Hickman tennis beat Hannibal in its last home match of the season.
Franck says his latest win wasn't one of his best matches of the year, but it gives him confidence heading into the district meet and state tournament.
Pat Venditte has been able to throw a ball with both arms since he was three. Now a senior relief pitcher for Creighton, he uses both arms to torment his opponents.
Paul Farmer and Ophelia Dahl, co-founders of Partners In Health, spoke to a Rock Bridge classroom on Tuesday.
The collision occurred about 4 p.m. in the 200 block of Business Loop 70 East.
Members of the Benton Elementary School K Club began working on additions to the school’s outdoor classroom Tuesday night.
The U.S. Department of Transportation has chosen Mesaba Airlines as Columbia’s new essential air service provider. Mesaba will provide three flights to and from Memphis every day.
On June 1, Jeff Rice will become the new Campus Writing Program Director. Rice will replace Aaron Krawitz, professor emeritus of mechanical and aerospace engineering, who has served as interim director since 2006.
Larry Brown, in a lecture titled “Cosmic Reflections on the Cultural Landscape,” will discuss the impact of the cosmos on religion.
The baseball complex near the Boone County Fairgrounds was supposed to be hosting games by now. But the nightly croaking of frogs living in mud puddles around the future fields are evidence of how far it is from being done.
The woman, 24, told police she had been walking home along Range Line Street near Big Bear Boulevard when a man stopped his four-door sports utility vehicle and offered her a ride.
The woman said someone slid a mirror under the fitting room wall at the Columbia department store.
The governor’s administration is continuing with a plan to archive state e-mails — even though lawmakers have not approved money to run it.
The homeowner knew the suspect and feared he would injure her, police said.
A phishing e-mail poses as the DoIT Help Desk to get student account passwords and other information.
While those who run for office are only human, they still need to think before they speak — and start focusing on real issues.
After a three-hour discussion of the appropriate use for land located on the northeast corner of Alfred Street and Old 63, City Council voted 5-2 in favor of rezoning the land for the use of a long-term acute care hospital on Monday night.