Jason Bieri, from Jefferson Asphalt, works on scraping the gravel off the teachers parkinglot, next to the Tipton Elementary School, on Wednesday, July 26. The lot is getting prepped to have a layer of asphalt poured for the parking lot.
A portion of the crowd attending the Piccaddilly Quarter Auction Friday night at St. Andrew School raises their paddles as they bid on an item from the more than 100 donated by area merchants. The evening, which also included a silent auction of 22 baskets and hors d'euvres, benefitted the Moniteau Christian Ministries Center which serves all county residents from its location in California with a food pantry and resale shop.
After last week’s newspaper came out and we were sitting around the conference table for our weekly staff meeting Thursday morning, my boss asked me what I didn’t say in my editorial? What did I hold back in reserve?
Judge Donald L. Barnes on Friday denied a motion by a Clarksburg resident who wants to act on behalf of western subdistrict taxpayers in a lawsuit against the Moniteau County Library District, but stayed his order at the request of the claimant’s attorney.
Due to changes in the rules by which municipal courts must operate in Missouri handed down by the supreme court, some cases from city courts in the county are now being filed in the associate circuit court division of the county, part of the state court system.
Pictured above is a map of the path the solar eclipse will take on Aug. 21. The eclipse is a rare event that was last seen in 1869 and will not occur again until 2024. (Photo submitted)
Watch solar eclipse in nature at MDC areas
By Eleanor C. Hasenbeck, Missouri Department of
Discover some unique activities in nature during the upcoming total solar eclipse on Aug. 21 by watching the rare event at one of 54 Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) areas that lie in the solar eclipse’s primary path across Missouri.
The following changes in property ownership were filed recently with the Moniteau County Recorder of Deeds. This report is a brief description of the deeds filed with the recorder. For a complete description of the properties visit the recorder’s office at the Moniteau County Courthouse in California.
A total solar eclipse will be visible across North America on Aug. 21, and the Central Missouri area is in the direct viewing path. The event will be the first total solar eclipse visible from the continental United States since 1979, and thousands of people are expected to turn their gazes skyward. A University of Missouri Health Care ophthalmologist has viewing tips to safely enjoy the rare event.