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Live buffalo makes appearances as Colorado’s mascot

The 10-year-old Ralphie IV is just one of a long line of buffaloes that have been on display at Folson Field.

Business owners file petition to repeal smoking ban

The petition comes nearly a year after the City Council voted 4-3 to approve the controversial ban on smoking in many public places, including bars and restaurants.

Final: Missouri 55, Colorado 10

Girl Scouts discover the Magic of Chemistry at MU

In 10 years, the Magic of Chemistry program has taught more than 2,500 mid-Missouri Girl Scouts about science.

City considers leadership program

The goal of the program will be “to provide training to current and potential leaders on the city’s boards, commissions, neighborhood associations and non-profit organizations,” City Manager Bill Watkins said in a memo to the City Council.

Discrimination against Muslims prompts hate crime awareness event

The event, held Friday afternoon in Memorial Union on the MU campus, brought together several student groups in an effort to plan a collaborative event on campus.

New department shows splintering of education

As departments and majors become more specific on college campuses, important information will be left out of the coursework.

Hickman bloodlines date back a century

"Once a Kewpie, always a Kewpie."

With problems mounting, Gov. Blunt looks for support

Gov. Matt Blunt appeals to his conservative base as state struggles continue to grow.

MU fourth seed in Big 12 soccer tournament

A 2-1 loss to Kansas on Friday gave the Missouri women’s soccer team a No. 4 seed in the Big 12 Conference Tournament.

Loss leaves Hickman football team out of playoffs

The Hickman football team’s season came to an end Friday night, losing 33-30 to visiting Jefferson City.

Going for the Gold

College gear. It’s not just T-shirts and bumper stickers. The multi-billion dollar industry also includes items such as ice scrapers, temporary tattoos and antenna balls.

A Bible for all seasons

Bruins' football season ends on low note

The Rock Bridge football team lost their final game of the season 48-28 to Oak Park on Friday at Rock Bridge Field.

Missouri volleyball team holds off Baylor

The last thing the Missouri volleyball team needed was a long match against Baylor on Friday after playing five games in a loss to No. 2 Nebraska on Wednesday. But that is exactly what they got.

Health department investigates lead in monkey bite case

The department received a call Friday morning with a tip that Libby Brozovich of Springfield owned the monkey, said Diedre Wood, a spokeswoman for the department.

Sights of a small farm trade show

The National Small Farm Trade Show and Conference is the largest annual small farm show in the United States and hosts a number of vending booths, live stock displays, sheepdog shows, farming equipment, demonstrations and more.

No charges filed yet against Sen. Graham

No drunken driving charges had been filed against Sen. Chuck Graham as of Friday.

Group discusses challenges of increasing diversity at MU

Threats to a diverse campus, according to one diversity officer, include systemic oppression of minorities, political influences, and legislative, judicial and executive actions.

Environmental concerns could delay Taum Sauk restoration

On Friday, a St. Louis environmental advocacy group announced its intention to sue over what it called the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s failure to properly monitor the reconstruction project.

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