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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
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Community policing should be considered

Jefferson City saw an increase of rapes. Nine were reported in 2016, and 16 were reported in 2017.

Honoring a beloved bus driver

A radio call from First Student to one of its bus drivers Monday afternoon returned only silence. The absence of driver John Kalina, 63, is being felt by many - including family, current and former co-workers, and the students Kalina treated as his own children.

Chili on the street

At right, Jerry Morgan of The Blue Skillet dishes up some chili Sunday for Alexzander Gage, 10, Jefferson City, at the first Steve Smart Memorial Chili Cook-off. The inaugural Steve Smart Memorial Chili Cook-off shut down the 100 block of East Dunklin street Sunday afternoon for a fundraiser to benefit Capital City Farmers Market.

Ask a Master Gardener: Fall colors, pruning roses, tree issues

The crinkled leaves, on the lower branch of this magnolia tree, are likely the result of herbicide damage. Given the leaves stayed on through the season, next year's growth will probably be OK.

Perspective: The surprisingly diverse history of Lohman

Cole County has a wonderful, diverse history. We became a county in 1820, while Missouri didn't officially become a state until 1821.

Prop D would fund roads, Highway Patrol

Some voters have expressed confusion that Proposition D on the Nov. 6 general election ballot is being promoted as providing more money for Missouri's roads and bridges - but the ballot language says the tax increase will fund "state law enforcement." Proposition D would add 10 cents to the state's current 17 cents-per-gallon tax on gasoline and diesel fuel sold in the state, with the increase phased in over a four-year period.

Expert on raising teenagers to speak at Helias

An internationally recognized expert on raising teenagers is to speak Monday at Helias Catholic High School, 1305 Swifts Highway in Jefferson City. Roy Petitfils, author of "What teens want you to know " and "God wears running shoes: Spiritual reflections for those ministering to young people," uses humor, passion and clinical and life experience to help adults connect with teenagers.

Digital Bookmobile to stop at MRRL

It's traveled more than 200,000 miles, and now the Digital Bookmobile is scheduled to make a stop in Jefferson City. The 42-foot-long traveling exhibit provides devices, internet connectivity and expert guidance to local libraries' digital collection of e-books and audio books.

WWII in the Capital City remembered through child's eyes

As he grew up in Jefferson City during World War II, the FBI investigated Walter Schroeder's family as it sought to keep track of the country's German-born residents. Schroeder, a descendant of German grandparents who lived with the family in Jefferson City, said his family likely faced discrimination during the war, but at the time, he never realized the ways authorities treated his family different from others.

Jefferson City police seeking suspect in Thursday incident

Jefferson City police are asking for help in finding a person who fled from officers Thursday night following a traffic stop. Officers conducted a traffic stop around 9:40 p.m. Thursday in the 900 block of Fairgrounds Road; and the driver, Bryce Efford, was found to have a revoked license, according to police reports.

Food Bank sets up city's 4th mobile pantry site

Julie Smith/News Tribune Dec. 2016 File Photo This Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri portable pantry will make monthly visits at the Boy and Girls of Jefferson City. They made their first visit Wednesday evening, serving 144 families in the process.

Owner has until Dec. 31 to demolish collapsing building

The owner of 200 E. High St. filed a civil lawsuit against the owners of 202 E. High St. regarding who is responsible for demolition/maintenance of the buildings' shared wall. The building at 200 E. High will be demolished after the west wall partially collapsed in June due to water infiltration.

VisionArts co-owner wins award

Helen Wilbers/FULTON SUN Cindy Vann, co-owner of VisionArts EyeCare in Fulton, was selected as the first Callaway County winner of the Women Who Own It award. The award is given by the Missouri Women's Business Center, a program of Central Missouri Community Action.

Our Opinion: Be inspired by our earth

Here in Jefferson City, we have many opportunities for inspiration: the Missouri River, the Katy Trail, Runge Nature Center, our city's greenway and Binder Lake, to name a few. This week's 21st annual Earth Science Week is aimed at giving people a better understanding and appreciation for the earth sciences.

JCPD officer honored for keeping streets safe

Jefferson City police officer Shawn Dumsday, left, receives an award Wednesday during the Heroes for Heroes event at the West Ridge Event Center in Centertown. Officers from Jefferson City and surrounding counties were nominated and recognized for their work keeping impaired drivers off the roads.

Scaring up spooky festivities this Halloween season

Gerry Tritz/News Tribune fileFrom left, Tracey Searcy and Charlie Hogshooter from Gerbes West hand out candy to Aiden Kirsch, 6, and mom, Mary, at the annual Jefferson City Jaycees Trunk-or-Treat event last year at the fairgrounds. Looking for a safe place to trick-or-treat, fall festivals with a spooky twist or a haunted house thrill? Jefferson City area Halloween events are underway and continue through Oct. 31. Family Movie Night: "Hotel Transylvania 3," 6 p.m., Missouri River Regional Library, 214 Adams St. Enjoy refreshments and watch the latest in the "Hotel Transylvania" movie series in the art gallery.

Jefferson City family to accept Habitat for Humanity home tonight

The community is invited as the Triplett family purchases their River City Habitat for Humanity home at 1608 Edmonds St. The ceremony will begin with an open house at 5 p.m., followed by speakers and the family receiving keys to the home. The partnership has resulted in the construction or repair of more than 4,300 homes across the United States since 2005.

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