Bernard Daniel Simon served in WWII, enjoyed serving Columbia

Mr. Simon enjoyed serving the community and had positions on numerous community boards and committees.

Hickman senior wins girls race at Laker 5K cross-country meet

Kewpies senior Nicole Mello finished in 18 minutes and 8 seconds at Saturday's Laker 5K at Ha Ha Tonka State Park.

Bernard Daniel "B.D." Simon, Jr., July 10, 1916-Sept. 26, 2012, of Columbia

Bernard Daniel Simon, Jr. of Columbia died September 26, 2012. He was 96.

Nationals edge Cardinals in 10 innings

The Washington Nationals cut their magic number for winning the NL East to one Saturday night, beating St. Louis 6-4 on Kurt Suzuki's two-run double in the 10th inning.

Abreu's single in 14th gives Royals win over Indians

Tony Abreu's two-out single in the 14th inning gave Kansas City a 7-6 win over the Cleveland Indians on Saturday night, snapping the Royals' six-game losing streak.

Chargers, Chiefs in another Arrowhead showdown

The Chargers return to Kansas City for an early season AFC West matchup that has implications for the top of the division.

Seahawks' defense has Rams' attention

The Rams are saddled with a patchwork offensive line minus two standouts that had considerable difficulty protecting quarterback Sam Bradford last week.

Big plays help Missouri beat Central Florida, 21-16

The Missouri Tigers used quick strikes to score and beat the University of Central Florida Knights 21-16 Saturday in Orlando.

MISSOURI FOOTBALL: Tigers defeat Central Florida Knights, 21-16

The Missouri Tigers defeated the Central Florida Knights, 21-16, on Saturday in Orlando, Fla.

TIGER KICKOFF: Team comedian Kip Edwards is serious on game day

Missouri's Kip Edwards is the team barber, comedian and leader in fumble recoveries.


Loyal support keeps Columbia Entertainment Company going

Columbia's community theater companies are going strong thanks to enthusiastic volunteers, involved families and dedicated audiences.

Columbia expects new head of information technology to address technological difficulties

As Bob Simms resigns his position as the city's head of information technology, Columbia is looking to employ a new leader who can resolve city's current technological challenges.

Charter amendment sets blighted land requirements to limit Columbia's eminent domain

The Columbia City Council proposed a charter amendment that would require a city to only acquire properties that have been declared blighted.

Tigers tweet about South Carolina loss, getting old, what they're eating

This week, Missouri football players tweeted reactions to their loss to the Gamecocks. Many seemed to remain positive and hopeful.

Ten things you didn't know about Central Florida

The University of Central Florida may have been around for less than 50 years, but its history includes a dragon, comedian Daniel Tosh, an annual pool party and President Richard Nixon.


TIGERS REPORT: Central Florida game an opportunity to settle Tigers' quarterback dispute

Fans and sports analysts have begun to question Missouri quarterback James Franklin's ability to carry the Tigers in the SEC. Saturday's game against Central Florida could be an opportunity to settle a potential quarterback controversy.


UPDATE: Veteran Tribune humor columnist and Columbia icon Irene Haskins dies at 84

Ms. Haskins, a weekly humor columnist for the Columbia Daily Tribune since 1977, died Thursday, Sept. 27. She was 84.

THE TRAIL: Images from campaign season in mid-Missouri

The Trail is an occasional photo series that will show you the scenes from campaign events in mid-Missouri.

Hickman rallies late again to defeat Jefferson City 14-9

Hickman got another game-winning touchdown pass from Mason Murray in the fourth quarter to take down Jefferson City, a team that came into Friday night's contest ranked No. 2 in the state. 

Missouri volleyball loses to Texas A&M, 3-1

The Tigers lost 3-1 to Texas A&M on Friday night. One fan is committed to seeing Missouri compete in this year's national tournament in Louisville, Ky.