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Competition springs up for horse business

A proposed development in Randolph County could take business from Boone County Fairgrounds.

Photo of the Week - Bill Clinton speaks at MU

Former President Bill Clinton made a visit to MU on Saturday to speak on behalf of his wife’s presidential campaign. Despite a large turnout of supporters to see Clinton, Boone County voters strongly favored Barack Obama when they went to the polls on Tuesday. 60.54 percent of Democrats voted for Obama while 36.95 voted for Clinton.

Soldier from Missouri National Guard killed in Iraq

A sergeant with the Missouri National Guard has been killed in Iraq, the Guard said Thursday.

True/False Film Festival available online

True/False Film Festival organizers released a list of films to be screened at this year’s festival and expect to have a complete schedule of screening dates and times online by 5 p.m. Friday.

How Missourians voted on Super Tuesday

This interactive graphic breaks down Missouri's votes from the primary.

Commission wants odor control applied to more Missouri farms

JEFFERSON CITY— Missouri pollution regulators want to expand the state's oversight of agricultural odors to more farms.

Brochure offers new information for victims of domestic violence

“Protecting Victims of Domestic Violence,” a free 20-page brochure, is available online and in paper form.

MTV 'Made' comes to Columbia

Film crews from the MTV reality show will be in downtown Columbia around 4:30 p.m. today to shop with a Rock Bridge teen who will be the show’s focus.

Rising number of flu cases spurs free vaccination offer

More than half of the reported flu cases in Boone County were reported in the last week, and Health Department official are now offering a free vaccination.

Citizens must get involved in revitalizing airport

The state has provided the legal tools to establish a regional economic transportation district to support our aerodrome. They sit unused.

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