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School design to help kids interact

Columbia Public Schools’ newest elementary school will be designed to foster more collaboration and interaction between students and teachers of the same grade level.

A perfect cast

Performing Arts in Children and Education, or PACE, is a youth theater program that allows children as young as 4 to take theater classes and act in plays and musicals.

Homemade ice cream social to raise funds for paralyzed cyclist

Sam Russell has been an avid bicycle rider his entire life, thanks to generations of enthusiasts in his family, including his Uncle Walt, who founded Walt’s Bicycle Fitness and Wilderness Co. Even now, after a biking accident left the 28-year-old paralyzed from the waist down, he can’t wait to get back on the trails.

Professor surely wasn’t serious ... or was he?

I just finished reading the article “MU’s budget plan draws faculty criticism” in the July 24th Columbia Missourian, and I think there may have been an error in the article.

Science rife with notable fakes

The revelation that an MU researcher committed research fraud doesn’t surprise Gordon Christensen, who chaired the committee that investigated the charges against Kaushik Deb.

Long days challenge tired racers

Digital camera out and walkie talkie in hand, Janet Anderson radioed to her two sons from a group of picnic tables overlooking the Missouri River.

Cards rout rival Cubs

ST. LOUIS — Chris Duncan found a pitch he liked and the result, a grand slam, helped the St. Louis Cardinals avoid a sweep at the hands of the Chicago Cubs.

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