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Memorial is emphasized in Jefferson City Memorial Airport name

Memorial is emphasized in Jefferson City Memorial Airport name

The Jefferson City Memorial Airport terminal’s honor roll was dedicated in May 1966 (September 2022 photo from 939 the Eagle’s Brian Hauswirth) Organizers of last weekend’s “Fly into the 40s event” at the Jefferson City Memorial Airport say it’s a prime example of how much Jefferson City and central Missouri …

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Mizzou food drive is underway; canned fruits and vegetables needed

Mizzou food drive is underway; canned fruits and vegetables needed

This is the outside of Mizzou’s Donald Reynolds Alumni Center (2022 photo courtesy of MU News Bureau associate director Uriah Orland) Organizers of today’s annual Tiger food drive at Mizzou are hoping for donations of peanut butter, canned meats and canned vegetables. The food drive began this morning at the Reynolds …

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Limited tickets and hotel rooms in Columbia, ahead of Georgia matchup

Limited tickets and hotel rooms in Columbia, ahead of Georgia matchup

The Missouri Tigers battle the Wyoming Cowboys in September 2018 at Faurot Field in Columbia (2018 file photo courtesy of Mizzou athletics senior associate athletic director Ryan Koslen) Mizzou athletics says there are limited tickets available for Saturday evening’s Tiger football game against #1 Georgia. Tomorrow night’s game kicks off …

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Mid – Mo Congressman looks at potential Trump charges

Missouri Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer still questions the timing of the FBI’s raid on Donald Trump’s Florida home. Luetkemeyer wonders why the feds did their search just months before the mid – term elections … The Justice Department believes there were classified documents among the thousands of files seized from Trump.

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Crash ties up bridge traffic

Two drivers are hurt in a crash that jammed traffic on the Missouri River Bridge in Jefferson City yesterday morning. A driver caused the chain reaction accident after he ran into stopped vehicles on the bridge. The crash brought traffic to a standstill for a half hour.

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Love Columbia and other non-profits benefiting from new campaign

Love Columbia and other non-profits benefiting from new campaign

First State Community Bank, which is headquartered in Farmington, was founded in 1954 (photo courtesy of FSCB website) A Columbia not-for-profit that helps residents struggling to provide for their basic needs is benefiting from an area bank’s community strong campaign. First State Community Bank (FSCB) has launched the new campaign, …

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