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Groom awarded Emmy

Felony bad check charge filed

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.

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Roy Simpson marks 60 years on 80th birthday

Simpson 60 years as barber

Columbus Day

Holiday Closings

Public Notice

The City of California will hold a public hearing on October 1, 2012 at 6:30 p.m. at the City Hall.

2012 General election registration information

2012 General election registration information

2012 General Election absentee ballot information

Absentee ballot information

Moniteau County 911 board meets

Moniteau County 911 board meets

Christmas will come early in California this year

Christmas will come early in California this year

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California Area Chamber of Commerce Meets

Norris Gerhart, Chamber Board president, called to order the California Area Chamber of Commerce Board meeting held Thursday, Aug. 9.

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Grant Kirk Finds Culinary Place with Cappenkirk's Barbecue

While interviewing for a job, Grant Cappen Kirk was asked what he wanted to do in life, after not hearing an answer, the interviewer then asked Kirk what he would do if given a million dollars to which Kirk immediately replied, "I would probably start a restaurant."

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Move it 2 Lose it Offering Zumba and Interval Training

Move it 2 Lose it Owner Brooke Pace said she is looking at starting to stress interval training classes at her gym located at 205 West Buchanan.

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Beanland Heating and Cooling a Family Affair

Brothers Thomas and Michael Beanland decided to open Beanland Heating and Cooling in February with the hope of serving the Tipton area's needs.

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John Schneider Uses Electric Skills with 1st Choice Electric

While helping his uncle in grade school, John Schneider found he had a knack for electric work.

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New recycling trailer placed in California

Boonslick Industries, Inc. (BII) of Boonville and the City of California are pleased to announce the placement of a new recycling trailer for the collection of household and food containers made from various recyclable materials.