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  1. Historic Hobo Hill home earns September Golden Hammer AwardRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 16 | News Tribune

    The extensive renovations inside and out to the more than century-old home on East Miller Street have earned Aaron and Erin Clark the September 2018 Golden Hammer Award from the Historic City of Jefferson. New red brick, a renovated covered first level porch and personal touches create a welcoming space to the backside of the home at 500 E. Miller St., which the Clarks use as their main entrance.

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  2. Special Olympics facility has a lot to offer athletes, communityRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 16 | News Tribune

    Julie Smith/News Tribune Special Olympics athletes proudly carry the American flag to the pole to be raised for the first time. Special Olympics Missouri hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony Thursday at their new Training for Life campus located near the city's southern limits.

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  3. Music for all agesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 6, 2018 | News Tribune

    Bach to the Future will perform as part of the Missouri River Regional Library’s free Cultural Concert Series at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Riverside Park Amphitheater. Fusing classical music with a modern twist the musical group Bach to the Future will perform at 7:30 p.m. Friday at the Miller Performing Arts Center.

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  4. Store owner continues to takes clients after closing salonRead the original story

    Sep 1, 2018 | News Tribune

    The front of Gringo Jones Imports is pleasantly bizarre. A 17-foot multicolored giraffe statue and stone-carved knights, yetis and dragons spill out to the sidewalk, turning heads near the corner of Shaw Boulevard and Vandeventer Avenue, not far from the Missouri Botanical Garden.

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  5. New nonprofit sets sights on Jefferson City buildingRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 2, 2018 | News Tribune

    Doug Wright of Building Community Bridges talks to visitor Vanessa Khardian on Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2018, in their new space at 213 E. Ashley St. in Jefferson City. Many people may see the 10,000-square-foot structure as a tired old building, but not Doug Wright III.

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  6. New nonprofit sets sights on Jefferson City buildingRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 2, 2018 | News Tribune

    Doug Wright of Building Community Bridges talks to visitor Vanessa Khardian on Wednesday in their new space at 213 E. Ashley St. Building Community Bridges is a new nonprofit in Jefferson City. Many people may see the 10,000-square-foot structure as a tired old building, but not Doug Wright III.

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  7. Woman killed by falling concrete was prominent civic leaderRead the original story

    Jul 24, 2018 | News Tribune

    Authorities say a prominent businesswoman and the wife of a former St. Louis police chief was killed instantly when a 1-ton chunk of concrete fell from a bridge over a roadway and crushed her car. Police on Tuesday identified the victim as 58-year-old Janet Torrisi-Mokwa, the wife of former chief Joe Mokwa.

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  8. New additions, same traditionsRead the original story

    Jul 4, 2018 | News Tribune

    Salute to America had all the usual fare Wednesday from show tunes to fireworks, hot dogs to camels, and many concerts, but as day turned to dusk, a mystery hung over the grounds surrounding the state Capitol. Ongoing renovations to the Capitol forced organizers to move the stage in front of the Capitol to near the intersection of Broadway and High Street.

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  9. Helias announces it's not joining AAA starting this fallRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 23, 2018 | News Tribune

    Wrestlers from Helias compete at the beginning of Round 5 during the AAA Conference tournament Jan. 27 at Rackers Fieldhouse. In addition to Helias, Father Tolton Catholic, Lutheran: St. Charles, St. Francis Borgia, Christian, Bishop DuBourg and St. Mary's of St. Louis took part in the one-day tournament.

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  10. House investigative committee begins work todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 6, 2018 | News Tribune

    The Missouri House Special Investigative Committee on Oversight will meet at 8 a.m. today at the Jefferson City Police Department, 401 Monroe St. - but the meeting is closed to the public and press. And the rules the House approved last week by a 154-0 vote allow Chairman Jay Barnes, R-Jefferson City, to "close all or a portion of such hearings to hear the testimony of certain witnesses or review evidence."

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  11. LU presidential finalists to visit campus later this monthRead the original story

    Feb 8, 2018 | News Tribune

    However, Rutledge said, the number and names of the finalists have not yet been determined, and additional dates may have to be added. Rutledge said the visits essentially will be the candidates' job interviews with the board and therefore will be closed to the public.

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  12. SOMO training center taking shape as final beam is placedRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 31, 2018 | News Tribune

    Jared Niemeyer, foreground, Gary Wilbers, and Mike and Buddy Farmer, in background, sign the steel beam Wednesday before it's hoisted into place during a topping-out ceremony at the new Special Olympics Training for Life facility on Christy Drive. Niemeyer, of Edina, is an athlete and is excited about the prospect of attending training at the facility.

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  13. 1st St. Louis County female officer reflects on days gone byRead the original story

    Dec 30, 2017 | News Tribune

    When Winona "Jean" Schrieber became the first female St. Louis County police officer in 1957, her uniform had a brown skirt and high heels but no place to put her gun. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported Schrieber's role as a pioneer in the department was honored by St. Louis County officials to mark the 60th year of female police officers in the department.

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  14. St. Louis lawmaker files land-grant funding billRead the original story

    Dec 9, 2017 | News Tribune

    Lincoln University could receive its full, federal land-grant money under a bill pre-filed by state Rep. Karla May, D-St. Louis.

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  15. Proposed co-working space could foster fresh business growthRead the original story

    Nov 22, 2017 | News Tribune

    Brett Welschmeyer and other backers of a proposed co-working space on Madison Street will hold a meeting Monday night to solicit community input. Welschmeyer said they want to hear what entrepreneurs in the region want in the space.

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  16. Foundation may carry SOMO to finish lineRead the original story w/Photo

    May 7, 2017 | News Tribune

    Fundraising is ongoing for the new Special Olympics Missouri Training for Life Center, located just off of Christy Drive in Capital Quarries. When it opens in 2018, it will feature a track, ball fields, indoor sports courts and will serve as the training facility for athletes and coaches.

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  17. Families question St. Louis veterans home operationsRead the original story

    Oct 29, 2017 | News Tribune

    A St. Louis group contends the Missouri's Veterans Commission is ignoring problems at the state's Veterans Home in North St. Louis County. But some family members and friends of those living in the St. Louis home disagree, and are planning a media event Monday night, in Kirkwood, to air their complaints.

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  18. Helias band receives $50K donationRead the original story

    Oct 20, 2017 | News Tribune

    Helias High School announced Friday the family of Harry M. "Bud" and Anna Leah Agniel donated $50,000 in their honor to the school's band program. The Agniels' children attended Helias from 1961-77.

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