On a weekend like this one, Nate Bentley’s friends probably would have been hanging out at his place, a duplex in southeast Columbia. “Instead,” Tony Shaw said, “we’re sitting here talking about him.”
A Karaoke contest and a “gayest dog” competition were among the highlights of Saturday afternoon’s LGBT Coalition’s PrideFest.
The Columbia native said he is concerned about the hardships NASCAR fans are facing these days.
Bob Pund, Sean Spence and Mary Still fielded questions from a packed luncheon of the Democratic Party club.
Lily Tinker-Fortel, 24 year old Columbia resident and mid-Missouri Peaceworks community outreach coordinator, participated in a U.S. citizen interfaith delegation of fellowship to Iran.
The two cases concern priests from St. Elizabeth Parish in the 1970s.
It takes him two "green-broke" horses and four hours to travel 13 miles.
MU officials said Friday that effective Monday, the university will no longer accept freshman applications for the fall.
But to do so, it needs to reverse a 30-year-old law that keeps utilities from charging for plants while they're being built.
Firefighters performed the rescues Friday after nearly nearly 4 inches of rain fell on the city.
The lieutenant governor called in the National Guard on Saturday. He says more volunteers are needed in Hannibal, Canton and Alexandria to prepare sandbags as the threat of floods looms.
This week, we ask readers to share their thoughts on the professors’ plea to the state to change math curriculum, how to conserve energy using compact fluorescent bulbs, the woes of rain, the proposed buyout of Anheuser-Busch, and the ongoing investigations of shootings in the city.
The school board showed two budgets to the public at its meeting Thursday. One would cause the teachers to endure a cut in salary.