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Defense keeps struggling hitters in lineup

The Tigers keep on winning, but the offensive struggles at the bottom of the team’s lineup has Jamieson concerned.

MU wrestler Marable enjoys successful second trip to nationals

Sophomore Nicholas Marable is enjoying his time in St. Louis at the NCAA National Wrestling Championships. He is competing in the event for the first time after being taken as an observer last year.

MU junior gymnast Perry leads Tigers on Senior Night

Adrianne Perry won the all-around competition for the sixth time this season with a 39.375, and Missouri beat Arizona State on senior night.

Missouri wrestlers finish Day 2 of Nationals with mixed results

Missouri sophomore Nicholas Marable and junior Raymond Jordan both have the chance to finish as high as third in their weight classes.

MU softball wins first conference game

Freshman Kathryn Poet’s grand slam helped lead the Tigers to a 9-1 victory over Oklahoma State in five innings.

MU diver Melnychuk places 11th at NCAA Championship

Junior Kendra Melnychuk is Missouri’s first All-American diver since 1982.

Hickman boys’ lacrosse team beats Rock Bridge in rivalry game

The Hickman Kewpies boy’s lacrosse team defeated Rock Bridge in their first meeting of the season on Friday, 11-4.

Columbia College softball sweeps Harris-Stowe

The Columbia College softball team won both ends of a doubleheader over conference opponent Harris-Stowe.

Hobby Lobby toys recalled due to lead paint

Certain children’s Easter toys from Hobby Lobby stores are being recalled by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, according to a press release from the Missouri attorney general’s office.

Family-friendly Easter activities

No plans for Easter weekend? Check out these fun Easter activities for the whole family.

Muleskinners hosts forum for First Ward City Council candidates

The four First Ward City Council candidates answered questions about relationships with the black community and university students.

Major news events well served by both old and new media

Use of new technologies can give a fresh view on news stories.

Columbia Farmers’ Market open for the season

The market is open from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday in the parking lot of the Activity and Recreation Center, 1701 W. Ash St.

Wedding trends of 2008

Just married

Choosing a place to spend your honeymoon isn’t easy. Check out our tips for selecting a worldwide honeymoon destination.

Spill it: Debi Hake, wedding planner

Wedding planner Debi Hake discusses the details of her job and how her responsibilities include making dream weddings come true.

Weddings: I didn’t know that ...

List of unknowns that have been learned through the planning process.

Weddings go green

To make your wedding eco-friendly, use organic flowers, dairy-free cakes and biodegradable confetti.

U.S. Sen. Kit Bond meets with City Council on housing crisis

Bond discussed the Security Foreclosures and Education Act as a partial solution to the nationwide mortgage crisis

Belief in brief: The scenes of Purim

Purim is a Jewish holiday celebrating Esther’s deliverance of the Jewish people from Haman’s plot. The holiday is celebrated every year during the Jewish month of Adar II.

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