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Distractions don't stop Rock Bridge volleyball team

The biggest challenge for the Rock Bridge girls volleyball team in its match Monday night against East St. Louis might have been the Flyers' junior varsity team, which was cheering from the stands.

Stephens Lake Park amphitheater to reopen in March

The amphitheater was first opened in June but shut down due to weather-related  construction delays.

Pass the pie: Canned pumpkin shortage is over

The weather-induced shortage that lead to some people payingup to $6 on Ebay for canned pumpkins is now over. Nestle, the main producer of canned pumpkin, says that it planted extra pumpkin this year and that so far one-third of its harvest has been completed.

GUEST COLUMN: Missouri landowners still not sold on elk plan

A recent meeting about reintroducing wild elk into parts of Missouri showed that landowners have unanswered questions and remain skeptical about whether they would benefit from the plan.

Rock Bridge softball beats Helias

Dropped catch opens door for Bruins' win.

MU recruits students with disabilities to work at election polls

The Truman School's Institute for Public Policy would like to recruit 15 to 20 students to help with the November election.

Farmers struggle as dry weather blankets east

Inland areas of Pennsylvania, the mid-Atlantic, Ohio and parts of New Jersey to Maine have been the driest. The dry weather has yet to affected consumers.

 

One driver injured in two-car accident

Columbia Police apprehended one of the drivers in Douglass Park, after he ran from the scene of the accident.

Large numbers turn out for Alzheimer's Memory Walk

The Alzheimer's Association raised more than $27,000 at its annual Memory Walk on Sunday.

Columbia USBC City Tournament deadline approaching

Bowlers have until Oct. 4 to sign-up for the tournament.

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