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Thomas tosses another no-hitter, Missouri softball beats Oklahoma State

Missouri softball beat Oklahoma State 4-0 on Friday afternoon at University Field.

Thomas has thrown seven no-hitters and three perfect games in her career. By now, her fans, teammates and coaches are used to them.

Missouri men's basketball team adds new assistant coach

Ryan Miller, who previously served as an assistant coach at New Mexico, has been brought on as an assistant coach for the Missouri men's basketball team.

DEAR READER: A graduation tribute to you

Readers of the Missourian make our work at the School of Journalism worthwhile.

Dunn, Floyd lead White Sox past Royals 5-0

 Adam Dunn's long homer to right off Felipe Paulino gave the White Sox the lead in the first. Dunn's sixth homer in his last 10 games was enough offense for Floyd (3-3), who allowed five hits, struck out five and walked two in 7 2-3 innings.

 

Dear Freshman Self, here are the things I would have done differently

MU's graduating seniors offer advice based on their experiences while attending university.

Seniors reflect on their time at MU

Five graduating students from MU share lessons they would write in a letter to their freshman selves.

Missouri baseball falls to Memphis at home

Missouri is scheduled to play the second game of its three-game series against Memphis at 2 p.m. Saturday.

Rams rookies see some familiar faces

 Coach Jeff Fisher said Friday that he wants the 37 rookies and two second-year players to have that comfort level. The two-day camp is more to learn about expectations than to have the playbook memorized.

Elizabeth Batterton Douglass Windmiller, March 28, 1915 — April 23, 2012, of Columbia

Elizabeth Batterton Douglass Windmiller grew up on a large farm near McBaine. After raising four children, Windmiller taught millinery in the fashion department at Stephens College.

Elizabeth Batterton Douglass Windmiller was active in the community, recalled living 'A Country Life'

Elizabeth Batterton Douglass Windmiller grew up on a farm near McBaine. She taught millinery in the fashion department at Stephens College and was extremely active in the local community.

Crockett Engineering wins 2012 Small Business of the Year award

Columbia Chamber of Commerce presented the award to Crockett Engineering Consultants LLC on Friday.

MU College of Engineering sends off nearly 340 graduates

The College of Engineering at MU held its graduation ceremony Friday, celebrating around 340 graduates.

School board expected to vote on increase in lunch prices

The Columbia School Board is expected to vote on a proposed increase in school lunch prices and policy updates regarding disclosing information about former employees. The board will meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday at the Columbia City Council Chambers.

Jay Dix Challenge to Cure run to benefit cancer research

The Jay Dix Challenge to Cure run will take place Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Proceeds from the event will go toward funding and improving cancer research. 

Martha Vivian Morris enjoyed spending time with her family

Bike, Walk and Wheel Week still rolling despite smaller budget

With less than $1,000 to use for the event, Columbia's Parks and Recreation department got creative when planning the 11th annual Bike, Walk and Wheel Week.

Missouri experiences record warm start in 2012

This has been the warmest year since 1874, when the National Weather Service's St. Louis branch began keeping state temperature records.

BOONE LIFE: Columbia brewer enjoys being able to share beer with friends, family

Jeff Menter didn't always appreciate the taste of beer, but now considers his Sunday brewing sessions akin to beer church. He said the best part of the process is being able to share it with others.

Martha Vivian Morris, Nov. 23, 1928 - May 10, 2012, formerly of Columbia

FROM READERS: Wesley and Wilma Wren go house shopping

Missourian reader John Hall shares pictures of two wrens he named Wesley and Wilma.

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