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Pros and passers-by help paint Bike Boulevard mural

Jessie Starbuck volunteers some time to help paint the mural on the new Bike Boulevard at the intersection of Ash and St. Joseph streets on Saturday. Painting began around 8 a.m. and ended around 5 p.m.

Art and mobility teamed up Saturday in the North Central neighborhood to beautify Columbia and promote biking.

LETTER: KOMU made big mistake letting Paul Pepper go one year ago

Columbia resident still supports "Radio Friends with Paul Pepper" a year after its move from KOMU/Channel 8.

T.J. Moe steps up for Missouri football team

In his first start for the Missouri football team, T.J. Moe, a sophomore, was the standout wide receiver in Missouri’s 23-13 win against Illinois. He caught 13 receptions for 101 yards and scored the team’s first touchdown of the day.

Missouri football seizes second-half momentum against Illinois

Coach Pinkel tells his playmakers at the break that they have to step up and gets more offense from Gabbert and his wide receivers.

Gettis' interception helps Missouri football secure first win

Carl Gettis' one-handed interception in the fourth quarter securely placed all the momentum on Missouri's side and helped lead the team to a 23-13 victory over Illinois.

Freshman a fine fill-in for Hickman softball team

Freshmen Riley Wilson is making a difference for the Kewpies softball team this season after filling in for injured junior pitcher Callie Sapp.

Springfield case seeking red-light fine reimbursement dismissed

A court ruled that fines generated from on red-light cameras tickets did not violate the constitutional rights of the drivers.

Columbia woman hospitalized after falling down stairwell in bar

A 19-year-old woman, whose blood alcohol concentration was four times the legal limit, was hospitalized Saturday after she fell from an internal stairwell at Quinton's Bar & Deli.

Newly proposed energy efficiency codes meet opposition

The Columbia City Council plans to review energy efficiency options for modifying the building code.

Big second quarter sparks Rock Bridge football win

Rock Bridge got going after a 45-minute delay and a scoreless first quarter to post 43 points on Riverview Gardens. Quarterback Mark Pickerel connected for two passing touchdowns and ran for two more.

LETTER: Oil that spilled into the Gulf is hardly gone

Despite the word of official sources,  oil remains in the Gulf.

Columbia College volleyball team reaches milestone at tournament

The Columbia College volleyball team notched the program's 1,000th win Friday, but lost the final match of the Quality Inn Classic on Saturday.

Mizzou volleyball sweeps to another victory

The Missouri volleyball team's winning streak continued Saturday at the Pepperdine Asics Challenge, sweeping Rice 25-18, 25-21, 27-25.

Hickman softball team splits doubleheader

The Hickman softball team split a doubleheader Saturday, defeating Ursuline Academy from St. Louis 9-7, but falling to Wentzville’s Holt 3-1.

Rock Bridge soccer team cruises on the road

Junior Matt Kelly orchestrated the attack Saturday for the Rock Bridge soccer team, getting two assists and finding the back of the net twice in a 6-0 victory at Marshall.

Columbia College volleyball loses to Texas-Brownsville

The Cougars finished 3-1 in the Quality Inn Classic on Saturday at the Arena of Southwell Complex.

Gov. Jay Nixon announces jobs project in Perryville

A new expansion project passed by Gov. Jay Nixon on the Sabreliner facility in Perryville is expected to create 400 new jobs and $5 million in state economic incentives.

Rock Bridge volleyball team struggles against Ozark

The Rock Bridge girls volleyball team lost 25-14, 25-16 Saturday to visiting Ozark.

Hickman boys runners sixth at St. Charles

The Hickman boys cross county team placed sixth Saturday at the St Charles Invitational and the girls team placed 10th.

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