California Democrat Local News
A proposal for new restroom facilities was made to the California R-I School Board at its regular meeting, Wednesday, Oct. 21.
A presentation on the importance of hay quality was presented by Gene Schmitz, Thursday, Oct. 22, at the California City Hall meeting room. Schmitz, based in Benton County, is a Livestock Specialist with the University of Missouri Extension.
Mike Kelley, chair person of MRED (Moniteau County Regional Economic Development Council) announced at the meeting held on Wednesday, Oct. 21, at Burgher Haus, that a $30,000 grant has been awarded by the national USDA organization. This announcement was welcomed since the rural development grant through the state was not received, as announced at the September meeting.
Winter is looming again, and with it the possibility of extreme weather conditions in the area, it is a good idea to have cars and trucks checked out and winterized.
With winter drawing near, it is not only time to take care of pre-winter auto maintenance, it is even more important to listen to what your car or truck is saying.
“I can, you can, we can: being drug free comes in cans!”
With brunette curls, a twinkle in her eye and a cheerful attitude, 8-year-old Maelyne Cartee has returned to Russellville Elementary School.
The taxpayers of Moniteau County are getting a pretty good return on their investment in the SB40 Board.
Please make your reservation for the Annual Moniteau County Historical Society dinner now.
“How did he do that?”
75 years ago - Oct. 17. 1940 & 50 years ago - Oct. 21, 1965
During the Second World War, there emerged many interesting stories from the annals of naval history, which demonstrate the remarkable performance of the sailors who served throughout the vast, hostile waters of the Pacific, enduring unfathomable risks such as the hellish explosions delivered by aircraft.
Low humidity and dry conditions can create environment favorable to wildfires.
Ask 10 people to define “family” in 2015 and you may get 10 answers, says University of Missouri Extension family specialist David Schramm.
One of the best rewards during pumpkin season are the seeds. They taste great, can be flavored in multiple ways and are great for snacks and salad toppers.