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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
LU appreciates federal spending bill

The federal spending bill President Donald Trump signed Friday includes more money for historically black colleges and universities like Lincoln University in Jefferson City. The internet news service POLITICO reported this week the bill has a $35 million increase, or 14 percent, to a program meant to help HBCUs strengthen their physical plants, financial management, academic resources and endowment-building capacity.

Tickets available for April's Festival of Faiths

For two days in April, the Jefferson City community and faith leaders will gather to improve their understanding and appreciation of different religions in Mid-Missouri. The event, held at First Presbyterian Church, 324 Madison St., and First United Methodist Church, 201 Monroe St., is open to people of all faiths.

Jefferson City Community Concert Association to disband

Beginning as a subscription-only membership organization in 1953, the association has brought live musical performances of all styles from all over the world to Jefferson City. Association president Don Otto said the board of directors made the decision at its annual meeting in January, as the association has lost money each year for some time because of declining audiences, decreased season tickets sales and increased competition for sponsor support.

Missouri Faith Voices to celebrate MLK on 50th anniversary of his death

Missouri Faith Voices' logo is shown draped over a podium Feb. 20, 2018 during a presentation at the State Capitol. Missouri Faith Voices will host a commemoration service and march April 4 to mark the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. The 50 Year Commemoration Service is to begin at 3:30 p.m. at Second Baptist Church, 501 Monroe St. in Jefferson City, and will follow the theme, "Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community."

Jefferson City man in custody after Callaway County manhunt

Deputies responded at 9:50 a.m. Thursday to a domestic disturbance on County Road 4016 near Holts Summit, according to Callaway County Sheriff's Department reports. The suspect, identified as a 33-year-old man from Jefferson City, was alleged to have assaulted multiple people and subsequently stole a vehicle.

Callaway County deputies arrest suspect after crash, manhunt near Holts Summit

Deputies said they initially responded to a domestic disturbance on County Road 4016. Officers learned that the suspect, a 33-year-old Jefferson City man, was accused of assaulting multiple people and had stolen a car.

John Galbraith Trio wins third round of Bands Battle 4 the Badges

Collin Krabbe/News Tribune John Gilbraith, of the John Gilbraith Trio, sings during Battle 4 the Badges on Saturday at The Bridge in Jefferson City. The event was hosted by Safety Net, an orgnization providing resources to the families of first responders lost in the line of duty.

Parks commission looks at Community Park upgrades

Shannon Gordon of Landwork Studio delivers a presentation on the Jefferson City Parks and Recreation Department's master plan, which outlines goals to improve the city parks system during the next 10-20 years. The Jefferson City Parks and Recreation Commission analyzed the parks master plan's top 10 priority projects during a work session Wednesday.

Michael files as Democrat for 60th House District

Sara Michael, a Jefferson City attorney, filed Wednesday as a candidate for the Missouri House of Representatives 60th District seat currently held by state Rep. Jay Barnes, who is term limited. Michael is a managing partner at the Carver & Michael law firm, since 2009, and previously was a managing member at the Hendren & Andrae law firm.

JC man found guilty in sexual assault case

A Cole County jury found a Jefferson City man guilty following a second trial in a sexual assault case that dates back to April 2015. Kevin Struempf, 33, is charged with two counts of first-degree statutory sodomy.

St. Louis Is Fighting TIF Reform in Jefferson City. That's BS

Last week, the Missouri House of Representatives debated a bill that would provide meaningful reform to tax incentive financing deals across the state - increasing transparency on the tax breaks given to developers and empowering local school districts to have a say in the TIF process.

Missouri senator who called for Trump assassination running for seat in House

Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal apologized again on Sunday, Aug. 20, 2017, at the Wellspring Church in Ferguson for the remark she made about President Trump online, hoping that Trump would be assassinated. Photo by J.B. Forbes, jforbes@post-dispatch.com Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal apologized again on Sunday, Aug. 20, 2017, at the Wellspring Church in Ferguson for the remark she made about President Trump online, hoping that Trump would be assassinated.

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.

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