuesday.

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Happy homecoming

Local guardsman surprises children with magic appearance

There’s nothing quite so American as a mid-summer church picnic — except, perhaps, one highlighted by a soldier’s return to his family.

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Kevin Wieberg — ‘Spoon-feeding’ the greens

Kevin Wieberg has his hands full of dirt and grass and a truckload of maintenance in his role as parks resources supervisor for Jefferson City’s Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department.

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BizBeat: Carrie’s Hallmark to expand next-door after April fire

An April 12 fire that could have fueled disaster for a downtown Jefferson City gift shop ended up offering the business an opportunity for growth.

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