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Proactive in pursuit of justice

Published Jan. 17 2017

Those attending the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Prayer Breakfast and Founders at Quinn Chapel AME Chapel were challenged...

St. Mary's celebration of MLK Day emphasizes community

Published Jan. 17 2017

During St. Mary's 13th annual Martin Luther King Jr. celebration, community members commemorated King's legacy with song and dance of...

Tai-chi arrives in Holts Summit

Published Jan. 17 2017

A little piece of the Far East is coming to the Holts Summit Lions Club, as tai-chi classes are now...

Lincoln University offers civil rights film series

Published Jan. 17 2017

Lincoln University will host a four-part PBS film series showcasing America's leaders during the Civil Rights era starting at 6:30...

Callaway Amateur Radio League offers class for certification

Published Jan. 17 2017

If you've ever wanted to chat with fascinating people all over the world, then David Mueller's amateur radio class starting...

Walking in a winter mushroom land

Published Jan. 17 2017

Spring — and Morels and Microwbrews, Fulton's famed mushroom and beer festival — might seem like it's still a long...

MU Extension launching 'Leadership Online'

Published Jan. 17 2017

University of Missouri Extension has developed an innovative online program with the focus on building better leaders.

Welcome to tax season

Published Jan. 17 2017

Few people actually look forward to tax season. But looking ahead at it can save you a headache later on,...

Local women protest health care law changes

Published Jan. 16 2017

In spite of the drizzle and cold weather, a small group of women unhappy with Congress' plans to repeal the...

Ice storm falls short of dire forecasts

Published Jan. 16 2017

While Winter Storm Jupiter did wreak havoc in some parts of Missouri, the central portion of the state was spared...

Redrawing boundaries could address some crowding issues

Published Jan. 15 2017

Recent proposals to redraw pockets of elementary school boundary lines in the Jefferson City Public Schools district are grounded in...

Agencies geared up for predicted ice storm troubles

Published Jan. 15 2017

Even as some of Friday night's icy conditions melted Saturday, the National Weather Service still was predicting slippery conditions for...

Winter storm puts dent in Jefferson City crime

Published Jan. 15 2017

Crime never takes a holiday, but in the wake of winter storm Jupiter, it came close in Jefferson City.

Helias opens new addition this week

Published Jan. 15 2017

Helias High School's new chapel will receive its name any day now, said Maureen Quinn, campus minister at the Catholic...

Area couple collects glass soda bottles

Published Jan. 15 2017

Cradling a fragile, ornate glass bottle, Randee Kaiser beams with pride as he weaves the bottle's tale of origin and...

Kingdom Christian Academy administrator enjoying new role

Published Jan. 15 2017

Last summer, Kevin G. Browne, retired U.S. Air Force chaplain, drove 835 miles from Cheyenne, Wyoming to Fulton to take...

Niles builds armada

Published Jan. 15 2017

"Its not my philosophy to find new or better customers," business owner Henry Niles said. "The trick is to pick...

Fulton braces for ice

Published Jan. 15 2017

Friday found Fulton residents scrambling to stock up on the basics before the predicted ice storm hit.

Law enforcement recruiting down, but agencies still working

Published Jan. 15 2017

Recruiting for many Missouri law enforcement agencies already was down — and news stories from around the country in 2016...

Malissa Smith: Food, friends see her through challenges of blindness

Published Jan. 15 2017

Malissa Smith is blessed with the broad smile of a woman who knows no strangers, the laugh of a person...

KMIZ, KQFX signals removed from DIRECTV

Published Jan. 15 2017

Unless something changes today, Mid-Missouri DIRECTV satellite customers won't be able to watch FOX network's broadcast of the Green Bay...

Bluegrass convention shines through ice

Published Jan. 15 2017

This weekend's ice storm affected the attendance quite a bit, organizer Stephanie Jones, of Kirksville, said Saturday, "I would say...

Shelter staying open, here's how to help

Published Jan. 15 2017

By early Friday, nearly all of Callaway County had announced plans to shut down in anticipation of the predicted ice...