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Columbia Better Business Bureau will host 'shred day'

The new bureau hopes this inaugural event will help raise awareness about identity theft.

Hickman volleyball team making the grade

This season's Kewpies girls volleyball team has set the highest team grade point average for the program.

Localvores discuss barriers to local food movement

Food, Fuel and Society panelists and conference members discussed cost and accessibility as barriers to local food markets.

Columbia School Board approves new language arts materials

Some board and community members voiced concern that the new materials will not do enough to boost the performance of minority students.

Rock Bridge boys soccer team defeats Hickman

The Rock Bridge boys soccer team defeated visiting Hickman 4-0 on Tuesday evening.

MU hosts Food, Fuel and Society conference

The Food, Fuel and Society Conference at MU's Reynold's Journalism Institute drew about 170 participants Tuesday.

MU women's golfers in 10th at Dale McNamara Invitational

 The Missouri women's golf team is in 10th place after two days of play at the Dale McNamara Invitational at the Patriot in Owasso, Okla.

 

ROSE NOLEN: Accept different groups in America; don't hate them

The recent cyber-bullying  that led to the suicide of a Rutgers student is just one example of growing intolerance.

Civil rights complaints in schools on the rise

Complaints show racial disparities in school discipline and districts with harsh zero-tolerance policies.

Mohler patriarch moves to top of trial slate

Burrell Mohler, his three sons and his brother are all accused of molesting family  members in Lafayette County during a 10-year period.

UPDATE: Miners begin to surface from 69-day ordeal

Grateful miners are greeted by tearful family and jubilant officials as weeks of drilling and planning finally pay off.

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