For Missouri fans, a shirt recalling the razing of Lawrence in 1863 has become a popular item.


The company that produces this shirt has included a disclaimer in the bottom right corner stating that the design has not been endorsed by MU.

MU men's basketball team<br>faces ranked opponent for first time

MU coach Mike Anderson says the Tigers are "getting ready to play the big boys, so to speak.”

Local view: Repealing the smoking ban

Local view: Giving thanks for partisan politics

Thanksgiving dinner 2007: The main course


Jim Frech holds his daughter Katie, 2, during the Holiday Parade. The parade began at 3 p.m. at the intersection of Broaday and Fifth streets.


Parade-goers line the street as the Holiday Parade makes its way downtown.

28th annual Holiday Parade delights children, adults

Santa and Mrs. Claus greet paradegoers Sunday in downtown Columbia.

Rock Bridge graduate wins prestigious Rhodes Scholarship

Todd Gingrich, 22, is one of 32 Americans selected to receive a Rhodes Scholarship for study at Oxford University in England.

The Great Columbia Transportation Race



Sarah Natani uses a Navajo lap spindle during a workshop to demonstrate the Navajo method of spinning wool into yarn.

MU basketball eases past Southern

Missouri guard Keon Lawrence takes a uncontested shot during the first half Friday night.

Missouri soccer wins NCAA first-round game

Missouri defender Kat Tarr, right, tries to keep the ball away from Southeast Missouri forward Courtney Alexander.

'Jeopardy' contestant has the answers

Chris Mazurek, a psychology professor at Columbia College, poses in front of the bookcase in his office on Friday. Mazurek was a contestant on Jeopardy last fall and recieved an invitation to compete in the Tournament of Champions. Mazurek advanced to the semi-finals of the tournament and won $10,000.

Tournament mentality returning for Missouri basketball

Missouri's Marshall Brown (15) is one of many Tigers seeing significant playing time this year.


COMMENTARY: Missouri finally ready to talk about Kansas

Community Thanksgiving dinner feeds an estimated 400 people

Diamond Bigham, 8, center, watches people walk by while (from left to right) Taelor Campbell, 9, Tiffanie Sinks and C.J. Campbell, 5, eat lunch at the Imani Mission Centers' Harvest Dinner at the mission center, on Saturday.