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  1. Rally defies image of transgender 'monsters'Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | News Tribune

    At left, Cathy Serino speaks during Transgender Day of Remembrance Rally and Candlelight Vigil on Sunday at the Capitol. The event was the remember the 26 transgender people who were killed in Missouri over the past year.

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  2. Blair Oaks teacher recognized for leading student service to veteransRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | News Tribune

    Operation Bugle Boy's Veterans Appreciation Night earlier this month didn't exclusively honor veterans but also honored a local teacher for his involvement in efforts to serve those who served. Nathan Holtmeyer, 35, teaches government and modern war-focused classes at Blair Oaks High School.

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  3. Good tidings from a kingdom close to homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | News Tribune

    A kingdom's monarchs, warriors and other residents of lands far away and styled after a time long ago came to Jefferson City to make Christmas gifts possible for children in need, particularly after a criminal raid. The Society for Creative Anachronism's Kingdom of Calontir turned Thomas Jefferson Middle School's gym and cafeteria into a community gathering and combat competition space Saturday afternoon.

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  4. A calming presence with hoovesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | News Tribune

    Roger Crothers works with Navi, a 12-year-old formerly wild mustang rescued in April, under the Healing Horses riding program in Linn. Under owner Amy DeCramer's supervision, Crothers receives instruction on how to get the animal to trust him and follow his lead.

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  5. Parks Depart. can't own titles to landRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | News Tribune

    Emil Lippe/News Tribune A sign for Binder Park Campground sits idle at Binder Lake Park on Friday, Nov. 17, 2017. City of Jefferson Parks, Recreation and Forestry recently discovered that it is against the law for them to own land within the city, however there are mulitple plots of land that the parks department does currently own.

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  6. Multiple area wrecks cause injuriesRead the original story

    Yesterday | News Tribune

    Jerry Forsee, 47, of Centralia, was driving a 2015 Freightliner box truck westbound on U.S. 50. At 1:15 p.m., about 2 miles west of Route N, Forsee slowed down for traffic ahead, when the truck was struck in the rear by a 2008 Dodge 3500 pickup driven by Shannon Shanks, 43, of Bland. Shanks' passenger, Terri Daniels, 36, was injured, and was transported by ambulance to St. Mary's Hospital in Jefferson City.

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  7. Jefferson City resident takes journey of genealogy, discovery in Central EuropeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | News Tribune

    Swirling white clouds followed Katherine Kral as she rode to the Terezin concentration camp, as if the spirits of her Jewish ancestors were urging her onward. This was her second trip to the Czech Republic in as many years, but the first she'd walked in the footsteps of the relatives her great-grandmother left behind when she immigrated to America, just before the Holocaust began.

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  8. Avenue HQ to feature Capitol Ave. bricksRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | News Tribune

    Old red bricks that once lined East Capitol Avenue were unearthed during the reach improvement project in the area. Though workers planned to reuse the bricks to fill a parking lot, Quinten Rice with Avenue HQ saved some of them and plans to incorporate them into his business to preserve their history in Jefferson City.

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  9. 2 arrested in Tebbetts after drugs seizedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | News Tribune

    Two people were arrested Friday after Callaway County deputies executed a narcotic search warrarnt in Tebbetts, according to Sheriff Clay Chism. Tiffany Moore, 30, of Tebbetts, and Toby Wilhoit, 56, of Jefferson City, were charged after the discovery of methamphetamine, marijuana and evidence of drug use.

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  10. Getting game time key for Helias girls in JamboreeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | News Tribune

    Macy Stockman and Peyton Kusgen of Blair Oaks along with Ellie Rockers of Helias watch for the rebound on a free throw during Friday night's Jamboree at Helias. "I figured this was where we were going to be," Helias coach Alan Lepper said.

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  11. Short-handed Blair Oaks boys see positivesRead the original story

    Friday | News Tribune

    Helias put on a full-court press and it led to a 12-3 lead in the first two minutes. "We knew that they were going to play like that," Blair Oaks coach Ryan Fick said.

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  12. Jamboree shows Jays areas to improve inRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | News Tribune

    Ben Folz of Jefferson City goes up for a jump shot during a game against Father Tolton in Friday night's Jamboree at Rackers Fieldhouse. Jefferson City scored 18 points in a span of about 4 minutes against Helias, but managed just 37 in the other 31 minutes during Friday night's basketball Jamboree at Rackers Fieldhouse.

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  13. Blair Oaks girls basketball look to improveRead the original story

    Friday | News Tribune

    "We want to stay positive, we want to be better in February than we are in November," Blair Oaks coach Darren Heckman said after the Lady Falcons squared off against Jefferson City and Helias at Helias. Blair Oaks opened with a 26-19 loss to Jefferson City in the Jamboree that featured three quarters of six minutes.

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  14. New high court judge: Lawyers play important community rolesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | News Tribune

    Supreme Court Judge W. Brent Powell, right, talks with Missouri Bar Vice President Thomas Bender, of Kansas City, following Powell's address to the Bar's Fall Conference luncheon at the Capitol Plaza Hotel. Missouri's newest Supreme Court judge Friday said Missouri's lawyers play important roles in communities as well as in the legal system.

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  15. New charges filed in July assaultRead the original story

    Jul 18, 2017 | News Tribune

    Findley allegedly wrote a letter to a family member in October, asking them to convince the victim in the assault case to drop the charges against him, according to a Jefferson City Police Department probable cause statement. The letter was sent from the Cole County Jail, where he currently is awaiting court proceeding in the assault case.

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  16. Your Opinion: Happy to pay school property taxesRead the original story

    Friday Nov 17 | News Tribune

    I read with interest the letter on Thomas Ault on Nov. 15 concerning school taxes. I agree with him that taxpayers must be concerned about how the tax money is spent by the Board of Education.

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  17. Perspective: Thankful for Missourians' generosity this seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 17 | News Tribune

    With what seems was just a blink of the eye, November is in full swing, and families are setting their tables with all of the Thanksgiving fixings. Thanksgiving is the time we reflect on the blessings in our lives.

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  18. Jefferson City man charged for stealing from motor vehiclesRead the original story

    Friday Nov 17 | News Tribune

    Mark Yarbrough, 23, was charged Friday with unlawful possession of a firearm, receiving stolen property and delivery or possession of a controlled substance at the Cole County Jail. Over the course of the week, Jefferson City police have been investigating a number of thefts from unlocked motor vehicles, two of which involved the theft of firearms.

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  19. Jefferson City man charged in Thursday burglaryRead the original story

    Friday Nov 17 | News Tribune

    The break-in occurred at 3:40 a.m. in the 200 block of West Atchison Street, according to a Jefferson City Police Department probable cause statement. Some of the items taken were located later in the yard of a neighboring apartment complex.

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  20. 'We will not stop looking'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 16 | News Tribune

    Concerned friends, family and classmates gather in a prayer circle Thursday during a vigil for missing teens Zachary Johnson, 15, and Lilly Gore, 17, at the Boys & Girls Club. Both teens have been missing since Monday.

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