Karl Skala has spent more on travel than any other ward council member while assuming leadership on national committees. Voters will decide if it presents an issue.
The importance of the 2010 census goes much further than a population count.
Without a permanent residence, some populations are difficult to count.
The National Gay and Lesbian Task Force has created a "Queer the Census" campaign, aiming to add a question about sexual orientation to the census.
Entering Big 12 Conference play Saturday, Missouri softball coach Ehren Earleywine said he thinks this season's team has a better chance than last year's team at winning the conference's regular season title.
Columbia City Council makes its policy on an ad hoc basis with little record of actions taken by the council.
Columbia's mayor and city manager recommend residents vote "yes" on five propositions on the April 6 ballot.
Anxieties come from two sides: if the bond issue passes and if it doesn't. If it passes, concerns include future funding and staffing of proposed new schools and possible losses of current programs. If it doesn't pass, concerns include overcrowding in schools, funding for maintenance of current facilities and missing out on a good economic climate in which to build.
There are five proposed amendments on the ballot for the April 6 election.
Shepard Boulevard Elementary is the first school in Missouri to implement the Leader In Me program into their curriculum.
Officials cite the school's lack of finances and facility issues.
The city is hoping to woo the Internet giant to bring high-speed broadband to mid-Missouri.
Police believed a man had returned to Columbia after escaping from jail.
The 13 positions that Columbia Public Schools is eliminating will affect West Boulevard Elementary, Lee Elementary and Midway Elementary, among others.
Government means dealing with real issues and real people, and Jerry Wade is the right person for the task.
Suart Loory and guests discuss the drug war in Mexico and how the problem can be eliminated.
The grant was provided by the Mr. Holland's Opus Foundation, a national nonprofit that aids young, at-risk musicians.
The board agreed to raise the application fee $5, and returning students will pay a $15 application fee next spring.
TODAY'S QUESTION: What should Columbia do to count the "hard-to-count" population in the 2010 Census?
It's time to fill out the 2010 Census. The city could miss out on federal benefits if everyone isn't counted.
A water breach destroyed part of an AmerenUE water reservoir five years ago. The electric company is rebuilding the structure in southeast Missouri.