For each Christian, the Eucharist, or the consuming of the body and blood of Jesus Christ, is highly significant. However, the physical act of taking communion and the form the “body and blood” take may differ among denominations. Some churches have developed a preference for the materials representing the body and blood of Christ. For each of three Columbia congregations, sharing communion is a sign of faith. And it is sometimes a matter of personal taste.
Parents and faculty expressed satisfaction with the response to Wednesday’s robbery of nearby First National Bank. The suspect is being held at Boone County Jail on $200,000 bond.
On Thursday the Missouri Theatre was packed with patrons coming to see the showing of the first movie ever shown at the theatre for their reopening celebration.
A circuit court judge challenged an increase of fees for Missouri’s vehicle and driver’s license records and said the fees appear to fall under public records law.
Critics of the chips argue there are tangible medical, privacy and religious worries driving attempts to pass laws banning forced implants around the country.
The Tigers open play Friday against Ole Miss.
A new study is looking at baby teeth used in a mid-1900s study about childhood exposure to stronium-90 to see if the owners of the baby teeth have cancer years later.
John and Vicki Ott have restored the Dorsey and Paramount buildings downtown. They’re part of the force driving the restoration of The Tiger Hotel.
A total of 9 valedictorians represent the schools’ 2008 classes. We sat down with them to discuss their most memorable moments and greatest accomplishments.
After coaching for 16 seasons, Tim Edwards finally got the chance to return to his hometown of Boonville as the high school baseball coach, leading the school to its first final four.
Family members spend time together at Stephens Lake Park at the start of the kids’ summer vacation.
Eileen Beiger and her “gardening cat,” Olive, take advantage of the warm weather Thursday to manage one of Beiger’s many home gardens.
Donations and finds from residence halls, Greek houses and University Student Apartments appear in sale’s sophomore run.
Donations are going to waste after people have dumped them in the parking lot at the Parkade Boulevard Salvation Army during its renovation.
The American Heart Association made a presentation at MU's Lowry Mall.
AmerenUE, Atmos Energy and Missouri Gas Energy were approved Thursday to charge consumers $100 to $200 extra.
The council will meet on Saturday with GetAbout Columbia, the Planning and Zoning Commission, the Water and Light Advisory Board and the Environment and Energy Commission.
The event is intended to raise community awareness about the value of high-quality programs for preschoolers.
The winning ticket, bought at an O'Fallon Quick Mark, had a $2.2 million prize.
A month after arriving at the sanctuary for treatment of toxin poisoning, the bald eagle was released. The sanctuary has worked to promote bald eagle conservation in Missouri.