2022
Make It a Fun Day on The Greenway
May 5, 2022  •  By Amy Schroeder
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At Ease
Delicioso
May 5, 2022  •  By Sally Ince
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2022
Havin’ A Potluck Party
May 5, 2022  •  By Sarah Bohl
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2022
Let The Good Times Roll
May 5, 2022  •  By Katy Alexander
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At Home
Blending In with the Neighborhood
May 5, 2022  •  By Sally Ince
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Jefferson City Magazine strives to inform our readers of the people, businesses, and nonprofit organizations that make our community great. We guide our readers through the culture of Jefferson City’s tradition, entrepreneurship, and philanthropy by showcasing our community at home, at work, and at ease.


At Home
Bright table settings from past travels, cards and souvenirs from life’s moments — it can often be a bit of a brain teaser...
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At Work
Understanding and navigating stock investments. When it comes to investments, many people might jump straight to one method. These can often be the...
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At Ease
Build My Future constructs impact on local youth. What started as a great concern over a lack of skilled workers, and an interest...
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At Ease
The tall tales of the DoubleTree Hotel building. Memories are a funny thing. If asked, many would say their memories are highly accurate....
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2022
Accepting opportunities to interact within our community. From the time we’re born, we’re taught about the importance of community and family. We come...
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At Work
Exploring neighborhoods that needed improvements. Revitalizing neighborhoodsJefferson City’s architecture tells many stories. From different areas, neighborhoods, the riverfront, and the areas surrounding...
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At Ease
Traveling back in time to the Peruvian mountains After a long career of teaching, primarily Spanish, briefly at Helias, followed by decades at...
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Health & Wellness
Staying safe from sun damage and knowing the common signs of melanoma. The summer is fast approaching, which means it’s time to grab...
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At Work
When we were united, not long ago. For many people, the neighborhood they live in creates the foundation of their social structure. It’s...
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At Work
Carrie Tergin’s home stretch as mayor How did seven years go so fast? One year left, and a lot can (and will) happen!...
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