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Danisha Hogue (Reporter)

Phone: 573-761-0243
Danisha Hogue is a reporter for the Jefferson City News Tribune and California Democrat newspapers, covering areas in Cole, Moniteau and Miller counties including Russellville, Eugene, Centertown, Jamestown and Eldon. While attending Missouri State University, Hogue reported for local NPR affiliate KSMU and campus newspaper The Standard. After earning a bachelor's degree in print/internet journalism, she was a new media specialist for Missouri State University-West Plains. In her free time she takes care of her dog.

Charging station coming to library on trial basis

Published Apr. 24 2019

A courtesy charging station will soon be added to the Moniteau County Library.

Moniteau County Historical Society provides flower service for cemeteries

Published Apr. 24 2019

A simple request to help decorate a grave for Memorial Day from a relative who had moved hundreds of miles...

Speeches, re-enactments set at Enloe Cemetery

Published Apr. 24 2019

Area history will be recognized for the first time at the Enloe Cemetery.

Painting event shows everyone's an artist

Published Apr. 24 2019

Looking to put more art in the community, Carol Mesey began offering painting courses as a relaxing outlet for all...

Youth plant a piece of history

Published Apr. 24 2019

Appropriately on Earth Day, Moniteau County Twin City 4-H members got their hands dirty.

Second wave of surveys for Russellville residents

Published Apr. 23 2019

The city of Russellville is struggling to get residents to respond to a U.S. Census Bureau survey.

Service projects with 3MT return

Published Apr. 17 2019

Lois Dunnaway felt called to be more involved with Mid-Missouri Mission Team (3MT) service projects as a youth leader at...

Insurance cap increased in Jamestown

Published Apr. 17 2019

JAMESTOWN — The Jamestown C-1 Board of Education, by a 4-2 vote, capped the school district's contributions to staff insurance...

Reading buddies merge to motivate one another

Published Apr. 17 2019

HIGH POINT — Part of the goal of High Point R-3 is to promote fluency and peer interaction.Fourth-grade teacher Katie...

Business council affirms priorities, lauded for successes

Published Apr. 17 2019

The Moniteau County Regional Economic Development Council is moving forward on its 2019-20 priorities of creating an entrepreneurial ecosystem to...

Books delivered to area seniors

Published Apr. 17 2019

The reach of the Moniteau County Library extends far beyond the brick and mortar of the building.

Let a professional detail your car

Published Apr. 17 2019

After driving through the snow, mud and rain all winter, most vehicles could use a good scrub.Anthony Furcinite and employee...

Five tips can improve health for all ages

Published Apr. 10 2019

Being in shape means more than physical fitness.

Seniors citizens serving in Moniteau County schools

Published Apr. 10 2019

When young students are left at school, parents trust the employees in the building will continue to care for the...

Library unveils new logo

Published Apr. 3 2019

A new logo with three people-like figures popping out of an open book identifies the Moniteau County Library after board...

Vaccines provided for county K-12 schools

Published Apr. 3 2019

Each spring, the Moniteau County Health Department provides needed vaccines for incoming area eighth-graders and high school seniors.

Williams to represent Russellville's East Ward

Published Apr. 3 2019

Sharon Williams was elected Russellville East Ward alderwoman in Tuesday's municipal election. Election results show 40 residents cast ballots for...

Incumbents win Russellville school board seats

Published Apr. 3 2019

Two incumbents — James Case and Shawn Ehrhardt — will remain on the Russellville school board.

Jamestown passes sales tax increase, elects Borts mayor

Published Apr. 3 2019

Larry Borts was elected the new mayor of Jamestown with 45 votes, 51.72 percent of the total votes cast.

State considering Rock Island Trail Endowment Fund

Published Apr. 2 2019

The Missouri Legislature is moving forward on an endowment fund for the proposed Rock Island Trail.The 144-mile rail corridor is...