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Readers will find quality, trustworthy and unbiased journalism, graphic-driven storytelling and a variety of information to help understand, discover and participate in their community. Regular content will include businesses opening, closing or relocating; events and things to do; updates on street construction and traffic; local government decisions; profiles on businesses; real estate trends; and how to volunteer and participate.
Jefferson City schools Superintendent Larry Linthacum will be at the Miller Performing Arts Center atrium for "Coffee with Larry" on the first Friday of each month from 7-8 a.m. Dr. Linthacum will have a presentation and will take questions from the audience. Everyone is invited.
Porter Union, led by husband and wife, Cole Michael Porter and Kendra Porter, is the result of the two old souls spending the better part of the last decade traveling the country together to play their music everywhere from the dive bars and honky tonks to festivals and theaters. When you hear the story of Cole and Kendra meeting in a hometown bar, falling in love while writing and playing together, it sounds like fairy tale built by corporate music row. Luckily, that’s where the compari…
Join us for a unique presentation by Dr. Greg Renner and Carolyn McDowell on the historic duck decoy factories that once operated in Jefferson City. Duck decoys made here by Hayes and Gundelfinger have become valuable collectibles throughout the country.
Jefferson City Jaycees and JC Parks are co-sponsoring the 33rd Annual Easter Egg Hunt at Memorial Park. This special event will be open to children up to 9 years old. Children will be divided into age groups and the park will be divided into four sections. Children will begin their hunt at 11:00am. Parents will not be allowed in the hunting area except for the 3 and under area. All proceeds go to benefit other community projects in Jefferson City.
Capital City Productions is thrilled to announce the securing of the rights to “Bonnie & Clyde - The Musical.”