The Rock Bridge tennis team (14-1) made short work of Jefferson City, 9-0. The Bruins dropped three games in six singles matches, and finished the dual meet in less than two hours.
Carol Rose said that from the time her brother, Forrest, began writing his newspaper columns in the mid-1980s, their parents collected them.
They haunt the city with their fading signs, shaded windows and large signs advertising they’re available for rent. They remind the city of what they used to be — perhaps an auto shop, a food store or professional offices. As the businesses and neighborhoods around them continue to move forward, these buildings stay trapped as if buried in a time capsule.
JEFFERSON CITY — Jefferson City business owner Jim Baumgartner and one of his employees, Travis Lee, personify the debate over raising Missouri’s minimum wage.
Many people might feel confused when talking about Confucianism, an ethical and philosophical system that emerged in China about 2,500 years ago. Even fewer people are familiar with “li,” “xin,” “jen,” “hsiao,” “yi” and “chung,” the most basic values of Confucianism. They represent rituals, honesty, benevolence, family duty, righteousness and loyalty, respectively.
Similar to the complaints Columbia residents expressed during communitywide forums last week, concerns were voiced by Columbia Public School District employees about the four school transitions students undergo throughout their K-12 careers at a district employee forum Tuesday.
Two research centers at the MU College of Engineering together would receive nearly $4 million if the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives approve the $377.6 billion 2007 defense appropriations bill.
JEFFERSON CITY — By agreeing to submit his plan to lawmakers, Gov. Matt Blunt may
The Missouri School Boards’ Association says legislative advocacy and open communication may be the answer to reducing negative opinions of public education.
With red on the right and blue on the left, students packed MU’s Ellis Auditorium on Tuesday to show their colors.
Gentry Coffman and Kofi Bempah have played together on a Columbia Pride soccer team for the past three summers. Tonight, they will match up against each other.
Missouri’s receivers are hot.
Lei Wang misses her mother’s cooking.
In game one of the Columbia College volleyball team’s 30-18, 30-26, 30-23 sweep of McKendree College, sophomore setter Luana Branco was upset with a teammate’s mental mistake and playfully grabbed her by the throat.
Two months of hard work and hours spent on the golf course for the Rock Bridge girls’ golf team will come to a head Tuesday at the Missouri Class 2, District 4 Tournament at Meadow Lake Acres in New Bloomfield.
For the first seven months of 2006, the number of auto thefts in Columbia is more than 60 percent higher than in the same period last year, but the Columbia Police Department is reluctant to describe the increase as a long-term trend.
Boone County has taken measures to radically change the way it handles its employees’ health insurance this year, and it has already started to see returns on those investments.
Shaved, crushed or cubed, ice is something we take for granted. For most of us, it’s always been there and it’s not something we think about. The same goes for the big blue structure, known to many as the Ice Building, located at 11 S. Fourth St.
Construction of a trail underpass at Stewart and Providence roads began in the early spring. City officials say the project will provide a safer route for trail users by allowing them to cross beneath the intersection instead of crossing the street and encourage more people to access downtown via the MKT Trail.
Students, faculty and staff met on Monday to discuss possible changes to the policy.