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Three medal at state wrestling for Blair Oaks  Jefferson City News Tribune

COLUMBIA — The Blair Oaks Falcons had three state medalists in the Class 1 state wrestling championships, and all three recorded at least one win in ...



Blair Oaks School Board looks at scoreboard, math scores  Jefferson City News Tribune

The Blair Oaks R-2 School District is aiming to upgrade its athletic scoreboards and to have its eighth-grade students score higher in math.



Perspective: Great bend in the Osage | Central MO Breaking News  Jefferson City News Tribune

Many people have probably never been to Osage Bend unless it's been to a wedding or a parish picnic, but it played an important part in early Cole County ...



Press Box: Girls wrestling joins boys on center stage  Jefferson City News Tribune

It was a busy weekend for high school state wrestling at Mizzou Arena. In fact, it was busier than usual.



Blair Oaks expects more information on second high school soon  Jefferson City News Tribune

There was not a whole lot of new information that the Blair Oaks Board of Education heard Tuesday night on the prospect of a new high school, but work ...



Blair Oaks close to decisions about April ballot  Jefferson City News Tribune

The Board of Education for the Blair Oaks R-2 school district saw updated information Wednesday night on a possible new high school — with a tentative design ...



New Blair Oaks high school to be on April ballot  Jefferson City News Tribune

Voters will be able to decide in the April election whether the Blair Oaks R-2 School District will get a new high school, the board of education decided Tuesday ...



Crunch time for potential new Blair Oaks high school  Jefferson City News Tribune

Crunch time is approaching for the Blair Oaks R-2 school district as its Board of Education tries to narrow down what can be afforded in the first phase of a ...



Marion Cooper, 1934-2019  Columbia Daily Tribune

Marion Lee “Coop” Cooper, of Jefferson City, 85, passed away Monday, February 4, 2019, at University Hospital, Columbia. Graveside *service* with military ...



Blair Oaks bus involved in 'minor accident'  Jefferson City News Tribune

A school bus serving the Blair Oaks School District was involved in what school officials characterize as a minor accident this morning.



Blair Oaks Elementary loses power Monday morning | Central MO Breaking News  Jefferson City News Tribune

Blair Oaks R-2 school district's Superintendent Jim Jones credited the positive attitude of staff and students Monday in dealing with a power outage at the ...



Blair Oaks board talks budget, design for potential new school  Jefferson City News Tribune

The Board of Education for the Blair Oaks R-2 school district met Wednesday evening to discuss how the district could afford to build the first phase of a new high ...



Marion Lee (Coop) Cooper 1934-2019 – The Fayette Advertiser  The Democrat Leader

Marion Lee “Coop” Cooper, Jefferson City, 85, passed away Monday, February 4 th, 2019, at University Hospital, Columbia, MO. He was born in Fayette, Howard ...



College Track and Field: Hughes wins shot put  Jefferson City News Tribune

JACKSONVILLE, Ill. — Missouri Baptist junior Andrea Hughes recorded her first career collegiate win last Saturday at the Jim Green Invitational.



Two Blair Oaks school board members resign | Central MO Breaking News  Jefferson City News Tribune

The Blair Oaks R-2 School District has two open positions on its board of education following the resignations of Dr. Bill Duke and Kevin Ward at the board's ...



Mid-Missouri schools evaluating APR scores  Jefferson City News Tribune

Mid-Missouri school districts talked with the News Tribune about how they scored with the state education department's Annual Performance Review. What does ...



Fifth candidate files for Blair Oaks Board of Education  Jefferson City News Tribune

The last person to file as a candidate in the April election for a position on the Blair Oaks R-2 Board of Education said he wants to contribute his experience with ...



College Track and Field: Haller finishes runner-up  Jefferson City News Tribune

WARRENSBURG — Columbia College freshman Brianna Haller took second place in the women's 3000-meter run at the Mule Relays, which were hosted by ...



Blair Oaks High School archer wins world-level tournament  Jefferson City News Tribune

A Blair Oaks High School archer a little more than a week ago took a shot at being the best in the world, and she succeeded with near perfection.



New candidate files for Blair Oaks school board  Jefferson City News Tribune

Another person filed Tuesday as a candidate for Blair Oaks R-2's Board of Education, the third person running for two open seats in the April election.



Blair Oaks High School crowns 2018 prom royalty  Jefferson City News Tribune

Blair Oaks High School held its prom Saturday at Capital Ritz in Jefferson City with the theme of.



College Track: Haller, Carpenter, Fringer win titles at AMC meet  Jefferson City News Tribune

ELSAH, Ill. — Columbia College freshman Brianna Haller won the women's 1000-meter run, while Williams Woods junior Matt Fringer and sophomore Hunter ...



Troop F investigator promoted  Fulton Sun

Darrin R. Haslag of the Missouri Highway Patrol has been promoted to sergeant, according to Capt. Paul D. Kerperin, director of the patrol's Division of Drug and ...



Blair Oaks High School students, community baking cookies for sailors  Jefferson City News Tribune

Blair Oaks High School students and other people from the community have once again organized a drive to bake and collect donated cookies to help share ...



Blair Oaks' school board OKs tax increase | Central MO Breaking News  Jefferson City News Tribune

Residents who live within the taxing authority of the Blair Oaks R-2 school district will see their taxes increase at the end of this year, given that the district's ...



Area school board races draw over 20 candidates | Central MO Breaking News  Jefferson City News Tribune

Twenty-one people have filed as candidates in school board races around the Jefferson City area.



Mom who lost son to suicide visits local school  Jefferson City News Tribune

Angie Wallace wasn't quite sure Monday how many times — maybe three or four — she's spoken at a school in the Jefferson City area about mental health and ...



Blair Oaks pre-bond issue vote work under way  Jefferson City News Tribune

The Blair Oaks R-2 Board of Education did not make any decisions about a new high school for the district Tuesday, but architects are meeting with stakeholders ...



Blair Oaks names Ted LePage head football coach  ABC17News.com

Blair Oaks high school named former Jefferson City head coach Ted LePage as its new head football coach.



Special Olympics games underway  Jefferson City News Tribune

Joy came to Jefferson City on Friday morning and is staying for the weekend. The annual Special Olympics Missouri State Outdoor Games, held at venues ...



4 area schools outpace state ACT results | Central MO Breaking News  Jefferson City News Tribune

Students from four Jefferson City area high schools generally performed better than the average 2018 Missouri classmate, according to ACT results recently ...



Blair Oaks High School eliminates class rank  KOMU-TV

JEFFERSON CITY - The incoming freshmen at Blair Oaks High School will become the first class to not have a class rank system when they enter the school this ...



Blair Oaks gathers input on new high school funding  Jefferson City News Tribune

With nearly 70 hands raised, the majority of attendees Thursday at the Blair Oaks School District's first informational meeting showed support for increasing the ...



Graduating Blair Oaks Falcons told to 'soar high in life'  Jefferson City News Tribune

Nathan Holtmeyer told Blair Oaks High School's 90 graduates to get busy and.



Blair Oaks looks to break through to softball state title  Jefferson City News Tribune

WARDSVILLE — The Blair Oaks Lady Falcons know they have the talent — and the experience — to get back to the Final Four. Now it's about finding a way to ...



Bernskoetter captures 6th District seat | Central MO Breaking News  Jefferson City News Tribune

State Rep. Mike Bernskoetter will become a state senator in January.Bernskoetter, R-Jefferson City, won 43532 votes in the unofficial totals compiled in five of ...



FNF Week 3: High school football photos and videos  KOMU 8

The incoming rain won't stop mid-Missouri high school football as teams compete in week three of play.



Area grad to catch flight to future as Air Force officer  Jefferson City News Tribune

Paige Luebbering will make money off going to college while she's there, but it's way more complicated than that— with a soldier's sacrifices to be made, ...



PHOTO GALLERY: Tolton boys basketball earns fifth win, defeats Blair Oaks  Columbia Missourian

The Tolton Trailblazers defeated Blair Oaks High School 68-61 Tuesday at Father Tolton Regional Catholic High School. The Trailblazers came into the game ...



Blair Oaks High School advances in shoe art contest  Jefferson City News Tribune

Blair Oaks High School is in the running to win up to $75000 for the Blair Oaks R-2 district's art program, all because of a couple pairs of shoes and some ...



Jefferson City High School names Terry Walker as new head football coach  ABC17News.com

Jefferson City High School officials announced on Wednesday that the new head football coach will be Terry Walker.



Blair Oaks School Board candidates interviewed | Central MO Breaking News  Jefferson City News Tribune

Potential candidates to fill two spots on the Blair Oaks School Board were interviewed during a special board meeting Tuesday evening prior to the regularly ...



School closings, weather-related announcements for Monday, Jan. 14, 2019  Jefferson City News Tribune

The following are Mid-Missouri school and weather-related announcements for Monday, Jan. 14, 2019. Boone County. Centralia Head Start: Closed Monday.



GOP candidates explain roles in 59th House race  Jefferson City News Tribune

Four of the five Republican candidates for the Missouri House 59th District race spent nearly 90 minutes Wednesday evening answering questions about their ...



Taos veteran served with National Guard during 30-year career  Jefferson City News Tribune

Graduating from Blair Oaks High School in 1973, Patty Henke LeComte, of Taos, laid the groundwork for her career when accepting a job as a civilian personnel ...



Moberly to install turf field as part of its 4-year outdoor facilities plan  Moberly Monitor Index

Exercise, physical education and recreation are integral elements of student life at schools and universities, and many of those institutions are devoting ...



JCPS approves street agreement with city  Jefferson City News Tribune

The Board of Education of Jefferson City Public Schools approved an agreement Monday night with city government on who's to pay to build a new street ...



Many events on tap to celebrate veterans  Jefferson City News Tribune

Recognition of veterans began early this month and will continue beyond Veterans Day.



Local teachers try alternative seating for students | Central MO Breaking News  Jefferson City News Tribune

Local teachers are updating their classrooms' more traditional seating furniture to help students stay focused and more excited about working.



Cole County Clerk candidates aim to increase election turnout  Jefferson City News Tribune

Getting more people to participate in elections is one of the biggest jobs a county clerk faces.The county clerk is the main election official for the county, ...



Karsten to retire from Highway Patrol Sept. 1  Jefferson City News Tribune

Nineteen months after then-Gov. Eric Greitens appointed her to lead Missouri's Highway Patrol, Superintendent Sandra Karsten is retiring. The Highway Patrol ...



Keeping Missourians informed on governor's work  Jefferson City News Tribune

Kelli Jones' taught college-level English and communications for almost two decades total, and her own education included a bachelor's degree in ...



Cole County 4-H shoot sports, fashion and royalty shine in advance of county fair  Jefferson City News Tribune

Strutting down a runway lined with blue lights at the Cole County Extension Office, 16-year-old Eileen Shafer showed off a lacy pink dress for audience members ...



School district provides emergency bus training for students  KOMU 8

Blair Oaks R-II School District is holding bus training event to educate students on bus safety Wednesday morning.



Taos veteran provided training for warrant officers during military career  Jefferson City News Tribune

Warrant officers of the U.S. Army are considered experts within a specific technical field, oftentimes possessing years of experience acquired while working their ...



Jefferson City man charged with rape | Central MO Breaking News  Jefferson City News Tribune

A Jefferson City man has been charged with first-degree rape in connection with an incident that occurred in December in the Capital City.



JCPS budget: more money for teachers, school protection  Jefferson City News Tribune

Jefferson City Public Schools' Board of Education passed a budget Monday night for the 2018-19 fiscal year that includes pay raises for teachers and funding for ...



Jefferson City man charged with child abuse | Central MO Breaking News  Jefferson City News Tribune

A Jefferson City man has been charged with child abuse for an incident that occurred last week in the Capital City.



Charles Campbell, Feb. 7, 1937 — July 19, 2018  Columbia Missourian

Charles Christian Campbell, 81, of Jefferson City, passed away peacefully on Thursday, July 19, 2018, at The Bluffs in Columbia. A private, graveside *service* ...



Missouri student archers take top honors at NASP World Tournament  Buckmasters Online

More than 10000 friends and family, 180 volunteers, and exactly 4967 student archers from 358 schools all over the United States gathered June 7-9 at the ...



Roberson signs with Missouri track and field  Jefferson City News Tribune

Jefferson City's Devin Roberson always knew he wanted to attend the University of Missouri. He just didn't know exactly what he wanted to do in order to get ...



Man killed by St. Louis police was suspect in Jefferson City shooting  Jefferson City News Tribune

The man killed after allegedly shooting at St. Louis detectives was facing charges for shooting a woman in Jefferson City.



Tolton hammers Hermann on a night for the record books  Columbia Missourian

Quarterback Robert Hunter and wide receiver C.J. Campbell put together the best performance of the season to lead the Trailblazers through the first round of ...



Mother of missing boy pleads for help  Jefferson City News Tribune

The mother of a missing 4-year-old Jefferson City boy made a brief public plea Monday afternoon, hoping it would help find her son.



Jefferson City teenager charged as adult after Callaway County death investigation  Jefferson City News Tribune

The Callaway County prosecutor's office has charged a 16-year-old as an adult following a recent death investigation of another 16-year-old.



BizBeat: Last Jefferson City Payless closing its doors  Jefferson City News Tribune

Payless ShoeSource's last Jefferson City store will close in February, a company spokeswoman confirmed.



Southern Boone teacher indicted for child enticement | Central MO Breaking News  Jefferson City News Tribune

A Jefferson City man has pleaded not guilty to one charge of attempted enticement of a child, according to Missouri Case.



BizBeat: Jefferson City Autoplex closes Kia dealership  Jefferson City News Tribune

Kia of Jefferson City, part of Jefferson City Autoplex on Missouri Boulevard, closed permanently last Wednesday. The Kia dealership has been part of the vehicle ...



Teen detained in connection with fatal shooting  Jefferson City News Tribune

A 16-year-old Jefferson City boy has been detained in connection with a shooting Wednesday night that left one Jefferson City man dead and another with ...



Westphalia man dies after car accident | Central MO Breaking News  Jefferson City News Tribune

A Westphalia man died after a two-vehicle crash Thursday night in Callaway County.Missouri Highway Patrol reports state the crash occurred around 9:20 p.



BizBeat: KFC is back in Jefferson City on Tuesday  Jefferson City News Tribune

The new KFC restaurant at 1209 Missouri Blvd. in Jefferson City will open Tuesday.



JCPS announces mascot for Capital City High School  Jefferson City News Tribune

The mascot for the soon-to-be Capital City High School will be the Cavaliers, Jefferson City Public Schools officials announced Friday.



BizBeat: Wedding venue opening northwest of JC | Central MO Breaking News  Jefferson City News Tribune

A local scientist plans to finish work on a new wedding venue just northwest of Jefferson City by the beginning of July.



Cole County couple charged with child abuse  Jefferson City News Tribune

A Cole County couple was charged Tuesday in a child abuse investigation.



'Pillar of High Street' remembered  Jefferson City News Tribune

To Lorraine Mercurio's friends, she will always be the Pillar of High Street.



Cardinal Caravan to visit Jan. 18  Jefferson City News Tribune

The St. Louis Cardinals announced their lineup of current players, alumni and broadcasters who will make a stop Friday, Jan. 18, in Jefferson City for the annual ...



Cole County man charged with rape | Central MO Breaking News  Jefferson City News Tribune

A Cole County man has been charged with first-degree statutory rape.Jesse Driskill, 20, is charged in connection with an incident that occurred Oct.



Cottage cheese decision curdles online  Jefferson City News Tribune

A decision by Central Dairy to cease production of its cottage cheese line is raising a bit of a stink online.



Diocese releases list of 33 'credibly accused' of abuse  Jefferson City News Tribune

Bishop W. Shawn McKnight of the Diocese of Jefferson City released a list of 33 priests and religious brothers "credibly accused" of sexual abuse of minors ...



Volunteers needed to pack meals for starving children  Jefferson City News Tribune

Five Jefferson City churches are teaming up to feed hungry children around the world, but they need some help.



BizBeat: New boutique opening on Missouri Boulevard | Central MO Breaking News  Jefferson City News Tribune

A new boutique recently opened on Missouri Boulevard in Jefferson City.Front Porch Boutique at 2208 Missouri Blvd.



BizBeat: New salon open on Jefferson City's west side  Jefferson City News Tribune

A new salon opened May 15 on Jefferson City's west side.Located at 994 Diamond Ridge, Suite 100, Indigo the Salon offers hair services like coloring and ...



Thompson wins Cole County prosecuting attorney race | Central MO Breaking News  Jefferson City News Tribune

Republican Locke Thompson handily won the race Tuesday for Cole County prosecuting attorney.The unofficial, but complete results showed Thompson with ...



Local woman charged for several store thefts, receiving stolen property  Jefferson City News Tribune

A Jefferson City woman has been charged with multiple misdemeanor counts of stealing and a felony count of receiving stolen property after allegedly taking ...



Large gift benefits Samaritan Center  Jefferson City News Tribune

A donor who wishes to remain anonymous is adding to the warehouse at the Samaritan Center.



Crisis in Missouri prisons 'downplayed'  Jefferson City News Tribune

Staff vacancies and violence against correctional officers are higher than the Missouri Department of Corrections is willing to admit or divulge, according to ...



BizBeat: PFS to open BluTaco in Holts Summit  Jefferson City News Tribune

Holts Summit food-*service* company PFS Brands plans to open a second Mid-Missouri BluTaco restaurant in Holts Summit.



Arizona, Georgia, Missouri, Tennessee set Junior Sunbelt Classic rosters  Mcalester News Capital

Teams Georgia, Tennessee, Arizona and Missouri all have their Junior Sunbelt Classic rosters ready to go.



State sets new minimum wage | Central MO Breaking News  Jefferson City News Tribune

The Missouri Department of Labor set Missouri's 2019 minimum wage at $8.60 per hour Monday, less than three weeks after voters approved a hike to the ...



Inmate assaults JCCC staff member  Jefferson City News Tribune

A staff member at Jefferson City Correctional Center was assaulted Friday, prompting the prison to go into lockdown status for a few hours, according to Missouri ...



RC racing brings relief  Jefferson City News Tribune

Race cars fly, spin and tumble on a dirt track in a machine shed just southwest of Jefferson City. Cars don't fly around a mile-long oval at 200 mph in the shed, ...



BizBeat: Orscheln Farm & Home set to move  Jefferson City News Tribune

Orscheln Farm & Home soon will move its Jefferson City store at 3104 S. Ten Mile Drive to a new location at 2304 Missouri Blvd.



Flag Day event scheduled for Thursday night  Jefferson City News Tribune

While National Flag Day — June 14 — is a time for Americans to celebrate the meaning of the nation's flag, honor the traditions associated with its care and ...



Dog owners compete in annual pit bull dog show  Jefferson City News Tribune

About five-dozen dog lovers from across the country gathered Saturday at the Jefferson City Jaycees Fairgrounds to determine the best dog in show.



Hemp farmers see potential, problems in pilot program  Jefferson City News Tribune

Farmers across Missouri see huge potential from industrial hemp, but questioned the small size of a pilot program being created by the Missouri Department of ...



Boys of summer: Jeff City Renegades fill baseball void in Mid-Missouri  Columbia Daily Tribune

JEFFERSON CITY – The thermometer reads 91 degrees when the Jefferson City Renegades take Vivion Field for a MINK League game against the Nevada ...



National Day of Prayer set for Thursday | Central MO Breaking News  Jefferson City News Tribune

National Day of Prayer events are planned for Thursday at four Jefferson City schools and the Capitol.



Missouri governor's mansion Christmas trees coming from Independence and Hermann  Missourinet.com

The Christmas trees placed at the Missouri governor's mansion this holiday season will be from Bud Perrin of Independence in western Missouri and from Pea ...



Near-record deer harvest recorded  Jefferson City News Tribune

Deer hunters in Missouri killed a near-record 199427 deer during the November portion of fall firearms deer season, according to preliminary data from the ...



New Missouri House speaker takes oath | Central MO Breaking News  Jefferson City News Tribune

House Speaker Todd Richardson resigned and Elijah Haahr was sworn in Thursday as his successor in the Missouri House of Representatives.



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