Queen entrants must register no later than July 24.
Free locally produced food, entertainment and activities for young and old top the first Combine Blessing and Safety Expo, sponsored by University of Missouri Extension and the Boone County Farm Bureau.
Rally at the Moniteau County Fair Grounds, Centennial Hall, Monday, July 21 at 6:30 p.m.
Natalie Roark, District Design Engineer and Trent Brooks, Traffic Engineer for MoDOT spoke about Constitutional Amendment 7 to be voted on Aug. 5.
Recently 54 Cargill employees participated in the company’s Biggest Loser Program.
Volunteers with the Mid-Missouri Mission Team, also known as the 3MT Lifechangers, are in the area this week, providing work for houses in California and surrounding areas.
Just one month after Prairie Home R-V School sustained damage from a severe storm that moved through the area June 4, Mother Nature struck Monday, July 7, and the facility was damaged once again.
Current point standings in the Men's Golf League, which alternates play at the Tipton Country Club and the California Country Club, as of July 8 are as follows.
The California Youth Football Club, Inc. will host registration for the 2014 season 8-10 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 16, at the old Riley Field, California.
(July 21-Aug. 1) *Space is available for more participants. To register, call Julie Moses at 573-796-2968. 8 a.m. Level 1 Rhilynn McArthur, Gabrielle Pace , Blain Borgmann and Rylee Hirschvogel.
Extreme 4 Wheeler Racing presented by Impact Signs, Awnings and Wraps, Sedalia, was held Saturday at the main arena of the Moniteau County Fairgrounds, California, where a total of 36 drivers competed.
The California Stingrays swim team participated in the conference meet at Centralia Saturday, the final meet of the 2014 season for the Mid-Missouri Conference, where the top three finishers in each event earned a medal.
Karen Kirchoff purchased a “5X Crossword” ticket at Mr. G’s Liquor, 306 Buchannan St. in California, that revealed the top prize of $50,000.
The Russellville Lions Club has teamed up with Bax Fireworks, Community Point Bank and the Relay for Life to create a huge event, including more than 1,000 expected attendance and $5,000 in fireworks display.
The Jamestown C-I Board of Education met for regular session Thursday, June 12, where the meeting started off with Jamestown C-I eighth-grader Trenton Barbour delivered a proposal to the Board regarding an Eagle Scout project.
The California High School Pintos Football Camp for grades 9-12 will be held 5:30-8 p.m. July 21-24 (Monday-Thursday) at Riley Field, directed by CHS Head Football Coach Marty Albertson.
The California High School Lady Pintos Volleyball Camp for grades 9-12 will be held 8-10 a.m. July 21-23 at the CHS gym, directed by CHS Head Volleyball Coach Julie Bailey.
• Varsity girls basketball camp, 6-8 p.m. July 14-18.
The Miss Moniteau County Queen Pageant will be held Tuesday, Aug. 5, in conjunction with the Moniteau County Fair. All queen entrants must register no later than July 24.
You can harvest the fun and the savings this year during Farm Bureau/Farm Family Day at the Missouri State Fair. Take advantage of special discounts courtesy of Farm Bureau on Monday, Aug. 11.