Many people make New Year’s resolutions to live healthier lives, whether it be to join a gym, start a diet program or quit smoking. Businesses committed to helping people do that also benefit from their resolutions.
After a Columbia City Council request to make video broadcasts produced by The Columbia Channel available to a wider audience, videos have been uploaded and are ready to access at the city government Web site, www.GoColumbiaMo.com. The videos run four to six minutes and feature recent broadcasts on topics such as tree recycling and energy conservation tips. The videos are posted free through an online video service provided by Google.
Art, music, magic and revelry spread throughout downtown Columbia Saturday night for the 11th annual First Night celebration. Organizers were expecting 12,000 people to attend the city’s alcohol-free community party, which was scheduled to culminate with two downtown processions to the Boone County Courthouse for a fireworks display and a midnight ball drop.
The Boone County Sheriff’s Department expects a new substation that opened Friday to cut response time in half in the northern part of the county.
Ray Beck treated his final news conference as Columbia’s city manager on Friday with his usual reserved but genial manner. More or less, he’s done this twice a month for the past two decades — sharing with citizens and the news media the agenda for upcoming City Council meetings and explaining them in laymen’s terms.
A six-year veteran of the Columbia Police Department has been dismissed from the force following his arrest Friday on suspicion of stalking a former girlfriend, using phone calls, letters and a vehicular tracking device.
MU quarterback Brad Smith stands behind the center and waits for the snap. Second-and-10, with 8:56 to play, the Tigers are down by 10 to Iowa State. They need something big to win their Homecoming game on this unseasonably warm October afternoon. The center snaps the ball. Smith looks to pass. But the quarterback who holds the NCAA record for single-season rushing yards always has the option to run.
SHREVEPORT, LA. — Gary Pinkel had coached his Missouri team to a comeback win in the Independence Bowl, celebrated with a Gatorade shower, spoken with the media and returned to the locker room to shower — this time conventionally.
For the Missouri football team’s seniors, this was it.
The New Year doesn’t afford Missouri a new basketball season. This one’s in full swing. But it can provide a fresh start, of sorts.
SHREVEPORT, LA. – If you were to write a manual on the intricacies of being a college football fan, you would be wise to consider Ron Fauss and Doc Bryson for your subjects.
The holiday season is renowned for overindulgence, and New Year’s Eve celebrations are no exception. But beware the aches and pains that accompany the morning after the night before.
“5 ... 4 ... 3 ... 2 ... 1 ... and 1 again! Happy New Year!”
Servers in 20 of Columbia’s bars and restaurants have learned the consequences of serving underage and intoxicated drinkers and how to avoid doing so through the voluntary State of Missouri Alcohol Responsibility Training online program.
There’s a good chance Boone County voters will see a proposed bond issue and sales tax increase on their April 4 ballots. The measures would pay for an expansion of the county courthouse and other building projects.
The Center for Geospatial Intelligence at MU will receive $1.75 million in next year’s defense appropriations bill, according to a recent announcement by Sen. Kit Bond, R-Mo.
The bottom of the door to Homer’s Auto Repairs scrapes against the cold, concrete floor. In the window of the door, next to the “Open” sign, swings the declaration: “Out for Parts,” barely kept stable by aging duct tape and paper clips.
Jason Brock takes the bus every day from Wabash Station to Paris Road to cut his walk to work to only a mile and a half. He said the last thing he thinks about is art, but that is exactly what the 95-year-old Wabash Station is about to get.
SHREVEPORT, LA. - The focus of the South Carolina football team could be summed up in one statement Thursday, as the Gamecocks made final preparations for their Independence Bowl match up today against Missouri.
What exactly, if the situation was to arise, would a college basketball team do without their starting point guard and floor general?