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Inspired Designs was a buzz Saturday, Dec. 6, during Christmas California Style.
Jo Winkler and daughter Julie Bolinger hosted a Christmas open house in conjunction with Christmas California Style Saturday, Dec. 6, in California.
Dec. 7, 1941, was known as “A Date Which Will Live in Infamy” as a result of a speech given by President Franklin D. Roosevelt before Congress on Dec. 8.
Tenor Ernie Haase has been singing Southern Gospel for a long time — over half his life. And he’ll celebrate his 50th birthday Friday, by singing in Jefferson City.
Following the alleged theft of cattle from a sale barn in Miller County on Friday, Nov. 21, law enforcement agencies were alerted to be on the lookout for a suspected vehicle.
Joseph Arbeiter, 66, Sedalia, entered a guilty plea to Class A Felony murder of Mandy Black, 35, in the first degree
Winter weather can be devastating. Extreme weather of any kind can be a problem, but winter weather can knock out heat, power and communication services to your home or office, sometimes for days at a time.
The Central Missouri Community Action (CMCA) held an open house Monday...
The ladies of the United Methodist Church, California, had a very successful cookie sale Saturday, Dec. 6, at the church fellowship hall.
The annual California Christmas Parade Saturday evening, Dec. 6, with the theme of “Toyland.”
The 25th Annual Christmas Dinner of California Progress, Inc. (CPI) drew a good turnout Tuesday, Dec. 2, at the California Event Center on the Courthouse Square.
Rest. Who needs rest?
Being selected to the All-District football team is considered one of the top individual honors.
The California girls basketball team showed signs of improvement in Monday night’s game at the Mexico tournament, but it wasn’t quite enough to pull out the victory.
After a night filled with patriotism and competition, four high school juniors punched their tickets to Washington, D.C., as part of the Co-Mo Youth Tour delegation.
During the Christmas holidays children in the California area will need food. School will not be in session and children will not be receiving the regular breakfast and lunches provided.
Stephanie Stokes, owner of Something Sassy Beauty Salon LLC, encouraged her customers to donate non-perishable food items for the Moniteau Christian Ministries Center food bank.
Formal arraignment was waived and a plea of not guilty entered in Boone County Court on Nov. 25, for Moniteau County Prosecutor Shayne Healea. Trial will be set at a later date. Arraignment was originally set for Dec. 2.
The City of California Board of Aldermen at its Monday meeting, Dec. 1, discussed street lighting along Quail Hollow Drive, Cedar Street and Country Club Estates. An explanation of the lighting by Electric Supervisor Rick Graham led to a discussion of how the street lights fit into the current and next year’s budgets.