When city meets county: Richland Road project would transform rural area

Paul Hinshaw poses for a portrait next to the lake in his backyard on Friday near Richland Road. Hinshaw has lived in Columbia his whole life and off Richland for three years. If the Richland Road rezoning request is approved by the Columbia City Council on Monday, Hinshaw's home will be surrounded by residential and commercial development on three sides.

The proposed 271-acre development, which could be approved by the Columbia City Council on Monday night, would expand Columbia's borders to the east and force those looking for a rural lifestyle farther outside the city.

DEAR READER: MPA awards suggest there are two fine newspapers in town

The Missourian and the Columbia Daily Tribune have both been recognized for excellence by the Missouri Press Association.

Missouri football team quiets doubters at Texas A&M

The Tigers quieted one of the most intimidating crowds in the Big 12 Conference in their 30-9 win over the Aggies at College Station, Texas.

Missouri vs. Oklahoma football game set for 7 p.m.

The Missouri football team's game against Oklahoma next Saturday in Columbia has been scheduled for a 7 p.m. kickoff and will be televised on ABC.

Army truck provides unique draw at Aggie tailgate

Tim Folley and his buddies’ tailgate attracts attention. Sizzling fajita meat and never-ending sausage links bring old friends together, but it’s the Army truck that draws first-timers.

Wes Kemp catches on for Missouri football team

 Wes Kemp was the standout wide receiver in College Station, Texas, on Saturday, when he caught 10 passes for 89 yards in Missouri's 30-9 victory over Texas A&M.

UPDATE: MU faculty considering policy to revoke degrees

Leona Rubin, chairwoman of MU Faculty Council, said the discussion about formalizing the procedure is just beginning and likely will be handled first within the Intercampus Faculty Council, the body that represents all four campuses.


PHOTO GALLERY: Tigers beat Texas A&M 30-9

The Tigers played the Aggies on Saturday at Kyle Field in College Station, Texas.


Missouri freshman setter a leader for Missouri volleyball team

Freshman setter Molly Kreklow has been a consistent player and leader for Missouri despite injuries.

Missouri volleyball defeats Baylor in four sets

Tigers win their second straight Big 12 match to improve their record to 13-7 (5-5).

Attendees go nuts for the eighth annual Missouri Chestnut Roast

The eighth annual Missouri Chestnut Roast festival came to New Franklin on Saturday and taught festivalgoers various ways to cook the "un-nut."

Parents, children turn out for fun at Tiger Family Fest

To celebrate Make-A-Difference Month, the MU College of Education's ParentLink program held a fundraising event and provided resources to parents.

Rock Bridge softball team happy with finish

Although the Rock Bridge softball team was eliminated from state competition Saturday after a loss to Webb City, the Bruins had a successful season.

Columbia-based Providence Bank acquires Premier Bank

Aggressive lending led to the bank's demise, said the commissioner of the Missouri Division of Finance.

MU softball finishes fall season with unblemished record

The Tigers swept a doubleheader on Saturday to finish with an 8-0 record for their fall season.

Columbia man arrested on multiple warrants

Columbia police and Boone County Sheriff's deputies found the man hiding in a closet.

Clean Sweep volunteers tidy up Columbia streams

Volunteers in the annual Clean Sweep cleaned nearly one ton of trash from streams and stream banks around Columbia.

Missouri football team defeats Texas A&M 30-9

The Missouri defense was impressive in a 30-9 victory over Texas A&M on Saturday in College Station, Texas, holding the Aggies to just a field goal and a touchdown.

Missouri men's basketball opens practice

The Missouri Men's basketball team officially started its season Friday with its first practice.

UM faculty considering policy to revoke degrees

Leona Rubin, chairwoman of MU Faculty Council, said she mentioned the need for a degree revocation process during a general faculty council meeting this month.