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Located on the southern side of the Missouri River, German immigrants created vineyards in small towns on either side of the Missouri River, especially on the north from Jefferson City east to Marthasville outside St. Louis. Known as the Missouri Rhineland for its vineyards, first established by German immigrants in the mid-19th century, this area has become a part of the agricultural and tourist economy.

Population: 40771
Local Newspapers: News Tribune
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Local Colleges: Columbia College

Zip Codes associated with jefferson city, missouri: 65101 65109
Towns/Cities near jefferson city, missouri : Cedar City St Martins Wardsville Taos Lohman Westphalia Holts Summit

Jefferson City News
Pair of bills would ban foreign ownership of agricultural land

Family farmers packed a House hearing room to testify in favor of two bills banning foreign ownership of agricultural land, at one point unspooling three rolls of signatures on a petition supporting the bill across the hearing room and out the door. The bills would reverse the legislature's 2013 move to allow up to 1 percent of Missouri's agricultural land to be foreign-owned.

Early bird gets the bookworm

Ashley Stiefermann, left, Nikki Bateman and Lisa Otto, all Missouri River Regional Library employees, move boxes of books for the annual sale that begins Wednesday at the Knights of Columbus Hall in St. Martins. More than 3,300 boxes of books will be delivered to the hall to be displayed for the public to purchase.

Special legislative committee investigating Greitens continues closed meetings

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - The seven members of the special legislative committee investigating allegations of blackmail against Gov. Eric Greitens had its third closed meeting at the Jefferson City Police Department Friday.

BizBeat: Socket retail office closing

The company announced Friday and it's closing the office but plans to invest further in an expansion of its fiber-optic network throughout Jefferson City. Socket began an expansion of its fiber-optic network in Jefferson City late last year.

Sedalia native moves to Jefferson City via South Korea

However, in 2010, as the United States' recovery from the Great Recession started to gain steam, newlyweds Natalie and Kenney Newville graduated from Missouri Western State University and began searching for jobs. "It's amazing, and it's something that we joke about," Natalie Newville said.

Capital Region stroke center receives Level 2 rating

The certification means the hospital, located at 319 Madison St. in Jefferson City, provides a high level of care to a great number of trauma, stroke and heart attacks in which one of the heart's major arteries is blocked . Calvaruso said there are four designations for hospitals in Missouri.

Ethics Commission work screeches to a halt

Three members of Missouri's six-member Ethics Commission - including Bill Deeken, of Jefferson City, a former state representative and former Cole County Clerk - end their four-year terms Thursday. Gov. Eric Greitens has not submitted nominations for their successors, making the commission powerless to take any actions as of the end of this week.

Once a selling point, Greitens' charity now under microscope

Eric Greitens announces his candidacy into the 2016 race for Missouri governor on Saturday, Sept. 26, 2015 at Westport Plaza in Maryland Heights.

MU students, staff rally in Jefferson City against cuts to higher education

Maren Bell Jones, a veterinarian who studied at MU for 11 years, protests Saturday in front of the Missouri Governor's Mansion. Jones is a candidate for Missouri House of Representatives District 44. "I am sick and tired of budget cuts to higher education while huge corporations get tax breaks," she said.

2 seek spots on Blair Oaks board

The Blair Oaks R-2 School District is not actually having an election for its Board of Education this April. Two incumbents ran unopposed, so the district isn't statutorily required to have a vote.

City staff continues monitoring traffic, parking downtown

A minivan prepares to turn right onto Broadway Street off of West Main Street on Wednesday, March 7, 2018. Temporary road blocks were put into place preventing drivers from taking West Capitol Avenue.

Safety: Job No. 1?

Collin Krabbe/News Tribune Gabriella Weilert prepares to put a stack of booklets into a shrink wrapping machine at Modern Litho on Wednesday in Jefferson City. The company's Director of Safety, Andrew Millard, said that making sure employees understand safety procedures is a constant concern.

Holts Summit plans multimillion dollar sewer project

Holts Summit is planning a multi-million dollar project to reconfigure the city's sewer system and send all wastewater to Jefferson City for treatment, likely being finished by the end of next year. City Administrator Rick Hess said 3.5-5 miles of new piping would be added in the $5 million-$6 million project and take about 18 months to complete.

Wanted Jefferson City man arrested

Mathew J. Hoppe, 43, was arrested on outstanding warrants from Boone, Cole and Cooper counties. Additionally, he faces charges of distribution of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana, possession of a controlled substance, tampering with physical evidence, driving while revoked and unlawful use of drug paraphernalia.

March 10 Crash Reports

Tyler R. Cant, 31, of Pleasant Hill, was driving north on County Line Road south of Northwest 500th Road when he traveled off the roadway and struck a ditch, according to a Missouri State Highway Patrol report. His vehicle then rolled over and came to a rest on its wheels.

School choice initiatives could harm small districts

Dr. Jerrod Wheeler isn't the type to sit back and see what happens. His take-charge mindset could be the catalyst that protects Knob Noster Public Schools and other districts in the face of federal and state officials playing a shell game with education funding.

Elementary students win prizes for art

Breyanna McNeese, 11, right, receives a hug from her sister Brandy McNeese, 12, Friday after she won first place in the Boys & Girls Club Black History Month Portrait contest at the Boys & Girls Club. Six hundred dollars in prize money was up for grabs when more than 100 elementary school students from across Jefferson City submitted entries for U.S. Cellular's 2018 Black History Month Art Contest.

Salute to America to relocate due to Capitol work

The Red, White and Boom fireworks show lights up the sky over downtown during the 2015 Salute to America celebration. Salute to America festivities will move to a new location for the next three years because of ongoing renovations at the Capitol, organizers acknowledged Friday.

In third meeting, panel hears from man who released Greitens recording

Attorney Albert Watkins, who represents the man who released stunning audio concerning Gov. Eric Greitens, speaks with reporters outside the Jefferson City Police Department on March 9, 2018. Photo by Jack Suntrup.

Jefferson City man gets 3 years for assault

A Jefferson City man was sentenced to three years in prison after pleading guilty to charges in connection with an assault that occurred July 4, 2017. Cole County Senior Judge Richard Callahan ordered that Findley's sentenced run concurrent with all other sentences against him and that he be given credit for time served.

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