JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) – It’s been 100 years since a fire destroyed Missouri’s Capitol building. And officials will be gathering in Jefferson City to commemorate the event. The Capitol building caught fire after it was struck by lightning on Feb. 5, 1911. It had been built in 1840. On Saturday, dozens of firetrucks will circle the statehouse with their lights flashing and horns blaring, like they did on the night of the fire. Jefferson City Mayor John Landwehr and the state fire marshal will read proclamations about the fire.