The similarities may not be obvious, but take away the familiar English sites, and the cities have a lot in common.
This week, we ask you to weigh in on potential cuts to the Adaptive Recreation programs at Paquin Tower, priorities for connecting trails as part of the GETAbout program, and how to finance changes for the Stadium Boulevard corridor.
Police said their use of a Taser on a man threatening to throw himself from an overpass during a 90-minute-long standoff Friday was necessary and met their policies for the device’s use.
Inspectors found unsanitary conditions and bodies stored for months without refrigeration at Warren Funeral Chapel, 12 E. Ash St., the attorney general’s office said.
The curators approved the request Friday, which amounts to a 19 percent increase over this year.
The event, held Saturday in Douglass Park, was organized by Margaret-Marie Hickem-Smith, Willie Smith and 23rd District House candidate Stephen Webber.
The Show-Me State Games table tennis tournament was held at the Helias High School gym Saturday.
Along with a lawn, playground area and demonstration garden, the proposed building for the Columbia Farmers' Market would have permanent restrooms, a kitchen and office or meeting space.
The Missourian will be posting daily photo galleries during the 2008 Boone County Fair. Do you have a photo from the event that you want to share? Share it with us at MyMissourian.com.
On Saturday, the Show-Me State Paintball competition took place at Battle Creek Paintball in Kingdom City, Mo. Eight teams competed to win the tournament, the Mid-west Assassins being the youngest of all teams.
The event happened Saturday at Oakland Park.
Two Columbia Public School employees won the gold medal for women’s doubles tennis on July 19.
Child and adult winners were to receive cash prizes, and the grand champion of the adult event, $1,500.
The final play in a set of comedies guarantees laughs, a surprise ending and the chance to give feedback to the playwright.
The finalists in the Boone County Fair talent show took the stage Friday night and gave the crowd singing and dancing and more.
While residents living in more rural parts of the county want better access to water, sewage and roads, those living in the center of the county have different concerns.
Richard Davis, 43, faces 40 felony counts, including capital murder, kidnapping and rape in the May 2006 death of Marsha Spicer, 41.