Training gives look into other cultures

It was a consciousness-raising game of free association.

The question: “What do you think when you see a Muslim?”

Connecting through caring

With a rhythmic flick of her wrist, Carrie Sanders’ hands with electric pink nails floated left to right as she enjoyed the music of Larry Sapp, a local fiddler, as he entertained Wednesday afternoon at the Adult Day Connection at MU.

Cyclist hit at intersection of Old 63 and Broadway

Two men are being sought in connection with a hit-and-run accident that Columbia police say occurred when the men’s car struck a cyclist.

Police arrest 2 in shooting incident

An incident that started with a bang ended in two arrests Wednesday night.

At about 10:30 p.m., neighbors directed Columbia police to the house at 4320 Stevendave Drive, where police arrested Joseph Gormus, 43, and Robert Berry, 22, on suspicion of discharging firearms within the city limits.

County recorders tells residents there’s no need to pay extra for copies of home deeds

Boone County Recorder Bettie Johnson has a question for homeowners: Why pay nearly $60 for a copy of your deed when you can get it for $3?

4-H’ers celebrate their annual Missouri State Congress

On opening day of the 62nd Annual Missouri State 4-H Congress, participants ages 14 to 19 from all over the state participated to expand their skills and elect next year’s executive council. Participants stayed in MU residence halls and got an introduction to college life.