The Columbia Missourian and the Missouri School of Journalism will be reaching the 100-year mark this September, giving staff, students and the community a chance to reflect on its history and work toward progress.
A 1999 graduate of the MU journalism school takes one of his college articles and turns it into a book featuring the controversial story of James Scott, charged for single-handedly destroying a levee during the Midwest floods of 1993. Adam Pitluk’s ‘Damned to Eternity’ hit shelves globally Tuesday, January 1.
Danny Sandker, a 16-year veteran of the Columbia Fire Department, took command on Dec. 1 after former division chief retired.
Businesses that have closed and cited the smoking ban as the reason were likely in trouble before the ban even came up.
Teenagers who don’t have access to formal driving instruction now have the option to learn the rules of the road through an online driver education course launched in November by the University of Missouri High School.
A new Alzheimer’s center planned by The Bluffs will receive $810,588 in federal funds from an omnibus bill signed recently by President Bush.
Just 20 miles north of Columbia, a 440-acre lot of untouched land will be transformed into a $45 million venue, bringing racetracks, horse shows and tourists to mid-Missouri.
The most striking development in the Iowa caucuses was the remarkable similarity between the winners.
The Missouri wrestling team dominated Bucknell Friday night in its first home dual of the season