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Columbia creates sanctuary for migratory monarch butterflies

Published Feb. 27 2017

Volunteers in Columbia have been working to create a sanctuary for millions of monarch butterflies that pass through the state...

Dusting off memories

Published Feb. 27 2017

The education Marvin Strolberg received during a military experience that spanned two wars and two branches of service was invaluable,...

Bluegrass springs to lfe

Published Feb. 27 2017

For local bluegrass artist Janice Martin, music is life.

Which tipples are the toast of the town?

Published Feb. 26 2017

Glasses are raised nightly throughout the city. Some people hold mugs filled with frothy craft beers or traditional domestics.

Protesters upset by Luetkemeyer's lack of town hall meetings

Published Feb. 26 2017

For two hours Saturday morning, more than 30 people bundled up against the wind and stood along Missouri Boulevard near...

4-H students learning art of clowning at Extension program

Published Feb. 26 2017

Ten Missouri 4-H students spent seven hours Saturday at the Cole County Extension Center learning about being a clown.

Support group seeks to help parents after loss of child

Published Feb. 26 2017

Ruth Padilla has seen many joyful days as an apprentice midwife. However, the Russellville mother of six also has seen...

Applications sought for United Way grants

Published Feb. 26 2017

Applications for the 2017 Community Support Grant are now available to nonprofit health and human service agencies through the United...

Dixon's Boone County case still set for Wednesday

Published Feb. 26 2017

Former Osage County Sheriff Michael Dixon's attorney has asked Boone County Associate Circuit Judge Deborah Daniels to hold a jury...

Fans of fungus begin to think about festival

Published Feb. 26 2017

Enter Garry Vaught, owner of Beks restaurant and an organizer of Fulton's Morels and Microbrews festival. In its fifth year,...

South Callaway students hop for healthier hearts

Published Feb. 26 2017

Bouncing on giant balls and trampolines, vaulting over tapes and hoping over jump ropes, South Callway students got their heartbeats...

Get ready for Pancake Day

Published Feb. 26 2017

Strap on the old feed bag. It's almost Shrove Tuesday.

Bank Star One sale to Central Bank approved

Published Feb. 26 2017

The sale of Bank Star One locations, including those in Fulton and New Bloomfield, has been approved by state and...

Taxi service opens in Fulton

Published Feb. 26 2017

Callawegians have a new way to get around. Last week, H&R Taxi tarted operating primarily in Fulton and Kingdom City,...

Heroin, amphetamines found after brief car chase

Published Feb. 26 2017

A Fulton woman was arrested Friday on drug-related charges after leading law enforcement on a brief car chase through Fulton.

Home Show draws a crowd Friday

Published Feb. 25 2017

Officials with the HBA Home Show are hoping the large crowds they saw Friday will come out again today to...

Talk of lofts in old shoe factory continues

Published Feb. 25 2017

Just keep an open mind about a $13 million project to convert a 110-year-old landmark into 75 apartments using low...

Fisher's trial on assault charge set for April

Published Feb. 25 2017

Aaron Fisher will stand trial for allegedly assaulting a 5-month-old girl in 2009.

HALO to celebrate 9th annual Artreach Auction

Published Feb. 25 2017

Community members have an opportunity to extend their support to homeless youth as HALO celebrates its ninth annual Artreach Auction...

Jefferson City man facing drug charges

Published Feb. 24 2017

A Jefferson City man is facing several drug-related charges.

10 arrested in Moniteau County drug bust

Published Feb. 24 2017

The Moniteau County Sheriff's Office, working in conjunction with the Mid-Missouri Drug Task Force and the Tipton Police Department, executed...

School bus shooting nets 10-year prison sentence

Published Feb. 24 2017

In a plea bargain deal, a Jefferson City man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for pleading guilty...

Joint effort brings CPR training to Lincoln students

Published Feb. 24 2017

The classic Bee Gees 1970s tune "Stayin' Alive" blared while Lincoln University students and community leaders learned how to conduct...