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Michelle Brooks is editor and reporter for the California Democrat.

Railroad history first to be featured in California mural

Published Feb. 7 2018

The California area's rich heritage connected with the railroad arriving in 1858 will be featured in the first of a...

Sharing faith, family with people of Merida, Mexico

Published Dec. 14 2017

A High Point couple and their family will be the first full-time missionaries for Sports Crusaders when they leave this...

Exhibit remembers sacrifices of Moniteau County's WWI soldiers

Published Nov. 4 2017

The world was at war 100 years ago and 652 men from Moniteau County stepped up to serve in World...

Toys for Tots comes to Moniteau County

Published Oct. 19 2017

The U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program will serve families in Moniteau County this Christmas season.

More law for Russellville

Published Oct. 4 2017

The Cole County Commission has approved efforts to increase the Cole County Sheriff's Department's presence in Russellville.

Maier believes support is key to success

Published Oct. 1 2017

Marilyn Maier's third-grade teacher in Fulton not only made the year enjoyable, but gave her a note saying she would...

Jamestown man bound for Houston

Published Sep. 6 2017

JAMESTOWN — As Thomas Shands watched the disaster recovery images from Hurricane Harvey, the American Red Cross volunteer said, "I...

Missouri military history featured in new book

Published Sep. 6 2017

The Show-Me State's enduring military heritage is reflected in "Missouri at War," the latest book by Russellville author Jeremy Amick.

Russellville honors Purple Heart recipients

Published Aug. 23 2017

Those who made the ultimate sacrifice to protect American freedom, including U.S. Marine Corp. John Campbell, will not be forgotten...

Solar eclipse: Perfect view with protective lenses

Published Aug. 20 2017

The most important thing residents need to know about The Great American Eclipse Aug. 21 is to wear approved protective...

Glenn promotes LU ROTC in coordinator role

Published Aug. 6 2017

The Lincoln University ROTC department was a second home for Kristin Glenn, as she grew up with her mom working...

Haircuts offer fresh start, free food

Published Aug. 2 2017

Salon chairs were set up under shade trees on the perfect summer morning Saturday in Clarksburg, where Robin Arnold and...

'Perfect balance' for First Christian pastor as he takes position for denomination

Published Jul. 30 2017

A diverse and motivated congregation in the Capital City, the senior minister job at First Christian Church was an unsolicited,...

Church garden puts 'diversity in motion'

Published Jul. 30 2017

Meghan Luecke wanted to create a garden as a summer project with her three children. However, their historic home had...

Area group aims to hold government accountable

Published Jul. 30 2017

Local residents put their beliefs into action Saturday as they gathered on the Missouri Boulevard sidewalk in front of Congressman...

Antique organ concert returns to Schubert church

Published Jul. 27 2017

The nostalgic sounds of the antique reed organ will fill the sanctuary at St. John's Lutheran Church in Schubert at...

Highway Patrol analyst makes sure missing aren't forgotten

Published Jul. 16 2017

Clara Land takes her compassion, drive, understanding and outside-the-box thinking to work every day.

Mid-Missouri church to mark 150 years

Published Jul. 9 2017

Two special services will mark the 150th anniversary of St. John's Lutheran Church, Stringtown, on July 16.

Shedding light on eclipses in our past

Published Jun. 13 2017

On this day in 1257, it is likely people of the Mississippian culture saw a total solar eclipse from what...

With retirement at hand, the Rev. Peter Kurowski turns attention to writing

Published Jun. 11 2017

Choosing a life of service to people and time for Bible study over prestige and administration, the Rev. Peter Kurowski...