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Tolton quarterback drops soccer for chance to lead football team

Tolton football player Christian Elliot switched from playing soccer to being the starting quarterback last year after a competition with teammate Caleb Lucero.

Willingham gives Hickman football fourth option in backfield

The Kewpies began the season with a three-man rotation of upperclassmen at running back. But the emergence of sophomore Marshall Willingham has made the Hickman backfield even more crowded.

Coach Ofodile's son an asset for Rock Bridge football team

Rock Bridge sophomore wide receiver Alex Ofodile is in the middle of his first season under his father, A.J. Ofodile, the Bruins' varsity head coach.

Hickman fans swarm Faurot Field after Providence Bowl victory

Rock Bridge's 3-game winning streak in the series comes to an end.

GUEST COMMENTARY: What I really want you to know about Columbia, S.C.

Thomas Barclay, an MU student, expresses his mixed emotions about the Missourian's previous article on his home town, Columbia, S.C.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: See numbers as colors, hear tones in numbers

Julia Williams, the Missourian reader, says it is possible for anyone to perceive the qualities inherent in the numbers.

Police searching for suspect of Boone County National Bank robbery

A robbery occurred at the Charles-Road Boone County National Bank on Friday afternoon.

Portion of U.S. 63 to close while constructing new J-turns

The existing southbound lanes on U.S. Highway 63 will be closed from 8:30 a.m. Sept. 25 to 10 a.m. Sept. 26.

Columbia College soccer coaches double up duties by coaching women's team

The Columbia College men and women's soccer teams will play Saturday at Graceland University.

Truman Memorial Veteran honors prisoners of war during World War II

World War II veteran Ralph Kalberloh recalls his experience as a prisoner of war in Germany almost 70 years ago.

Small-business owners learn from money guru Dave Ramsey

Radio host, financial author and motivational speaker Dave Ramsey and his team offered tips on running small businesses through the EntreLeadership seminar on Friday.


Robbery at Passions Adult Entertainment Store prompts school lockdown

A robbery at Passions Adult Entertainment Store caused Columbia's Field School to be placed on lockdown Friday afternoon.

MU TIGER CHALLENGE: What was the best moment of the Arizona State game?

Join the MU Tiger Challenge game for the chance to win $100 to $1,000 this football season.

Missouri soccer thrills big crowd with late victory

Redshirt freshman Lauren Flynn scored the game-winning goal with 11 minutes remaining in the Tigers' SEC home opener.

Judi Kaye Hourigan, Feb. 9,1944-Sept. 19 2012

Mrs. Hourigan, 68, died on Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2012.

 

FROM READERS: Waiting for fall

Photographer John Hall shares his images of mid-Missouri's transition from summer to fall.

Shirley Mae Frasier worked at hospital and U.S. Postal Service

Ms. Frasier is remembered as a graduate of Chamois High School. She was 77.

Shirley Mae Frasier, Aug. 10, 1935-Sept. 20, 2012

Shirley Frasier, 77, died on Thursday, Sept. 20, 2012.

Cardinals blow late lead, lose in Carpenter's return

The pitcher returned to the mound for the first time since winning Game 7 of the World Series against the Texas Rangers.

Danny Amendola's NFL record-setting day part of process

Danny Amendola tied an NFL record with 12 first-half receptions in Week 2. The St. Louis Rams' wide receiver might get some extra attention this week at Chicago.

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