August 1, 2012
The Columbia Interfaith Resource Center provides showers, food and other resources to those in need. The center is currently looking for a larger location.
July 31, 2012
Fans from across the world cheer on their teams as they compete in the London 2012 Olympic Games.
The U.S. took home medals in women's gymnastics, soccer and swimming. Michael Phelps claimed his 19th medal when the U.S. won the men's 4x200-meter swimming relay, breaking the Olympic record for most medals.
Columbia is expanding its resources to provide services to the growing Latino population. Columbia está aumentando sus recursos para proveer servicios a la creciente población latina.
July 30, 2012
Therapy dogs, along with volunteers, visit patients at Rusk Rehabilitation Center every Thursday.
July 29, 2012
July 28, 2012
Even though Kari Stromhaug moved to New York last August, she returned to Columbia to compete in the Show-Me State Games with her friends and teammates. This is Stromhaug's third time competing in the games and her ninth year practicing gymnastics.
The Show-Me State Games continued on Saturday at the Hearnes Center, where young Missouri gymnasts competed and showed off their talent.
Johnathon Swymeler, a 14-year-old who has only competed in six track meets, won the Show-Me State Games 400-meter dash Saturday at MU's Walton Stadium. In addition to the gold medal he won in the 400m, Swymeler also won a silver medal in the boys' 200-meter dash.
Infants were judged at the Boone County Fair Baby Contest on Saturday. The babies were judged on health, appearance and personality.
Ryan Lochte took home the United States' only gold medal for the day, Elizabeth Beisel won silver in the 400-meter individual medley and the U.S. women's soccer team defeated Colombia 3-0.
More than 350 people came out to the Boone County Fair ham breakfast on Saturday morning. Ten-year-old Audrey Brush had the prize-winning ham, which was auctioned off for $1,000.