Austin Kramer, staff member for Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler’s office, held a Listening Post in California Monday, Oct. 26, at the California City Hall.
Veterans Day, Nov. 11, falls on Wednesday this year. Area schools are planning events in honor of the day. Government offices, the post office, the banks and other businesses will be closed for the occasion.
Stacey Kenyon, 17, High Point, was crowned the 2015 Missouri Rodeo Cowboys Association Women’s Breakaway Roping Champion in her second year of competition.
California High School Senior Ally Meisenheimer received a big surprise at lunch time Thursday, Oct. 29. Amy Knollmeyer announced in the high school commons area that the very popular girl was the winner of the Amy Knollmeyer Photography Top Model Contest.
The 2015 season was something the California Pintos football program hasn’t seen in a couple of seasons, with three-straight seasons with at least 12 wins prior to this season.
Results from the Class 2 District 4 cross-country meet.
EUGENE — The Lady Indians continue their winning ways, defeating Chamois 23-17 in the Show-Me Conference Tournament Wednesday.
Here's a preview of SEC football games scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 31, 2015.
The 2015 Moniteau County taxes will be mailed out Friday, Oct. 30. The real estate tax will be collected for 2015 amounts to $6,532,018.42 and the personal tax will be $2,362,941.09. Railroad and Utility tax is $1,657,571.53. As of March 1, 2015, the back tax books showed $855,667.25 still on the books. Over 65 percent of these have been collected. This amount includes real estate and personal for three back years.
Moniteau County Schools accredited
Some schools have replaced handwriting minutes in the early elementary years with computer access.
More than 352,000 enjoy annual tradition in 2015
Russellville veteran discusses Cold War era service experimental program
Jamestown fifth grade teacher Wendy Barker could not take her students to all the biomes in the world so she brought as many as possible to the Jamestown school via books, encyclopedias and the internet.
It’s that time of year again when Daylight Saving Time comes to an end. This year the change is Sunday, Nov. 1, so don’t forget to set your clocks back one hour on Oct. 31. The time officially changes at 2 a.m. Nov. 1.
A proposal for new restroom facilities was made to the California R-I School Board at its regular meeting, Wednesday, Oct. 21.
A presentation on the importance of hay quality was presented by Gene Schmitz, Thursday, Oct. 22, at the California City Hall meeting room. Schmitz, based in Benton County, is a Livestock Specialist with the University of Missouri Extension.
Mike Kelley, chair person of MRED (Moniteau County Regional Economic Development Council) announced at the meeting held on Wednesday, Oct. 21, at Burgher Haus, that a $30,000 grant has been awarded by the national USDA organization. This announcement was welcomed since the rural development grant through the state was not received, as announced at the September meeting.
Winter is looming again, and with it the possibility of extreme weather conditions in the area, it is a good idea to have cars and trucks checked out and winterized.
With winter drawing near, it is not only time to take care of pre-winter auto maintenance, it is even more important to listen to what your car or truck is saying.