Clay Farm Supply hosts Sen. Blunt

The rescheduled visit of U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt to Moniteau County to discuss the impact of executive over-reach and over-regulation was hosted by Clay Farm Supply, Jamestown, Tuesday, Feb. 17.

February 25, 2015

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Snow expected in Mid-Missouri this afternoon through Sunday

A late-season winter storm will affect central and eastern sections of Missouri starting today and continuing into Sunday.

Weather-related cancellations, announcements for Thursday, Feb. 26, 2015

Check this headline link for updates on Mid-Missouri weather-related cancellations and announcements for Thursday, Feb. 26, 2015.

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Lady Pintos win district basketball opener, face Hallsville in semifinals

The California girls basketball team escaped with a 56-54 victory over No. 5 Father Tolton in Monday night’s Class 3, District 8 quarterfinal.

Lady Cardinals seek redemption in district semifinals

With revenge on its mind, the Tipton girls basketball team gets another crack at Russellville in the district tournament.

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Pintos share conference basketball title with Falcons

California and Blair Oaks were crowned co-champions, both finishing 6-1 in the conference.

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Lady Pintos lose Senior Night basketball game to Osage

Although California kept it close against Osage, the visitors held on for a 58-53 win last week on Senior Night.

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Lady Panthers beat rival Jamestown in regular-season finale

The Prairie Home Lady Panthers finished the regular season last week with a 53-32 win over rival Jamestown.

Panthers get exciting basketball win over Eagles, 50-48

After weather delayed their basketball game until the next day, Prairie Home beats Jamestown in boys basketball action.

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Lincoln visits Jamestown C-I

Mark Rehagen aka Abraham Lincoln presented the life story to the students at Jamestown Wednesday, Feb. 18.

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Three complete Missouri Option diploma requirements

Three young people received California High School diplomas as part of the Missouri Option program at the regular California R-I School Board meeting Wednesday, Feb. 18.

April 7 General Municipal Election Information

For the 2015 General Municipal Election on April 7, the deadline date for voter registration is March 11. Absentee ballots are available from Feb. 24 through April 6.

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Open House scheduled for new ag building at CHS on Thursday

A safer, larger and more efficient space will allow the California High School FFA and agricultural programs to better meet the needs of its continuously increasing enrollment.

Scouting for Food begins this weekend

Units to put out informational door tags

JCMG sponsors California Health Challenge

For more information contact Dr. Sara Bohn, JCMG Family Health Clinic, 606 East Buchanan Street, California, Mo., please call 573-796-3600.

Moniteau County 911 board hears concerns of fire districts

Tipton Fire Chief Aaron Fassler presented concerns to the Moniteau County 911 Emergency Dispatch Center Board of Directors at the Feb. 19 meeting about paging for medical calls outside its district and would like to restructure the use of the department’s resources. Fortuna Fire Chief Richard Lawson and Chris Clifford of the California Rural Fire Protection District were present. Plans are to attend a future fire chief’s meeting and consider the matter.

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Emergency personnel brush up on natural gas safety

California firefighters and police officers brushed up on natural gas safety procedures.

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High Point R-III hosts Spelling Bee

Students at High Point R-III competed in a school wide spelling bee Thursday, Feb. 19. Third and fourth grade teacher Galen Maples organized the event for the school.

Weather-related cancellations, announcements for Friday and Saturday, Feb. 20-21, 2015

Check this headline link for updates on Mid-Missouri weather-related cancellations, early dismissals and announcements for Friday, Feb. 20, 2015.

Pintos lose at Blair Oaks, suffer first conference basketball loss

The California boys basketball team falls to conference rival Blair Oaks, 71-66, on Tuesday night.