"You Can, Too!" tells the stories of the 36 women who have served in Missouri's Senate.
Posts published in “Jefferson City”
Conservatives, led by Sen. Denny Hoskins, began 2022 by holding the floor to decry perceived slights of dishonesty, exclusion from meetings, and deviations of tradition.
The former Union Hotel, now a part of the Jefferson Landing State Historic Site, served as the Amtrak station in Jefferson City until it was closed after a structural inspection in 2019.
Chez Monet will be open Monday through Friday from 7 a.m.-2 p.m.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Jefferson City as the Capitol and Governor’s Mansion glow with festive holiday decorations.
The Bicentennial Bridge connects to a 30-acre parkland north of the Union Pacific Railroad, expanding Capitol tourism and providing access to the new park on a strip of land along the Missouri River known as Adrian’s Island.
The Bicentennial Bridge will connect the Capitol grounds to a park named after a former bank employee who advocated for it decades ago.