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MU Extension will be hosting a Beginning Beekeeping workshop on Saturday, Dec. 8, at First Christian Church in California, from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. This all day workshop will be taught by Jim and Valerie Duever of Jim ‘n’ I Farms, Inc. The speakers have taught several beginning beekeeping workshops and are very passionate about educating people on beekeeping. Come learn about how to start, manage and maintain productive honeybee colonies through an entire year. Also, we will be doing a hands-on building of a hive. This hive will be given away as a door prize. The cost of the workshop is $30 per person. Registration includes informational materials and lunch. The class is limited to the first 30 paid students. Deadline to register is Dec. 3. Contact the Morgan/Moniteau County Extension Center at (573) 378-5358 for more information or to register.
There are no additional reductions in employment planned at Cargill’s California, Mo., facility in the foreseeable future, according to Mike Martin, Director of Communications, Cargill, Inc., Wichita, Kan., in communication from Friday, Nov. 9. "In fact," Martin said, "we offered positions on the first shift to all personnel impacted by the recent shutdown of the second shift. Some took us up on the offer, while some did not. We’re now hiring people from outside the company to fill those first shift positions."
Chamber votes to assist Historical Society
Amnesty for overdue dooks from library
Taxes for 2012
Missouri main Street Connection Inc. (MMSC) is pleased to announce that California Progress, Inc. (CPI) has been selected to participate in a cost-sharing grant which provides training and technical services to revitalization programs in Missouri's historic commercial districts. The grant was awarded as a result of a competitive application process. See this weeks Democrat for more on the story
CHS Library Donation
MONITEAU COUNTY LIBRARY @ WOOD PLACE: GROWING TOGETHER
Kiwanis presents Inspiration and Hixson awards
Groom awarded Emmy
Melinda S. Long, 24, Holts Summit, was charged with Class D Felony Passing Bad Checks for writing two checks on a non-existent account. Checks were written May 27 for $8.18 and May 28 for $47.89. If convicted on this charge, she could face up to seven years in prison and a $5,000 fine.
Simpson 60 years as barber