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Kewpies excel at sectional

MU softball one win away from advancing in NCAA tournament

Missouri baseball clubs Nebraska again

Thrift store touch ups

Starting a new chapter

It is done. The college careers of 4,999 students came to a close this weekend during 17 ceremonies around the MU campus.

Itzhak Perlman concert reset for Oct. 6 in Columbia

The sold-out performance will be held at MU's Jesse Hall. No new tickets are expected to be available.

Eventful Missouri legislative session comes to close

The Missouri General Assembly passed 70 bills on to the governor.

Bill that could give UM’s student curator a vote heads to governor’s desk

According to the bill’s provisions, however, the student curator’s power to vote would be contingent on Missouri losing a congressional district after the 2010 census.

Columbia firefighter injured in blaze

Lt. Tom Ogden suffered second-degree burns to his hand Saturday while fighting a fire that Columbia Fire Department investigators have determined was intentionally set.

Nagging needed to make community planning a reality

The slow-down has arrived. Over the past 10 days or so, the Missourian has published the numbers. Taxable sales in Columbia fell by $4 million last year, and they show no sign of turning around so far in 2008.

Cougars softball team opens with two losses at NAIA tournament

Tigers baseball team breaks through in eighth

Missouri ace Aaron Crow earned his school record 12th victory of the season in the Tigers' 8-1 win over No. 5 Nebraska on Friday night in front of a record crowd at Taylor Stadium.

Salute to Veterans Air Show schedule

The Salute to Veterans Air Show will be held May 24 and 25 at the Columbia Regional Airport.

American legend to attend air show

Buzz Aldrin is expected to be in Columbia for its Memorial Day ceremonies next weekend.

Tips for enjoying the air show

Here are some tips and recommendations for safely enjoying the Salute to Veterans Air Show.

Canadian SkyHawks to perform at Memorial Day show

The SkyHawks, a Canadian Armed Forces Parachute Team, will perform at the Salute to Veterans celebration at the Columbia Regional Airport during Memorial Day weekend.

WWII plane to fly alongside Air Force team

The P-51 Mustang will join the A-10 Demonstration Team to show 60 years of advancement.

Hornet planes make visit to Columbia

The CF-18 Hornet Demonstration Team will play in the Salute to Veterans Airshow — only one of the three performances the group will have in the U.S. this year.

Trojan Phlyers perform aerobatic maneuvers in air show

The Trojan Phlyers are a partnership of 12 retired military and professional pilots, named for the plane they fly, the T-28 Trojan. The Phlyers will be performing for the first time in Columbia at the air show during the Memorial Day weekend.

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