California Democrat Local News
Save the date…April 9
The last day for filing for the upcoming municipal election was Tuesday, Jan. 19, at 5 p.m.
RUSSELLVILLE — The St. Michael’s Parish Knights of Columbus hosted its annual free-throw competition Friday, Jan. 15, at the Russellville Elementary School.
Boy Scout Troop 120 traveled to Camp Hohn to participate in a Klondike Derby last weekend.
The California Kindergartners filled the seats in the California High School Auditorium with parents, friends, family and guests, Friday, Jan. 15, for Nursery Rhyme Day.
Bids for construction of a new ambulance base in California were opened Wednesday, Jan. 13, at the regular monthly meeting of the Mid-Mo Ambulance Board of Directors.
Administrator Corey Sullivan presented the 2016 budget to the 911 Emergency Dispatch Center Board of Directors at the Jan. 14 meeting.
The priorities for 2016 were presented to the Moniteau County Regional Economic Development Council (MRED) Board of Directors at the annual meeting, held at Burgher Haus, California, on Wednesday, Jan. 13. Chairman Mike Kelley also listed the accomplishments for 2015.
Tipton R-VI School Board heard a report on the bus service transition from district -owned to contracted at the regular monthly meeting, Monday, Jan. 11.
The story of King Canute, who lived from about 944 to 1035, serves as a lesson for leaders of today. Especially in regard to understanding the power of nature, and, yes, scientific understanding.
Here are school closings and weather-related announcements for Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016.
Here are weather-related announcements for Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2016.
The California Pinto Pride Marching Band returned home following a week in sunny and warm Florida. The 66 member band, under direction of Dustijn Hollon and assistant directors Stacy Davis and Erika DeMoss participated in three parades while in Florida.
The 2016 First Baby of Moniteau County Contest continues.
Moniteau Countian, Drew Dampf, will be the speaker. Dampf is on the staff of State Senate Majority Leader Mike Kehoe.