The California boys basketball team beat conference foes Osage and Versailles last week, loses to Conway at shootout.
Haley Windsor and Justice Miller each reach double digits...
Bond tosses in 17 points Tuesday to lead the Russellville Indians in a 51-37 win.
Readers will see the World War I era through the eyes of a newlywed couple separated by military service in Jeremy Amick’s latest book, “Soldierly Devotion.”
The California Democrat will increase its subscription rates 50 cents a month effective Feb. 1.
New California gym caters exclusively to women's health and fitness
Prairie Home overcomes early deficit to beat Russellville in a girls basketball game on Friday, Jan. 23.
The Russellville boys basketball team had a strong first quarter en rout to a double-digit win over Prairie Home on Friday, Jan. 23.
The California Area Chamber of Commerce presented awards at the annual dinner meeting Saturday, Jan. 24, held Centennial Hall at the Moniteau County Fairgrounds.
California R-I School Board members were presented with Certificates of Appreciation for Missouri School Board Recognition Week.
With 395 tickets sold for the 17th Annual Cub Scout Chili Supper, many of the community came out to support Cub Scout Pack 120 on Saturday, Jan. 24 in its fundraiser.
Gary Taylor, 55, is recovering from an accident which resulted in his being transported to University of Missouri Health Center via Staff for Life.
The Moniteau County Democrat Club met at the Nic Nac Café Thursday night for its monthly meeting with many in attendance.
The Moniteau Christian Ministries Center, Inc. (MCMC) will host a meeting to discuss a community garden Feb. 5, from 6 to 7 p.m.
There were 14 members of the California Middle School Band who participated in the 2015 West Central Missouri Music Educators Association All-District Honor Band.
The California High School Academic Team for the 2014-15 school year is represented by four team members. Juniors, Mason Albertson, Morgan Carpenter and Jarod McKee and freshman Jack Johnston.
Homecoming 2015 was full of exciting, fast paced ballgames, a couple of fun Sapphire dances and an elegant coronation. Bleachers were filled with enthusiastic, exuberate Jamestown fans supporting their teams in the “nail biters” against Prairie Home. After two overtimes, unfortunately the girls lost 59-65 but the boys beat their rival 48-47.
Prices for all commodities are lower than they have been the last few years, and that will put some economic stress on many farmers.
The Prairie Home School Board was recognized during School Board Appreciation Week.
The third and fourth graders at High Point R-III became as statues in a museum on Friday, Jan. 23.