Just how much should a newspaper tinker with letters to the editor? Did the Missourian wimp out when it listened to a politician’s version of the facts? There’s been an interesting debate brewing on columbiamissourian.com.
The city should not charge Thumper Productions a "discounted rate" for the Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ festival, and then charge admission to make up for the rest of the bill. Charging admission in any form would just discourage the public from attending the event.
Some single-game Missouri football tickets went on sale July 15.
"Pepper and Friends" should be retained for the good it has done for the community.
Brian Jarvis reflects on his personal experience with South Carolina's gubernatorial woes and his gratitude for Missouri's relatively low-key chief executive.
As the City of Columbia seeks to trim its budget, street-lighting has come under review from city officials. Options are varied and touch on the issues of both cost and energy consumption.
Dan Imler sells rare and vintage baseball memorabila for hundreds of thousands of dollars. Mike French sells baseball cards for a few dollars a pack. Both are feeling the effects of a down economy in different ways.
After the Honduran coup, the Global Journalist discusses the possibility of a resolution and how this coup stacks up with past conflicts in Latin America.
All animals at the Humane Society can be adopted for $75 during a promotion that runs Thursday through Sunday.
The transport division, which employs 35 people and has been profitable for the past few years, will reach the end of its contract on August 31 and MFA Oil might not renew the contract.
Curious George visited with some of his biggest fans Thursday at the YouZeum in Columbia.
Local law enforcement agency Web sites offer a variety of tools for residents looking to learn more about crime in their area. The Columbia Police Department announced Friday a new Web site for mapping crime.
The new facility could triple the space for the college's rapidly expanding science department. Groundbreaking for the building is set to take place in four years.
Among the men to plead guilty Friday was Eric Coats, 21, who was identified by an assistant U.S. attorney as the leader of the Cut Throat gang.
Cottleville Mayor Don Yarber said Friday that the Board of Aldermen unanimously passed a resolution Thursday urging Missouri legislators to legalize access to medical marijuana for Missourians who have a doctor's approval.
The law requires new owners of foreclosed properties to give renters at least 10 days notice to move out.
MU's student-run radio station delivered its first broadcast Thursday, concluding a five-month hiatus. KCOU's signal is now broadcasting from Schurz Hall.
Partners in Education is celebrating its 25th year of connecting local schools and businesses.
MU is one university taking part in the Ford Foundation initiative, which aims to promote dialogue on college campuses.