California Democrat Local News
Eric Moore, pastor of California United Methodist Church, came to California in July of 2012, as he put it, “suddenly and unexpectedly single.”
There are very few big plans for Father’s Day for Richard “Dick” Spieler. But this is nothing really new.
Power was out in parts of the City of California Wednesday evening , June 10, for nearly an hour.
Philip Burger is an on-the-go father. Whether it’s competitive motor biking, pistol shooting, skiing, leading in Cub Scouts or Boy Scouts, or taking his family on two-week trips in the recreation vehicle, Burger likes to be outdoors and active.
CALIFORNIA — Part of the Mid-Missouri Mission Team, high school and college-age missionaries will come to the California area to help the elderly and disabled in house keeping, yard work and just about anything else they couldn’t do for themselves.
CALIFORNIA – Battling the weather, the 15th annual American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Moniteau County was still considered a success Friday night at the Moniteau County Fairgrounds.
Each patriotic holiday, more than 100 California business or church locations are donned with an American flag for the day.
Central Methodist University has announced the athletic honors and awards for the 2014-2015 academic year. Local student-athletes honored
A Hunter Education Skills session will be held on June 27, at the California Shooters Club
Moniteau County fell one bus short of having a perfect school bus safety inspection report this spring for all six public school districts based in the county.
Night three of Sunday Night Thunder is in the books with four classes of cars and drivers competing at Double-X Speedway in California.
Independence Day of 2015 will be celebrated in California Saturday, July 4, with a parade in the morning and fireworks starting at dusk.
The nice weather and good food made the annual fundraiser barbecue of the California Fire Department a pleasant experience Saturday, June 6. The volunteer firefighters were on hand to participate, cooking and serving food at the event.
A special meeting of the City of California Board of Aldermen was held Monday, June 8. Although several topics were discussed, most of the discussion consisted of a review of the business license ordinance, with the “Welcome to California” sign discussion taking up most of the remainder of the lengthy meeting.
The beautiful sunny day on Sunday, June 7, was just about perfect for the annual Annunciation Catholic Church Picnic. The great weather, as well as fun, games and, of course, food, brought young, old, residents, non-residents, church members and non-members together for the big fundraiser held on church property and a portion of Mill Street near the church in California.