As of Friday, all residents were required to have left Columbia Regency mobile home park. The park was controversially rezoned in November. Plans call for student apartments to be built in its place.
The deadline for all residents to move out of Columbia Regency mobile home park was Thursday. A series of photos show the park now and scenes from the park in fall 2011 when residents first heard of plans for the park to be closed and student housing to be built in its stead.
After struggling at the end of the season, the Tigers found success in the Big 12 tournament to earn a berth in national postseason play. They start NCAA regional play Friday in Tucson, Ariz.
Pastor. Chaplain. Sheriff? Meet Mike Bonham, the pastor of a Maries County church and the county chaplain. He's running for Osage County Sheriff, with faith and law enforcement in the balance.
Volunteers play an integral role at the Special Olympics State Summer Games. Whether it's cheering on the athletes, setting up the events or monitoring the health of competitors, volunteers make the games possible.
Thirty-one veterans from 12 regiments of the Union Army are buried in Columbia Cemetery. Of those, 11 served with the 62nd Regiment, United States Colored Infantry. It's time we honored their contribution.
Exactly 300 signatures of registered First Ward voters will be needed to initiate a recall election.
During the meeting, State Representative Chris Kelly, D-Columbia, spoke against personal attacks on Columbia City Council members and efforts to recall Fred Schmidt from the First Ward.
The disc golfers in Columbia have proved to be devout about their sport. The members of the club have been putting in their own time and labor to help keep the courses in top shape.
The hard fact of present-day literary art is that it's the small, independent and university presses who are single-handedly rescuing new and emerging writers from the chaotic neglect of what few major publishing houses remain.
Missouri softball players Chelsea Thomas and Ashley Fleming were named All-Americans on Wednesday.
Long finished in 43rd place at the NCAA Regional Championships in the 2011-12 season after finishing in the top 25 at every other tournament he competed in. Long is the seventh Missouri golfer ever to qualify individually for the regional championships.
Guests will have an opportunity to see, taste and experience the event as artists, food vendors and live entertainers share their talents with Columbia on Saturday and Sunday. .
SEC coach Steve Spurrier thinks revenue-income sports should share income with student-athletes.
Columbia residents might experience temporary problems with water service as the Fire Department begins annual fire hydrant testing.
A former St. Louis Rams equipment manager is suing the organization claiming he was fired as a result of age discrimination.
He served in the Air Force for nearly 20 years, retiring with the rank of captain.
The noise from the Brookside on College debris cleanup woke one neighbor up early Thursday morning. The majority of the lot has already been cleared.
May wrapped up with 3.52 inches less than the average rainfall of 4.83 inches. This dry month has only been topped by its predecessors in 1901 and 1911.
James Kroon was an avid traveler and had visited every state in the nation except Alaska and was planning a motorcycle tour of Australia and Europe.