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Welch will stay in prison, for now

The Missouri Supreme Court on Monday issued an order to keep Welch in prison until at least Jan. 23.

Chamber to host annual dinner at Centennial Hall Jan. 24

The California Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner will be held Saturday, Jan. 24, at Centennial Hall-Upper Level.

California Care Center to hold 2014 memorial service

The California Care Center will hold its 2014 Memorial service on Saturday, Jan. 17.

Senator Schaaf to speak to Moniteau County Republicans

State Senator Rob Schaaf will be the speaker at the Moniteau County Republican Club on Thursday, Jan. 15, at Bobbio’s Eatery in Tipton.

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E.M. Burger Foundation donates $5000 to Elia Wood Paegelow Foundation

The Moniteau County Library @ Wood Place is fortunate to have continued support from the Elia Wood Paegelow Foundation.

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Cook returns from St. Vincent

Camryn Schlup, daughter of Jeff and Julie Schlup, played in the 2015 Mizzou Show Me Show Down and was on the winning team.

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Lady Eagles race to early lead, never look back in 60-38 win at Russellville

RUSSELLVILLE - Playing on the road against a bigger opponent, Jamestown girls basketball coach E.H. Hirschvogel asked his team to make an early statement Friday night against the Lady Indians.

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Culpepper helps elevate Lady Cardinals to elite status with ‘crazy’ coaching style

TIPTON - Jason Culpepper speaks his mind, for better or worse, and rarely hides his emotions.

Pintos begin conference play with road victory over Southern Boone

The California boys basketball team kept its perfect record intact with a 53-45 victory over Southern Boone in Friday night’s Tri-County Conference matchup.

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Lady Pintos’ comeback bid falls short in 62-56 loss to Fulton

Trailing by 20 points to begin the fourth quarter, the California girls basketball team ramped up its defensive pressure and made shots on the offensive end.

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Police Department has productive 2014

As 2014 ends and 2015 begins, the City of California Police Department counts its progress.

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Record calls for California Fire Department

The year 2014 was one of a record number of calls for the City of California Fire Department.

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Burgers’ Smokehouse draws 4-H and FFA youth for hams

Burger’s Smokehouse swarmed with young people Saturday, Jan. 10. The 4-H and FFA students from around Central Missouri selected fresh hams to cure for either consumption or competition in one or more of the various fairs.

House fire in south part of county injures one

Personnel from three different fire districts responded to a house fire in the extreme south part of Moniteau County early Thursday.

Moniteau County Crime Watch makes change

The Moniteau County Crime Watch organization made a change at the meeting, Monday, Jan. 12, at the California Event Center.

Firefighters douse Moniteau County blaze

Firefighters were called to extinguish a blaze inside a rural Moniteau County home early Thursday.

New judge in case against Moniteau Co. prosecutor

A new judge will hear the case against a mid-Missouri county prosecutor charged with drunken driving in an accident that injured four people when he reportedly backed his truck into a Columbia bar.

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Lady Indians ramp up defensive pressure in 48-32 win over Vienna

RUSSELLVILLE - After a disappointing opening quarter in Saturday’s game against Vienna, Russellville girls basketball coach David Volkart gave his squad a “motivating” pep talk.

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Indians can’t recover from slow start, fall to Vienna 78-63

RUSSELLVILLE - One bad quarter can make the difference between a win and loss.

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Seniors cherish final memories at California football banquet

With another memorable football season in the books, California players, coaches and parents gathered Sunday afternoon at the high school to recognize the great moments from 2014.

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