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Rock Bridge falls to Rockhurst at home

Rockbridge lost its first home game on Friday to Rockhurst. The Hawklets beat the Bruins 38-21.

The Bruins lost 38-21 to the fourth-ranked Hawklets. It is the first home game loss for Rock Bridge. 

Bribery accusations, denials swirl in state General Assembly election

Nancy Copenhaver affirmed her claim to the Missourian that Mary Still offered her money to leave the 47th District House primary race, but Still denies such accusation.

Woman commits 36 acts of kindess on her 36th birthday

Toni Lannert celebrated her birthday by doing nice things for strangers, inspired by a video she saw about a man who found satisfaction in a similar celebration.

UM Press rehires Clair Willcox as editor-in-chief, pleases authors

Clair Willcox returns to the UM Press as the editor-in-chief after its transition from UM System to MU. He will also serve as the associate director and be responsible for strengthening the press's position.

Deputy City Manager Tony St. Romaine appointed as information technology interim director

Deputy City Manager Tony St. Romaine has been appointed as interim director of the city's department of information technology after Robert Simms resigned from that post on Sept. 27.

Missouri volleyball loses at Tennessee

The Tigers lost a tough five-setter to the Volunteers on Friday night. Missouri's record is 12-5 with the loss. 

Hickman and Rock Bridge high schools cancel homecoming parades

Hickman and Rock Bridge high schools have canceled their homecoming parades due to traffic for Oct. 13's Alabama-Missouri football game and construction downtown. 

FastCAT route detours for traffic congestion expected on game day

The detour will start from 5 p.m. to an hour after the game which will affect FastCAT's southern loop of the 107.

UM System commits to increase number of degrees, college completion

The goal is to increase the number of degrees awarded at public colleges and universities nationally by 3 percent by 2025.

DEAR READER: The incident in question involved three letters — DGB

Social media allows journalists to now ask the public for assistance in filling in the gaps.

TIGERS REPORT: Missouri resumes SEC play against Vanderbilt

Missouri and Vanderbilt will compete Saturday for the first time since 1958. Both teams are looking for their first win in the SEC.

Missouri football fans cooking up tasty tailgating recipes

Crawdads, burgers, ceviche — check out recipes for the eclectic tailgating spreads of MU football fans.

TIGER KICKOFF: Missouri football fans should get to know Paul Finebaum, the Voice of the SEC

Paul Finebaum, 57, hosts "The Paul Finebaum Show", also known as "F-bomb," weekdays from 2 to 6 p.m. from Birmingham, Ala.

TIGER KICKOFF: The many sides of James Franklin

Missouri quarterback James Franklin has had an eventful beginning to his season. Always nice and often smiling, Franklin — the subject of both praise and criticism — has a complex identity.

Missouri soccer beats Kentucky 2-1 in overtime

Missouri women's soccer defeated Kentucky 2-1 in overtime on a chilly Friday evening at Walton Stadium. Forward Alyssa Diggs scored both Missouri goals.

Missouri swimming wins Show-Me Showdown

Missouri won all but three swimming titles on Friday at the eight annual Show-Me Showdown. 

PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri softball loses first game of fall season

Missouri softball lost its first game of the fall season to Jefferson City 4-2.

Tolton-Calvary football team gets first win in program's history

As the Trailblazers beats the Missouri Military Academy Colonels, the team prepares to play next Friday at South Callaway High School.

Stephens soccer team holds mini-clinic for local children

The Stephens College soccer team held a mini-clinic for Stephens College Children's School students as a part of the National Collegiate Association of Intercollegiate Athletics' Champions of Character initiative.

Missouri softball loses first game of fall season

The Tigers defeated Butler 8-1 in the first game of the day but then fell to Jefferson College 4-2.

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