October 8, 2012
The Trailside Cafe and Bike shop in Rocheport is a one-stop shop for cyclists on the Katy Trail. Cyclists can drop in to get something to eat or get their bikes fixed.
October 7, 2012
A variety of vehicles were entered in the Old Wheels car show on Sunday, including a 1946 Hudson truck that paid tribute to veterans.
Two years after an ordinance amendment allowed Columbia residents to keep chickens in city limits, an increasing number of people are opting for do-it-yourself poultry and eggs.
Hy-Vee dietitians assist customers shop for healthy food based on their individual needs.
October 5, 2012
Hickman High softball shut out Jefferson City 7-0 on Friday to win the district tournament.
Rockbridge lost its first home game on Friday to Rockhurst. The Hawklets beat the Bruins 38-21.
Missouri midfielder Lauren Flynn battles Kentucky defender Arin Gilliland. The No. 16 Tigers won 2-1 in overtime over the Wildcats on Friday at Walton Stadium.
Capen Park is a popular spot for Columbia's local climbers. A small group went to the park Friday afternoon, including one individual who had never climbed outside before.
The Stephens College soccer team practiced with children from Stephens College Children’s School on Friday afternoon as part of the NAIA National College Association of Intercollegiate Athletics' Champions of Character initiative.
MU veterinarians care for injured racehorses at the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital in September. Shannon Reed, one of the veterinarians, cared for prize-winning racehorse Nates Mineshaft while he was at MU earlier this year.
October 4, 2012
Hickman Kewpies won 4-3 over Rock Bridge Bruins on Thursday in the semifinals of the Class 4, District 9 Tournament.
"Civic Virtue: Wearing Red, White and Blue", a new exhibit at Stephens College's Historic Costume Gallery, uses clothing to explore changing time and civic engagement in the United States.
October 3, 2012
Both Democrats and Republicans gathered in groups Wednesday night to watch the first of three scheduled debates between the presidential candidates.
Susan Mathis, owner of alleyCat Yoga and Yoga to Grow, uses her training in early childhood education to adapt yoga classes for infants through teens.
An exhibit at the State Historical Society of Missouri displays political cartoons from the past 100 years.
October 1, 2012
GlenMartin Holding Company employees worked to put together a windmill behind the Old Beef Barn off of Stadium Boulevard on Monday afternoon. The windmill, which will power the Old Beef Barn, consists of a 100-foot pole with 16-foot blades.
Resident of Rock Quarry Road learned Monday night at a City Council meeting that their neighborhood petition against 8 Ball Commercial Properties LLC's rezoning request was invalid. A valid petition will require signatures from neighbors who collectively own at least 30 percent of the property within a 185-foot-radius of the proposed rezoning.
Columbia residents gathered outside the Daniel Boone City Building on Monday in support of the Russian punk band Pussy Riot.
People gathered Monday at Jesse Auditorium for the funeral services of Irene Haskins, who was a humor columnist at the Columbia Tribune for more than 35 years.
The Adapted Melody Chime Ensemble in Columbia, which uses a specific method of learning through instruments, is intended for players with special needs.