The machine produces tablets of corncobs, wood and grasses to be burned as fuel. Benefits of using compacted biomass include decreased carbon dioxide emissions and lower transportation costs for hauling the same amount of material.
A look at why people who are from the Lone Star State love telling you why they are
Members of Goshen Primitive Baptist Church in Hartsburg are nearly finished repairing the tombstones damaged by vandals June 26-27.
A report on the scope of the obesity problem in Missouri from the Department of Health and Senior Services.
In an interview after announcing his retirement as chief executive officer of the Missouri Theatre, Eric Staley said the theater needs more money and a structural reorganization.
Registration is required for first-time voters and new Missouri residents, and for people who have changed their address or name.
Every week, readers of ColumbiaMissourian.com offer their opinions on the news and the Missourian's coverage of it. Here, we offer you a digest of some of the conversations we found most interesting, including highlights of the 24 comments offered on a column about the oil spill.
Columbia police said the three recent incidents of shots fired are related, but they have not identified a reason behind the sudden increase of gun violence.
A medical examiner said the body, suspected to be Edward Acosta's, suffered injuries consistent with a fall.
Most wind energy is generated on large-scale farms, but if it were produced at a smaller home or business level, residents say that could lead to self-sufficency for those involved.
Waco, a Labrador Retriever, works with the students at the Youth In Need Head Start preschool in Wentzville, helping them remain calm and focused in the classroom.
The SEMO Animal Rescue Alliance finds pilots to volunteer their time to fly animals from shelters to new homes, even if they are hundreds of miles away.
Snoop Dogg and Ice Cube plan to bring their “How the West Was One” tour to Columbia on Friday, July 30, to celebrate of The Blue Note’s 30th anniversary.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol identified the victim as Curtis D. Stallo of Salisbury.