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Magazine salespeople scam residents with fake fundraiser

Columbia residents should be on the lookout for magazine subscription salespeople claiming to be from the Ronald McDonald House.

BOONE LIFE: Centralia HS football team on a roll

Despite their flawless record this year, the Centralia Panthers work to keep their focus.

Study: Scholarship athletes still pay for school

College athletes whose academic expenses aren't fully covered by scholarships could be more susceptible to the influence of money-wielding sports agents.

Former Kansas City-area educator named to Missouri post

Pamela Coleman has 30 years of teaching and administration experience in Missouri and has lectured throughout the U.S. She takes on the job of deputy commissioner of the state's Department of Elementary and Secondary Education on Dec. 6.

Freshmen stand out in Columbia College soccer team's victory.

Columbia College freshman forward Trey Bristow's second-half goal helped clinch a 2-0 victory for the Cougars on Tuesday night against visiting Missouri S&T. Freshman goalkeeper Matt McKenna earned the shutout.

Columbia College volleyball team sweeps Park

The Columbia College volleyball team made quick work of Park University on Tuesday, defeating them 25-12, 25-15, 25-13 at Southwell Complex.

Missouri Supreme Court upholds deputy sheriff pay fund

Lawmakers passed legislation in 2008 ordering Missouri sheriffs to collect an extra $10 to serve court documents, after a report found deputies' pay was so low that some qualified for public assistance.

Hickman wins final regular season soccer game

The Hickman boys soccer team won 2-0 at Camdenton on Tuesday night in the Kewpies' final regular season game.

MU soccer team earns conference awards

Paula Pritzen, a senior goalkeeper, and Danielle Nottingham, a freshman midfielder, earned weekly Big 12 Conference awards for the Missouri women's soccer team.

Columbia College soccer team defeats Missouri S&T

The Columbia College men's soccer team defeated Missouri Science and Technology 2-0 Tuesday night at Owens Stadium.

PHOTOS: Candy Factory prepares for Halloween

Employees at The Candy Factory in downtown Columbia say they have spent the past two weeks preparing candy such as candy apples and gummy tarantulas for Halloween.

Nominations open for 2011 Columbia Image Awards

The biennial award recognizes businesses and institutional leaders who have dedicated their time to enhancing parts of the city.

Tell us which of these posters you like best

We're asking Missourian readers to pick from one of three poster designs to commemorate the Tigers big homecoming victory over Oklahoma.

Columbia soldier dies after suffering war wounds

Sgt. 1st Class Charles M. Sadell, 34, was serving in Afghanistan. He was wounded Oct. 5 when insurgents attacked his unit using an improvised explosive device.

LETTER: Vote yes on Proposition B

Proposition B makes sense as a way to protect animals from abuse at puppy mills.

 

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