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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
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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
Perspective: The unique history of Russellville

Let's step back in history to March 3, 1820, when the Missouri Compromise was passed by Congress. Missouri joined the Union as a slave state, while Maine was admitted as a free state.

Shooting suspect captured in Jefferson City

Devin McKie, who was wanted by Miller County authorities on suspicion of shooting two people on Friday night, is now in custody, according to the Jefferson City Police Department. On Saturday evening, JCPD received a call about the subject being at the Capitol Mall.

Boonville port has become focal point of talk about proposed Jefferson City port

On the banks of the Missouri River near Boonville, the Port of Howard/Cooper County looks like a place passed by time. Less than a third of an acre in size, two rusting grain storage bins sit next to an aging dock.

Fulton sex offender indicted

A prior sex offender residing in Fulton has been indicted by a federal grand jury for attempting to entice a minor to engage in illegal sexual activity. Michael James Collins, 21, was charged in a three-count indictment returned by a federalgrand jury Thursday in Jefferson City.

Cole County jury awards Missouri prison guards $113 million in back pay

Lawyer Gary Burger is flanked by two correctional officer clients, Tim Huff and Dan Dicus, who were among current and former prison guards who were awarded $113.7 million by a Cole County jury Wednesday for unpaid work they did before and after their shift began. Lawyer Gary Burger is flanked by two clients, Correctional Officer Tim Huff, lawyer Garry Burger, Correctional Officer Dan Dicus and lawyer Michael Flannery after a Cole County jury awarded $113.7 million to current and former prison guards for unpaid work they did before and after their shift began.

Sober driving campaign underway

From now through Sept. 3, Jefferson City police will join other law enforcement agencies across Missouri in searching for drunk drivers to get them off the roads.

Community leaders seek housing solutions for low-income people

In anticipation of federal funds, local community leaders told city staff Friday they want more programs to help low-income people in Jefferson City, especially in regards to housing. The city held a stakeholders' meeting Friday to discuss the Community Development Block Grant Consolidated Plan for 2019-23.

Missouri State Fair Fire Department a tradition of service

Missouri State Fair Fire Department volunteers wash a donated truck from Osage Beach. Volunteers come from across the state to serve at the state fair for its 11-day run.

Perspective: Congress is working to assist you

When we think of Congress, we often picture laws being crafted in the Capitol or Congressmen visiting local Missouri businesses and meeting with families around the district. While those are certainly some of my top priorities, my office offers assistance and provides many other opportunities not necessarily widely known.

Parks Commission OKs keeping $1M for master plan

To better serve the community and improve the park system, the Jefferson City Parks and Recreation Commission approved keeping more than $1 million in its 2019 budget to help fund projects in the parks master plan. During a special meeting Thursday, the commission approved labeling the $1,060,000 debt service payment as a "master plan implementation" line item in the budget.

Parson ousts Missouri's top cop

Drew Juden, police chief of Sikeston and newly-named director of public safety under Governor-elect Eric Greitens, gives a speech at a press conference at Zisser Tire and Auto in Dellwood on Monday, Jan. 2, 2017. Photo by Cristina M. Fletes, cfletes@post-dispatch.com Drew Juden, police chief of Sikeston and newly-named director of public safety under Governor-elect Eric Greitens, gives a speech at a press conference at Zisser Tire and Auto in Dellwood on Monday, Jan. 2, 2017.

Missouri auditor candidate faces questions over eligibility

A Missouri candidate who recently claimed a surprise victory in the Republican primary for state auditor is now facing questions about if she's lived in the state long enough to be eligible to run. The state Constitution outlines that an auditor must have been a Missouri resident for 10 years at the time of election.

Fulton man indicted on child sex crime charges

A federal grand jury has indicted a sex offender living in Fulton on accusations that he tried to entice a child into illegal sexual activity. Michael Collins, 21, was charged Thursday in federal court in Jefferson City with three counts: attempting to entice a minor under the age of 14 to engage in illegal sexual activity, transporting a minor under the age of 14 across state lines to engage in sexual activity and committing those felonies as a convicted sex offender, the U.S. attorney for the Western District of Missouri said in a news release.

JCPS: All smooth on the first day of school

Jefferson City High School students head to the line of buses waiting in the loading zone Thursday on Lafayette Street at the conclusion of the first day of school. Jefferson City Public Schools reported late Thursday afternoon that the first day of school went smoothly, despite renovations underway at Jefferson City High School.

Legislation, ballot issues served up at Eggs & Issues breakfast

Bills passed, bills to come and ballot issues were the topics of discussion at the annual Chamber of Commerce Eggs & Issues breakfast at the RISE Cafe Wednesday morning. At the event, sponsored by CenturyLink, State Sen. Denny Hoskins and State Reps.

Cole County jury awards Missouri prison guards $113 million in overtime suit

JEFFERSON CITY a A jury on Tuesday awarded $113.7 million to Missouri prison guards as compensation for unpaid work that they performed before and after their shifts. The class action lawsuit in Cole County Circuit Court represented 13,000 current corrections officers or those who worked at the Department of Corrections since 2007, said lead lawyer Gary Burger.

League of Women Voters supports Clean Missouri amendment

Clean Missouri spokesman Benjamin Singer, right, responds to a question as he joins members of Missouri's League of Women Voters in explaining why voters should support Amendment 1. The group held a brief press conference Wednesday in the James C. Kirkpatrick State Information Center. Passing the Clean Missouri amendment to the state Constitution "will take power away from special interests and give it back to the people," Kathleen Blankenship, of Sedalia, president of the Missouri League of Women Voters, told reporters Wednesday morning.

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