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Sally Ince (Reporter, Photographer)

Phone: 573-761-0267
Sally Ince is a photographer and feature reporter for the Jefferson City News Tribune and HER Magazine. Ince grew up in a small town in central Florida and graduated from the University of Florida with a bachelor of science degree in journalism and communications. During college she worked at the Lakeland Ledger as a photographer. After graduating she gained two years of experience in marketing, design and writing. New to Jefferson City, she enjoys meeting new people and exploring around town.

Local resident uses metal detector to find Civil War-era relics, items in Mid-Missouri

Published Jul. 14 2019

As more areas in Central Missouri continue to be developed, detector enthusiasts like Chris Heimsoth are working to uncover hidden...

20th annual Bittersweet Garden Tour on tap

Published Jun. 23 2019

The Bittersweet Garden Club will be hosting its 20th annual garden tour from noon-4 p.m. June 30, rain or shine.

‘In the Park After Dark’ to begin this weekend

Published Jun. 20 2019

Opening with the summer classic “The Sandlot,” Capitol City Cinema and Jefferson City Parks and Recreation will begin the “In...

The Little Theater honors military with 'Mister Roberts' production

Published May. 30 2019

Crewmembers from The Little Theater will perform "Mister Roberts," a classic war-time story set on a World War II Navy...

Minister determined to worship despite church being deemed uninhabitable

Published May. 26 2019

Like many buildings along Ellis Boulevard, Community Christian Church received enough damage to eventually be deemed uninhabitable after an EF-3...

Gateway Arch National Park offers new experiences to St. Louis visitors

Published May. 5 2019

If you're looking to make a trip to St. Louis, the Gateway Arch National Park and its partners are offering...

Inaugural guacamole competition set to help local projects

Published Apr. 25 2019

Dipping right into summer, more than 20 teams are preparing to guac your world at the Jefferson City Arts Foundation's...

School of Performing Arts to bring classical Indian art forms to the stage Sunday

Published Apr. 25 2019

Presenting classical Indian and Asian art forms of dance, Sargam School of Performing Arts will present "Sargam: Where Music Meets...

Dollar Dishes is her jam

Published Apr. 7 2019

Jefferson City native chef Natalie "Figgy" DiBenedetto took home some new bragging rights and a prize of $10,000 after competing...

LU Dance Troupe to present '4U' concert this weekend

Published Apr. 4 2019

The Lincoln University Dance Troupe will present the concert "4U" on Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Richardson Fine Arts Center...

Jefferson City native to compete on TV show 'Chopped'

Published Mar. 24 2019

Chef Natalie "Figgy" DiBenedetto will compete on Food Network's "Chopped" on Tuesday.Chef DiBenedetto is a native of Missouri, having graduated...

Irish traditions important at Paddy Malone's St. Patrick's Day celebration

Published Mar. 17 2019

While St. Patrick's Day may be the most well known holiday in connection to Ireland, many St. Patrick's Day traditions...

‘Silent Sky’ reflects on female astronomer’s real-life scientific accomplishments

Published Mar. 15 2019

A fascinating true story of friendship, romance and overwhelming accomplishment, Scene One Theatre will present “Silent Sky,” beginning Wednesday.

'Silent Sky' reflects on female astronomer's real-life scientific accomplishments

Published Mar. 14 2019

A fascinating true story of friendship, romance and overwhelming accomplishment, Scene One Theatre will present "Silent Sky," beginning Wednesday.

Benefit concert for Mission owner features seven bands

Published Feb. 21 2019

Helping support local music lover and business owner Jenny Babcock, seven bands will volunteer their talents during the "No One...

Art, music, game design round out LabSpace’s hands-on learning mission

Published Feb. 3 2019

LabSpace Robotics in the Capital Mall is now offering more courses than ever where families can experiment with variety of...

JCHS to show some love in the production of ‘Almost, Maine’

Published Jan. 31 2019

Putting their own spin on playwright John Cariani’s “Almost, Maine,” Jefferson City High School students will bring love, loss and...

‘Phil’s Future’ presents a life of redemption at Stained Glass Theatre

Published Jan. 24 2019

Taking the stage for their opening performance tonight, Stained Glass Theatre will present “Phil’s Future” with doors opening at 7...

Council of Clubs disbanding

Published Jan. 20 2019

After more than 100 years, the Council of Clubs will host its final luncheon Jan. 28 at Capitol Plaza Hotel.

Capital Arts offers holiday crafting ideas

Published Dec. 23 2018

With the holidays in full swing and Christmas right around the corner, it might be easy to forget to spend...