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Kewpie defense dominates Bruin offense

The Columbia Hickman Kewpies shutout the Rock Bridge Bruins 23-0.

MU student arrested on suspicion of stealing computers

Marina D. Somers, 27, of Columbia was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of stealing 14 laptop computers from a computer lab in MU’s General Classroom Building.

' ... just chapter after chapter of instability.'

A convergence of factors has left Michele and Charlie Silvey, plus their two young children, on the street, struggling to find shelter and security.

Report: Estimated railroad bridge would cost about $4.6 million

The proposed bridge would be built over U.S. 63 at the COLT railroad crossing, which has been the site of several vehicle and train accidents.

Looking for a way home

A convergence of factors has left Michele and Charlie Silvey, plus their two young children, on the street, struggling to find shelter and security.

Collaboration sought for Providence Road corridor improvements

Those interested in shaping how the Providence Road corridor looks in the future will get a chance to meet with the Planning and Zoning Commission soon, members of the panel decided during a work session on Thursday.

Woman found outside city limits an apparent suicide victim

Boone County Sheriff’s deputies found the body of an apparent suicide victim just outside Columbia’s city limits Thursday afternoon.

Sense of optimism surrounds news industry’s latest innovations

This year’s Associated Press Managing Editors conference was full of stories of newspapers reinventing themselves and embracing technology to deliver news in new ways.

Cinderella forgets about the ball, focuses on fire safety

This week, the Columbia Fire Department joined forces with Theater Reaching Young People and Schools (TRYPS) to perform at ten Columbia elementary schools.

But Smokey the Bear wasn’t the star. Instead, TRYPS relied on an advocate for fire safety with more ash than fire expertise: Cinderella.

Over time, our values may change

We should be careful of our strong reactions, because the things we find important may be different in the future.

Temple out against Oklahoma

Report: Missouri’s leading rusher Tony Temple didn’t travel with the team for Saturday’s game against Oklahoma.

Trial Run: Sam Brown's Institute of Cosmetology cuts hair just like the pros

Finding a salon that offers the perfect haircut in a new town can be tough, but the Institute of Cosmetology in Columbia takes the edge off.

Books that are flying off the shelf

A look at some of the best-selling books in Columbia.

Spill it: Raydell Wright

Broadway Diner cook Raydell Wright shares his cooking secrets.

Haunted Houses adding extra ‘spook’ to Halloween

The Freakshow, Hellevator and Maze of Darkness are just a few scary things incorporated into some of mid-Missouri’s best haunted houses. This is a rundown of the best haunted houses in and around Columbia.

Flexitarian? Vegetarian? Vegan?

Explaining the labels: How not to meet your fellow diners with blank stares when they announce themselves as lacto-ovo-vegetarians.

Trading scissors for spatulas

Stacey Griffith quit her job as a cosmetologist to open The Buzz, a Sturgeon restaurant, with her husband, Bruce.

Down 53 pounds and counting

Steve Calloway worked exercise into his daily routine and joined a Weight Watchers plan. He's now keeping off the weight that he found so hard to lose in the past.

Hardly friends in high school, now they’re hitched

Linda and Steve Wolf reconnected 30 years after high school and got married.

Boone County clinic sets off on its own

The Southern Boone County Family Care clinic ended its relationship with University of Missouri Health Care and strengthened its ties to the community.

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