Stories for February 2014
Friday, February 28
Released money includes Capitol repairs
Wednesday, February 26
City of California Police Depatment at capacity
“Do not labor for the food which perishes, but for the food which endures to everlasting life, which the Son of Man will give you…” (John 6:27)
Kickoff scheduled for March 4th
DECA promoted by local students
CHS students participate in Districts
Russellville Boys The Indians were on the road Tuesday, Feb. 18, where they suffered a 60-40 loss to New Bloomfield.
Despite the absence of starters Sydney Deeken and Kelsey Roush, the California Lady Pintos trotted to a 59-32 win against Eugene in the first round of the Class 3 District 8 Tournament Monday night at Blair Oaks High School, Wardsville.
The California Pintos hosted Blair Oaks for Senior Night Tuesday, Feb. 18, where they defeated the Falcons 63-55 to pocket a conference win.
Moniteau County Ready Mix ready to serve the community
Board approves new band uniforms
United States finishes in second place with medals
Deeken and Brant crowned queen and king Friday night
Board reviewed and adopted revisions to their bylaws
Area students make the grade
100th anniversary celebrated by MFA
The Wood Place Public Library of California, Missouri Association will hold a special meeting at the Moniteau County Library @ Wood Place Thursday, March 6, at 11 a.m., to consider Amendment of its Articles of Agreement and bylaws and for such other business as may come before the Association.
Russellville school board meets
Tuesday, February 25
The Moniteau County Democratic club will meet Thursday, Feb. 27, at 6 p.m., at the Nic Nac Café, 901 W. Buchanan St. in California. The program will be an update on the Medicaid expansion program presented by Michelle Trupiana of the Medicaid Coalition. Guests are welcome.
The Ham and Turkey Festival first planning meeting will be held Monday, March 3 at 5:30 p.m. at the California City Hall meeting room. Plans need to be made for the festival which will be held the third Saturday in September. Everyone is welcome to come and assist with ideas and planning of the festival.
Monday, February 24
California hosted Tipton for Courtwarming Friday night at California High School, where the Pintos defeated the Cardinals 59-38. This was also the Pintos' final games of the regular season.
Friday, February 21
The California Pintos hosted Blair Oaks for Senior Night Thursday, where they lost a close contest, and the Tri-County Conference title, to the Lady Falcons, 63-60.
Thursday, February 20
The California Pintos were on the road Wednesday night, where they suffered a 71-54 loss to the Iberia Rangers.
Wednesday, February 19
California hosted Blair Oaks for Senior Night Tuesday, Feb. 18, where the Pintos came away with a 63-55 victory.
A Tale of Two Kingdoms or Why Science Can Never Be Settled
Moniteau Co. Cattlemen's Assoc. dinner meeting Feb. 25
California Area Chamber of Commerce makes plans for the season
ACT Workshop today at CHS
CMCA counselors to answer questions regarding Affordable Care Act
First Annual Finke Theatre Has Talent
Three-member family displaced
Linn State Technical School
Master Gardener course offered in Versailles
Organizers planning fifth-annual Moniteau County Back to School Fair
Harrison receives Baseball Scholarship
The whole congregation complained - count your blessings
United Methodist Women host dinner for missions
Elizabeth Wyss takes first place in State Pork Public Speaking
Fundraiser supports youth baseball
Russellville Girls The Lady Indians hosted Versailles Feb. 3, where they captured a 66-32 win from the Lady Tigers.
The California Lady Pintos hosted Mexico Feb. 11, where they defeated the Lady Bulldogs 56-21.
After a win at Warsaw Feb. 11, the California Pintos played back-to-back games Friday and Saturday where they captured two more wins to wrap up a busy but successful week.
Moniteau County 911 board meets
Mid-Mo Ambulance makes final payment on California facility
Students participate in Science Fair
Monday, February 17
The California High School varsity boys and JV girls basketball teams hosted Pilot Grove Saturday, where the Pintos captured a 79-61 victory, while the Lady Pintos lost 46-31 to the Lady Tigers.
Our list of Mid-Missouri school closings and weather-related announcements for Monday, Feb. 17, 2014, on NewsTribune.com
Wednesday, February 12
Wittenberger was named 2013 Republican of the Year
Cub Scout Pack 120 celebrates scouting anniversary with Blue and Gold Banquet
Working under the influence - pot
ACT Workshop today at CHS
Co-Mo approves increase, warns of EPA threat
Harmonium Brass thrill audience
SIU Carbondale announces Dean's list
Westminster's Lutz breaks all-time scoring record in win over Greenville
MoDOT lowers asking price for Jamestown facility
Federal court orders Moniteau County to issue inmate marriage licenses
Related Services meeting to be held Thursday
Junior Beta members attend convention
Food collected for local food pantry
There is love in the water at Latham
"Be still and know that God is God"
The Russellville Indians traveled to Tuscumbia Friday, where they suffered a 60-34 loss to the Lions.
The California Middle School seventh grade girls basketball team wrapped up the 2013 season with a 23-19 win at Sedalia Jan. 28, followed by a 33-19 loss to an undefeated Osage at home Jan. 30, to end the season 11-3.
After a loss to North Callaway in the opening round of the Southern Boone Classic Thursday night at Ashland, the California Pintos defeated Linn Friday, followed by a win against Fatima Saturday to secure a fifth place finish in the tourney.
Jamestown hosted Bunceton for the 2014 Jamestown C-I Homecoming Friday night, where the Eagles defeated the Dragons 73-25.
The California Lady Pintos hosted Eldon Friday night, where they defeated the Lady Mustangs 52-45 to pocket another conference win.
The California Middle School eighth grade girls basketball team hosted Osage for the Lady Pintos' final game of the season and Eighth Grade Night Jan. 30, where they defeated the Lady Indians 36-14 to end the season with just two losses, 13-2.
Snow cover likely to continues for awhile
Winter weather cause for cancelations
Tuesday, February 11
Our list of Mid-Missouri weather-related announcements for Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014, on NewsTribune.com and CaliforniaDemocrat.com.
Monday, February 10
Our list of Mid-Missouri school closings and weather-related announcements for Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2014, on NewsTribune.com and CaliforniaDemocrat.com.
Sunday, February 9
Our list of Mid-Missouri school closings and weather-related announcements for Monday, Feb. 10, 2014, on NewsTribune.com and CaliforniaDemocrat.com.
Thursday, February 6
Some schools in the area are re-opening on Friday, but several remain closed. Check our list at NewsTribune.com, TheLakeToday.com or CaliforniaDemocrat.com.
Among schools closed Thursday: Jefferson City Public, Blair Oaks, Russellville, New Bloomfield & Eugene. Full list via NewsTribune.com, CaliforniaDemocrat.com, TheLakeToday.com
Wednesday, February 5
Among Mid-Missouri schools closed Wednesday: Jefferson City Public, Helias High, Blair Oaks, Russellville R-1. Updates via NewsTribune.com, CaliforniaDemocrat.com, TheLakeToday.com
Deer hunters donate over 19,600 pounds of venison for charities in central Missouri
A Valentine's Day to remember
Fourth graders become pirates for parents and friends
Public encouraged to make heart-healthy choices in the fight against cardiovascular diseases
Thank a farmer for all they do
Bowlins together for 63 years
Norman and Nevelyn Nivens
Area students make Dean's List
McCutchen retains license office
The California Pintos hosted Boonville Jan. 28, where they captured a 74-47 win from the Pirates.
Prairie Home girls The Lady Panthers defeated Malta Bend 59-11 at the CCAA Conference Tournament Jan. 28 at Higbee.
After defeating fifth-seeded Versailles in the first round of the Russellville Tournament Jan. 27, then falling to third-seeded Father Tolton in overtime in the second round Tuesday, second-seeded Russellville faced Versailles once again, this time in the contest for third place Thursday night, where the Lady Indians captured a 41-40 win.
Fundraiser scheduled for Feb. 23
After defeating sixth-seeded Warsaw Jan. 27 in the first round of the Russellville Tournament, the top-seeded Lady Pintos faced fourth-seeded Belle Jan. 28 in the second round, where California came from behind at the half to pull off a 40-35 win.
The search is on for Missouri’s Outstanding Senior Volunteer
Judges needed for March 17
Honor List at Missouri S&T
Hunter Education skills session offered
Give the gift of life
10 free Blue Spruce Trees
Pastor Glen Golden, High Point Baptist Church
City of California Board of Aldermen meet
Connie Hohman makes music video
Kurowski honored for 20 years of service
Four sessions scheduled
Girl Scout Cookie Program Continues with Direct Sales
Tuesday, February 4
A winter storm will continue to move across the region overnight. Snow accumulations of 6 to 8 inches are forecast for parts of central and northeast Missouri.
Among schools closed Tuesday: Jefferson City Public, Helias High, Blair Oaks, Russellville R-1, Eugene R-5, Columbia Public, New Bloomfield, South Callaway. Updates via NewsTribune.com, CaliforniaDemocrat.com, TheLakeToday.com
Sunday, February 2
School closings and weather-related announcements posted to NewsTribune.com, CaliforniaDemocrat.com and TheLakeToday.com.