August 2, 2013
This week many students were moving out and leaving unwanted items by the curb. Others looking for furniture scoured neighborhood to find items before they were picked up by the trash service.
Visitors for Organic Production Field Day gathered to learn about organic farming Thursday at MU's Bradford Research and Extension Center.
August 1, 2013
Missouri's football team held its first practice session Thursday at the football practice field.
Kim Boyer was diagnosed with MS in June. Since then, she and a group of friends have created a bicycling group and plan to compete in the Bike MS event in September to raise money for research.
July 31, 2013
Fairview Road Church of Christ and volunteers have been renovating Almeta Crayton's home throughout July, and Crayton finally got to see the fruits of their labor Wednesday night.
Actors, script supervisors and producers work on the short film "I Am One" on Monday at Rock Bridge High School. The film is being produced to raise awareness about bullying.
July 30, 2013
The Centro Latino summer camp visits the Museum of Anthropology on Tuesday. The camp helps acclimate children of immigrant families and teaches health, education and culture to Latino families in Columbia.
Columbia College employees surprise retiring President Gerald Brouder by lining the sidewalk and applauding the couple as they left campus Tuesday. Brouder's retirement will take effect Thursday.
July 29, 2013
Brenda Lee drives the 104W bus route Thursday. She recorded every passenger, the time, and the type of fare used on a tally sheet. The tally sheets will be used to determine what additional routes and times the bus should run. The city hopes to make changes to the system by fall 2014.
July 28, 2013
Mark Felton, Jon Harrison, John Fitzgibbons and Mike Zimmerman compete in the Show-Me State Games miniature golf tournament Sunday at Perche Creek Golf Club. The four men also played softball together in the games.
People from around Missouri of Nigerian descent and people who just wanted to experience African culture came to celebrate Egbe Omo Oduduwa's 14th year in Columbia on Saturday.
Children compete in the swimming event of the Show-Me State Games on Sunday. Many were supported by their families with last-minute practices and back massages.
Floodwaters from the Missouri River washed away parts of U.S. 54 and U.S. 63 in Jefferson City in 1993. Workers repaired rail and gas lines.
July 27, 2013
Several young gymnasts were surprised by their scores during competitions at the Show-Me State Games on Saturday.
Families remain divided between North and South Korea 60 years after the war ended. Many still hold out hope of reunions, although the idea has fizzled recently despite a short period of detente in the early 2000s.
Brooke Schnarre scored the prize-winning ham at the 69th annual Boone County Fair ham breakfast and auction.
July 26, 2013
At the Southwell Complex at Columbia College, the Hoplites from Columbia faced the Wildcats out of Springfield in the eight grade boys competitive division during the initial round of games. The Hoplites won the day’s contest by a score of 47-38.
The Show-Me State Games hosted the first day of basketball competition today. Teams Faced off at four different locations around the area to determine seeding for this weekend’s tournament play.
Campers learn about how to harness and walk alpacas as well how to do many different fiber arts Thursday at Sycamore Creek Farm.
Olivia and A.J. Hombs prepare and show their pigs at the Boone County Fair swine show Wednesday.
Fairview Road Church of Christ members repay contributions of community advocate Almeta Crayton with the renovation of her home. Crayton formerly served as the First Ward's representative on the Columbia City Council.