The Rock Bridge boys tennis team defeated Parkway Central 8-1 on Saturday at Parkway Central.
Senior Jen Bruck allowed five runs in the first two innings and took the loss for the Tigers.
Kewpie pitcher Drew Mitrisin pitched 6 2/3 innings of shutout baseball while only giving up two hits.
The Tigers jumped to an early lead by sweeping both the men’s and women’s hammer throw on Friday, the only event held during the first day of the two-day inaugural Jefferson Cup in Charlottesville, Va.
Sandwiched into Missouri’s rotation between Aaron Crow and Kyle Gibson, aces present and future, the unimposing Ian Berger is easy to overlook.
First Ward incumbent Almeta Crayton reported receiving the most money — more than $6,700 — in her bid for re-election, according to campaign finance reports filed with the Boone County Clerk’s Office on March 31.
There are two sewer bond issues on Tuesday’s ballot. Officials say the bonds would update facilities, not increase capacity.
More than 350 children and their parents participated in hands-on science experiments at the Stephens College Pillsbury Science Center during the fifth annual Science Saturday.
The battle for the center position between Tim Barnes and J.T. Beasley heats up as spring football continues.
A wide variety of Columbia residents turned up at Douglass Park Saturday for the Parks & Recreation Department’s kite flying day.
The annual Cambio de Colores conference and the conference’s featured speakers explore Hispanic immigration and issues related to the ever increasing diversity of the United States.
Columbia police arrested a 32-year-old man Friday night after a shot was fired at a Citadel Drive home in north Columbia.