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PHOTO GALLERY: Rock Bridge football beats Jefferson City

Wide receiver Zach Reuter catches a pass for a touchdown against Jefferson City. The Bruins won 28-18 on Friday night.

Rock Bridge football won 28-18 at Jefferson City to secure a No. 3 seed for the Class 6, Division 3 tournament.

Fifth annual Citizen Jane Film Festival kicks off weekend festivities

A total of 29 films are scheduled during the three-day festival. Six directors and producers of feature-length films held a panel on filmmaking Friday afternoon.

Rock Bridge defeats Jefferson City to clinch No. 3 seed

The Bruins put up four touchdowns in the first half and won 28-18 to secure a spot as the No. 3 seed in the upcoming Class Six, Division 3 tournament.

DEAR READER: 'Its' tops the list of endangered words

There just seem to be some words that people continually misuse or leave out all together. It's, their and this are most often the victim of this grammar offense. 

Hickman football: Defense meshing well in time for stretch run

The Kewpies have allowed opponents just more than 12 points per game on their way to an undefeated record. But, with the playoffs approaching, Hickman isn't satisfied yet.

Neighborhood Association files noise violation against Brookside on College complex

A violation has been issued against Trittenbach Development group for not complying the city ordinance which restricts time for demolishing, constructing, altering or rearing any structure.

 

Shelving Grindstone trail won't affect IBM deal, city leaders say

Mayor: Other projects would satisfy city's commitment to connect IBM with city trail system.

 

UM Press hires former editor Jane Lago as consulting director

Jane Lago, a retired editor at the University of Missouri Press, will work as the new consulting director until the press hires a permanent director.

Earning bowl eligibility no easy task for Missouri football team

Missouri is 3-4 on the season and has yet to win a Southeastern Conference game. While many consider this season a disappointment, there's still a chance for the Tigers to reach a bowl game if they win three more games. 

Two shootings add to recent string of gun-related incidents in Columbia

During the last six weeks, seven similar shootings were reported in which the suspects were unidentified.

Columbia Public Schools recognizes 2012 Hall of Leaders honorees

Columbia Public Schools' alumni, retired educators and volunteers were recognized during Thursday night's Hall of Leaders Gala at the Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts.

Delta: It's unfair to offer American Airlines revenue guarantee fund

While Mayor Bob McDavid is willing to negotiate with Delta Air Lines Inc., Councilman Gary Kespohl thinks it will be a mistake for Delta if it decides to leave the market.

MU Thompson Center welcomes former researcher's return as executive director

The MU Thompson Center held a recognition ceremony Friday to celebrate Stephen Kanne's new position as executive director and to recognize its donors.

Columbia College soccer grabs big win

The Cougars, who are 9-7 with the win, play their final home game Tuesday against Baker College.

Speakers decry food insecurity at MU symposium

The MU College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources hosted a two-day symposium on food justice and food security featuring a speech from David Holben, a nutrition professor at Ohio University.

FROM READERS: Family bakes pumpkin pie from a pumpkin

Jeremy Truitt of Columbia decided to bake a pumpkin pie from scratch with his children.

 

Zombie Safari spooks visitors at FearFest

The new Halloween attraction near the Midway Travel Plaza gives visitors an up-close-and-personal experience with the undead beings that have captured the imagination for decades.

Missouri volleyball player doing a little of everything on court

Freshman Regan Peltier showed her ability to play well both offensively and defensively for the Tigers in last Sunday's victory over Mississippi State.

Missouri soccer player has personal connection to team's Play for Pink game

Eight years ago, defender Allison Hu's mother was diagnosed with breast cancer. The senior will play her last home game supporting the cause with her mom in attendance.

Rock Bridge could be headed for Hickman rematch with a Friday win

If the Bruins defeat Jefferson City on Friday, Rock Bridge would most likely face Hickman in two weeks if both teams can advance past the first round of the district tournament.

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