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Coming off another round of winter weather over the weekend, Jefferson City Public Works crews face another winter storm forecast Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. [Read More]
Missouri men's basketball legend and all-time scoring leader Derrick Chievous will have his No. 3 jersey raised to the Mizzou Arena rafters at halftime of... [Read More]
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It's a test before the start of the basketball postseason for the Jefferson City Lady Jays. A really tough test. [Read More]
Tennessee's 19-game winning streak has disappeared. So has its No. 1 ranking. Now the Volunteers must try to correct the numerous mistakes... [Read More]
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The Lincoln Blue Tigers will start a four-game homestand to end the regular season tonight when they host the Lindenwood Lions in MIAA men's and... [Read More]
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It took a little while for all the pieces to fit, but the Kentucky Wildcats are playing some of the best basketball in the NCAA... [Read More]
After several residents spoke in opposition, the Jefferson City Council unanimously denied a permit for a short-term rental on Timber Trail. [Read More]
The executive director of the Missouri Legislature's Joint Committee on Education cautioned that committee Monday that an awareness of economic uncertainties and balance in education... [Read More]
Eldon could soon raise the minimum age to purchase tobacco products in city limits to 21 instead of 18. [Read More]
The Tebbetts Odd Fellows Lodge will hold a chili cook-off Sunday to raise funds for Amy McKenna, a local resident recently diagnosed with cancer. [Read More]
Vincent Leonard Price Jr. was born May 27, 1911, in St. Louis, Missouri, the youngest of Vincent and Marguerite Price's four children. [Read More]
A public meeting to develop the Missouri Water Resources Plan is scheduled for 9 a.m. Thursday in Jefferson City. [Read More]
"Under this act, any order, ordinances, rules, or regulations promulgated by county commissions and county health center boards shall not impose standards or requirements on... [Read More]
The Blair Oaks Lady Falcons secured back-to-back 20-win seasons Monday with a 56-26 win against North Callaway in the first round of the Class 3... [Read More]
The Chamois Lady Pirates rallied in the third quarter, but the Bunceton Lady Dragons battled back in the fourth quarter Monday of a 46-40 win... [Read More]
The Iberia Rangers jumped out to a 28-16 lead after one quarter on their way to a 90-49 victory Monday night against Stoutland in the... [Read More]
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An aspiring ballerina from Jefferson City warmed up this week by performing for a retirement community. [Read More]
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Two Fatima High School students were surprised in class Monday with a presentation fitting of President's Day — being named as recipients of Presidential Scholarships... [Read More]
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Coming off another round of winter weather over the weekend, Jefferson City Public Works crews face another winter storm forecast Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. [Read More]
Larry Russell JohnsonJefferson CityDear Editor:Modern liberalism is the cancer of our times, something obscure or hard to understand. [Read More]
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