It’s impossible not to notice Aaron Skinner at Rock Bridge tennis matches. Skinner is the shortest player on the team, one of the most talkative Bruins off the court, and is talented. All this, and he’s only a freshman.
Republicans of the 9th Congressional District (including Boone and 25 other counties) met Saturday to elect three delegates to the state convention, select a presidential elector, and to review amendments proposed for the party platform.
And they did, but the procedure was not without controversy.
All that pre-cast concrete on the lot of the former Osco drug store is destined for the new parking garage near University Hospital.
This year’s event, “Come, Sit, Stay,” featured the Budweiser Clydesdales, the Purina Incredible Dog team, a horse show and a petting zoo.
A proposal from Minnesota-based Mesaba Aviation Inc. to provide three round-trip flights per day between Columbia Regional and Memphis International airports has won the favor of city staff.
A Civil War-era home was slated to be torn down so a new development could be built in northern Columbia after efforts to save it were unsuccessful.
The City Council will hold a public hearing at 7 p.m. on Monday regarding the rezoning of a tract of land for a proposed long-term acute care hospital.
Members of the Park Hill Neighborhood Improvement Association gathered today at Stewart Park for their spring cleanup.
This year, the Stephens College Student Government Association implemented Stephens College Going Green, a plan to decrease energy use and increase recycling.
A two-car collision on Stadium Boulevard early Saturday sent two people to the hospital for injuries.
COLUMBIA — Wars between religions are not new, and most people are aware of fights within denominations. But congregational arguments are something different. Few people are aware of them or what they’re about.
UM System President Gary Forsee has strongly endorsed the value of diversity and walked the walk.
UM System Vice President Gordon Lamb has presented state legislature with a program that will illustrate what graduate school can do for all Missourians.