Stories by Paula
Staff for life lands in California Tuesday afternoon.
The California Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner will be held Saturday, Jan. 24, at Centennial Hall-Upper Level.
The 2015 First Baby of Moniteau County Contest continues.
High Point R-III students presented “Christmas Carol Request Live” Thursday, Dec. 18, at 6:30 p.m. for friends and family gathered in the gym.
The California Area Chamber of Commerce met for its monthly board meeting, Thursday, Dec. 11, in the California City Hall meeting room.
California area residents took the challenge very seriously this year according to Nancy Schatzer organizer of Pack the Bus for Buddy Packs. Residents turned out with giving hearts Dec. 9-11 and made very generous donations to help fight hunger in California schools.
The Moniteau County Library at Wood Place was one of 15 libraries in Missouri to be selected by the Missouri State Library to receive a LEGO toolkit, a great honor considering there are 165 libraries to choose from.
Inspired Designs was a buzz Saturday, Dec. 6, during Christmas California Style.
Jo Winkler and daughter Julie Bolinger hosted a Christmas open house in conjunction with Christmas California Style Saturday, Dec. 6, in California.
The ladies of the United Methodist Church, California, had a very successful cookie sale Saturday, Dec. 6, at the church fellowship hall.
Healea charged with four counts of felony second degree assault.
Attorney General Chris Koster has assigned Assistant Attorney General Julie Tolle as the special prosecutor in the criminal case against Moniteau County Prosecutor Shayne Healea, who was arrested Oct. 25 on suspicion of felonies after an incident that left four people injured at a Columbia restaurant.
“Jump Rope for the Heart teaches students to take care of their hearts while they experiences the joy of giving back to their community,” according to physical education teacher Jill Hampton.
The California High School varsity and JV cross country teams competed with 18 other schools at the Fatima Invitational Saturday in Westphalia.
The Jamestown Lady Eagles softball team lost to Canton Saturday in the Class 1 Quarterfinals at Hickman High School, Columbia.
The Class 1 State Golf Championship were held Oct. 13-14 at Rivergate Golf Course in Springfield where the California’s Lady Pintos finished in eighth place overall with 417-404 for 821.
California Elementary School hosted Donuts with Dads, which is a special breakfast for a student and male role model, Friday, Oct. 10.
Families went to McDonalds in California Tuesday night with children all a buzz with excitement.
Janet Henley, California High School Librarian, and three students gave a presentation on how businesses can assist them win up to $100,000.
California Elementary School hosted Muffins for Mom, a special breakfast for an elementary student and their mother, aunt, grandmother or any female role model, Wednesday, Oct. 1, from 7 - 8 a.m.
Friday Night is Homecoming in California
Jaden Barr and Drew Norton were on Friday night as the California Pintos put a damper on Homecoming for the Southern Boone Eagles.
Ozark Ham and Turkey Bingo
Special activities for children ages 10 and under
The California Elementary second grade classes of Nancy Abernathy, Jennifer Cain, Jennifer Dampf, Sarah Hays and Rhiannon Kendrick walked to California’s City Hall at 10 a.m., Friday, Sept. 19. The weather cooperated as it was a gorgeous day for the outing. California City Police also assisted the students as they made their way by blocking streets as they passed.
Fisher and Combs win Diaper Derby
The annual barbecue pork steak cook off with amateurs and professionals, began at 11 a.m., Saturday, Sept. 20, downtown in the Commerce Bank parking lot.
Friday, Sept. 12, the High Point R-III School opened its doors to the grandparents of its students. A very large number was in attendance.
Brad Baer, Ozark Ham and Turkey Festival chairman, stated the committee met Tuesday, Sept. 2. Festival t-shirts are available for $15 each.
Excitement filled the air at High Point R-III school as classes began Thursday, Aug. 14, with Stan Elliott at the helm as administrator.
Natalie Roark, District Design Engineer and Trent Brooks, Traffic Engineer for MoDOT spoke about Constitutional Amendment 7 to be voted on Aug. 5.
Mr. G’s has been owned and operated by Norris and Lesley Gerhart since Sept. 15, 1979. They are located at 306 W. Buchanan, California.
Smoke engulfs home at 302 S. Hodges
Prairie Home R-V suffers extensive damage from storm
Wednesday, May 28, children gathered at the Moniteau County Library @ Wood Place to begin the summer reading progr
When I asked Cathy Kliethermes how many children she had she replied, “approximately 600!!!”
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Family fun night at High Point R-III
High Point students enjoy old fashion fun
Bond Pharmacy celebrates 25 years
Oliver recovering from ankle surgery
Dutch Bakery celebrates 27th anniversary in new building
Calvin Gerlach started out working for Thriftway in 1952 as a "carry-out boy" he later became manager for three years before purchasing the store in 1972 from Tom James.
Families attend McTeacher Night to support elementary teachers
Moniteau County Ready Mix ready to serve the community
Students participate in Science Fair
California Area Chamber of Commerce makes plans for the season
Fire on Forest Street started with refrigerator
St. Paul's Lutheran Church hosts blood drive