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The Missouri Governor's Mansion is one of the most well-known historic buildings in our community, and over the next few months, it is celebrating its 150th year. It has served as the official residence of Missouri's Governors since 1872 and is one of the nation's oldest continually used gov… Read More

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Jefferson City is haunted—but not by the typical ghosts and ghouls you might expect. Instead, it's haunted by the buildings that once lined our streets. These ghosts range from majestic mansions to simple family homes to public buildings to entire neighborhoods. They all played a part in our… Read More

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At the end of August the National Park Service announced Jefferson City would be awarded $675,000 through the Paul Bruhn Historic Revitalization Grant Program. This national grant program helps enable the rehabilitation of historic properties and rehabilitate, protect, and foster the economi… Read More

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As summer temperatures climbed, housing prices in Jefferson City have risen as well. Conversely, sellers are finding that their homes are on the market for an unusually short amount of time. Read More

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The March 23, 1923 edition of The Daily Capital News stated, “The people of Jefferson City are proud of their church organizations and their pastors because their present standing is a result of the work of the leaders in the community for almost a hundred years. Being located in the Capital… Read More