The random audits are in response to a 2005 budget that auditors said had irregularities.
On Monday evening, people worked in and around the Maplewood Barn and stage, transforming the theater into the state of Oklahoma and themselves into cowboys and farmers.
Columbia’s Planning and Zoning Commission gave first-round approval Thursday to build a new elementary school in northeastern Columbia at a 20-acre site near Brown Station and Waco roads.
The Boone County Historical Society will host a garage sale and guided tours of the historical village, Boone Junction, this weekend.
Three organizations allege Missouri is failing to comply with the National Voter Registration Act, which requires it offer people who visit social services agencies the chance to register.
About 125 people turned out for a fundraising event at the Terra Bella Farm in Hatton to support mid-Missouri sustainable farms.
Between 300 and 500 Columbia residents along Old 63 and Paris Road lost power Thursday afternoon.
In a windowless cement storage unit, three recent graduates of Rock Bridge High School sat in the heat on the dusty floor Thursday sorting shoes. Boxes and bags and piles of them. One box big enough to hold a computer monitor was filled solely with tiny baby shoes.
A fire at a Boone County home Thursday afternoon caused minor damage but no injures.
A Boone Electric Cooperative employee called firefighters to Curtis Denney’s home at 9031 S. Tomlin Hill Road around 2:45 p.m.
In the Maplewood Barn Community Theatre’s production of “Oklahoma!”, the director takes the show back to its roots.
A fire Wednesday at a Columbia nursing home forced 46 residents and staff to evacuate.
Quinton’s bar on Ninth Street is expanding, adding an outdoor patio.
Maj. Gen. Smedley Butler railed against the practice of waging wars for profit in his book “War is a Racket.” Smedley’s lessons can be applied to the current war in Iraq, Bill Wickersham writes.
Unusual patterns of damage discovered in a crop of corn off of route J
With the graduation of defensive ends Xzavie Jackson and Brian Smith, junior Tommy Chavis will be relied on to plug holes and stop quarterbacks.
The closing of the school district’s Adventure Club due to heat leaves hundreds of kids without after-school care.