March 2, 2013
KOPN will be celebrating its 40th anniversary Sunday.
The Columbia College women's basketball team beat Williams Baptist 68-40 to advance to the American Midwest Conference tournament final.
The Rock Bridge boys basketball team defeated Jefferson City 73-59 Friday in the Class 5 District 9 semifinals. The Bruins will play Hickman in the final Saturday.
March 1, 2013
The top-seeded Hickman boys basketball team won 69-37 against Camdenton in the Class 5 District 9 Championship. The Kewpies play rival Rock Bridge in the finals Saturday.
Participants, many of them dressed up in costumes, marched in the annual True/False Film Fest March March parade Friday in downtown Columbia.
True/False Film Fest attendees stenciled insect shapes onto the wall of the Blue Note on Friday as part of an art installation.
February 28, 2013
The Missouri women's basketball team beat the South Carolina Gamecocks, 65-58 Thursday. Junior forward Bri Kulas scored 26 points and pulled down 12 rebounds.
The opening night of 2013's True/False Film Fest was celebrated Thursday at the Missouri Theatre with a masquerade-themed Jubilee.
Volunteers help set up Thursday for the True/False Film Fest.
People enter the True/False Film Fest box office on Thursday morning to pick up their passes.
February 27, 2013
Nine quidditch team members practiced Wednesday on Francis Quadrangle despite snowy conditions.
Volunteers hosted a dinner to feed and thank linemen from varying electric cooperatives who worked long shifts to repair downed electric lines and restore power after Monday and Tuesday's snow.
The Missouri baseball team shovels snow Wednesday off the field at Taylor Stadium. Missouri is scheduled to play a series against Northwestern beginning on Friday.
Eric "Rocket" Kirchner is a career musician in Columbia. He is featured in a documentary, “Trouble Begins at Eight: Music of Rocket Kirchner," which will be screened at the Columbia Public Library on Thursday.
People were out and about Wednesday after a major winter storm swept across the Midwest bringing more than 9 inches of snow Monday and Tuesday to Columbia.
February 26, 2013
A snow storm that passed through Columbia Monday night and Tuesday brought wet, heavy snow that downed power lines and caused Internet outages throughout the city.
Heavy snow on a greenhouse roof cracked a roof truss Tuesday at Strawberry Hills Farm.
With a snow storm leading to closed campuses and downed Internet on Tuesday, people gathered at Uprise Bakery to enjoy Wi-Fi connections.
Volunteers help shovel snow to clear paths for True/False Film Fest.
Heavy snow and high winds pummeled Columbia overnight.