Ultimate Frisbee kicked off its summer leagues Tuesday. Fresa Jacobs, the league coordinator, started the Ultimate Frisbee summer leagues in 2002 for those who were interested in organized play for the summer. This year, 96 people signed up.
A farewell celebration was held Sunday afternoon for the Rev. Bill Haney. He has served Columbia's Unitarian Universalist Church for 21 years.
With record numbers of homeless veterans on the streets, the Welcome Home Shelter is kicking off a fundraising campaign to move into a larger facility.
The United States Marine Corps AV-8B Harrier demonstration was the headline of the air show Saturday.
Missouri softball pitcher Kristin Nottelmann was like Harry Houdini. She didn’t escape from a straitjacket, but she got herself out of several tight situations in a 1-0 super regional victory over Oregon on Saturday in a super regional opener at University Field.
The year-long planning process is nearly complete, and the bride is only a day away from walking down the aisle. On the eve of her big day, her father looks back at the lessons he hopes to share with other first-time fathers of a bride.
Tiffany Piper is only 16 years old and has already competed in competitions such as Nationals and World Championships for New Zealand.
Phil Strader, last year’s champion in the Practical Event Metallic Division, competed in the Bianchi Cup for the fifth time this weekend in Hallsville.
In Missouri, the state government has refused to pass a law allowing local governments to revise its budgets midyear, and considered merging highway patrol and water patrol departments, even though some counties are ill-equipped for it. Other states are scaling back by closing parks and fire departments.
The next plan to stop the worst oil spill in U.S. history will take at least four days to implement.
Three crew members of the USS Columbia attended the 16th annual reception for members of the city's namesake vessel.
Two veterans spoke to students about their experiences in the armed forces and the importance of education.
A Columbia man was arrested on methamphetamine charges Friday in the 700 block of Business Loop 70, according to a news release.
Forty-three students graduated from Columbia's alternative high school on Friday night.
Mourners gathered at the airport as the Patriot Guard Riders escorted his body to the funeral home.
Although its editors made a decision to pass on coverage of the most recent Central Missouri Honor Flight trip, the Missourian should be seeking out an innovative way to report on these kinds of recurring events.