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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 ...



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 ...



Top-ranked Blair Oaks rolls past Lutheran North in Class 2 semifinals  Jefferson City News Tribune

WARDSVILLE — Going against a talented Lutheran North team was supposed to be a daunting challenge for the Blair Oaks Falcons. Instead, they made it look ...



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.



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 ...



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.



College Volleyball: Maxwell tallies five kills  Jefferson City News Tribune

PITTSBURGH — Washburn sophomore middle hitter Allison Maxwell finished with five kills Friday in the Ichabods' 25-23, 25-19, 25-15 loss to Tampa in the ...



College Volleyball: Washburn reaches semis  Jefferson City News Tribune

PITTSBURGH — Washburn sophomore middle hitter Allison Maxwell finished with seven kills Thursday in the Ichabods' 25-21, 25-20, 25-17 win against ...



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.



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 ...



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 ...



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 ...



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.



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 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 ...



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.



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 ...



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 ...



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, ...



JCPS raises substitute teacher pay rate  Jefferson City News Tribune

Jefferson City Public Schools is banking that a pay raise for its substitute teachers will help attract more and better candidates, after recent state legislation ...



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 ...



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 ...



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 ...



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 ...



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.



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 ...



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.



Cross Country: Schoeneberg wins Tri-County title  Jefferson City News Tribune

ELDON — Blair Oaks sophomore Kati Schoeneberg won the Tri-County Conference girls individual title Thursday at Mustang Memorial Park.



Jays win district cross country title  Jefferson City News Tribune

ST. CHARLES — The Jefferson City Jays had five runners finish in the top 10 Saturday, propelling them to a team title in the Class 4 District 4 meet at McNair ...



Area banks offer financial literacy software to schools  Jefferson City News Tribune

Mid-Missouri banks are sponsoring area schools' access to a software program that helps introduce students to the financial realities they'll face as adults.



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, ...



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 ...



59th House District: Rudy Veit  ABC17News.com

Republican seeks district that covers much of Cole County and part of Miller County.



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* ...



Helias football holds annual Media Day  Jefferson City News Tribune

The Helias Crusaders were getting settled in the stands for their team picture Saturday morning at the Crusader Athletic Complex. There were just a handful of ...



After 43 years, Ortmeyer still working at Lincoln University  Jefferson City News Tribune

Some people may think Rose Ann Ortmeyer knows more about the Lincoln University president's job than the president.



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 ...



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 ...



Many events on tap to celebrate veterans  Jefferson City News Tribune

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



Jefferson City's Ellinger snags window of opportunity at Missouri  Jefferson City News Tribune

COLUMBIA — When Daniel Ellinger finished his senior season with the Jefferson City Jays, college football was not in his plans. He was a captain of the team in ...



BizBeat: Jefferson City meat market closing after three decades  Jefferson City News Tribune

After 35 years in business, Weber Meat Market at 1708 Missouri Blvd. will close at the end of December.



Photo Gallery: 2018 Juneteenth Emancipation Program | Central MO Breaking News  Jefferson City News Tribune

The annual Jefferson City Juneteenth Emancipation Program began 17 years ago and has expanded to include a Heritage Festival in Ellis-Porter Riverside Park ...



Local author writes of Jefferson City cold case  Jefferson City News Tribune

Author Richard Echols will hold a book-signing event May 11 for his novel "Colt Ace," a fictional story based on true events during a Jefferson City cold case ...



PHOTO GALLERY: Tolton football topples Hermann to advance to district semifinals  Columbia Missourian

Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School's varsity football team hosted Hermann High School for the first round of the Class 2 District 5 football tournament on ...



Battle boys basketball snaps losing streak with win over Blair Oaks  Columbia Missourian

COLUMBIA — The Muriel Williams Battle boys basketball team had two weeks off to think about its five-game losing streak. Friday night, it made those past ...



Local man charged in pawn shop burglary  Jefferson City News Tribune

A Jefferson City man has been charged in connection with a Monday morning burglary at a local pawn shop.



Jefferson City man arrested for DWI after go-cart crash  Jefferson City News Tribune

Two Jefferson City residents were treated for minor injuries after a one-vehicle crash Monday evening in Cole County.



Thursday Night Live canceled after bricks fall from downtown building  Jefferson City News Tribune

Thursday Night Live has been canceled for June 7 due to bricks falling from a building near the stage in downtown Jefferson City.



Harris reaches milestone victory total at Helias  Jefferson City News Tribune

The Helias volleyball coach won his 500th career match Wednesday night, as the Lady Crusaders swept the East Kansas City Lady Bears 25-2, 25-5 at Rackers ...



Parson calls for change to low-income housing tax credits  Jefferson City News Tribune

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson says state tax credits for low-income housing won't be issued until lawmakers revamp the program.



Mizzou Softball Signs Five for 2015 - University of Missouri Athletics  MUTigers.com

Nov. 12, 2014 COLUMBIA, Mo. - Mizzou Softball head coach Ehren Earleywine announced today that five future student-athletes have signed National Letters.



Jefferson City man finds the perfect job  Jefferson City News Tribune

After more than a decade of searching for the perfect job, David Gage finally thinks he found it.



City proposes changes to JeffTran's fixed routes  Jefferson City News Tribune

JeffTran riders may soon have to learn new bus stops. The Jefferson City Public Transit Advisory Committee heard city staff's proposals to change all six of ...



Council postpones vote on city charter amendments | Central MO Breaking News  Jefferson City News Tribune

The Jefferson City Council postponed voting whether to make the city prosecutor position an appointed position versus an elected one, among other charter ...



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.



Volunteers share love of the arts, sports with campers  Jefferson City News Tribune

The sounds of music and laughter could be heard Wednesday in the halls of the Special Learning Center.



Council hears potential for new greenway  Jefferson City News Tribune

The Jefferson City Council heard four different bills Monday regarding the redevelopment of the old St. Mary's Hospital, including one that would allow the ...



Cause for Jefferson City house fire under investigation  Jefferson City News Tribune

Authorities on Saturday were still trying to determine the cause for a house fire Friday night in Jefferson City.



California tied for third after first day of Class 2 state golf  Jefferson City News Tribune

NEW BLOOMFIELD — The California Pintos are in the hunt for a team trophy in the Class 3 state golf tournament.



Fatima sweeps Show-Me Conference cross country titles  Jefferson City News Tribune

LINN — The Fatima Comets and Lady Comets swept the team titles in the Show-Me Conference Championships on Tuesday at Linn Athletic Complex.



Buzzing about books: MRRL summer reading program teaches virtue of reading, science  Jefferson City News Tribune

Dozens of children from Jefferson City celebrated the end of the Missouri River Regional Library's Summer Reading Program with a bang and a buzz Saturday ...



City receives extra $41,000 in federal grants | Central MO Breaking News  Jefferson City News Tribune

The dream of owning a home can come to a sudden halt for first-time homeowners or low-income families when faced with a large down payment.



Jefferson City camp counselors: on the job and in the sun  Jefferson City News Tribune

Early mornings and long days in the sun may not seem like a perfect summer job to everyone, but for some of Jefferson City's Parks and Recreation day camp ...



BizBeat: Credit union to open local community center  Jefferson City News Tribune

A local credit union plans to build a community center on the site of an old restaurant near Jefferson City's Old Munichburg area.



Paper: Screenshots show Greitens staff used Confide  Jefferson City News Tribune

A newspaper reports screenshots of text messages show former Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens' staff used a message-deleting app to discuss government ...



Local man pleads guilty to Walmart bomb threat  Jefferson City News Tribune

A Holts Summit man has been placed on two years of unsupervised probation for making a bomb threat in October 2017 at Walmart on West Stadium Boulevard ...



Going out in style: Saffees to close family business with holiday season  Jefferson City News Tribune

After nearly a century curating a community's sense of fashion, Jefferson City's fashion institution is going out in style. Saffees has been dressing Jefferson City ...



Rushing, attacking defense lead Hawklets past Jays  Jefferson City News Tribune

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Get a defensive stop, run the ball, score a touchdown. Rinse, repeat. That's how the Rockhurst Hawklets play football and the Jefferson ...



Capitol Police given new look  Jefferson City News Tribune

Since last spring, Capitol Police have been changing the way its officers and cars look.



Lathrop takes 4th place in Class 1  Clinton county leader

After two days of battling fierce competition at the Missouri Class 1 State Wrestling Championships in Columbia this past Thursday and Friday, Lathrop ...



Kansas City area school district to reward attendance with money  Jefferson City News Tribune

KANSAS CITY (AP) — A Kansas City-area school district plans to use money as an incentive to get students to attend class every day.



Griffith wins House District 60 seat | Central MO Breaking News  Jefferson City News Tribune

Republican Dave Griffith is the new representative from Missouri House District 60. Griffith defeated fellow Jefferson City resident Sara Michael for the seat ...



Commission seeks trial expenses from change of venue case  Jefferson City News Tribune

A potential murder trial, moved to Cole County on a change of venue, could cost up to $100000 — and the Cole County Commission wants to make sure the ...



Lincoln University says farewell to Offord | Central MO Breaking News  Jefferson City News Tribune

Jerome Offord was greeted with Lincoln University's band — the Marching Musical Storm — which marched to and from the Scruggs University Center and ...



59th House candidates talk business, state's infrastructure | Central MO Breaking News  Jefferson City News Tribune

Incentives aimed at bringing businesses and companies to Missouri don't matter if those companies don't have the skilled labor to produce their products, ...



Man charged with making terrorist threat | Central MO Breaking News  Jefferson City News Tribune

A Jefferson City man has been charged with making a terrorist threat Wednesday after he allegedly made threats to come to a business with a firearm and shoot ...



Friday Football: Vianney uses strong run game in win against Helias  Jefferson City News Tribune

A voice boomed out from the stands in the second half Friday night — "Beast Mode." Percy Mitchell of Vianney had just broken out on one of his multiple runs for ...



BizBeat: Missouri Boulevard McDonald's to undergo renovation  Jefferson City News Tribune

McDonald's Missouri Boulevard location in Jefferson City will undergo a $2 million renovation beginning May 21.



BizBeat: Dollar General considering Wardsville store  Jefferson City News Tribune

Discount retailer Dollar General confirmed this week it's considering opening a store in Wardsville.



Delivering a 'Practically Perfect' 'Mary Poppins' | Central MO Breaking News  Jefferson City News Tribune

William Schatte and Maggie Eggen see how “Mary Poppins” has and continues to work its way into our culture.



Jecman home garden entices tranquility, creativity and elegance  Jefferson City News Tribune

Retired dentist Jim Jecman lounges at one of his favorite gathering spots in the middle of his now award-winning home garden, which earned the Bittersweet ...



Missouri American begins 5 water-main projects | Central MO Breaking News  Jefferson City News Tribune

Missouri American Water began $1.45 million worth of water main projects in Jefferson City earlier this week.



Tuesday night crash results in DWI arrest  Jefferson City News Tribune

Two people were hurt and one person was arrested following a Tuesday night crash in Cole County.



Arrest made after neglect found at Holts Summit kennel facility  Jefferson City News Tribune

Following a Tuesday investigation into animal neglect at the Holts Summit kennel facility and an arrest of a city employee, the Holts Summit Board of Aldermen ...



Sparks brothers face off today for Tigers, Boilermakers  Jefferson City News Tribune

COLUMBIA — When Adam and Jared Sparks were growing up with the game of football, they found their roles pretty quickly on opposite sides of the ball.



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.



State considering new rules to slow chronic wasting disease  Jefferson City News Tribune

The Missouri Department of Conservation is considering changing state regulations to slow the spread of chronic wasting disease, an always-fatal disease that ...



Holts Summit explores building animal shelter  Jefferson City News Tribune

With a private kennel used by the city soon closing, Holts Summit is exploring other options to house animals brought in by animal control — hoping to partner ...



Pane-staking care: 120-year-old stained glass windows getting new life  Jefferson City News Tribune

After nearly 120 years, the stained glass windows at First United Methodist Church in downtown Jefferson City need a little care.



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 ...



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 ...



Ridgeway, Korsmeyer win county races | Central MO Breaking News  Jefferson City News Tribune

Republican Judy Ridgeway won the race for Cole County recorder of deeds.Unofficial results show Ridgeway got 22929 votes (71.



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 ...



Veterans' golf, fishing outing planned for Independence Day celebration  Jefferson City News Tribune

An event dedicated to disabled veterans and *service* members will be featured in Jefferson City's Salute to America celebrations leading up to the Fourth of July.



Jett, Lady Jays blank Lady Crusaders  Jefferson City News Tribune

Jett only allowed four hits and struck out five as the Lady Lays won 1-0 at Vogel Vield at Riverside Park, breaking a three-game losing streak to the Lady ...



Helias wins Ozark Grand Slam, Rockers reaches milestone  Jefferson City News Tribune

OZARK — The Helias Lady Crusaders finished their regular season Saturday with a tournament title at the Ozark Grand Slam.



'A Fine Cargo' of relatable experiences | Central MO Breaking News  Jefferson City News Tribune

A man's age represents a fine cargo of experience and memories.This quote from French writer, poet and aristocrat Antoine de Saint-Exupery aptly inspired ...



Denise Chapel: Striving to be change she wants to see in community  Jefferson City News Tribune

Be the change you want to see. That's the motto Denise Chapel lives by and what encourages her to continue striving for leadership roles in her career and ...



3 men charged in forgery case  Jefferson City News Tribune

Three men from the Lake of the Ozarks area have been charged with one count of forgery each for an incident that occurred Wednesday in Jefferson City.



Russellville man killed in accident  Jefferson City News Tribune

A Russellville man was killed in a one vehicle crash Thursday night in Moniteau County.



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