The showcase consisted of three main components: live music, community and city organization information tables and a brainstorming session. The event was held in conjunction with the Twilight Festival.
Plans for Regional Catholic High School moved one step closer to final approval after a unanimous vote for the preliminary plan at Thursday night’s Planning and Zoning Commission meeting. The plans will be given to the City Council for approval at the Oct. 16 meeting.
Three thousand bicycle riders will take off from the Midway Expo Center in Columbia this weekend to raise money and awareness for multiple sclerosis, a disease affecting about 400,000 people nationwide.
Sustain Mizzou will be providing free bicycle parking, known as Tiger Cage, at home football games for the rest of the season.
Columbia city government phone service was interrupted for several hours Thursday.
A woman was injured in a single car crash Thursday morning on westbound I-70.
McCain faced a delicate assignment as he formally accepted his party's presidential nomination: presenting his credentials as a reformer willing to take on his own party and stressing his independence from an unpopular President Bush - all without breaking faith with his Republican base.
Just days after the limits came off of individual campaign contributions, millions of dollars have rolled into state political campaigns.
Trish Hooper hosted a Republican National Convention watch party at Boone Tavern on Thursday and publicized it on the McCain Nation Web site. While she was the party's only attendee, she had competition.
Though statistics show there have been fewer violent crimes in 2008 than there were at same time in 2007, neighbors have organized a Community Peace Rally Against Crime and Violence, slated for Sunday, Sept. 21 at the Boone County Courthouse.
The National Socialist Movement plans to come on Nov. 8, a home football weekend for MU football, despite being denied for parade and special events permits. In place of a rally, some of the organizers plan to distribute flyers at the football game.
Growers and tomato fanatics gathered at the annual Tomato Festival at Branford Research and Extension center to sample different varieties and hear from expert growers.
Vice Adm. Nancy Brown, the highest-ranking female U.S. naval officer, returned to her alma mater to speak at Stephens College’s 175th annual convocation on Thursday morning.
The one-person play, by B.C. Jones of Columbia, centers on the life of Mary Edwards Walker, the first and only female winner of the Congressional Medal of Honor and the first female Army surgeon who served during the Civil War.
Commemorating talent old and new, the Missouri River Cultural Conservancy will bring together the river region’s “local treasures” at Cooper’s Landing for this weekend’s EcoArtFest.
Eddie Calvin, who attended Rockwood Summit High School and now attends Southeast Missouri State University, wants to make a difference in Saturday’s football game against the Tigers, who didn’t offer him a scholarship.
Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick admitted in court on Thursday that he lied under oath. The Detroit city charter automatically expels any mayor guilty of a felony.
In fact, with all of the Republican and conservative criticism of Sen. Obama’s lack of knowledge and experience, the choice of Gov. Palin is confusing.
The National Weather Service said wet weather left over from the hurricane that hit the Gulf Coast on Monday dropped as much as 6 inches of rain in Missouri on Wednesday and Thursday.