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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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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
Add speed dating to ways to meet candidates

If you'd like to get to know candidates for statewide office a little better, you might try "speed dating" them. Faith Voices of Jefferson City, the League of Women Voters and Jefferson City Area Indivisible will host a Speed Date with Candidates event Tuesday night.

JC man charged with assault, possession of meth

A Jefferson City man has been charged with second-degree domestic assault and possession of methamphetamine - both felonies - after police responded Monday night to a report of a woman screaming for help. Jefferson City Police Department officers responded to the residence of Robert E. Schraer, 32, at about 10:30 p.m. Monday after receiving a call from neighbors, according to a JCPD probable cause statement.

Our Opinion: Honoring our 'First Lady of Patriotism'

On Thursday, Jefferson City honored the late Lorraine Adkins with a monument fitting for our city's "First Lady of Patriotism." Adkins was the wife of Pete Adkins, who was most known for his success as the JCHS football coach, but also was a World War II veteran.

Sen. Claire McCaskill Slams Prez Trump On Family Separation Border Crackdown

Back in January she crossed party lines to avoid a government shut down for the "dreamers" but as political winds shift . . . She's now taking aim at the Prez Trump administration for an unpopular tactic.

Crews removing parts of leaning wall

An operator for Sam Gaines Construction uses the jackhammer attachment to make holes in the concrete retaining wall in the 600 block of Monroe Street. After carefully monitoring movement of the retaining wall on the west side of the street, city staff decided it would be safer to have it removed.

Democratic ad slams Hawley over allegations against donor

In a Friday, May 25, 2018 file photo, Missouri Attorney General and Republican U.S. Senate candidate Josh Hawley takes questions from the media after touring the POET Biorefining ethanol plant, in Macon, Mo. A Democratic political action committee is targeting Hawley over allegations of corruption by a past top donor, although Hawley's authority to take action against the donor is limited.

Council approves first short-term rentals for Capital City

Lois Hogan owns the building at 530 E. High St., shown here in September 2017, that is used for temporary stays and can be booked online. It has rooms that can be rented for a few days, a week, month or several months, depending on your needs.

Parson names Jefferson City senator as lieutenant governor

Gov. Mike Parson listens to a presentation at the University of Missouri-Columbia on Wednesday during a statewide tour. Senate Majority Floor Leader Mike Kehoe, R-Jefferson City, is seated to the left.

Missouri Senator Roy Blunt Discusses Tax Cut and Labor Shortage Concerns

Missouri Senator Roy Blunt says the United States is in a "dynamic moment" in our economy. Blunt, who serves on the Senate Commerce Committee, says the "Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017" has allowed numerous Missouri companies to reinvest in their workforce with bonuses and higher wages: Blunt spoke at a recent business roundtable in Jefferson City.

Jefferson City to receive new federal incentives

Investors in portions of Jefferson City could receive federal tax credits after three census tracts were selected as opportunity zones. Opportunity zones are low-income areas with slow job growth that will receive tax incentives to encourage long-term economic investment and job growth.

Republicans weigh in on House District 60 race

The Republican candidate for the Missouri House of Representatives District 60 seat will be chosen from three contenders with familiar names. Voters will decide between Jane Beetem, a 35-year resident of Jefferson City; Dave Griffith, a 32-year resident; and Pat Rowe Kerr, a 40-year resident.

Cosmo Field to be renamed to honor late Jefferson City pillar

The Parks and Recreation Commission approved renaming Cosmo Field to Vogel Field in honor of Carl Vogel, former Missouri representative and senator. The field is currently being renovated and will have a new backstop, dugouts, playing surface and batting cages.

Whimsical, relaxing and lush gardens on display

Dozens of bees and pollinators flock this butterfly garden at one upcoming Bittersweet Garden Tour stop. "We have a running list of people that have been on Garden of the Month, people who have been recommended to club members, homeowners who have volunteered to show their gardens," said Jacki Johnson, co-chair of the 19th annual Bittersweet Garden Tour, which will be held from noon-4 p.m. June 24. "We don't want to have all big gardens.

3 seek Democrat nomination for 6th District Senate seat

Three Mid-Missouri Democrats want to be their party's candidate for the 6th District state Senate seat now held by Mike Kehoe, R-Jefferson City. State Rep. Mike Bernskoetter, R-Jefferson City, is the only Republican who filed to succeed Kehoe in representing the seven-county district.

City commission works toward raising LGBT score

FILE: The Human Relations Commission held its first meeting in January since it was recently resurrected and saw a good turnout of councilpersons and some from the community at large. A few of the commission members are, from right, Patsy Johnson, Kennette Goodman, Raymond Lee and at left are Makele Ndessokia, Mitchell Woodrum and Jane Barnes.

The 'Fight' Phase of the Poor People's Campaign Has Begun

Poor People's Campaign activists in Jefferson City, Mo. Since the movment began in Washington, D.C., on May 14, over 2,000 participants have a a been arrested and thousands have a protested a as part of the most expansive wave of nonviolent direct action in U.S. history.a Immediately after the news of celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain's suicide, social media feeds exploded with advice for those suffering from depression, for those who have family or friends who may need help but are unable to ask for it.

City to remove leaning Monroe Street retaining wall

Emil Lippe/News Tribune A driver makes their way down Monroe Street past the retaining wall between Highway 50 and Dunklin Street on Thursday, June 14, 2018. The retaining wall leans out about 2.5 feet.

Greenway to be featured in St. Mary's project

As part of the old St. Mary's Hospital redevelopment, Jefferson City and developer F&F Development will work together to extend the greenway trail system along one side of the property. The Jefferson City Public Works and Planning Committee approved a development agreement with F&F Development on Thursday.

Photo Gallery: June 14 Thursday Night Live

Emil Lippe/News Tribune Hunter Mahon of The Grand Cafe hands off a wing to an attendee during Thursday Night Live: Wingfest in downtown Jefferson City on Thursday, June 14, 2018. The employees had to make due without a tent after it broke due to weather earlier in the day.

Holts Summit appoints 2 to new positions

The Holts Summit Board of Aldermen named Hanna Lechner as the new city clerk and Anji Gandhi as the assistant prosecuting attorney Thursday during its monthly meeting. Lechner had served as the city's court clerk for the past several months, City Administrator Matt Harline said, and was picked from five applicants.

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