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Columbia man salvages boards to preserve memories

A sentimental attachment to an old family barn has taken a local man back to his roots.

Tiger Pantry opens to serve the needy in MU community

The food pantry, located on Rock Quarry Road, opened Tuesday. It was founded to combat hunger in the campus community.

Columbia College volleyball overcomes lull for AMC victory

After stumbling in the second set, the Cougars came back to beat AMC opponent Park University 3-1 on Tuesday night at the Southwell Complex.

TLC reality star Matt Roloff speaks at MU for Celebrate Ability Week

The "Little People, Big World" star was at Jesse Auditorium on Tuesday night at the signature event for MU's "Celebrate Ability Week."

Advisory council sues UM System over access to faculty syllabuses

The National Council on Teacher Quality filed a lawsuit requesting education program syllabuses from all four campuses Monday. The advisory council considers the documents to be public records. 

Missouri, other state patrols launch SEC-themed public service announcement

Highway patrols from Southeastern Conference states have united to send a pro-safety message in a new public service announcement.

Student groups come together to increase alcohol awareness at MU

MU's Wellness Resource Center kicks off the 30th annual Alcohol Responsibility Month with the ARM Resource Fair. 

ROSE NOLEN: Stop fighting old fights and focus on real issues

We've come too far as a country to go back to the days when women and minorities were treated as second-class citizens.

Rock Bridge boys soccer beats Helias Catholic

The Bruins did all their scoring in the first half Tuesday night in a 4-1 victory over the visiting Crusaders.

Missouri men's cross country team ranked for first time since 2000

The Tigers' fourth-place finish at the Greater Louisville Classic has the team ranked for the first time in 12 years.

Columbia College men's golfers place eighth at William Woods Fall Invitational

Columbia College had four top-50 finishers at the 11-team William Woods Fall Invitational.

Columbia College women's golfers place fourth at William Woods Fall Invitational

The Cougars had five top-30 finishers at the five-team tournament.

Sporting News puts Missouri men's basketball team at No. 10 in preseason rankings

The Tigers welcome the return of senior forward Laurence Bowers and junior guard Phil Pressey, who will join transfers Alex Oriakhi and Keion Bell.

Missouri women's golfers place second at Johnie Imes Invitational

The Tigers hosted the tournament and finished the third round strong to take second place.

Metal fixtures stolen from Schnell Drilling in Rocheport

More than $16,000 worth of metal fixtures is missing after a theft at Schnell Drilling in Rocheport.

Columbia man pleads guilty to charges including statutory rape

A Columbia man was sentenced to five years in prison Monday for second-degree felony statutory rape, five years for possession of child pornography, and four years each for two separate counts of attempted tampering with a victim or a witness in a felony prosecution.

FROM READERS: What being a dad has taught me

I've learned over the past 17 years that I don't have all the answers and that DVD players inside minivans are a useful part of life.

VOTERS GUIDE 2012: District 1 commissioner in Carroll County is on the ballot

One of the three Carroll County commissioner seats is up for grabs this year. Look here for information on the two candidates campaigning for the position.

 

Tigers' Cabrera closing in on Triple Crown

Miguel Cabrera leads the American League in batting average (.331), home runss (44) and RBIs (139) — the Triple Crown, last achieved by Boston's Carl Yastrzemski in 1967.

Study finds support for race-neutral admissions at public universities

A new report finds that race-neutral means have brought diversity to some public universities at a time when the Supreme Court is revisiting the use of affirmative action in the admissions process at colleges. 

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