Panelists gave parents advice on protecting their children from dangers on the Internet at the forum hosted by Columbia Public Schools.
Jan Summers, the library and media specialist at Oakland Junior High School, and Gerald Summers, an associate professor of Biology at MU, are two of the most loyal Mizzou gymnastics fans.
Hickman High School students focused their questions on the issues of free and anonymous speech on the Internet.
The senior center fielder keeps the team winning, and keeps it laughing.
Missouri junior gymnast Adrianne Perry created her own balance beam skill and she will perform it in hopes of becoming an All-American at the NCAA National Championships. Adrianne Perry worked hard to create the move, which is now listed in the Level 10 gymnastics skills glossary.
Under an agreement by House and Senate budget negotiators, the Access Missouri scholarship program would be expanded next year to cover a projected 49,000 students, including several thousand from wealthier families.
The Prince of Wales Riding Club, the oldest continually active riding club in the country, is hosting its 81st annual horse show Thursday. This year's event, Jewels and Jods, evolved from a Columbia society event to a three-day horse show.
Senate Democrats have expressed concern over the financial stability of the Missouri Higher Education Loan Authority.
Developers have long complained about lengthy public hearings and the unpredictability of the City Council, but the tension has risen to a new level.
The state House voted to allow Aquila to continue operating a power plant near Peculiar. The plant was built amid substantial legal questions.
A dam on Hominy Branch broke in March, causing Moon Valley Lake to dry up. Sediment from Hominy Branch may make its way into Hinkson Creek.
Columbia Independent School students studying Latin prepared skits and donned togas for the 10th annual celebration of Toga Day.
The auction was postponed until April 30 to give the lender, Premier Bank, more time to work with the business’s owners.
The Columbia School Board will continue discussion of the 2008-09 budget Thursday. The public may comment.
At 19, Izzie Baldwin is the youngest person to direct a PACE production. Her family and some serious time management helped her prepare to share her production of “Schoolhouse Rock Live! Jr.” this weekend.
While most MU students are occupied with the winding down of the spring semester, Emily Bennett, a senior vocal performing major, has been balancing her academic commitments with gaining national recognition as a soprano.