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Kansas City conference to focus on school bullying, depression

When the American School Health Association meets in Kansas City next week, there will be talk about how to create safe schools.

Freshman tailback Torres leaves Buffs

The third-string running back left to deal with personal issues.

Monsanto posts smaller loss in fourth quarter

Revenue increased for the St. Louis-based seed company, as it aims to shift its focus more to developing new strains of genetically engineered crops and less on producing herbicides and pesticides.

Facebook down, then back up, hours before announcement

A spokeswoman didn't say when Facebook began acting up, but the phrase "Facebook Isnt Working" was one of the top trending topics on Twitter.

Rock Bridge girls tennis team wins district title

The Rock Bridge girls tennis team beat Jefferson City 9-0 on Wednesday at Bethel Park to win the Class 2, District 9  tournament. It was the 12th year in a row the Bruins claimed the district title.

MU volleyball swept by No. 3 Nebraska

Senior Paola Ampudia had 14 kills, freshman Molly Kreklow had 26 assists, and senior Caitlyn Vann had 11 digs for the Tigers.

 

Columbia College soccer team drops road game

The Columbia College soccer team lost 1-0 to McKendree on Wednesday night in an American Midwest Conference game in Lebanon, Ill.

Columbia College men's soccer falls to McKendree

The loss drops the Cougars' record to 6-4.

Former U.S. Rep. and Kansas City servant Karen McCarthy dies

McCarthy was among a dozen Democrats dubbed the "lucky 13" when they won amid the 1994 GOP landslide that switched control of Congress.

Columbia College volleyball team nets seventh AMC win

The Columbia College volleyball team swept Park 25-18, 25-17, 25-20 on Tuesday night in Parkville to improve to 19-2 overall and 7-0 in American Midwest Conference play.

Career Center, Village Glass Works partner through art classes

Village Glass Works now provides classes in partnership with the Columbia Area Career Center in order to help residents advance their adult education and express themselves creatively. 

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