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The City of California Board of Aldermen approved the tax levy rate during special council meeting on Monday, Aug. 11, following a Public Hearing on the matter.
One driver was seriously injured in a collision which occurred about 9:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 11, in Moniteau County on Highway 50 eight-tenths of a mile west of Claas Crossing Drive.
At the Kiwanis Ham Breakfast Saturday morning, prize-winning cured hams and bacon were auctioned.
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MU Program helps hungry Missourians feed themselves new program offers seed packets, instruction on growing and storing healthy foods
In 2012, 17.6 million U.S. households experienced food insecurity, meaning that their access to adequate foods was limited by lack of money and other resources, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). Missouri is ranked seventh in the nation in food insecurity and has the fifth highest rate of child food insecurity in the country. Now, Grow Well Missouri, a project of the Interdisciplinary Center for Food Security (ICFS) in the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources at the University of Missouri, is helping food pantries provide more food to their clients by offering vegetable seed packets and gardening advice to people who visit food pantries for assistance.
Wednesday was declared SB40 Board Fair Day
The Finke Theatre opens its 2014/2015 season Saturday, Sept. 6.
Hunter discovers unknown body in Moniteau County
It was a pleasant evening for those who turned out for the Moniteau County Fair Vespers Service Sunday evening, Aug. 3, at the Fairgrounds Main Arena presented by the California Ministerial Alliance.
The difference between science and magic was explained by presenter “Rocketman Nate” Thursday, July 31, at two special Mad Science presentations sponsored by Moniteau County Library at Wood Place. The events were held at the California U.C.C. friendship hall. This division of Mad Science is based in Kansas City and can be reached at www.madscience.org. The contact is Kinetic Kathy.
The City of California Board of Aldermen, at its regular meeting Monday, Aug. 4, discussed the “Welcome to California” sign to be placed along Highway 50.
From voting on Aug. 5, 2014
Results from Aug. 5, 2014 voting on primary contests and ballot issues.
The Prairie Home R-V Board of Education met Wednesday, July 16, for regular session. Old business items discussed included the plan to pour the foundation for a bus barn with help from the community, which means finding a time when everyone can be brought together to do it. Also discussed was the new driveway entrances.
California’s market began April 25 as a part of the California Historic District’s revitalization program.
The Missouri State Fair’s public campgrounds will open by 9 a.m. this Thursday. The 60-acre facility is adjacent to the Fairgrounds on Clarendon Road, which makes camping a convenient and affordable way for visitors to enjoy the State Fair for multiple days.