Russellville students place wreaths to honor veterans

Russellville High School students honored the sacrifices of veterans Tuesday as they laid wreaths at their graves.The 39 students representing FFA leadership, National Honor Society and the World War...

Input sought on parking garage’s future

Jefferson City officials are seeking the community's opinion about the future of the Madison Street parking garage, specifically, whether it should be replaced or repaired.Written comments on the matter...

Optimist Club carries on Christmas tree lot tradition

The sweet smell of fresh evergreen needles and oozing tree sap hung in the crisp November air Friday afternoon. The source of the scents: the Jefferson City Optimist Club's Christmas...

The ‘synodal style’ – A correspondence look at US synod reports

As the Church’s global synod on synodality begins its “continental phase,” it’s very likely the process has thus far produced reports containing something...

Animal shelter staff cares for 24 cats abandoned outside

Twenty-four cats were dropped off earlier this month outside the Jefferson City Animal Shelter building.Some huddled near the front doors, others harbored in the storm drains, the shelter wrote...

Jefferson City church gets head start preparing community Thanksgiving meals

Preparing a Thanksgiving meal takes hours.Preparing a Thanksgiving meal for about 1,000 people takes days.Volunteers from Immaculate Conception Catholic Church began preparing turkeys around 5 a.m. Sunday morning. Roughly...

MoDOT seeks feedback on transportation needs

The Missouri Department of Transportation's draft list of high priority unfunded transportation needs totals $10 billion.The state agency unveiled the list Wednesday, with more than $528 million in projects...