California Democrat Local News
RUSSELLVILLE - After a disappointing opening quarter in Saturday’s game against Vienna, Russellville girls basketball coach David Volkart gave his squad a “motivating” pep talk.
With another memorable football season in the books, California players, coaches and parents gathered Sunday afternoon at the high school to recognize the great moments from 2014.
A routine basketball play turned into Kamryn Koetting’s worst nightmare.
Bonnie Aaron didn’t know what to think when she noticed her daughter Tiffany becoming agitated and sweating profusely while on a family vacation in Cancun, Mexico.
Deadline for entries is Jan. 23
Veteran applies Air Force lessons in educational setting
In a special event at the Moniteau County Courthouse on Wednesday, Dec. 31, county officials who were elected in November were sworn in for four-year terms.
The Moniteau County Library at Wood Place was one of 15 libraries in the state selected out of 165 by the Missouri State Library to receive a LEGO toolkit, containing more than 10,000 of the bricks and an activity guide.
At the regular monthly meeting of the City of California Board of Aldermen on Jan. 5, Recreation Supervisor Jim Deeken reported the California Elementary students will be using the municipal swimming pool for the next eight weeks. Beginning, Tuesday, Jan. 6, first through fifth graders will go to the pool during their physical education classes.
The 2015 First Baby of Moniteau County Contest continues.
Lincoln University of Missouri is pleased to release the names of students who qualified for the Fall 2014 Dean’s List.
December 2014 was a busy month for Bruce Rosenmiller and Bryce Rosenmiller, 13. Father and son took on the task of recycling unwanted bicycles in their shop in the hope of blessing others.
With a 50-50 chance to get it right - or wrong - calling out a name is worth a shot: Drew, Dylan,
To help get 2015 started on a positive note, the Democrat will introduce a new, weekly feature that allows community members to become directly involved with the paper’s sports coverage.
The California girls basketball team continued its upward trend Monday night, putting together another solid performance with a 53-38 victory over Centralia at the MRMC Shootout at Moberly Area Community College.