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Fallen Missouri firefighters to be added to memorial

Three new names will be etched on the fallen firefighters memorial this weekend in Maryland.

Strong first half not enough to lead Rock Bridge past Helias

The Bruins' lack of momentum in the second half lead to a 31-28 defeat.

Rodes strong but Kewpies fall to Rockhurst

Dylan Rodes played well despite a shoulder injury, but it wasn't enough for Hickman.

Helias downs Rock Bridge football in close game

The Bruins fell to 3-3 on the season following Friday's 31-28 loss to Helias. Mark Pickerel had three touchdown passes in the game for Rock Bridge.

Kewpies fall to Rockhurst 34-13

Share your Roots 'N' Blues stories and photos

Share your Roots 'N' Blues photos, videos, stories and reviews by e-mailing submissions@mymissourian.com.

MU soccer falls to Oklahoma State

The Tigers had five shots saved by Cowgirl sophomore goalkeeper Adrianna Franch 

MU soccer loses to No. 8 Oklahoma State

Hickman football trails Rockhurst 21-0 at half

No. 8 Oklahoma State leads MU soccer at half

MU swim team holds intersquad meet

Despite the meet being between teammates, the competition was fierce.

Proposition B TV advertising backed by out-of-state money

The campaign in support of Proposition B, Missourians for the Protection of Dogs, has raised $2.38 million this year. Only about 3 percent of the contributions came from Missouri residents and groups.

Columbia College men's soccer demolishes Williams Baptist on the road

The Cougars are now 6-3 this season.

True North nonprofit organization of Columbia condemns EEOC lawsuit

The lawsuit from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission comes in the wake of accusations that a former employee was fired unlawfully and a current employee was demoted unlawfully.

City Council to review proposed SWAT ordinance

The proposed ordinance would limit who controls SWAT raids and how operations should be conducted by police.

Columbia downtown housing not meeting demand

Columbia is not meeting the demands for downtown housing, according to Carrie Gartner, executive director for The District.

 

Meeting to offer discourse on Rock Bridge Memorial State Park

The public is invited to a meeting on Tuesday to talk about Rock Bridge Memorial State Park. The annual meeting is a chance for people to say what they think about the park's operations.

Columbia branch of NAACP to march in Washington, D.C.

The One Nation March will host several Missouri branches of the NAACP for its demonstration on Saturday in Washington, D.C.

TODAY'S QUESTION: Do you like late starts for Missouri football home games?

Oct. 9's game is scheduled for 6 p.m. Do you prefer home football games starting at night or in the afternoon?

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