A debate about the fitness of the planned Westbrook subdivision to be built along Howard Orchard Road followed a similar story arc Monday night before the Planning and Zoning Commission: It was tabled.
After the defense stopped the offense on the last play of Thursday’s scrimmage, Xzavie Jackson was happy. And he let everyone in Memorial Stadium know it.
The Missouri golf team hopes to repeat last year’s first-place finish at the Boilermaker Invitational in West Lafayette, Ind. The tournament, which begins Saturday, will also be freshman Peter Malnati’s first opportunity to prepare for the 2008 NCAA championships.
Missouri baseball coach Tim Jamieson got a pleasant surprise this season.
Three match tiebreakers went Hickman’s way during its tennis match against Rock Bridge on Thursday. But the Bruins showed when it comes to depth, they still have the edge.
While students prepare to trudge through the last few weeks of class, Missouri volleyball is gearing up for a weekend getaway to San Diego. The fact that the first tournament on the Tigers’ spring schedule is the reason behind the trip only adds to the excitement.
After being separated last week during spring break, the Hickman boys lacrosse team will not be able to get away from each other this weekend.
Missouri outfielder Micaela Minner isn’t impressed with Texas starting pitcher Cat Osterman.
Missourian general assignment reporters are experimenting with a new reporting style for the next two weeks. The project takes local stories and frames them with the intention that they will be easy-to-read, user friendly and entertaining. This is achieved using undefined creative writing and design formats.
Since professors are so fond of quizzes, throwing one back at them is the best way to wrap up one of MU’s most prestigious teaching awards. So, test your knowledge on what you know about the William T. Kemper Fellowship for Teaching Excellence and see where you stand.
ST. LOUIS — The number of children ages 5 to 19 taking prescription drugs used to treat or prevent Type 2 diabetes has doubled in the past four years, according to a study released Wednesday by one of the nation’s largest pharmacy management companies.
JEFFERSON CITY — The House endorsed legislation Wednesday expanding the right of Missourians to use deadly force against anyone trying to unlawfully enter their homes or vehicles.
Missouri-based Commerce Bank announced Wednesday its recent acquisition of the century-old Boone National Savings and Loan Association. The deal is expected to be finalized in mid-July and will see Commerce absorbing all of Boone National’s banking services and assets.
Visitors on their way out of Columbia Regional Airport on Wednesday afternoon had to dig for exact change because no one was on duty to collect their parking fees. Those fees will be history in less than a week.
At the Nuisance Party and Property Task Force meeting Wednesday, MU student government representatives said the proposed nuisance party ordinance goes too far.
Wal-Mart Stores has decided against buying more advertisements in local newspapers after a test in two states showed the expense is not justified, the world’s largest retailer said Wednesday.
This year’s fifth and final William T. Kemper Fellowship for Teaching Excellence award was presented to MU Law Professor Stephen Easton in front of his colleagues, family and students.
JEFFERSON CITY — About 30 supporters of reforming the state law that governs midwifery gathered outside of Sen. Chuck Graham’s Capitol office Wednesday afternoon, a week after he filibustered a bill that would legalize lay midwifery.
The dean of MU’s College of Engineering met with members of Positive Impact! Regional Diversified Enterprise, or PRIDE, on Wednesday to form an official partnership that would expand the proposed center’s offerings. Engineering students and faculty would serve as mentors for First Ward children, introducing them to the field of engineering and promoting greater interest in math and science.
The shaping moments of our nation’s past will be re-animated this weekend in a competition featuring some of the brightest minds of Missouri’s future.