Jefferson City: Communications
Newspapers and Magazines
The Jefferson City Post Tribune is published weekday afternoons; the Daily Capital News is published Tuesday through Saturday mornings, and the Sunday News Tribune is a combination of both publications.
The Catholic Missourian is the official newspaper of the Diocese of Jefferson City, while Word and Way is a religious tabloid published by the Missouri Baptist Convention.
Local magazines include the Journal of the Missouri Bar, Rural Missouri, Missouri Municipal Review, Missouri Conservationist, The Missouri Engineer, The Missouri Nurse, Missouri Pharmacist, Missouri Wildlife, and Show Me Missouri Farm Bureau News. Also published in Jefferson City are Something Better, an education magazine, and MLPGA News, a magazine for the gas industry. Locally produced journals include Focus MDA, a dental journal, and Missouri Medicine, a journal reporting on the interests of medical and public health professionals.
Television and Radio
Local radio stations include an FM oldies station, an FM jazz and urban contemporary station, an FM top 40 station, an FM country station, and an AM news and talk station. There are ABC, CBS and NBC-affiliated television stations in the city.
Media Information: Jefferson City News & Tribune, PO Box 420, Jefferson City, MO 65102; telephone (573)636-3131
Jefferson City Online
City of Jefferson City home page. Available www.jeffcity.com/cityclerk
Jefferson City Chamber of Commerce. Available www.jcchamber.org
Jefferson City Convention & Visitors Bureau. Available www.visitjeffersoncity.com/default.htm
Jefferson City Public Schools. Available www.jcps.k12.mo.us
Missouri River Regional Library. Available www.mrrl.org
News Tribune. Available www.newstribune.com
Digges, Deborah, Fugitive Spring: A Memoir (New York: Vintage Books, 1993)
Ford, James E., History of Jefferson City, Missouri's State Capital and of Cole County (Salem, MA: Higginson Book Company, 1994)
Young, Robert Emmett, Pioneers of High, Water, and Main: Reflections of Jefferson City (Jefferson City, MO: Twelfth State, 1997)
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