Education program offers new chance

A trio of adult learners, (left to right) Geri Britt, Linda Cooper and Sheryl Coooley checked in with Susan Spradlin (right) shortly before the program took a summer break in June. Nearing the successful completion of her program at 28, Britt says she will go to high school with her child if that is what is takes to make sure he stays in school. – MARK BROWN | THE STANDARD BANNER

Lives are being changed at Jefferson City’s Public Library.

That’s not hyperbole.

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