Traffic will be restricted on East Broadway during the parade, and parts of North Fifth Street will be closed while the parade disperses. The parade begins at 3 p.m.
At a meeting Friday afternoon, Daryl Dudley defended his proposed amendments to ward reapportionment Trial D. Some residents of his ward have responded to his proposal for redrawing the city's ward boundaries with accusations of gerrymandering and plans to replace the councilman.
Missouri has seen a sharp drop in tax revenues on corporations and franchises so far this fiscal year, but revenue from individual income taxes has risen.
College football powerhouses should stop kidding themselves about academic ideals, and athletes should be fairly compensated for their play.
Trial D will disunite Columbia residents, and result in hostility between them and their neighborhoods.
Unsavory lending, borrowing and banking practices push vulnerable people further and further into debt. More protective policies and stronger truth-in-lending laws could help limit this, but perpetrators of such practices should be held accountable.
One Sky-One World has been going on across the country for more than 20 years. Columbia's event will be held at Cosmo-Bethel Park; it's free and open to all ages.
Businesses were contacted during the summer, and four banks have been chosen as sites for new library drop-off boxes.
Quarterback Logan Fitch leads the Kewpies.
Students, parents and teachers participated in various activities at Fairview Elementary School's Fever Festival on Friday, including face painting, hair dyeing and a cake walk.
The 52nd Annual Boone County Art Show opens Saturday morning, leaving volunteers and participants with less than 24 hours to transform Boone County National Bank into mid-Missouri's largest art gallery.
Rock Bridge and Hickman high schools prepared for their homecoming football games with a joint parade on Friday afternoon.
A Columbia couple's monthlong trip down the Ohio, Mississippi and Missouri rivers becomes a time to reflect on their riverboating roots and to be with family.
The city has received two grants totaling $10,000, which will be used toward the purchase of recycling bins for three apartment complexes and eight city office buildings.
MU graduate students have helped nonprofit organizations receive grants for financial assistance.
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Black animals make up about 40 percent of the "less adoptable" pets at the Central Missouri Humane Society.
The MU Centennial Homecoming Blood Drive breaks national record for four-day blood drives with 4,839 pints.
Nominations are due to the city's Division of Human Services by Nov. 29.
Debi Hake was diagnosed with breast cancer in May 2010 and competed in a triathlon a year later. Although her training was difficult and revolved around her treatment schedule, Hake was determined to do her best.