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And the envelope says... medical students find futures

The first sight of the white envelopes provoked loud cheers in the atrium outside the J. Otto Lottes Health Sciences Library on Thursday, as 88 MU medical students gathered to find out how they will spend the next three to eight years of their lives.

Playing with words

On a recent Thursday afternoon, more than 20 young people filled the cafeteria at The Intersection, a First Ward youth center that hosts an after-school program for children and teenagers. At about 5:30 p.m., after dinner, most of the children headed for the Intersection’s auditorium for an hour of play.

Playing with words

On a recent Thursday afternoon, more than 20 young people filled the cafeteria at The Intersection, a First Ward youth center that hosts an after-school program for children and teenagers. At about 5:30 p.m., after dinner, most of the children headed for the Intersection’s auditorium for an hour of play.

And the envelope says... medical students find futures

The first sight of the white envelopes provoked loud cheers in the atrium outside the J. Otto Lottes Health Sciences Library on Thursday, as 88 MU medical students gathered to find out how they will spend the next three to eight years of their lives.

Winless set still valuable for Cougars

Although the results weren’t good, the Columbia College softball team enjoyed the experience of playing in the Mizzou Invitational. The Cougars, an NAIA program, got to play on MU’s University Field and play against Northwestern, the 2006 NCAA runner-up and current No. 7 team, as well as Missouri and Western Illinois.

Tigers lassoed

This season was supposed to be different for the Missouri women’s basketball team.

Hannah puts priority on team success

Stefhon Hannah at least had the look of a satisfied person on Wednesday.

The value of a dollar

The value of a dollar changes constantly, but for single-price dollar stores, holding onto that fixed price means retaining their very essence.

Ask the Candidates: Police Review

The question of whether a citizen review board should be created to investigate complaints against the Columbia Police Department has been debated frequently over the years. The department has hired a consultant to review its internal review policies and make recommendations. Here are the council candidates’ stances on whether a citizen review board is a good idea.

Senne extends MU winning streak to 12

Maybe it was the strain of playing five games in five days. Perhaps it was a case of looking ahead rather than focusing on the game at hand. Or, it might simply have been time for the Missouri baseball team to face a challenge.

Season of progress

It wasn’t a season burdened with high expectations.

No set path on road work

As the City Council elections draw closer, voters have tightened their focus onto West Broadway, especially between Aldeah Avenue and Clinkscales Road, where rush hour bottlenecking has left residents clamoring for an expansion of the two-lane section into a four-lane road.

Marching toward peace

As the director of adult education in Columbia Public Schools, John McClure said he’s against the war in Iraq because he feels it’s exploiting the poor who, because of the challenges they face getting a good education and a good job, see the military as a more attractive option.

PedNet project hits milestone

Columbia is inching closer to getting connected.

New royalty rates harm Internet radio

Internet radio listeners may find themselves with a shortage of options if digital royalty rates established by the Copyright Royalty Board stand up to Congressional intervention and an expected appeal from Webcasters today. The new rates feature a format change that, according to calculations

A growing community

Residents of the Benton-Stephens neighborhood in Columbia will turn an empty plot of land on Windsor Street into a free community garden where neighbors can grow produce and socialize.

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