Author Archives: John Marsh

  1. from the ‘you can’t get there from here!’ dept.

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    Get ready for some colossal traffic jams in the months to come if you use the bridges at Jefferson City to get to work. The in-bound Missouri
    River Bridge will be undergoing painting and maintenance for the next 16-months, with total closure of the bridge for up to four months. The
    manager for the project says he anticipates painting and bridge deck work will start in March or April. The current east bound bridge will carry two lanes of traffic in both directions while the older bridge is undergoing painting and repair.

  2. jefferson city’s mayor weighs in on threatened protests at missouri state u.

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    A group of students at Missouri State University said they’ll protest if the college doesn’t address several concerns, including instituting a
    zero-tolerance policy for hate crimes.The students also have several other demands, including personnel
    changes, naming rights for the planned Diversity Center and an audit of multicultural services.

    Jefferson City Mayor Carrie Tergin serves on the Missouri State Board of Governors …

    The students said they also want the university to issue a public statement by Dec. 1 that includes acknowledging systemic racism in
    higher education and instituting the “zero tolerance policy” for hate crimes.

  3. jcmo child molester sought

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    Jefferson City police are looking for a man they say is a child molester. 31-year-old Kevin Struemph is already charged with statutory sodomy and child molestation. He’s charged with inappropriately touching a 3-year old girl. The girl’s grandmother reported the incident to police on Monday after an examination at University Hospital in Columbia showed injuries consistent with sexual assault.

  4. rep. barnes wants m-u professor out!

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    You may see the student protests and upheaval at Mizzou come up in education budget hearings at the Capitol. Jefferson City Representative Jay Barnes points to the professor who tried to stop a student from covering the protests …

    There’s been a call for the University to fire Communications Professor Melissa Click after a video of the confrontation went viral.

  5. you may be surprised at all the lost state government jobs

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    Do you wish state roads and highways were in better shape? Then don’t fire one-fifth of the state government employees who fix those roads …

    On KWOS Open Air, The Missouri Budget Project’s Tom Kruckmeyer claims Mo-Dot has lost 20 – percent of its staff in the past 12 – years. He adds that state government has 7500 – fewer workers than in 20-03 .

  6. jcmo killer won’t stand trial until spring 2016

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    A Jefferson City man charged with second degree murder is scheduled to go to trial on the charge on March 14th. Paris Alexander Henderson is
    accused of shooting 33-year-old Bryant Sturkey during a family argument on April 25th in the 1400-block of Elizabeth Street. Police say Henderson fired at Sturkey while Henderson was seated in a car…and Sturkey was running away. Sturkey was hit by bullets in his leg and torso.

  7. will you vote to renew jcmo/cole sales tax?

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    It’s that one rare tax that you vote ‘yes’ on every time it comes up for renewal. Jefferson City Councilman Ken Hussey says the voters see the payoff from the half – cent capital improvements sales tax …

    You’ll see the tax on both Cole County and Jefferson City ballots next year.

  8. one ‘threat poster’ bonds out – another is arrested

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    The man arrested for posting on line threats against students on the University of Missouri campus is out of jail. A Boone County judge agreed to a 10-thousand dollar bond for Hunter Park on Wednesday. The bond was paid and Park was given home detention with a GPS device. He also agreed to stay off the internet and get a psychiatric evaluation. Park is due back in court on December 23rd.

    A Missouri Valley College student is in jail after police on campus in Marshall say he made a terroristic threat on the social media site Yik Yak. 18-year-old Paris Lovett of Sierra Vista Arizona is held without bond. Police say he threatened to physically harm people on campus. Investigators say Lovett told them he was in a heated conversation at the time and was being sarcastic.

  9. plenty of flooded roads this morning

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    Parts of Mid-Missouri got as much as 7 – inches of rain. And flooded low water crossings are under water here in Cole County .. including –

    • Meadows Ford Road
    • Murphy Ford Road
    • Lower Bottom Road
    • North Branch Road
    • Buffalo Road
    • Waterford Road
    • Engineers Road

  10. man accused in brutal rape in jcmo

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    A Jefferson City man is facing a long list of charges after allegedly raping a woman who was giving him a ride home. The police report says 26- year-old Wayne Ivory raped the woman inside her car in the 1000 block of Cedar Way in Jefferson City Monday. She escaped, but Ivory chased
    her down, tackling her, and running over her legs while forcing her back into the car. Police arrested Ivory at his home on Tuesday. He’s held on
    250-thousand dollars bond in the Cole County jail.

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