Start off your Monday "in the know." This weekly feature wraps up some of the content Missourian staff found most interesting from around the state.
Did you read something else this weekend you'd like to share with others in Columbia? Post a link in the comments with your reason for sharing.
Here's what the Missourian and others wrote about this weekend:
- City hopes to lure large employer with 'Project Tiger' (Columbia Missourian) A look into Columbia hoping to draw in a large employer.
- Photo Gallery: How to build a Missourian kite (Columbia Missourian) Missourian Graphics Editor Mary Nguyen shows how to build a kite from a newspaper.
- A promise of spring (Columbia Tribune) An in-depth look at a new exhibit at the PS: Gallery.
- Pro: Unions attract new businesses; Con: Unions repel new businesses (St. Louis Post-Dispatch) A discussion on the status of unions in St. Louis.
- International children come here to heal (St. Louis Post-Dispatch) Foreign children seeking medical aid find solace in St. Louis.
Missouri lawmakers get free Cardinals tickets (St. Louis Post-Dispatch) The implications of lawmakers receiving Cardinals tickets.
- Analysis: Public payrolls weathering recession well (The Kansas City Star) Despite economic recession, public payroll appears unaffected.
- Goalkeeper competition works well for Rock Bridge soccer team (Columbia Missourian) Two competitive goalkeepers strive for starting position.
- Blues coach Davis Payne discusses his and team's future (St. Louis Post-Dispatch) With the end of the Blues' season, a Q&A with Davis Payne highlights the future of the hockey team.
- First four picks in draft appear solidified; only Chiefs are a question mark (The Kansas City Star) As the draft approaches, the guessing game begins as to who the Chiefs will pick first.