California Democrat Local News
Test results show no further spread of avian influenza.
Voter turnout for the municipal election in Moniteau County Tuesday, April 7, was low, less than 19 percent, with 1,577 of the 8,322 voters people showing up at the voting booths.
We are looking for families to put together a five member team. If you are interested in participating, call Connie at the library at 573-796-2642 for more information. Questions asked during the games will be from surveys taken from library patrons.
The Moniteau County Health Center Board of trustees meeting was held March 16, in the health center meeting room. Present were Don Wyss, Eileen Crawford, Pam Monroe, Dr. James Canter, Norma Blankenship and Administrator Andrea Kincaid.
The April meeting of the Moniteau County Historical Society will be held Monday, April 13, at the Cultural Heritage Center. The meeting begins at 7:30 p.m.
Recipients to be recognized at State FFA Convention in April
New Rules for Coyotes Hunting
Nearly 50 children and adults turned out for the Annual Community Easter Egg Hunt that was held at the Prairie Home United Methodist Church on Saturday.
Don’t be fooled by Susan Bell’s calm demeanor, there’s an adventurer inside.
“Back to Nature” was the theme of the 11th annual Mid-Mo Women in Agriculture Conference which drew about 225 people to the California High School on Business 50, Thursday, April 2.
Recognition was given to poster contest winners, area residents, employees and board members at the Moniteau County Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) annual Appreciation and Awards Banquet Thursday, March 26, at the California United Church of Christ fellowship hall.
A lengthy agenda was set for the City of California Board of Aldermen Monday, April 6, for its regular monthly meeting.
Adam Bieri, the 2014 Educator of the Year, has been teaching Agricultural education for 13 years, having taught both at Russellville and California schools.
Carla Knipp was recognized for being selected as the 2014 State Educator of the year on Dec. 11, 2014, at the State MASWCD Annual Conference. This recognition was given at the Thursday, March 26, annual meeting of the Moniteau County Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD).
Robin Dale and Margaret Bilyeu bought the original 25 acres of their farm in 1973. He was a full-time Missouri Department of Transportation employee and farming. After retiring in 1999, he increased the farming.