Firefighters To Undergo Water Rescue Training July 10, 2018
The Columbia Fire Department will be working with the Jefferson City Fire Department to provide water rescue training to new recruits from both departments.
The training will be taking place in the Missouri River and will cover identifying and donning appropriate personal protective equipment, effectively and efficiently moving a rescue victim into a boat and other pertinent training items.
The training will take place tomorrow [Wednesday] at 1:00 at Carl R. Noren River Access.
Jonesburg Man Moderate Injuries in Montgomery County Accident A Jonesburg man is recovering from moderate injuries after an accident in Montgomery County yesterday (Sunday) afternoon. The highway patrol reports it happened on the eastbound north outer road, one mile west of Jonesburg. 61 year old Craig C. Moore went off the side of the road,…Continue Reading
Missouri Redistricting Ballot Initiative A ballot initiative is being proposed for the November election that looks to replace the states system for drawing state legislative districts. The initiative is being presented by Clean Missouri and is designed to have the number of seats won by each party more closely reflect its statewide vote. Republicans say…Continue Reading
Man Drowns At Lake Ozarks A drowning is being reported in the Lake of the Ozarks over the weekend. According to the Missouri Highway Patrol the body of 37 year old Brett Davidson of Clarksville, Tennessee was found after a search was conducted at the 5.2 mile mark of Lick Branch Cove on Saturday in…Continue Reading
Death Investigation Underway At BP Gas Station in Columbia A death investigation is underway after an incident last (Sunday) night at the BP gas station on St. Charles Road in Columbia. According to reports from ABC 17 News the Boone County Sheriff’s Department confirmed they are conducting a death investigation after a report of a…Continue Reading