January 22, 2014
Scott Dalrymple, the new president of Columbia College, was welcomed by students, faculty and community members Wednesday at a ceremony and reception at the college.
January 21, 2014
The Missouri men's basketball team lost to LSU 77-71 Tuesday night, dropping the Tigers' record below .500.
Columbia residents braved low temperatures Tuesday morning, donning jackets and scarves in single-digit temperatures.
January 20, 2014
Columbia residents observed Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday by participating in events throughout the day, including a memorial service and candlelight march.
The Poor Man's Community Breakfast on Monday was organized by five volunteers who spread out the workload that Almeta Crayton had handled for almost 20 consecutive years.
Ladies Rock Camp, held Friday through Sunday, serves as a fundraiser for the weeklong Girls Rock Camp in the summer. This weekend's camp included 24 women divided into five bands. The bands came up with an original song to perform at Mojo's on Sunday night.
Clay Mering, the great-great grandson of James Rollins, researched his history of slave ownership. As a way to atone for his ancestor's ownership of slaves, he created an endowment for research at MU's Black Studies Department. Mering said he is still proud of his great-great grandfather, who is known as the "father of the University of Missouri."
Members of the Artist Critique Group gathered Friday at the Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts for the group's monthly meeting.
January 19, 2014
Carter Arey is trying out for the 2014 USA Men’s Wheelchair Basketball team.
January 18, 2014
Led by Jabari Brown's 24 points, the Missouri men's basketball team beat Alabama 68-47 Saturday at Mizzou Arena. The Tigers are now 2-2 in Southeastern Conference play.
Bur Oak Brewing Co. joins two other breweries in Columbia that produce and package beer for sale elsewhere.
January 17, 2014
On Jan. 11, 1964, U.S. Surgeon General Luther Terry released an emphatic and authoritative report that said smoking causes illness and death — and the government should do something about it. Now a new report from acting Surgeon General Boris Lushniak says the nation has made great progress against the chief preventable killer but is not yet poised to finish the job.
January 16, 2014
Despite an early lead, the Missouri women's basketball team fell to No. 14 LSU at home Thursday night. Missouri was led by Brianna Kulas with 30 points, while Jordan Frericks and Morgan Stock both scored 11.
The Missouri Tigers lost a close game to the Commodores on Thursday in Nashville, Tenn. The loss dropped Missouri to 1-2 in the Southeastern Conference.
Columbia residents gathered for the 21st annual Columbia Values Diversity breakfast Thursday morning. Grant Elementary School and Julie Middleton were among the diversity award recipients.
At the Missouri Opener on Friday, Jan. 10, 2014, the season opener for the Tigers’ indoor track and field team, Freshman Kaitlyn Fischer shared her thoughts on a memorable day last November where she was injured at the NCAA Division I cross country national championship.
January 15, 2014
Students had the opportunity to learn about astronauts and space Tuesday night at Rock Bridge Elementary. The students will have the opportunity to astronauts from NASA in March.
January 14, 2014
Randy Hanna, a candidate for Columbia College president, visited the campus Tuesday and met with students and faculty.
Lucky's Market opened Tuesday, one day ahead of its scheduled Wednesday opening. The 30,000-square foot store features food and health products, along with alcohol. The store, which was started in Boulder, Colo., is the fourth to open in the country.
Alicia Harris and her father, Paul, built a 180-square-foot home on a flatbed trailer. She shares the tiny house with her 120-pound Great Dane, Roscoe.