Stories by Paula
California Fire Department kept busy on Wednesday
The graphic featuring the 1953 California Fire Truck will be used as a theme for the Ozark Ham and Turkery Festival
Summer programs underway at Wood Place
Dettenwanger and Elley win prizes from H&R Block
Elvis pays visit to Moniteau Care Center
Aurora Montessori School holds graduation
Golf Tournament on tap for June 12
High Point R-III eighth graders perform play at banquet
Baccalaureate held at RHS Sunday
High Point R-III hosts spring concert
National Nursing Home Week celebrated at Moniteau Care Cener
Westbrooks-Taylor leaves High Point after 10 year tenure
Annual National Day of Prayer Observed at Moniteau County Courthouse
April 24, a vehicle driven by Jeffrey Todd Gabert, stopped on East North Street, backed up and struck a car driven by Noel Kent Summey.
High Point R-III Students make the grade
Burger wins C.Y.C.L.E trip
California Area Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament slated for June 12
High Point 3rd and 4th grade students step back in history
Use Tax to assist California to get their piece of the pie
See this week's Democrat for pictures
Students raise funds form American Heart Association
Amanda Barbour joins High Point R-III as new cook
What did you do during the snow days from school?
Lady Pintos to play Lady Falcons for District title SUNDAY at 3:30 p.m.
Glasgow will play Prairie Home at 6 p.m. Thursday in the semifinal round and Community will play Chamois at 7:30 p.m. (weather permitting)
Easter Egg Hunt Scheduled for March 16th
Annual dinner open to everyone, come help honor the California Firefighters
The California Area Chamber of Commerce met for its monthly meeting Thursday, Dec. 13, at the City Hall meeting room.
Church totally destroyed
Decorate for Christmas
Chamber votes to assist Historical Society
Kiwanis makes coat contribution to elementary school students
Annual Christmas Parade and Santa's Visit
Christmas events planned
SYATP held in at Russellville High School
School Bell returns to Russellville High School
A+ Program going strong in Russellville
Christmas will come early in California this year
Inclement weather did not stop the walkers/runners at High Point Saturday
Bluegrass Gospel Jam Music Night will be held at Centertown Baptist Church on Sunday afternoon, Aug. 26, at 4:30 p.m.
GED classes to be held at Library
The seventh annual Russellville Engine Show and Frog Leg Festival was held in Russellville. Many competitions were held along with good entertainment and tons of visiting.
The Russellville High School 2012 graduating class Baccalaureate services were held in the school gym, Sunday, May 13, with the assistance of the Russellville Ministerial Alliance.
The California Democrat staff apologizes for the mistake in our classified section this week.