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New system delays student aid

MU provides interest-free loans to students who still have not received federal PLUS loans.

Ethics Commission rules on campaign law

The secret meeting has led to some objections that the Commission may have violated Missouri's Sunshine Law.

School site drops out of the running

One of the six properties under consideration for the new high school is no longer in the running as of Tuesday after the property’s co-owner expressed no intention of selling the land, Columbia Public Schools Superintendent Phyllis Chase said.

Dropping Columbia from our name

Medical condition, not foul play, caused collapse

A man found unconscious near the parking lot of the Devine Pavillion is believed to have collapsed this morning because of a medical condition.

Earth-friendly fair to be held Saturday

Columbia residents can learn about ways to reduce their impact on the environment at the Sustainable Living Fair.

Public can attend land review meeting for new high school

Residents will not be able to comment at the committee meeting.

Rock Bridge Park trails to come full circle

After a slab of rock crushed part of Rock Bridge Memorial State Park’s boardwalk last summer, the park’s most popular trail is taking a new shape.

School board adopts cyberbullying and cyberthreats into hazing and bullying policy

The board voted unanimously to add provisions for online incidents to its hazing and bullying policy.

Five possible sites for the new high school

Which do you think is best?

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