News for Wednesday, May 4, 2016
Patricia Kay Interiors is changing its business emphasis. According to owner Patty Kay, the emphasis of the business will return to her interior design services. The gift shop is closed as of the end of April.
Lawmakers are being asked to add a third circuit judge to the 26th circuit, one of several that contains five counties. It covers Moniteau, Morgan, Miller, Camden and Laclede counties.
For the past seven years, the first Saturday in May has brought the people of Jamestown and its surrounding areas together for the Lance Corporal Leon Deraps USMC Memorial Walk/Run.
The traffic problems on Latham Road have been discussed at every meeting of the California Board of Aldermen for several months.
The 2016 National Day of Prayer theme is “Wake Up America,” based on Isaiah 58:1 — “Shout it aloud, do not hold back. Raise your voice like a trumpet.”
The California boys golf season came to an end on Monday afternoon as the team shot a 410 to finish sixth out of 10 schools at the Class 2 District 4 meet at Eagle Knoll Golf Course.
This year’s edition of the Russellville Round Robin featuring host Russellville, School of Osage, Jamestown and Plato was essentially wiped out by Friday night’s downpour.
Four first-place finishes from Mickayla Strother powered the Jamestown girls track team to a title on Wednesday night at the CCAA Conference meet.
With a glut of away games to close its regular season, California is getting used to life on the road. In a week where they had four games, the Pintos went 2-2, highlighted by a pair of wins at Columbia American Legion Park on Saturday afternoon.
In winning the Class 1 District 2 golf tournament at Redfield Golf and Country Club, the Tipton boys team turned in quite the performance on Monday morning.